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7 hrs ago | Kinston Free Press
This was the front page from the Aug. 21, 1939 edition of the Kinston Daily Free Press, which touted the opening of the Kinston Tobacco Market in a few days.
8 hrs ago | Lincoln Times-News
NEWS Maiden's boys soccer team scored with six seconds to play to force a 1-1 tie with Lincoln Charter in the boys soccer opener for both teams on Monday.
The Eagles swept the Hawks, 3-0 , to improve to a 2-0 record as North Lenoir only returned three players this season.
Northern Vance's Megan Andrews contends for a ball with Southern Vance's Alicia Shearin and Shiquasha Williams Wednesday in the Raiders' 3-2 win.
Olympic High School will name its new football stadium in honor of longtime coach and athletics director Dave Johnson on Friday.
Kerr-Vance Academy opened its home varsity soccer season with a 10-0 win against Ridgecroft of Ahoskie on Tuesday.
Lincolnton's C.J. Wilson is making a bid to be on the active opening day roster of the Chicago Bears.
East Lincoln's Nick Loftin passes up ahead while teammate Michael Hernandez and Jay Wilson of Shelby give pursuit during their non-conference soccer match on Monday.
Nerves may have done West Lincoln in, but the Rebels showed signs of promise. Erin Huff had seven kills, Marlee Boston had five aces and Raeven McCrodden added 18 productive passes but they weren't enough as Cherryville swept the non-conference volleyball contest 3-0 on Tuesday to spoil West Lincoln's season opener.
In a nonconference volleyball match that lasted more than two hours and saw both teams seeming to spend half the time diving across the floor and the other half flying above the net, Dixon rallied from a 2-1 deficit to beat a much-improved squad from Richlands in five sets Tuesday night.
Forbush started strong and finished strong, downing Wilkes Central, 3-0, to claim its opening day volleyball match at home Monday.
Football season is here. We want to remind you the 5th Quarter is the place to be every Friday night for gridiron coverage throughout the season.
Tanner Paul looked every bit like a guy who scored 20 goals last season on Monday.
The West Bladen girls tennis team opened the season on Monday with a 6-3 non-conference win over visiting West Columbus.
The top returners to Providence High's boys' cross country team surround head coach Steve Touranjoe: from left, juniors Logan Sutter, Tanner Sutter and Will McSwain and sophomore Hayden Blalock.
Hunter Huss looked to be in midseason form in the 6 p.m. game after pasting Crest, 6-0.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 08:04 am
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