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Memorial Day observance Monday

A Memorial Day observance is scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday, May 30, at the Johnston County Courthouse on Market Street in downtown Smithfield. Sherill Stevens of Selma, a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, will speak.

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Laura Keeley breaks down Duke's loss to Oregon in the Sweet 16

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Duke's Myles Jones has chance to be role model for blacks in lacrosse

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Coach K talks Brandon Ingram

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Corinth Holders girls coach on value of making playoffs

Corinth Holders girls basketball coach Brandy Smith finds that just making the playoffs was a worthwhile experience for her players, especially those coming back next fall.
Elliott Warnock ewarnock@newsobserver.com
Corinth Holders girls coach on value of making playoffs 00:45

Corinth Holders girls coach on value of making playoffs

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Cold, wet kitten rescued from storm drain in Clayton

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Corinth Holders coach on message to his players after playoff loss

Novo Nordisk Announces Expansion in Johnston County 01:27

Novo Nordisk Announces Expansion in Johnston County