TARBORO — Jesus, played by Curtis Bearden, is surrounded by servants during the play last year's play, “Through Peter’s Eyes.” The performances of the this year's play will kickoff 7 p.m. tonight, Friday Saturday at Sunset Church of God, 1709 Anaconda Road. The admission is free.
Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus were the highlight of Conetoe Christmas Parade Saturday. Conetoe's parade is the first of three in Edgecombe County. Hundreds of people lined up to watch the annual event. Staff photo by Calvin Adkins
Star of the show
Undoubtedly the highlight of Saturday's Christmas parade in Conetoe, Santa and the Mrs. were on hand to kick off the first of three holiday parades in the area. Pinetops follows suit n Saturday with Tarboro holding its parade Sunday.
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North Edgecombe Warriors' senior Rodney Conyers dunks in the fourth quarter Tuesday in Leggett against Southeast Halifax. Conyers scored 11 points. Photo/Van Holland
Warriors split with Trojans on hardwood
LEGGETT – The North Edgecombe Warriors have played two games and had just four practices. At times during their second game Tuesday night against Southeast Halifax it showed. The Warriors missed numerous chances to put the game away from the free throw line where they went 13 for 29. The allowed the Trojans to hang around, but the Warriors were able to put it away in the fourth quarter with a 42-36 win.
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR
On July 28, 911 was called because my husband had a bad headache. I was transferred to communications in Edgecombe County, where I spoke to a female operator. I informed her I needed Rescue because my husband had a bad headache and gave her our address and telephone number.
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Ruth Cherry inducted into Hall of Fame
Ruth Cherry of Edgecombe County was inducted into the North Carolina Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) Hall of Fame during the Extension and Community Association (ECA) centennial celebration Oct. 27 at North Carolina State University’s Jane S. McKimmon Center in Raleigh.
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Culinary Creations by (and for) Families
Encouraging kids to get creative in the kitchen is a fun way to make great memories, meals and moments together. And for more than 10 years, Jif(r) has inspired parents to creatively collaborate with their kids in the Jif Most Creative Sandwich Contest(tm) for the chance to win a $25,000 college fund. Last year's top entries ranged from a sweet and spicy sandwich to satisfying snacks and dreamy desserts. Inspire your family with these delicious recipes or check out www.jif.com for even more creative options.
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EDGECOMBE EVENTS OCT. 28
Edgecombe Events should be submitted by noon THREE days before the activity. Items eligible include notices of local meetings and activities of non-profit organizations, clubs, schools and civic groups in the community. Please limit to 30 words or less and typewritten, neatly printed or by e-mail. Questions? 823-3106 or e-mail: email@example.com with “EVENTS” in the subject line. Include a daytime contact phone number.
- EDGECOMBE EVENTS OCT. 28