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Despite divisions, city stays course on Ransom St. grant By WILLIAM F. WEST Daily Dispatch Writer

The City Council continued the steps toward a $1 million Community Development Block Grant application for revitalizing Ransom Street in the Orange-Breckenridge part of Henderson, but not without differences of opinion surfacing in an extensive discussion. “My concern is fixing up houses for landlords who, in turn, get rent for this,” Councilman Michael Rainey said. And although no landlords have

Some on council concerned about possibility of using taxpayer dollars to rehab rental properties for landlords agreed to participate in the program, the landlords not being on the list of applicants would jeopardize the city’s chances of obtaining the grant. Councilman Garry Daeke said while repairing housing is a good thing, in a free enterprise system it seems there ought to be a few more landlords taking care of their properties them-

selves. Rainey agreed. Daeke recalled the council majority in the spring of 2008 killing a certificate of occupancy ordinance requiring apartments and rental houses to pass minimum housing standards inspections and requiring the obtaining of permits before a tenant moves in. Additionally, Daeke noted

the council for this fiscal year decided not to give City Code Compliance Director Corey Williams sufficient staff to enforce minimum housing standards. “And then we come along and give money to fix houses up for the folks,” Daeke said, adding he wished he was a landlord. And Daeke added his think-

ing is if the properties are kept at a minimum standard, then there might not be a need for the grant. Councilwoman Mary Emma Evans told Rainey, “I hate for you and Daeke to do all the talking” on this particular issue because the area in question is in her ward. Evans said, “It seems like we are more concerned, just listening to you all, about whether a landlord gets a little bit of help Please see RANSOM ST., page 3A

Four phases toward countywide water Powell a write-in More grants for Oxford mayor possible with Candidate earlier decided not to seek re-election to Commission

more areas By AL WHELESS Daily Dispatch Writer

Consisting of two construction phases at the time of a successful $27 million bond referendum on May 6 of last year, Vance County’s proposed rural water district was later subdivided into four. The purpose was to comply with the funding requirements of USDA Rural Development. The result qualified the district for four $1 million federal grants — one for each phase — instead of just two. It also opened up opportunities for the county to receive additional USDA grants, as well as loans for the project. Since nearly half of the voters in the referendum cast negative ballots, it was inevitable that some of the opposition would later make their opinions public. Many of them did just that in letters to the editor of The Daily Dispatch. Their reasons for dissent included feelings that the created district was unnecessary and complaints about the accuracy of proposed water rates for customers. A construction phase map that accompanies this article was submitted to the newspaper this week by Tim Carpenter, the lead engineer for the Pinehurst firm of Hobbs, Upchurch & Associates. He said it is not an accurate map of the rural water district, because the extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ), which is part of the project, is not shown. With the exceptions of Middleburg and Dabney, the district includes unincorporated areas of Vance. Potential totals of 3,348 customers and costs of

ing to do something that would enhance the lives of people. Powell, while acknowlOXFORD – City Comedging the position of missioner Steve Powell is mayor is limited to casting a write-in candidate for tie-breaking votes on the mayor. commission, said a mayor Powell said he made does have the power of his decision at 3:27 a.m. influence. Thursday to “He has the power of campaign resources. And he has for Oxford’s the power of connections top position. to people who can influ“And it just ence and impact a city by hit me like a the merit of his title” and bolt,” Powell can provide people with a added. sense of hope, irrespective Powell said Powell of the economy, Powell he told his said. wife, Yolanda, at approxiWoodlief, a retired mately 6:30 a.m., noting, radio broadcaster, was a “As soon as I said it, she commissioner from 1987 said, ‘Yes, let’s do it.’” until being elected mayor Powell is facing Mayor Al Woodlief and challenger in 2001. Strickland, who is chief of police at Meredith Frank Strickland in the College in Raleigh, unsucNov. 3 election, with the cessfully opposed Woodlief winner to in the 2005 serve a twoDecision to run and 2007 year term. elections. for mayor ‘hit Powell, a Strickteacher, is me like a bolt’ land has completing called for his first term Woodlief’s resignation and in office and doubles as has said he believes Woodchairman of the commislief lied to cover up alleged sion’s Recreation Commitmisconduct by Police Chief tee. John Wolford. Powell had decided at Powell was asked the end of July not to seek whether he sensed voters re-election to another four wanted an alternative to years on the seven-man Strickland and Woodlief commission. and whether he sees himPowell at the time said self as that alternative. he, his wife and Rev. “Well, I definitely see “Coach” Rick Alexander myself as an alternative,” formed a six-county nonPowell said, though quickprofit organization called Youth and Parent Empow- ly noting he does not know whether voters wanted an erment. Powell on Thursday said alternative to Strickland that, if he is elected mayor, and Woodlief. “But I do think that givthis will not affect his abiling people another option ity to serve as a leader of This engineer’s map shows the construction phases of the Vance rural water district. has a tremendous impact the organization. on the number of people Powell said his reason $22,619,000 could be figure includes adjusted and fees for selling bonds. that will vote and why reached when all four costs based on today’s The futuristic statistics for running for mayor they vote,” Powell said. is because he had been phases have been complet- construction-cost averages include: contemplating on ways of ed, according to County across the State. • Phase 1A — 1,275 Contact the writer at bwest@ trying to help the entire Manager Jerry Ayscue. It does not include other hendersondispatch.com. Please see WATER, page 3A city get better and of tryHe said the money costs such as legal services

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Henderson firefighters plan open house By AL WHELESS Daily Dispatch Writer

The Henderson Fire Department will hold its “2009 Fire-Prevention Open House” Oct. 10 from 1-4 p.m. in the No. 2 Fire Station at 205 N. Garnett St. All volunteer fire deObituaries, 4A partments and the Vance Good news! County Rescue Squad are The DailyDispatch is among numerous service printed on recycled paper. agencies and organizations

expected to make information on fire prevention and safety issues available during the event. Attractions will include: • Fire trucks and other vehicles. • Safety smoke house. • Sparky, McGruff the Crime Dog, Smokey the Bear and the Chic-Fil-A Cow. • Fingerprinting for kids provided by the Henderson Police Department.

• Moon Walk by Character Antics. • Cotton candy offered by Safe Kids. • Ice cream provided by Gould’s Ice Cream, Sub & Catering. • Free hotdogs, chips, snacks and drinks. Everyone who signs in will get a ticket for drawings for door prizes and gift certificates from variPlease see OPEN HOUSE, page 3A


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Today Warren Free Clinic — The Warren County Free Clinic will hold its second annual Volunteer Appreciation and Recognition Banquet from 7-10 p.m. at the Ambassador’s Inn and Suites, 197 Parham Road, Henderson. Guest speaker will be State Sen. Doug Berger. For more information, call 257-1904. Art event — Art du Jour, 209 E. Nash St. in Louisburg, will be featuring its artist of the month, Julie Cooke, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. She will be demonstrating her jewelry techniques. Those attending will be invited to create their own pieces for a small fee. For more information, please call Art du Jour at (919) 496-1650. Blood drive — Maria Parham Medical Center and the American Red Cross will hold a blood drive from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the classroom and the auditorium of the hospital. Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins will be taken. Donors need to be at least 17 years old, in good health and weigh at least 110 pounds. Call Lee Anne Peoples at 436-1116 or email her at peoplesl@mphosp.org to schedule an appointment. American Legion — The American Legion Post 60 will hold it regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Legion Hut. All members are requested to attend. Masonic lodge ­— The Henderson Masonic Lodge #229 will hold a fish fry fundraiser from 11 a.m. until all plates are sold at the Old Winn Dixie building at Dabney West Shopping Center (behind Denny’s). The menu will include trout, French fries, hushpuppies, cole slaw and beverage. Eat-in or take out available. Cost is $6 per plate. All proceeds will benefit the lodge. Weight loss group — TOWN (Take Off Weight Now), a nonprofit weight loss group, will meet at Aycock Recreation Center at 11:30 a.m. Everyone is invited to attend. Pageant fundraiser — The Vance/Granville/Franklin/Warren alumni chapter for Fayetteville State University will be hosting its annual “Tot and Teen Pageant” at 7:30 p.m. at Henderson Middle School. Roy Burroughs and The Williams Family will provide the entertainment. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $10. Donations can also be sent to P.O. Box 3068, Henderson, N.C., 27536. Yard sale — A yard sale will be held at 526 Raleigh Road from 8 a.m. until everything is sold to benefit a family that has suffered an emergency disaster. The sale is sponsored by Justine Williams and Barbara Jiggetts. For more information, call Barbara Dunston at (252) 430-6081.

Saturday VGCC Anniversary Ball — Vance-Granville Community College will hold its 40th Anniversary Ball, a ticketed dinner and dance, beginning at 6 p.m. in the VGCC Civic Center on the main campus. The Andrew Thielen Big Band will play from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. For more information, call Jo Anna Jones at 738-3430. Library sale — The Friends of the Warren County Memorial Library is sponsoring its annual book sale at the Warren County Memorial Library, Front Street in Warrenton, from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. today and from 1 to 4 p.m. tomorrow. An early bird sale will be held today from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. for members of the Friends of the Library organization. Members of the public are invited to become a member and get the best selection. Memberships may be purchased at the door for only $10. Benefit ride — The Warrenton Rural Volunteer Fire Department is sponsoring a benefit motorcycle ride/poker run covering 110 miles around Lake Gaston and Kerr Lake. The ride starts at the fire department at 236 S. Main St. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the ride begins at 10 a.m. Cost is $20 per biker ($10 per rider). For more information, contact John Blalock at 2571572. Henderson Institute — The Henderson Institute Triad Chapter will meet at 11 a.m. at the Henderson Institute Museum on Rockspring Street. The guest speaker will be Gloria White, chairperson, Vance County Board of Education. Those attending are asked to please bring a donation of non-perishable food items for a Thanksgiving donation to ACTS. Scrapbooking event — A scrapbooking “swarm” will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the H. Leslie Perry Memorial Library, 205 Breckenridge St., Henderson. Those interested in participating and joining a regular scrapbooking club should contact Alexis Baskerville-Cheatham at (252) 432-2644. Ridgeway Opry House — Performing are special guests, The Straight Way Band, along with Matt Nelson, Joyce Chisenhall, Jackie Turner, Verlin Bailey, Ronald Puett and Frieda, Julia Morton and Friends, Alan and Betsy Reid and The Home Folks, and Evelina Norwood. Doors open at 6 p.m. Music starts at 7 p.m. Coming Oct. 10, Tri-County Bluegrass and Oct. 24, New Grace Bluegrass. Dee’s Music Barn — Dee’s Music Barn, 3101 Walters Road, Creedmoor, will be featuring The Woodruff Band at 7 p.m. For more information, call (919) 528-5878.

In celebration of the 2009 Green Block National Day of Service on Sept. 11, Kittrell Job Corps Center staff and students hosted community rallies in Vance and Warren counties on “going green” at the senior citizens’ centers. Lawrence Pulley, facility maintenance manager and “green” coordinator for Kittrell Job Corps Center was the keynote speaker. Information was provided to fixed and low income citizens on ways to reduce energy costs and water usage, adjust thermostat settings, plant vegetable gardens and start compost piles. He also discussed energy and water conservation and the use of green products, such as compact florescent lights. Students and staff also planted flowers in the flower bed at the Vance County Senior Center. All 55 attendees were given compact florescent lights bulbs. Pulley is pictured along with Job Corps students Teresa Brooks and Lorraine Lohr talking with the group in Warren County.

Granville County United Way gearing up for kick off Granville County United Way staff and volunteers are gearing up to kick off their fall campaign on Oct. 9. “United Way has long been recognized for its fundraising, but we are about much more than raising money. We are the place that people turn to when they need help,” said Brenda DickersonDaniel, executive director. “Throughout its history, the overall vision, mission and goal of Granville County United Way has been focused upon serving and supporting the quality of life in our community.” This year the United Way has set a community goal of $350,000. Campaign co-chairs Joe Gonenc and John Mainey cited the effect of local and state economies on the fund-raising efforts of Granville County United Way; “As with similar non-profit organizations, giving to the Granville County United Way has decreased over the past few years. Unfortunately, reduced giving results in reduced allocations to local agencies. As such, the Granville County United Way allocations chairs, local volunteers and members thoroughly reviewed the types of programs and groups the United Way should fund with its reduced allocations. The results indicated monies raised in Granville County

should be directed primarily to agencies serving senior citizens and children and those addressing basic daily functions such as meals and shelter. Further, these allocations, beginning in July, were addressed primarily to those agencies serving our core groups and addressing required, basic daily functions.” The official kick-off for this year will be held at Granville Athletic Park, starting with breakfast and followed by the first “Day of Caring.” On the “Day of Caring,” employee volunteers will go out to non-profit agencies and lend a helping hand for the day. The event provides an opportunity to promote teamwork, with participants not only benefitting from exercising teamwork skills, but also from the camaraderie generated among employees as they work together to help out at a local non-profit agency. The agencies, participants and surrounding community members benefit from the work done that day, creating a win-win situation for all involved. Agencies currently funded by Granville County United Way are as follows: Boy Scouts, Community Schools/ The Learning Lab, Girl Scouts, Granville County 4-H, Harold Sherman Adult Day Center, Smart Start, Granville

Nutrition Program, Senior Services Lifeline, Families Living Violence Free, American Red Cross, Area Congregations in Ministry and Lifeline Outreach. United Way has engaged people from all sectors of Granville County – business, industry, nonprofits and government – to develop the resources to address local needs. The 2009-2010 campaign division chairs are: • Industry North – Sandy Hicks, Revlon • Industry South – Joe Gonenc/Altec and John Mainey/Flextronics • Small Business North and South – Brenda Dickerson-Daniel • Special Gifts – Jim and Deb Cross • Commercial – Paul Shelton/State Farm Insurance • Professional – Dr. Bart and Cindy Cleary • Non-Profits – Michael Felts/Granville County

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“Exactly,” Alston said. “If we could remove that word ‘landlord’,” Evans remarked in a low tone of voice. City Manager Ray Griffin said that grants are not perfect in design and said that, while the city would have liked more participation from property owners, “we felt we needed to go with what we could with this application to have a presence in Raleigh” with the current review period. And if there are deficiencies in the application, then the city would work on those for another funding cycle, Griffin said. No citizen spoke at the public hearing. Davis led the vote to apply for the grant and there was no dissent. Councilman Michael Inscoe refrained from voting because he does consulting work for Kerr-Tar. Alston arrived 13 minutes after the start of the meeting and while the council was discussing the grant application. The council later went into closed session, with City Attorney John Zollicoffer citing the attorneyclient privilege as the exemption to the state’s open meetings laws. O’Geary said there would be nothing to report.

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Reid said a landlord would be required to control rent for low-to-moderate income residents for a period of time, typically four years. Daeke later asked why the landlords would not want to participate and asked whether rent control could be a reason. “With one of them, we never got to that point,” Reid replied. “We had one homeowner and we also had one landlord that owns a substantial number of properties in this area that felt that their home was just fine and they didn’t want to do anything to do it.” Mayor Pro Tem Lonnie Davis believes there is a two-edged sword, saying, “We talk about better housing in the city of Henderson and yet we’re talking about not better housing.” Davis did make clear his belief in the need for action. Councilman Bernard Alston said he believes the bottom line is, “What’s the priority?” “I mean, we’ve created a kind of inertia. We’re either going to fix the houses so the people can live in them and make that the mission or we’re not going to fix the houses,” Alston said. “Or are we going to leave it an eyesore,” Mayor Pete O’Geary said.

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than the residents.” Rainey, while for fixing up houses for those who qualify, reiterated his earlier concern. Evans said, “Some of the people that I know are not paying over $200, $250. And if the landlord had a house that would rent for $400 or $500 or $600 or $700 or $800, most of these people would be out in the street. “They can’t go to Harriet & Henderson anymore. They can’t go to Americal. They can’t get to J.P. Taylor,” Evans said, referring to the demise or departure of some of the biggest companies locally. “They can’t go to all these other factories where perhaps they used to be able to go and get some money to pay a higher rent. “By the same token, a landlord cannot rent a house to a person who can’t afford to pay but $300 or $400 if he or she has to invest thousands and thousands into a house,” Evans said. Evans said she would like the area revitalized “at a reasonable cost” and would support using grant funds to do so. The talks were part of a second of two required public hearings in the grant application process, with Julie Reid, a community development adminis-

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PROVIDENCE — Margaret Carver Coates, 77, died Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2009, at Duke University Hospital. She was born Oct. 13, 1931, in Person County to the late Charlie Wise Carver and Emma Paul Carver. She was a member of Emmanuel Pentecostal Holiness in Dry Fork, Va. She was a retired employee of Dan River Mills of Danville, Va., with many years of service. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Rossevelt “Peanut” Carver. She is survived by her husband of 58 years, Rev. Cecil Gray Coates of the home; four daughters, Delores Wilkerson of Stovall, Kay Bolynn of Danville, Va., Layne Poythress of Granite Falls, and Bet Arnn of Danville, Va.; her son, Cecil Gray Steven Coates of Raleigh; 10 grandchildren; 10 greatgrandchildren; five sisters, Eunice Jones, Mary Lupton, Edna Clayton, Susie Lee and Jean Couture, all of Roxboro; and a brother, Doug Carver of Roxboro. The family will receive friends from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. today at First Pentecostal Holiness of Danville, Va. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at First Pentecostal Holiness of Danville, Va., with Bishop Thomas McGhee, and the Revs. Joe Beck, Myron Bruce, Herbert Brown, Mike Hearp and the Rev. Dr. Marion Poythress officiating. Burial will be at Highland Cemetery, Danville, Va. Pallbearers for will be her nephews. Memorials may be made to West Over Hills Pentecostal Holiness Building Fund, Highway 58, Danville, Va. 24540. Mackie-High Funeral Home and Wrenn-Yeatts Funeral Home are serving the family.

HENDERSON — Laura Ann Steed Hayes, 90, of 1117 Washington St., died Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2009, in Britthaven of Henderson. She was born in Warren County and was the daughter of the late Buck and Laura LeMay Steed. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at Red Bud Missionary Baptist Church by the Rev. Charles Turrentine. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Survivors include a daughter, Thelma McClarin of Henderson; a son, Vernon Lee Hayes of Henderson; 14 daughters; eight grandchildren; and 34 great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the residence. The body will be on view until taken to the church one hour before the service. Funeral arrangements are by Davis-Royster Funeral Service.

Nancy J. Davis OXFORD — Nancy Jean Davis, 54, of 230 Saddletree Road, died Thursday, Oct. 1, 2009, at Duke Medical Center. She was a native of Oconee, S.C., and the daughter of the late Sam T. and Mildred Hare Davis. She was a member of Oxford Baptist Church and a paralegal with Norman Thorp, attorney at law. Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church in Toccoa, Ga. Burial will follow in Roselane Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Gary T. Davis of the home. The family will receive friends today from 7 until 8:30 p.m. at Genty-Newell and Vaughan Funeral Home, 503 College St., Oxford, and on Sunday the family will receive friends from 1:30 until 2:30 p.m. at Acree-Davis Funeral Home, 90 S. Pond St., Toccoa, Ga. Arrangements are by Gentry-Newell and Vaughan Funeral Home of Oxford.

Clarence E. Hargrove Sr. HENDERSON — Clarence Edward Hargrove Sr., 59, of 265 Regina Lane in the Williamsboro community, died Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2009, in the University of North Carolina Hospital. The family will receive friends at the residence. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Davis-Royster Funeral Service.

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Pearl J. Parham HENDERSON — Pearl Jerome “Junie” Parham, 73, of 509 E. Montgomery St., died Monday, Sept. 28, 2009, at his residence. He was born in Vance County and was the son of James Edward and Lucy Harris Parham. He was educated in the Vance County public schools and at an early age he joined Mt. Moriah A.M.E. Zion Church where he remained a faithful member until his death. He retired after 30 plus years with Wreen Construction. Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Saturday at Mt. Moriah A.M.E. Zion Church by the Rev. John Pugh. Burial will follow in Sunset Gardens. Survivors include his wife, Gladys Williams ParServices Provided By: ham of the home; his stepmother, Annie Parham of Henderson; two daughters, Barbara Baker and Mary Hargrove; five sons, Jerome Parham and Thomas Parham, both of Henderson, Walter Parham of Creedmoor, Edward Parham of the home, and James Parham of Raleigh; 14 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the residence. Funeral arrangements are by Davis-Royster Funeral Service.

William R. Richardson WARREN COUNTY — William Roger “Doc” Richardson, 73, died Monday, Sept. 28, 2009, at

his residence. He was born Jan. 15, 1936, in Warren County and was the son of the late Garfield and Carrie Brodie Richardson. He was educated in the Warren County public school system. At an early age, he became a Christian and joined the Jordan Baptist Church in Warren County. He relocated to Newark, N.J., where he resided for 38 years before returning home and to his home church, Jordan Chapel Baptist Church, where he remained a faithful member until his death. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at Jordan Chapel Baptist Church in Warrenton. The Rev. Calvin Jones will officiate and the Rev. John Barham, pastor, will deliver the eulogy. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Pearlena Richardson of the home; three sons, Roger Richardson Jr. of Newark, N.J., Jami of Raleigh and Marlow of Newark, N.J.; two step-daughters, Clementine Swehla of the home and Saundra Tatum of Ellerslie, Ga.; two stepsons, Edward Durham and Larry Williams of Richmond, Va.; 10 grandchildren; and two sisters, Carrie Woodard of Henderson and Helen Perry of Newark, N.J. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Angie Richardson; a sister, Louisianna R. Bullock; and four brothers, Garfield, James, Earlie and Champ Richardson. The body may be viewed today at R.H. Greene Funeral Home from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m., and at the church one hour prior to the service. Arrangements are by R.H. Greene Funeral Home of Warrenton.

Hundreds leave pioneering Coral Ridge megachurch By MATT SEDENSKY Associated Press Writer

MIAMI — Hundreds of congregants have left a pioneering megachurch in Florida to form their own congregation because they were unhappy with leadership at the church that’s seen as a bedrock of the religious right. The action by the unhappy members at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church was the culmination of a feud between loyalists to an evangelical luminary, the Rev. D. James Kennedy, and his replacement as pastor, the Rev. Tullian Tchividjian, a grandson of the Rev. Billy Graham. The new congregation met for its first service last Sunday, and organizers said more than 450 people attended. The people who formed the new congregation had lost a Sept. 20 vote to fire Tchividjian. Organizers of the still unnamed church said nearly all of their attendees had been among Coral Ridge’s roughly 2,000 members. The move is a dramatic split. Kennedy’s daughter, Jennifer Kennedy Cassidy, joined many longtime Coral Ridge members, including church elders, the organist, choir director and hundreds of choir members, in deserting the congregation they helped build. Former Coral Ridge elder Jim Filosa joined the new church. “A year from today, if you call me, you’re going to say to me, ‘It was an interesting place at one time, but it’s now up for sale,’” he said of his former church. Bill Ashcraft, a Coral Ridge elder who is acting as

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In this Aug. 12 file photo, Tullian Tchividjian, senior pastor of the New City Presbyterian Church, gestures as he preaches during a service in Coconut Creek, Fla. a spokesman for Tchividjian, said the church was praying for those who left and that their the breakaway represents “a win-win situation.” “Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church is going to grow,” Ashcraft said. “And the other church ... is going to grow also. And God will be glorified at both.” Still, Aschraft said there had been hope the dissenters would return. The feud at Coral Ridge appears mostly to be a matter of style, not substance. Under the leadership of Kennedy, who died in 2007, the church was a forerunner to modern evangelical megachurches, a fiercely conservative voice on social issues including homosexuality and abortion, and a powerful political voice. Tchividjian, 37, took over earlier this year. While he has shown no sign of theo-

logical differences with Kennedy, he has rejected politics as the most important force for change, and his sermons have not focused on divisive issues. Meantime, he cuts a far different image, forgoing the type of choir robe Kennedy wore during services, and sporting spiky hair, tan skin, and sometimes a scruffy beard. The difference in approach prompted dissenters to circulate a petition urging Tchividjian’s removal. Their letter called him “a disaster” who has shown “a complete lack of respect” and made “grievous missteps.” Tchividjian, the middle of seven children born to Stephan Tchividjian and Graham’s eldest daughter, Gigi, has a long history with Coral Ridge. He attended Coral Ridge and its adjacent school as a young man, though he eventually dropped out.


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August pending home sales rise on first-timer tax credit economist with JPMorgan Chase. More than a dozen bills have been introduced in Congress to extend the credit, but it’s unclear if lawmakers want to continue to subsidize the market. The National Association of Realtors said Thursday its index of sales agreements rose 6.4 percent from July to 103.8, beating forecasts. It was the highest since March 2007 and 12 percent above a year ago. Economists surveyed by Thomson Reuters expected the index would rise to 98.6. Typically there is a oneto two-month lag between a contract and a done deal, so the index is a barometer of future sales. However, new rules for home appraisals and rigid lending standards have scuttled many sales agreements recently. In addition, the index may also doublecount some buyers who agree to purchase other homes after the first deal falls through. These factors have made the index a less reliable gauge for completed sales. Despite a steady increase in the number of signed contracts this summer, for example, completed sales actually took

By ALAN ZIBEL AP Real Estate Writer

WASHINGTON— Aspiring homebuyers rushed to take advantage of a tax credit for first-time owners that expires in November, driving up the number of signed sales contracts for the seventh straight month in August. Construction spending also rose unexpectedly in August on the biggest jump in housing activity in nearly 16 years, another sign the real estate market is recovering from its fouryear slump, data Thursday showed. Sales and homebuilding are being fueled by a taxcredit of up to $8,000, low mortgage rates and cheap foreclosures. In some of the most hard-hit areas, like Phoenix and Las Vegas, there are bidding wars for deeply discounted properties. And in all but a few cities, home prices are slowly starting to rise, reversing their three-year descent. To make sure first-time buyers can complete their purchases by the Nov. 30 deadline, real estate agents “have been pushing buyers to sign a contract at least a couple months in advance” according to Abiel Reinhart, an

an unexpected 2.7 percent dip in August. “Perhaps the real question is how many transactions are being delayed in the pipeline, and how many are being canceled,” Lawrence Yun, the Realtors’ chief economist, said in a statement. “Without historic precedents, it’s challenging to assess.” Pending sales were up 16 percent in the West and 8 percent in the Northeast. They were up 3 percent in the Midwest and nearly 1 percent in the South. Home prices, meanwhile rose 1.2 percent from June to July, according to the Standard & Poor’s/CaseShiller home price index of 20 major cities. On a seasonally adjusted basis, prices rose in all but three metro areas, Las Vegas, Detroit, and Seattle. Housing experts, however, remain divided on whether the price gains signal a definite bottom to the worst housing downturn in decades or just a brief respite from plummeting prices.

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Daily Meditation And he saith unto me, Seal not the sayings of the prophecy of this book: for the time is at hand. He that is unjust, let him be unjust still: and he which is filthy, let him be filthy still: and he that is righteous, let him be righteous still: and he that is holy, let him be holy still. And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be. Revelation 22:10-12

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What’s the cost of conservation? State officials on Thursday celebrated the grand opening of North Carolina’s first “green” rest area — and it is far more than your usual roadside pit-stop. The new rest area on U.S. Highway 421 North in North Wilkesboro was christened by state Transportation Secretary Gene Conti and other dignitaries. Conti said the building will be about 40 percent more efficient than traditional rest areas, by making better use of natural light and employing solar panels to heat water and generate power. Rainwater collection and a geothermal heat pump help reduce the need for outside water and energy. The state Department of Transportation also observed “green” building ractices The rest area is so high-tech that it even has a Web site to track its impact: http://ncdot.technology-view.com/wilkes. We’ve been there, and the information it gives is pretty cool. Not only does it show how the various systems generate energy or save resources, but the site tracks such stats as how much electricity has been created on-site, how much rain has fallen (to be captured), and how much water and energy have been conserved, today, this week, and over the (presently short) life of the facility. What that Web site doesn’t say is how much “green” the “green” rest area saves taxpayers. The 10,000 square-foot facility took 21 months to construct and cost the state $12 million. That price didn’t include land acquisition, because Wilkes County and the towns of North Wilkesboro and Wilkesboro donated the site. How much higher is that price tag than the cost of the typical rest area? How long will it take for the electricity and water savings to offset the additional cost of construction? It isn’t that we are against conserving our earth’s natural resources. But the facility’s opening does merit the observation that conservation isn’t cheap.

Quotable “We are overwhelmed with victims and ... lack of clean water, electricity and telecommunications. We really need help. We call on people to come to Padang to evacuate bodies and help the injured.” — Fauzi Bahar, mayor of the Sumatra island city of Padang, where at least 367 people died in an earthquake. A second earthquake struck western Indonesia a day after the first, with thousands still trapped under collapsed buildings. “To me it was like a monster — just black water coming to you. It wasn’t a wave that breaks, it was a full force of water coming straight.” — Luana Tavale, American Samoa government employee describing the tsunami that, along with an earthquake, devastated American Samoa and Samoa and killed at least 120 people. “They interviewed me in the Malibu courthouse when I was still a DA, and I embellished a story. ... I’m a guy who cuts to the chase — I lied. It embarrasses the hell of me.” — David F. Wells, a former prosecutor assigned to the courtroom where Roman Polanski’s sex case was heard, on telling a documentary film crew that he advised the judge handling the case that he should send the director to prison.

In my early college days, my answer to the question “Where are you from?” always prompted a second question: “Where’s Epsom?” These hometown questions typically followed first-time introductions in class, awaiting the professor’s lecture. After numerous explanations of Epsom’s proximity to neighboring towns, I changed my place of rearing to Henderson. I thought this would be an easier answer. Yet, adding to the mix-up, Henderson was usually confused with Hendersonville, something most Henderson natives have likewise experienced while traveling about our state. Upon graduation five years later (I extended my college stay a bit), I made a special request to the dean’s office — although it had no zip code nor official town limits, I wanted “Epsom” by my name in the Peace College graduation program. Perhaps it took those years away from home to educate me on community pride. I’ve traveled in other countries, all across our great state, and have taken road trips as far as Texas. Despite

my appreciation for the varying landscapes and allure of other cities, I’ve come to realize that Epsom, just like many of our small rural communities, has its special attractions as well: • The summer smell of tobacco curing. I don’t smoke, but I could laGina zily lounge Eaves outside all Daily Dispatch afternoon Columnist to breathe in those drying-out tobacco leaves. • Local-grown butterbeans, squash, cabbage, collards and corn. And of course the eggplant picked early mornings by the elderly female farmer, who sells them every summer Saturday at her produce stand. • Apples that come from Daddy’s apple tree — and trying to beat the deer from eating them first. • Farmers, especially the older ones, faces worn with the rugged hardness that

comes from years in the fields, always smoking cigarettes, always wearing jeans and some sort of cap, normally a hat advertising the nearest body shop or garage, or maybe one supporting the local Farm Bureau. • The folks who sit in the stores with a Pepsi-Cola and pack of salted peanuts, which they eat together. My first memories of this combination date back to Pepsi in glass bottles, not the predominant plastic of today. I miss glass bottles — a cold Pepsi in plastic just doesn’t taste the same. • Summer sunrises, autumn bike rides crossing old farms and pastures with cows and goats and horses and donkeys and mules; and waiting for those cows and goats to cross the road out on Moonshine Alley, after breaking the fence. • The tales of Moonshine Alley — how it got its name, and hearing that generations back it was also referred to as Lover’s Lane. • Church homecoming lunches, which serve as reason to not only reunite — but also eat. Pecan pies, lemon chess pies, strawberry cakes

— all homemade. And always the first to disappear. • A touch of gossip. What some consider as a drawback can also be a blessing. Sure, there are few secrets in communities like ours. But when there’s a neighbor in need, the entire community knows that, as well — and pulls together quickly. • Old homeplaces, old corn cribs, old tobacco barns. • Tractors — and waking up to the bumping and rattling of those tractors pulling crops down the road. A few years post-graduation, I have just as many questions as I do fond memories. Will Epsom, like so many other rural communities, maintain its character? Will its history be preserved as its older buildings fall and are replaced with newer construction? As some of its farmed fields succumb to development, will Epsom’s spirit fade with time, with “progress,” and through the choices of its inhabitants? Gina Eaves is an Epsom native, a graduate of Peace College and an advertising sales representative at The Daily Dispatch.

Letters to the Editor Mary Emma Evans cares for the city To the editor: It’s election season again, which is always an exciting season. I enjoy the candidates. Pastor Mary Emma Evans and Councilman George Daye made a striking pair as they stood and talked together while lending their support to a bereaved family in the community. We need people on the City Council who are not afraid to speak up. The Bible says “Go rather to the lost sheep” and “it is not the whole man who needs the physician.” I don’t mean to call anybody lost or sick, but many people in the community are unable to speak up and are afraid (for one reason or another) to stand up for themselves. We all know that Mary Emma Evans has done a good job of standing up and speaking up for the people. People can’t just rise up one day and decide that “I President Obama owes much am going to be the best thing for the city of Henderson.” of his success in the primary Real help comes from within elections to his early opposiand must have come from tion to the Iraq War, and the loyalty that gave him from the a lifestyle; a way of life. It anti-war left. Now some of that must come from growing up around grandparents like block are trying to collect on Ernest (Dick) Coker, and a conflict where not long ago Jennie Coker (Miss Jennie), President Obama told us, “the who set a table laden with world cannot afford the price the best for the community that will come due if Afghaniat large. Every day, and stan slides back into chaos.” especially on Sunday. Pa did Vice President Biden has not mind feeding anybody, also been in his ear opposing and Big Ma never minded the troop level recommendacooking for everybody. tions. Speaker Pelosi and the Growing up with a mother lead Democratic Senator on like Lucy Coker Jefferson, the Armed Services Committee Miss Lucy, taught us how have both stated their strong to care and be concerned opposition to any additional about people. Mary Emma troops. Some have even started Evans doesn’t know how to to talk of a timetable for withdo anything else. I see people drawal. voicing their concerns, at the grocery store, at funerThere are no easy decisions when waging a war. Right now als, while dining out, the telephone is constantly though, President Obama has personally talked with the com- ringing about water bills and manding officer in Afghanistan landlords, and parents’ wild children, and furniture set only once in the 70 days Gen. out in the street. They all McChrystal has been in command, and I can guess how that come to her and she always stacks up against conversations takes time. Growing up at home was with his party’s vocal left-wing. like an underground railroad There may not be easy decifor abused children and sions, but the best decision our whipped winos. Feeding a president could make right now homeless alcoholic, or anyone is to turn that ratio inside out down on their luck, was what so that he can start making the was always done in the Jefright decisions to win this war ferson home. You cannot up and bring our troops home with and become a caring person victory. suddenly during election season. It must come from Mike Reagan, the elder son of the the heart. late President Ronald Reagan, is In the not-too-distant past, chairman and president of The I believe we have voted and Reagan Legacy Foundation (www. put people in power that we reaganlegacyfoundation.org). Look are now sorry that we did. for Mike’s newest book, “Twice Let’s not do that again. Adopted” and other info at www. Reagan.com. E-mail comments to L. Quinitchette-Williams, Reagan@caglecartoons.com. Henderson

Time for Obama to get behind the ‘general consensus’ on Afghanistan Gen. Stanley McChrystal, President Obama’s personal choice to lead U.S. and coalition forces and operations in Afghanistan, has officially made a request for between 30,000 and 40,000 additional troops. He asserts that without this troop infusion, we run a very real risk of failing to meet our military objectives in Afghanistan, failing to defeat the Taliban and Al-Qaeda, and ruining the hope of providing a stable enough atmosphere that the Afghan military and police can eventually assume control of their internal security and defend against external threats. McChrystal is not alone in this request. Gen. David Petraeus, the brilliant architect and manager of the United States’ successful “surge” in Iraq who now commands United States Central Command, has attached his name to the growing list of supporters for the troop increase request. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm. Mike Mullen, has also indicated that more troops will be needed to avoid failure in Afghanistan. Avoiding failure on this front is a non-negotiable. Such a failure, in both military and political terms, would be catastrophic to American interests at home and abroad. Such a scenario would likely include a revitalized Taliban and Al Qaeda that are ceded strategic territory in which to thrive, train and plot. And just as importantly, it would give these murderous thugs the type of public relations victory they have been seeking since the September 11 attacks — similar to their failed effort to bog

down and cause a hasty retreat of U.S. troops in Iraq. President Obama, it is time to listen to your field generals over liberal Washington politicos, just as you did in February of this year when you approved an initial increase of 21,000 troops. President Obama, it is now time to give Gen. Michael McChrystal Reagan the troops he needs to get Distributed by the job done. Cagle Cartoons There is no doubt that sending our brave men and women into harm’s way is one of the most difficult decisions a president has to make. No one should criticize the president for taking a few weeks to thoroughly review this latest request — especially in light of our numerous obligations throughout the globe which have stretched our troops and their equipment quite thin recently. A troop increase of this magnitude requires consideration and long-term planning. However, in this case, I am concerned that the president is weighing not only the military calculations, but that, due to his political party’s internal politics, he is also being forced to weigh the intra-Democratic Party political consequences of his decisions at a time when liberal voters, interest groups and political operations are gearing up for the critical 2010 mid-term elections.


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Perdue’s executive order expands gift ban By GARY D. ROBERTSON Associated Press Writer

RALEIGH — Gov. Beverly Perdue on Thursday expanded a narrow state worker gift ban to include all employees under her control in response to news that dozens of Division of Motor Vehicles staff likely received meals and tickets from an outside vendor. Perdue signed an order that makes all workers in Cabinet agencies follow a state law barring those involved in preparing and awarding contracts and overseeing state construction from accepting gifts or favors from outside firms with state contracts or will bid for them. “This executive order makes it clear — those of us who serve the people of North Carolina must be held to the highest ethical standards and act accordingly,” Perdue said in a news release. “Citizens expect and deserve nothing less.” The State Bureau of Investigation has been asked to investigate more than 200 occasions over 2 1/2 years in which documents show Verizon Business treated more than 60 state workers and their associates to restaurants, provided them other food and gave them tickets to the Carolina Hurricanes

and inaugural ball. The fringe benefits have raised questions whether Verizon Business, which has a $51.5 million contract with DMV for its vehicle inspections program, could have received preferential treatment through the gifts. DMV Commissioner Mike Robertson said there’s been no evidence the meals were a trade for expanding the Verizon contract last year. The executive order has its limits. It wouldn’t apply to departments that are led by statewide elected officials such as the agriculture, labor and insurance commissioner, or systems of higher education. Perdue’s order encourages these agencies to follow the new restrictions. And while the additional workers who get covered under Thursday’s order may be subject to disciplinary action, it can’t enforce the state law for contract decision-makers that makes it a misdemeanor to accept a gift. Perdue spokeswoman Chrissy Pearson said the governor wants the Legislature to consider giving her directive more teeth by approving a bill next spring that would expand the current law to all state employees and subject everyone to criminal penalties.

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“This action today went about as far as she could do outside of changing the law,” Pearson said. Sen. Steve Goss, cochairman of the Legislative Ethics Committee, said he’s willing to work with Perdue next year to shepherd such a bill through the General Assembly. “It’s extremely important to say ‘no gifts,’” said Goss, D-Watauga. “You have to do it across the board (or) you leave this gray area ... the bottom line is complete openness and transparency.” The executive order directs Cabinet secretaries to educate current and new employees about the rules as well as current contractors. Future bid requests also must conclude the requirements. Jane Pinsky with the North Carolina Coalition for Lobbying and Government Reform praised Perdue’s order and her commitment to transparency in state government,

saying citizens should be reassured “they’re getting the best government that they can.” There are already laws prohibiting state workers from receiving gifts in exchange for influencing contract awards as well as criminalizing embezzlement and fraud. But Pinsky said she’s worried some state workers receive direct reimbursements from outside groups for conventions and other activities, according to Pinsky. They “certainly would feel indebted for the experience,” she said. Pinsky said the Legislature should consider narrow further a 2006 gift ban it approved for legislators, the governor, executive branch officials and highranking appointees, which includes several exceptions. Many of the exempt gifts still don’t have to be disclosed by state officials covered by the law, she said.

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HENDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT Arrests

Dell/Instiron laptop computer, $400. Damage to a door frame during the breaking and entering estimated at $200. • Josephine Jones Henderson, 67, of 708 Highland Ave. reported Sept. 30 the theft from the residence of a flat screen TV valued at $650 and 8 necklaces valued at $600. Damage to a door and door frame during the breaking and entering estimated at $300.

• Linwood Woodard, 16, of 612 Foxborough Lane was arrested Sept. 30. Misdemeanor shoplifting. Bond was set at $300. Court date Oct. 26. • Laronda Perry, 29, of 211 Jane Ave. was arrested Sept. 30. Misdemeanor larceny. Bond was set at $500. Court date Oct. 19.

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• Delia Jones, 31, of 338 Southall St. on Sept. 30 reported the theft from the residence of the following items and their values: Playstation 2 game console, $100; portable DVD player, $100; class ring, $329;

• The American Legion, 110 E. Spring St., reported Sept. 30 a breaking and entering. Damage to a metal door, door frame, metal door locks and solid wood doors estimated at $825.

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Pine Ridge Road reported Sept. 25 the theft of a black oldfashioned horse wagon, value unknown. • Alice Verness Champion, 43, of 874 Gun Club Road reported Sept. 25 that her bank debit card was used illegally to obtain $2,306.38.

• Jason Patrick Coulter, 23, of 2905 Southerland Mill Road reported Sept. 27 the theft from the residence of two air conditioning units, value unknown. • Tiffany Wade, 26, of 1166

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Iran, world powers Disney museum honors man behind the mouse agree to meet again By MICHELLE LOCKE Associated Press Writer

By GEORGE JAHN Associated Press Writer

GENTHOD, Switzerland (AP) — Iran and six world powers ended a landmark meeting Thursday with an agreement to take a new stab at overcoming years of mistrust generated by Tehran’s nuclear program and meet again this month for wideranging discussions on the two sides’ concerns. In addition, diplomats said Iran will open its newly disclosed nuclear plant to U.N. inspectors, probably within a few weeks. Adding to the optimism generated by the decision to hold follow-up talks was a rare bilateral meeting between the senior U.S. and Iranian delegates to the meeting. U.S. Deputy State Department spokesman Robert Wood said Undersecretary of State William Burns used the meeting with chief Iranian delegate Saeed Jalili “to reiterate the international community’s concerns about Iran’s nuclear program. “He addressed the need for Iran to take concrete and practical steps that are consistent with its international obligations and that will build international confidence in the exclusively peaceful nature of its program. “While the focus of the discussion was on Iran’s nuclear program, both sides had a frank exchange on other issues, including human rights,” said Wood. The encounter appeared to be concrete proof of President Barack Obama’s commitment to engage Iran directly on nuclear and other issues — a sharp break from the policy under the Bush administration.

More broadly, the meeting suggested that Obama was putting his concept of U.S. foreign policy into action, with its emphasis on negotiating even with the nations that are most hostile to the United States. Confirming that the seven nations planned to meet again, senior EU envoy Javier Solana said Iran had pledged to open its newly revealed uranium enrichment plant to International Atomic Energy Agency inspection soon. Iran’s disclosure of the new plant had threatened to poison the atmosphere of the talks, with the West saying Tehran only revealed it because it feared it would found out. Uranium enrichment can make both nuclear fuel and the fissile core of nuclear warheads. Solana said Iran had pledged to “cooperate fully and immediately with the IAEA” and said he expected Tehran to invite agency inspectors looking for signs of covert nuclear weapons activity to visit “in the next couple of weeks.” At the United Nations, the Iranian Foreign Minister suggested his country’s talks with the U.S. and five other world powers could be expanded to the “summit” level. Manouchehr Mottaki said Iran was willing to discuss a variety of security, economic and political issues, although he did not specifically refer to nuclear issues, which the six powers consider the most critical topic. The five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council — the U.S., Russia, China, Britain and France — plus Germany hope to persuade Tehran to freeze the enrichment program.

SAN FRANCISCO — Walt Disney’s relatives greeted the first wave of visitors as a new museum designed to showcase the personal world of the legendary animator opened Thursday. “Walt Disney reached people because he was a magical storyteller,” Disney’s grandson, Walter E.D. Miller, said as the museum opened. “Now it’s our turn to tell Walt’s story.” The $110 million Walt Disney Family Museum was co-founded by Miller and his mother, Diane Disney Miller. The Walt Disney Co. collaborated on the project, but the museum is an independent venture fully funded by the Walt Disney Family Foundation. Family members say they were motivated by concerns that the view of Disney the man had gotten lost in the legend. Exhibits follow Disney’s life from childhood to his struggles getting established as an artist and his later successes, with a goal, according to grandson Miller, of narrating the life of “someone whose name is often confused with a brand and to present him simply as a human being with extraordinary vision.” Dark times aren’t glossed over. One section deals with a bitter strike at Disney Studios and another presents audio tapes of Disney’s testimony before the House of Rep-

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An assortment of Mickey Mouse watches and clocks are shown on display Thursday at the opening of the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco. resentatives Un-American Activities Committee. Business struggles are documented, too. Step into an elevator between floors and you’re inside a beautifully replicated old-fashioned train compartment, complete with red velvet curtains and windows half-shaded by pull-down blinds. A tape of Disney’s voice recounts the upside of an early business disaster: “I think it’s important to have a good hard failure when

you’re young.” Items on display include the evolution of Mickey Mouse and a host of other animated creations, with many stations offering visitors a chance to listen and even experiment with the mechanics of animation. A showstopper is a gallery showing a model of Disneyland, right down to the revolving tea cup ride. Visitors on Thursday pored over the model, pointing out landmarks to each other. Designers took advantage of the museum’s setting, a refurbished building at the former Presidio Army base. A gallery devoted to Disney nature films has a glass wall looking directly out to a stunning vista of the Golden Gate Bridge. The displays are absorbing, and a timed-ticket entrance system is being used to prevent overcrowding. Walls of photographs show various generations of the Disney family. In a neat effect, some of the photos are small video screens showing home movies of weddings and trips. “It’s like going through their family albums,” said visitor William Robison of San Francisco. Robison, an amateur filmmaker in his spare time, spent a while looking at a display of the multiplane camera Disney developed to add depth to “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” the movie dubbed “Disney’s folly” until it opened to wild acclaim. “He was a huge inspiration,” Robison said. “I already know I’m going to have to come back.”

Princess Diana exhibit to open in Philadelphia

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A traveling museum exhibit about the life of Princess Diana will open today in Philadelphia. The exhibit “Diana: A Celebration” is at the National Constitution Center through Dec. 31. It explores her childhood, her engagement to Prince Charles, their 1981 wedding and her life and work

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — No one expects a zombie apocalypse. But the University of Florida is making sure officials are ready for a night of the living dead, just in case. The school has a plan for responding to the undead on its Web site among outlines for dealing with hurricanes and pandemics. The exercise lays out how university officials would

as a humanitarian. Diana’s marriage to Prince Charles ended in divorce in 1996. She died in a 1997 car crash in Paris. The National Constitution Center is a private museum dedicated to developing a greater understanding of the U.S. Constitution and providing a forum for civic events.

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On this date: In 1944, Nazi troops crushed the two-month-old Warsaw Uprising, during which a quarter of a million people were killed. In 1950, the comic strip “Peanuts,” created by Charles M. Schulz, was syndicated to seven newspapers. In 1959, Rod Serling’s “The Twilight Zone” made its debut on CBS-TV with the episode “Where Is Everybody?” starring Earl Holliman. In 1967, Thurgood Marshall was sworn as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court as the court opened its new term. In 1985, actor Rock Hudson died at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif. at age 59 after battling AIDS. In 2006, an armed milk truck driver took a group of girls hostage in an Amish schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pa., killing five of them and wounding five others before committing suicide. Ten years ago: The Brooklyn Museum of Art opened its much-hyped “Sensation” exhibit which had drawn controversy because of New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s move to cut off city funding to the museum. (Giuliani objected to some of the artwork, which included a portrait of the Virgin Mary decorated with elephant dung.)

Today’s Birthdays: Country singer-musician Leon Rausch (Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys) is 82. Retired MLB All-Star Maury Wills is 77. Movie critic Rex Reed is 71. Singer-songwriter Don McLean is 64. Cajun/ country singer Jo-el Sonnier is 63. Actor Avery Brooks is 61. Fashion designer Donna Karan is 61. Photographer Annie Leibovitz is 60. Rock musician Mike Rutherford (Genesis, Mike & the Mechanics) is 59. Singer-actor Sting is 58. Actress Lorraine Bracco is 55. Country musician Greg Jennings (Restless Heart) is 55. Rock singer Phil Oakey (The Human League) is 54. Rhythm-and-blues singer Freddie Jackson is 51. Singer-producer Robbie Nevil is 51. Retro-soul singer James Hunter is 47. Rock musician Bud Gaugh (Sublime, Eyes Adrift) is 42. Folk-country singer Gillian Welch is 42. Country singer Kelly Willis is 41. Rhythmand-blues singer Dion Allen (Az Yet) is 39. Actress-talk show host Kelly Ripa is 39. Singer Tiffany is 38. Rock singer Lene Nystrom is 36. Actor Efren Ramirez is 36. Rhythm-and-blues singer LaTocha Scott (Xscape) is 36. Gospel singer Mandisa is 33.

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One year ago: More than a year after millionaire adventure Steve Fossett vanished on a solo flight over California’s rugged Sierra Nevada, searchers found the wreckage of his plane but no body inside. (Fossett’s remains were discovered in late October 2008.)

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Replica of Wright brothers’ plane crashes DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A replica of the Wright brothers’ plane crashed Thursday for the second time in two years, sending the pilot to the hospital and heavily damaging the aircraft. Julia Frasure of the National Park Service said Mark Dusenberry was piloting his replica of the 1905 Wright Brothers Flyer III when it crashed at Huffman Prairie on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton. Dusenberry was flown by helicopter to Miami Valley Hospital. His condition was not immediately available. Amanda Wright Lane, great-grandniece of Wilbur and Orville Wright, said Dusenberry was practicing for a flight Monday to mark the 104th anniversary of practical flight, when the brothers proved at Kitty Hawk, N.C., that they could take off, control the plane and safely land. Dusenberry, 48, of Dover, Ohio, also crashed the plane two years ago at Huffman Prairie during a demon-

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Pilot Mark Dusenberry crashes his Wright Flyer replica Thursday on Huffman Prairie in Dayton, Ohio. Dusenberry was scheduled to fly during a Huffman Prairie 104th Anniversary Celebration on Monday. stration to mark the 102nd anniversary. The plane was damaged, but Dusenberry was not injured. The replica is fragile, made primarily of wood and fabric.

Dusenberry was making his second practice flight of the day, said witness Tim Gaffney, who estimated that the plane was about 10 feet off the ground when the pilot began to have trouble.

“The airplane nosed down towards the ground,� Gaffney said. “Then it pitched up steeply and came down at a steep angle and crashed on its nose,� he said.

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Hudson ‘Miracle’ pilots reunite for N.Y., N.C. flights NEW YORK (AP) — The “Miracle on the Hudson� pilots are back together. Capt. Chesley “Sully� Sullenberger and 1st Officer Jeffrey Skiles piloted flights Thursday from Charlotte, N.C., to New York and back. It was their first time together in the cockpit since they had to ditch their disabled plane in the Hudson River, saving the more than 150 people on board. At a news conference at LaGuardia Airport, Sullenberger said the Miracle on the Hudson “happened at a time when people needed to know that good could still be done in the world.� Charlotte-to-New York

Sullenberger, left, and Skiles passenger Wyatt Smith says everyone cheered and clapped when boarding Thursday morning. He says he felt “honored and safe� that Sully was the pilot on the US Airways flight.

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Spartan soccer downs Eagles in overtime, 2-1

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Spartan netters fall in close one to Rocky Mount From STAFF REPORTS

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Tyler Bolton scored on a Chris Frampton assist in the first overtime session, and Kerr-Vance held on for the 2-1 win over Rocky Mount Academy Thursday. With no score at the half, Rocky Mount got on the board first. John Allen tied it up with his goal on an assist from Brandon Reams. The Spartans dominat- Bolton ed possession for most of the game, but had a hard time getting goals. They out-shot the Eagles 14-6. It was the first conference win of the season for the Spartans, who improve to 7-8-4 on the year (1-3 against Eastern Plains Independent Conference competition). KVA has homecoming today, as the Spartans play host to Granville Central at 6:30 p.m.

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Kerr-Vance’s Kat Blackburn hits a return during her third seed singles match against Rocky Mount Academy Thursday afternoon.

Kerr-Vance’s varsity tennis team came within one match from defeating Rocky Mount Academy in Thursday’s Eastern Plains Independent Conference match. The Spartan netters were defeated by the Eagles 5-4 at KVA. Kerr-Vance is now 4-6 on the season (1-2 EPIC). The Spartans host Cary Academy Tuesday.

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and Nicole Powell. The first-set score was tied 15 times. A big kill from Webb’s Devonte Reese gave the Warriors the 23-22 advantage late. After dropping the next two, Webb tied it again at 24 with a dink from Reese. But the Raiders took the next point, and a Taylor kill put it away, 26-24. Webb came out in control of the second set, jumping out to a 7-3 lead. Southern scored four straight to tie it up, but a 10-1 Warrior run made it 17-8 before Turner called a time out. A Terry kill brought the Raiders within four at 21-17, but it was the closest they would get.

A mid-season lineup shuffle wasn’t enough to lift coach William Hoyle’s Northern Vance team over Carolina 3A Conference foe Orange on Thursday night. Orange used a seven-point, come-from-behind rally in the third set to power its way to a 3-1 (25-23, 23-25, 25-22, 25-13) victory. The loss marked Northern’s second of the season to Orange after the Panthers took the first match in Hillsborough in five sets. With the win, Orange solidified its place in the middle of the conference behind Cardinal Gibbons and Chapel Hill. Hoyle implemented changes in the middle of the Vikings’ formation following Wednesday’s loss to Southern Vance. Hoyle inserted Lauren Abbott and Ciarea Thompson into the middle of a new-look 6-2 formation. Abbott and Thompson combined for 10 kills and three blocks on the night. “We made some major adjustments since the last time we played,” said Hoyle. “Both of our middles haven’t gotten a lot of playing time this year. I thought we stepped up and did a nice job. “What killed us last time with this team was their outside hitters. But we also got a number of blocks on those balls that just gave us fits last time. I thought inserting the middles into the lineup helped a lot.” After tying the match in the second set, Northern looked poised to take control and win the third, building a 22-18 advantage. But Orange surged past the Vikings with seven unanswered points behind the service of Jessica Gatz. The Panthers tied the set at 22 following a Northern time out and used a block to take the lead for good. Orange never looked back after the third set, burying the Vikings from the start in the

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KVA competes at Granville Central’s cross country meet From STAFF REPORTS

Kerr-Vance Academy’s cross country team ran at a meet at Granville Central Thursday, at the Panthers’ new cross country course. KVA’s John Allen finished first overall, with a time of 19:48. Granville Central’s Adam Kendall was second. He ran a 20:21. Rounding out the top seven boys were KVA’s Cam Dickerson (20:34), Devonne Smith (21:10), Justin Commee (21:18), Jake Dorrence (21:42) and Granville Central’s Shane Walker (22:00). Kerr-Vance’s Addison Mabry finished first in the girls’ meet with a time of 26:21. KVA’s Logan Teeter took second with a time of 27:42, and Britney Lopez was third at 29:46.

Doubles n No. 1 — RMA’s Hodges and Park def. Adkins and Hill 8-3 n No. 2 — KVA’s Freeman and Alexandra Gwynn def. Learn and Josie Strandberg n No. 3 — KVA’s Blackburn and Watkins def. Hayworth and Sykes 8-6 n Exhibition — KVA’s Catherine Perry and Allison Forsythe def. Keenan Smith and Kate Keeter 8-6

Vikings fall in four to Panthers

KVA volleyball down Eagles in five sets After winning the first two sets against Rocky Mount Academy Thursday, the Eagles fought back and forced a fifth set against Kerr-Vance. But the Spartans held strong and won it 15-10 to even up their Eastern Plains Independent Conference record at 2-2. Leading the Spartans statisically were Megan Burrows (11 kills, three blocks), Laura Kilian (eight kills, six aces, six digs, 25-of-31 service receptions), Jesse Edwards (eight kills, seven blocks), Morgan Oettinger (six kills, three aces, three digs), Morgan Lloyd (one kill, six aces, eight digs, 16-of21 receiving serve), Bailey Hughes (34 assists, four aces, four digs). KVA hosts Cary Christian in another conference match on Tuesday.

ROCKY MOUNT ACADEMY 5, KERR-VANCE 4 Singles n No. 1 — RMA’s Sara Worth Hodges def. Emily Adkins 7-5, 6-1 n No. 2 — RMA’s Devin Learn def. Elizabeth Hill 6-1, 6-1 n No. 3 — RMA’s Emma Park def. Kat Blackburn 6-3, 6-1 n No. 4 — KVA’s Morgan Watkins def. Anne Parker Hayworth 6-2, 6-0 n No. 5 — KVA’s Meredith Freeman def. Sara Sykes 6-0, 6-1 n No. 6 — RMA’s Olivia Roberson def. Winnie Irvin 6-4, 6-4

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Raiders finish tough week 3-0 S. Vance defeats Webb in four, sweeps season series By ERIC S. ROBINSON Dispatch Sports Editor

Southern Vance has had a heck of a week. Against three quality opponents, two of them conference matches and one against an arch-rival, the Raiders emerged 3-0 this week. The impressive string of wins culminated with their four-set victory over J.F. Webb Thursday night. “(I’m) thrilled considering all three teams were tough, top-notch,” said Southern Vance coach Tracey Turner. “There were no freebies this week.” Though they suffered their

second loss to the Raiders this season, this wasn’t the same Warriors squad that was swept in three barely competitive sets in Oxford on Sept. 15. “The confidence — that was probably what I noticed the most was the confidence,” Turner said of the Warriors. “They bounced back so much quicker. We’d make a little run on them at their place, and you kind of see them deflate. But this time, there was no deflating. They were coming back at us and they were coming back at us hard.” The teams traded points early, with Southern riding kills from Tremanisha Taylor and Shauna Terry. Webb got strong net play early from Alyssa Blair

Braves fall to Nationals, eliminated from playoffs By CHARLES ODUM AP Sports Writer

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Matt Diaz covers his face with his helmet as he walks off the field after being thrown out at third base to end the game as the Marlins take the field to celebrate their 5-4 victory Wednesday.

ATLANTA — The only champagne in Atlanta’s clubhouse was intended for an individual milestone. The Braves’ hopes of a playoff celebration were dashed for the fourth straight year. Pete Orr hit a tiebreaking single in the ninth inning and the Washington Nationals beat Atlanta 2-1 on Thursday night, hours after the Braves were

eliminated from postseason contention. Orr’s one-out single to left field drove in Ryan Zimmerman, who opened the ninth with a double off Rafael Soriano (1-6). “We’re playing the game the right way,” Orr said of the Nationals, who lead the majors with 103 losses but have won four straight. “Hopefully, we’re going in the right direction.” After the game, two bottles of Please see BRAVES, page 2B


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Two-minute drill Local Sports Register for baseball classes Monday Another day of registration for the first classes at Henderson’s new baseball facility, Next Level Baseball, will be Monday, Oct. 5. Registration will take place from 5 until 7 p.m. at the facility on Red Oak Road off of Highway 158, besides Kids World Child Care. Classes will begin on Oct. 12. There will be a baseball skills class, a softball skills class and a baseball hitting class. Baseball coaches from J.F. Webb and Southern Vance, along with several former players with experience at the collegiate level, will be among the staff assisting at the facility. Anyone who would like a brochure prior to registration should contact Jeff Tate at (252) 213-2766.

Officiating classes to begin Monday The Triangle Basketball Officials Association will begin officiating classes on Monday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. The classes will be held at Northern Vance High School every Monday night for six nights. If you plan to officiate in the Henderson/Vance Recreation and Parks Department youth basketball leagues, you must be certified. Contact Cornell Royster at (252) 425-1741 or (252) 430-7507 for more info.

NFL Panthers sign veteran DT Thomas, release Harris CHARLOTTE (AP) — Hollis Thomas, Carolina’s latest attempt to fill its giant hole at defensive tackle, had just finished his first practice with the Panthers Thursday when he was asked what he would bring to his new team. Standing with his helmet off and his belly spilling over the top of his pants, the 6-foot, 340-pound Thomas didn’t hesitate. “A little levity, a little thickness in the middle,” Thomas replied. Winless and desperate to find anybody to help stop the run, the Panthers were willing to take a chance with the 35-year-old portly humorist. A day after he was released by St. Louis, the Panthers signed the 14year veteran and released rookie Ra’Shon Harris. “He’s got a lot of experience. I think right now we’re young there,” coach John Fox said. “He’s played the game at this level for some time. A lot of this is how to play. I think he’ll help us immensely in that area.” Thomas is the latest to pass through Carolina’s tackle turnstile since top run-stuffer Maake Kemoeatu ruptured his Achilles tendon less than 30 minutes into the first practice of training camp. The Panthers first alternated second-year pro Nick Hayden and undrafted rookie Marlon Favorite at that nose tackle spot. Neither was effective and Favorite was waived in final cuts. The team then claimed the undrafted Harris off waivers from Pittsburgh. That came after the Panthers acquired Louis Leonard from Cleveland for a 2010 late-round draft pick.

Local Preps Friday, Oct. 2 Football n Louisburg at Northern Vance 7:30 p.m. n Northwood at Southern Vance 7:30 p.m. n J.F. Webb at Cedar Ridge 7:30 p.m. n Warren County at Northwest Halifax 7:30 p.m. Soccer

n Community Christian at

Crossroads Christian 4 p.m.

n Granville Central at Kerr-

Vance (Homecoming) 6:30 p.m. Volleyball-HS

n Community Christian at

Crossroads Christian 5 p.m. JV Soccer

n Franklin Academy at Kerr-

Vance 4:45 p.m.

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n Community Christian at

Crossroads Christian 4 p.m.

Sports on TV Friday, Oct. 2 AUTO RACING 1 p.m. n SPEED — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, practice for Price Chopper 400, at Kansas City, Kan. 3 p.m. n SPEED — NASCAR, Nationwide Series, practice for Kansas Lottery 300, at Kansas City, Kan. 4:30 p.m. n ESPN2 — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, pole qualifying for Price Chopper 400, at Kansas City, Kan. 6 p.m. n ESPN2 — NASCAR, Nationwide Series, final practice for Kansas Lottery 300, at Kansas City, Kan. 1 a.m. n SPEED — Formula One, qualifying for Japanese Grand Prix, at Suzuka, Japan COLLEGE FOOTBALL 8 p.m. n ESPN2 — Pittsburgh at Louisville GOLF 8:30 a.m. n TGC — European PGA Tour, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, second round, at St. Andrews, Scotland 1:30 p.m. n TGC — Champions Tour, Senior Players Championship, second round, at Timonium,

Md. 4 p.m. n TGC — PGA Tour, Turning Stone Resort Championship, second round, at Verona, N.Y. 6:30 p.m. n TGC — Nationwide Tour, Soboba Classic, second round, at San Jacinto, Calif. 8:30 p.m. n TGC — LPGA, Navistar Classic, second round, at Prattville, Ala. (same-day tape) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 2:10 p.m. n WGN — Arizona at Chicago Cubs 7 p.m. n ESPN — Chicago White Sox at Detroit NHL HOCKEY Noon n VERSUS — Florida vs. Chicago, at Helsinki, Finland 3 p.m. n VERSUS — Detroit vs. St. Louis, at Stockholm, Sweden SOCCER 12:40 p.m. n ESPN2 — FIFA, U-20 World Cup, group “C”, Korea vs. U.S., at Suez, Egypt 11 p.m. n ESPN2 — MLS, Chicago at Los Angeles

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JV Vikings win in dramatic fashion over Louisburg From STAFF REPORTS

Northern Vance’s junior varsity football team pulled off a comefrom-behind victory over Louisburg Thursday. Tyquan Bryant’s touchdown pass to V’Rondre Richardson with 47 seconds left tied it at 6, and Diquon Hawley scored the two-point conversion that put Northern Vance up 8-6. Armani Williams sealed the deal with a game-ending interception. The Viking defense was strong all day, keeping the Warrior offense on their heels. Northern improved to 1-1 on the season with the win.

Person leads JV Raiders over Northwood Brian Person had touchdown runs of 75, 65 and 12 yards in Southern Vance’s 38-0 blowout of Northwood Thursday. Person had 320 totla rushing yards in the game. Jamarcus Perry had about 100 yards rushing and found the end zone twice. The defense was led by Chris Henderson, Patrick and Reggie Hunter. Southern Vance coach Ron Lowery cited strong play from his offensive line in the win. The Raiders (4-1) play against conference foe J.F.

Webb next week.

Warrior JV volleyball downs Raiders in two sets J.F. Webb won at Southern Vance in two sets (25-18, 25-15) Thursday. Leading the Warriors statistically were Liz Hester (six service points, one ace, 11 digs), Taylor Loftis (four service points, three aces, six digs, nine assists, one kill), Amanda Music (four service points, two aces, four digs, one kill), Hope Brummitt (eight service points, two aces, one assist, six kills, one block), Casey Overton (nine digs), Catherine Pittard (three kills), Victoria Hughes (two kills) and Jessica Ellington (three service points, one ace, four kills, one block). Contributing for Southern were Jordan Garrett (10 service points, eight digs, 26 assists, three kills), Jackie Hill (six service points, four receptions, two blocks, 10 digs), Jeanna Gentry (four service points, 12 receptions, five digs, 27 kills), Carslin Talley (four kills, two receptions), Rebecca Norwood (six digs, four assists, two receptions). Northern JV falls to Orange in three sets The Northern Vance junior varsity volleyball team fell to Orange in three sets (25-20, 20-25,

16-25) Thursday. Shamar Williams kept the Vikings alive on the stripe with three aces and nine service points. Kara Reese and Abby Wilkerson led the attack, combining for 11 kills. Reese also added two blocks. Melissa Eliott and Kirstin Currin contributed five assists apiece. Currin also notched three kills.

Spartan JV netters fall to Rocky Mount Kerr-Vance’s junior varsity tennis team fell to Rocky Mount 8-1 Thursday. The Spartans are now 4-4 on the season. ROCKY MOUNT 8, KERR-VANCE 1 Singles n No. 1 — RMA’s Charlotte Hunt def. Kendall Thomason 8-0 n No. 2 — KVA’s Erin Crews def. Shelby Dunn 9-8 (7-1) n No. 3 — RMA’s Cam Dangler def. Cameron Ford 8-2 n No. 4 — RMA’s Eliza Mayo def. Cassidy Tucker 8-2 n No. 5 — RMA’s Anna Ergich def. Caitlyn Holmes 8-2 n No. 6 — RMA’s Isabel Herring def. Maggie Thompson 8-3 Doubles n No. 1 — RMA’s Hunt and Dangler def. Thomason and Crews 8-2 n No. 2 — Marie Noble and Dunn def. Ford and Tucker 8-6 n No. 3 — RMA’s Caroline Sprinkle and Jennifer Isazar def. Holmes and Thompson 8-4

Spartan JV volleyball defeats Eagles Kerr-Vance’s junior varsity volleyball team defeated Rocky Mount Academy in three sets (25-23, 24-26, 26-24) Thursday. Madison Whitmore had

five kills, one ace and three digs for KVA. Bryles Cutts had two kills, four aces, three digs and six assists, and Addison Ayscue had three kills, four aces, seven digs and three assists. The Spartans fell to Parrott on Tuesday in two sets (19-25, 19-25). Whitmore had four kills and five digs in that game. Kaylan Hoyle had three kills, one ace and two digs, and Ann Tooley tallied four kills, four aces and three assists.

KVA JV soccer ties with Rocky Mount Kerr-Vance’s junior varsity soccer team battled to a 2-2 tie with Rocky Mount on Thursday. Luke Pegram scored four minutes into the second half. His head shot on a Max Sockwell corner kick hit the back of the net to make it 1-0. James Averett scored two minutes later, firing a shot from 40 yards out to give KVA a 2-0 lead. The Eagles scored their first goal 10 minutes later on a direct kick. They scored the tying goal on another direct kick at minute 63. KVA had a lot of opportunities for goals, and out-shot their opponents 19-6. KVA (4-4-2, 1-1-1) hosts Franklin Academy Friday.

Devine rushes for 220, W.Va. beats Colorado 35-24

yards late in the second quarter that set up Brown’s 6-yard scoring pass to Jock Sanders. Devine ran nine times during a 14-play drive midway through the fourth quarter that ended in Clarke’s 1-yard TD run for a 28-17 lead. After Colorado turned the ball over on downs deep in its own territory, Clarke tacked on an 8-yard scoring run to put

the game out of reach. Brown, sixth in the nation in total offense at 335 yards per game, twice overthrew wide-open receivers far downfield and finished 12 of 19 for just 148 yards. He was sacked three times. Colorado’s Rodney Stewart had another solid game against the Mountaineers. Last year he rushed for 166 yards, the most ever by a Colorado freshman. On Thursday, Stewart had a 36-yard TD run in the first quarter and finished with 105 yards on 21 carries. Cody Hawkins kept his cool at times, avoiding the blitz to hit Scotty McKnight with a 29-yard scoring toss on fourth-and-7 early in the third that cut Colorado’s deficit to four at 21-17. But Colorado didn’t score again until the final seconds of the game. Hawkins went 27 of 52 for 292 yards. Riar Geer caught eight passes for 113 yards.

The Braves hit into double plays in the first, third and fifth and had groundouts on 15 of the 16 outs recorded by Mock. “I kept the ball down,” Mock said. “I let them hit it on the ground. ... You have to trust your defense. When you do, good things happen.” Anderson had two hits, including a second-inning single to achieve the milestone. He is the 89th player to reach 2,500 hits, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

“They’re just accomplishments that you have a chance to reach when you play a lot of years,” he said. Anderson ranks seventh among active players. He is in his first season with the Braves after playing for the Angels from 1994-2008. The 37-year-old Anderson, hitting .275, downplayed his chance to reach 3,000 hits. “I don’t know. It was hard enough getting to where I am right now, so the next 500, it’ll be tough,” he said.

By JOHN RABY AP Sports Writer

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Noel Devine ran for a career-high 220 yards and a touchdown, leading West Virginia to a 35-24 victory over Colorado on Thursday night. Jarrett Brown threw two touchdown passes and redshirt freshman fullback Ryan Clarke ran for two fourth-quarter scores for West Virginia (3-1). Both offenses played sloppily despite having an extra week to prepare. West Virginia lost four fumbles and intercepted three of Cody Hawkins’ passes. Hawkins threw two touchdown passes, but Colorado (1-3) managed three total points on four other drives that went inside the 30. Colorado now faces the impossible task of meeting coach Dan Hawkins’ offseason directive of “10 wins, no excuses.” The Buffaloes would have to

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West Virginia’s Noel Devine attempts to stay inbounds as coach Bill Stewart, left, looks on, during the fourth quarter of Thursday’s game. win the remainder of their games, including a bowl, starting next week at No. 2 Texas. Colorado was outgained 405-392 after shutting out Wyoming 24-0 on Sept. 19. The Buffaloes kept Brown mostly in check, but couldn’t match Devine’s speed. Devine went 77 yards for a score on West Virginia’s second play from scrimmage and ran 56

BRAVES, from page 1B champagne sat in a small cooler beside Garret Anderson’s locker in the Atlanta clubhouse to commemorate his 2,500th hit. The little drama remaining in Atlanta’s late playoff push ended about 60 minutes before the game when Colorado clinched at least the NL wild card with a 9-2 win over Milwaukee. “I was watching the game,” said Atlanta righthander Tommy Hanson, who gave up one run in seven innings. “It wasn’t going to change how I went out and pitched today. I still wanted to go out on a good note.” Hanson struck out nine and finished his rookie season 11-4 with a 2.89 ERA. He struck out at least seven in his last five starts. “We expected him to pitch well,” Braves manager Bobby Cox said. “He’s had a great year, a really great year.” Hanson, who made 21 starts, is the first Atlanta rookie to make at least 20 starts and finish a season

with an ERA under 3.00. The Braves moved to Atlanta in 1966. “It’s going to be a pleasure to watch him get better,” catcher Brian McCann said. Tyler Clippard (4-2) pitched 2 1-3 scoreless innings for Washington but was lifted with two outs in the ninth. Clippard walked Yunel Escobar, who advanced to third on Ryan Church’s single. Mike MacDougal earned his 19th save when pinch-hitter Omar Infante grounded out. Nate McLouth gave Atlanta a 1-0 lead with his 19th homer to lead off the third inning. The Nationals tied it in the fourth when Willie Harris singled and scored on Zimmerman’s double off the right-field wall. Washington’s Garrett Mock, who has lost six straight decisions since his last win on Aug. 25, gave up one run on five hits and four walks in six innings.

Winning Tickets RALEIGH — These numbers were drawn Thursday by the North Carolina Lottery: Early Pick 3: 7-3-0 Late Pick 3: 9-6-7 Pick 4: 8-6-7-2 Cash 5: 17-21-15-7-19

RICHMOND, Va. — These numbers were drawn Thursday afternoon by the Virginia Lottery: Pick 3: 7-8-1 Pick 4: 2-1-1-1 Cash 5: 1-19-20-22-34 These numbers were drawn Thursday night: Pick 3: 5-8-7 Pick 4: 5-6-2-8 Cash 5: 2-12-21-29-32


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Rockies return to playoffs, claim NL wild card Rockies 9, Brewers 2 DENVER (AP) — The Colorado Rockies are back in the playoffs after a oneyear hiatus. Aaron Cook pitched four-hit ball over eight spectacular innings in his second start since missing a month with a sore shoulder, and Garrett Atkins drove in three runs for the Rockies in a 9-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday. The Rockies’ fourth straight victory eliminated Atlanta, their final pursuer, from contention for the NL wild card. Colorado can still catch the Dodgers for the NL West title if the Rockies sweep a weekend series in Los Angeles. The Dodgers, who have lost four straight, were off Thursday and watched their division lead over the Rockies get sliced to two games with three left. At 91-58, the Rockies set a franchise mark for wins in a season and moved 23 games over .500 for the first time in their 17-year history. Cook (11-6) allowed one run in his longest outing since June 28 at Oakland. Brad Hawpe homered for Colorado, which chased Manny Parra (11-11) with a four-run third. Cardinals 13, Reds 0 CINCINNATI (AP) —

Ace pitcher Chris Carpenter hit a grand slam and drove in six runs, getting St. Louis back on track with his arm and bat in a rout of Cincinnati. Carpenter’s first career homer came off Kip Wells (2-5) and capped a fiverun second inning for the Cardinals, who had lost five of six — including three straight since clinching the NL Central title Saturday. He added a two-run double during a four-run fifth to match the career RBI total he brought into the game. The right-hander also threw five innings of three-hit ball for his 17th win. Carpenter’s grand slam was the 10th by a Cardinals pitcher and first since Kent Mercker connected at Florida on Sept. 2, 1998. St. Louis’ Tony La Russa snapped a tie with Hall of Fame New York Giants manager John McGraw for second place on the career list of games managed. La Russa is at 4,770, behind only Connie Mack’s 7,755. It was the Cardinals’ biggest win this season, surpassing a 10-0 victory over the Dodgers on July 28. Carpenter (17-4) has won his last five starts against the Reds, including all four this season.

Troy Glaus got his first RBI of the year.

Giants 7, Diamondbacks 3 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Tim Lincecum struck out seven in his final start of the season, Andres Torres homered and hit an RBI triple and San Francisco finished its home schedule with a victory over Arizona. Lincecum (15-7) outpitched Dan Haren (14-10) in a matchup of aces. The reigning NL Cy Young Award winner completed his season with 261 strikeouts and a 2.48 ERA. Pablo Sandoval had a sacrifice fly, an RBI single and a triple for the Giants, who won their fourth straight. They went 52-29 at home this season after going 37-44 in San Francisco last year. Randy Johnson closed it out with a scoreless ninth. Diamondbacks manager A.J. Hinch and pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre Jr. were ejected in the fourth. Astros 5, Phillies 3 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Cliff Lee was shaky in his playoff tuneup and the Phillies, one night after clinching their third consecutive NL East title, lost to Houston. Miguel Tejada homered to extend his hitting

streak to 18 games and Lance Berkman had a two-run double for the Astros. Lee (7-4), a strong candidate to start Game 1 in the best-of-five division series Wednesday, worked 5 2-3 innings. The 2008 AL Cy Young Award winner allowed four runs — three earned — and seven hits while striking out six. Since going 5-0 with a 0.68 ERA in his first five starts with Philadelphia, the left-hander is 2-4 with a 6.13 ERA in his past seven. Lee, who extended his career-high innings total to 231, was acquired from Cleveland in late July. The Phillies enter the season’s final weekend one game behind the Dodgers in the race for best record and home-field advantage throughout the NL playoffs. Los Angeles owns the tiebreaker after winning the season series 4-3. Philadelphia hosts the Florida Marlins in its last three games. By drawing 44,905 fans, the Phillies set a franchise record for attendance at 3,465,206. The previous mark was 3,422,583, during last season’s run to the World Series championship. Houston starter Felipe Paulino (3-11) snapped his seven-game losing streak.

Bradford won’t start against Miami By JEFF LATZKE AP Sports Writer

OKLAHOMA CITY — Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford will not start for No. 8 Oklahoma on Saturday at No. 17 Miami. Sooners coach Bob Stoops said Thursday that Landry Jones will start for Bradford, who hasn’t played since spraining the AC joint in his right, throwing shoulder the first week of the season. “Sam has made daily progress, but we don’t feel like he’s quite where he needs to be yet,” Stoops said in a statement. “Our team has a lot of confidence in Landry’s ability and we’re looking forward to going into the game with him at quarterback.” Stoops did not say whether Bradford could serve as Jones’ backup. When he last spoke to reporters, Stoops said he had not ruled out playing both quarterbacks against the Hurricanes (2-1). The Sooners (2-1) have yet to play third-stringer Drew Allen, instead preserving the freshman’s redshirt and using John Nimmo to replace Jones late in their last two blowouts. Offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson said the offense doesn’t change when Landry plays instead of Bradford.

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In this Sept. 5 file photo, Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford stands by the team bench with a shoulder wrap after leaving the game with an injury against BYU. “They’re both very similar,” he said. “We’re really more concerned about what the line can do, what our receivers can do and what’s our plan of attack and to execute and to play sound football. “We’re more worried about the surrounding parts than those two guys.” Bradford sprained his shoulder when he was slammed to the turf late in the first half of Oklahoma’s 14-13 loss to BYU on Sept. 5. Jones, a redshirt freshman, replaced Bradford in the next two games, back-to-back shutouts against Idaho State and Tulsa. Jones threw a school-record six touchdown passes in the 45-0 victory over Tulsa on

Sept. 19, the Sooners’ last game. For the season, he is 49 for 81 for 673 yards with nine touchdowns and three interceptions. “There’s no rushing Sam to get back,” offensive tackle Trent Williams said. “We feel like we can get it done with Landry.” The Sooners’ coaches have said they weren’t trying to gain a competitive advantage by withholding their decision on Bradford. Instead, they were gathering as much information on Bradford’s recovery as possible — and, apparently, giving him every chance to show he’d be able to play. “It’s not like one we’re running the option and in the wildcat and doing all this and then the other guy we’re doing something different,” Stoops said. “Our plan of attack stays the same really all the time.” Miami was preparing the same way. “We’re preparing for Oklahoma’s offense,” coach Randy Shannon said. “We can’t prepare for Sam Bradford or any other quarterback. We’ve got to prepare for the offense. The quarterback is what makes that offense go and they’re not going to change the plays because of who their quarterback is.” Oklahoma’s offense struggled with both

Bradford and Jones at quarterback in the opening game, particularly as the offensive line piled up penalties. Those issues disappeared against Idaho State of the Football Championship Subdivision and Tulsa. Miami, though, has been playing at a higher level and Saturday night will also be Oklahoma’s first true road game of the season. “Sam handled it well as a young guy years back. (Landry’s) started that way,” Wilson said. “A bigger challenge, a much greater team we’re playing this week. It’ll be interesting to see if he’s in that situation how he responds.” Wilson said he left Jones in the last two games longer than he might otherwise have had his starter playing, giving him extra experience running the offense. And just because Jones will be making only his third career start doesn’t mean Wilson will lean on 1,000yard rushers Chris Brown and DeMarco Murray in his play-calling. “We need balance and we need to take care the ball and protect the (quarterback) and attack the defense,” Wilson said. “You don’t go into this arena, no matter who your quarterback is, playing with your hand tied behind your back and playing cautious.”

I think we did give them a run for their money this time,” she said. With the loss, the Warriors are 1-5 in conference play, with rematches against conference opponents looming. “We’ve got several more games to go, and we’re still in this. The girls feel very positive,” said Burton. “It’s a transitional year, so we’re just trying to make the best of it, but I think they’re doing well with the changes, and they’re playing aggressive. So I like what I see.” The Warriors travel to Orange on Tuesday Southern has another

tough week on the horizon. They host Cardinal Gibbons Tuesday, Riverside Wednesday and Orange on Thursday.

RAIDERS WIN, from page 1B Webb took the set 25-18. But all the momentum from the set win disappeared when the Raiders rallied for a 6-0 lead to open the third frame. The only significant run the Warriors could muster brought them to within three at 17-14, but Southern controlled the entire set and won it 25-18. After the Raiders held an early advantage in the fourth set, the Warriors began to rally. A 7-1 run gave them a 13-12 lead, their first since the second set. Southern scored the next four to regain the lead and get some breathing room, but Webb rallied back

again, tying it at 22 with Ginny Brooks’ ace. Facing a fifth set, Turner called a time out to regroup. They came back refocused, scoring the next three points to take the set and the match. “To see my team able to finally focus and pull it away was a good thing. To only give one to them was a good thing tonight,” said Turner. Webb coach Rheta Burton said she was happier with her team’s performance the second time around against Southern Vance. “Last time, we lost to them in three straight, so

Statistics S. Vance Shauna Terry - 28 kills, 3 blocks, 9 digs, 1 ace; Tremanisha Taylor - 24 kills, 7 digs, 1 block, 1 ace; Julia Sumner - 45 assists, 21 digs, 1 kill, 7 aces; Morgan Adcock - 18 digs, 1 kill; Ashley Meador - 12 digs, 4 assists; Amber Edwards12 digs, 1 kill, 2 aces, 2 assists; Katelyn Moore - 7 digs J.F. Webb Kelly Newton - 7 service points, 12 digs, 26 assists, 1 kill, Nicole Powell - 1 ace, 10 digs, 12 kills, 1 block; Ashton Allen - 13 service points, 5 aces, 13 digs, 1 kill; Alyssa Blair - 1 kill, 4 blocks; Devonte Reese - 2 digs, 11 kills, 1 block; Kiana Morton - 9 kills, 5 blocks; Ginny Brooks - 3 aces, 10 digs, 3 assists, 4 kills

Contact the writer at erobinson@hendersondispatch.com.

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Detroit’s Marcus Thames is hit by a pitch from Minnesota’s Scott Baker during the fourth inning of Thursday’ game.

Twins beat Tigers 8-2, Central still up for grabs DETROIT (AP) — The AL Central is still up for grabs. Scott Baker got plenty of run support and pitched the Minnesota Twins to a testy 8-3 victory over Detroit on Thursday, preventing the Tigers from clinching their first division title in 22 years. Minnesota avoided elimination from the playoff race and moved within two games of the first-place Tigers with three to play. The teams split the four-game series. Next up, Detroit hosts the Chicago White Sox this weekend. The Twins get last-place Kansas City at home. Tempers flared late in the game. Detroit manager Jim Leyland was ejected during a face-to-face argument with umpire Angel Hernandez in the eighth inning after Minnesota’s Jose Mijares threw behind Adam Everett. Both benches and bullpens emptied in the ninth after Tigers pitcher Jeremy Bonderman plunked Delmon Young in the leg. An angry Young slammed his helmet to the ground and shouted toward his own teammates in the Minnesota dugout, but there was no pushing or punching.

Rangers 11, Angels 3 ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Chris Davis homered and drove in three runs, Julio Borbon triggered a six-run sixth inning with a go-ahead RBI single and Texas beat the playoff-bound Los Angeles Angels. Kevin Millwood (13-10) recorded his 20th career complete game and third this season. He gave up two earned runs and seven hits in his season finale, tying a season high with 10 strikeouts. He also threw a season-high 122 pitches. The Angels, who played their home finale, open the division series in Anaheim next week against Boston, which beat them in the first round each of

the previous two years. John Lackey, expected to start the playoff opener, threw 40 pitches over two innings and allowed two runs on four hits in his final tuneup. The right-hander finished the regular season 11-8 with a 3.83 in 27 starts.

Red Sox 3, Indians 0 BOSTON (AP) — Jon Lester showed no ill effects from his injury last week and was splendid in a final tuneup for the playoffs, pitching into the seventh inning as the Red Sox handed the Indians their club record-tying 12th straight loss. Boston snapped its season-long six-game skid. Lester (15-8) gave up just two hits, walked one and struck out seven in 6 1-3 innings. He left after walking Jhonny Peralta with one out in the seventh. The 25-year old lefthander was knocked out of last Friday night’s loss to the New York Yankees by a liner in the thirdinning. Orioles 3, Rays 2 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Chris Waters allowed one run over five innings in his first start of the season and Baltimore stopped a 13-game losing streak by beating Tampa Bay. The skid was the longest in the majors this season and the thirdworst in Orioles history. Baltimore dropped 14 consecutive games in August 1954 and opened the 1988 season by losing 21 straight. Waters (1-0) gave up two hits in his 12th career start and first since Sept. 26, 2008. Cla Meredith, Alberto Castillo and Danys Baez combined for three scoreless innings before Jim Johnson got three outs for his ninth save. Johnson gave up a sacrifice fly to Pat Burrell. Ben Zobrist hit his 27th homer for the Rays and Matt Garza (8-12) allowed three runs in six innings.

VIKINGS, from page 1B final frame. “It just kind of deflated everybody,” Hoyle said of the Panther run. “You could see it on their faces out there. Nobody seemed to be able to turn the tide as far as picking the team up and you saw the results.” Northern got as close as 19-11 before the Panthers pulled away to take the set by double digits. The Vikings went toe-to-toe with Orange in the second after losing a close Set 1. The Panthers took a late 23-22 lead, but Northern’s Emily Ellington answered with a kill to square the game. After the Vikings took the lead, Ellington struck again with a kill to end the set. Ellington finished the match with 14 kills and 22 digs. “I thought we had a good momentum change,” said Hoyle. “Going into

the third set, I thought it would do good things for us, but we just couldn’t quite pull that one out.” After a back-and-forth opening set, Northern narrowed its deficit to 24-23, but the Panthers’ Jamie Lea ended the set with an emphatic block to give her team the match advantage. Hannah Thompson tallied 19 kills for the Vikings and Becca Esquivel added 14 assists and 11 digs. Hoyle plans to keep the lineup changes intact for Northern’s next match at home against a strong Chapel Hill squad. “Chapel Hill is a huge team as far as height goes,” said Hoyle. “They’re just massive. Our middle players are the tallest players we have, so we’ll probably keep it the way we have it.”


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West Division W L Pct x-Los Angeles 93 66 .585 222 Demarcus Simmons 215 Bennie Woodlief x-Colorado 91 68 .572 215 Bennie Woodlief 213 Michael A. Dover San Francisco 86 73 .541 213 Michael A. Dover Weekly Team Achievements San Diego 74 85 .465 573 Ed Shuttleworth Weekly Team Achievements Arizona .428 HIGH GAME SCRATCH HIGH SERIES SCRATCH HIGH GAME HANDICAP HIGH 68 SERIES 91 HANDICAP HIGH GAME SCRATCH HIGH SERIES SCRATCH HIGH GAME HANDICAP HIGH SERIES HANDICAP Weekly Team Achievements 951 4 BOWLERS & JOE 2697 4 BOWLERS & JOE 1076 CLAYTON VACUUM 2986 CAROLINA LANES 241Joe Joe Wheless 241 Wheless

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264 Leanne Baxter

261 Barbara Grenier

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Season To Date Team Achievements 181 Lois Blue Cleveland 5, Chicago White Sox 1, 1st game Season To Date Team Achievements

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677 Maryann Venable

629 THE SKATEEUM

674 Irene Turner

628 DOWNTOWN ANTIQUES

673THE Helen Gregory 602 LUNCH BUNCH 673JACHIN Mary Bowen 587

HIGH SERIES HANDICAP Kansas City 4, N.Y. Yankees 3 2538 HEADS UP Detroit 7, Minnesota 2 900 HEADS UP 2537 CAROLINA LANES Tampa Bay 5, Baltimore 3 1766 THE SKATEEUM 628 DOWNTOWN 900 ANTIQUES HEADS UP 2537BUNCH CAROLINA LANES 1704 THE LUNCH 868 DOWNTOWN ANTIQUES 2496 THE LUNCH BUNCH 1704 THE LUNCH BUNCH 868BUNCH DOWNTOWN ANTIQUES 2496ANGELS THE LUNCH BUNCH 602 THE LUNCH 1685 EC TERRY'S 866 JACHINToronto 12, Boston 24840JACHIN 1685 EC TERRY'S ANGELS 2484 ANTIQUES JACHIN 587 JACHIN 866 JACHIN 1663 DOWNTOWN 863 EC TERRY'S ANGELS 2478 1, FOGG'S EXXON 0, 2nd game Chicago White Sox Cleveland 1663 DOWNTOWN ANTIQUES 863 EC TERRY'S ANGELS 2478 FOGG'S EXXON L.A. Angels 5, Texas 0 HIGH GAME SCRATCH

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671 Ruth Bradley

Season To Date Team Achievements HIGH GAME SCRATCH 673 CAROLINA LANES

Friday’s Games Chicago White Sox (Peavy 2-0) at Detroit (E.Jackson 13-8), 7:05 p.m. Toronto (Purcey 1-2) at Baltimore (Berken 5-12), 7:05 p.m. Cleveland (Sowers 6-10) at Boston (Matsuzaka 3-6), 7:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 19-7) at Tampa Bay (Price 9-7), 7:38 p.m. Kansas City (DiNardo 0-2) at Minnesota (Manship 0-1), 8:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Jer.Weaver 15-8) at Oakland (G.Gonzalez 6-6), 10:05 p.m. Texas (McCarthy 7-4) at Seattle (Snell 5-2), 10:10 p.m.

TRANSACTIONS Thursday’s Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL n American League BOSTON RED SOX—Promoted Sam Kennedy to executive vice president/chief operating officer and Jonathan Gilula to executive vice president/business affairs. n Can-Am League SUSSEX SKYHAWKS—Released LHP Ed Campusano, LHP Alex Smith, C Ryan Boelsen, INF Jesse Fuller, OF Ryan Crespi and OF Ron Perodin. BASKETBALL n National Basketball Association CHICAGO BULLS—Waived C Steven Hill. MILWAUKEE BUCKS—Waived F Marcus Hubbard and G Mark Tyndale.

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FOOTBALL n National Football League CAROLINA PANTHERS—Signed DT Hollis Thomas. Released DT Ra’Shon Harris. HOCKEY n National Hockey League ATLANTA THRASHERS—Assigned D Nathan Oystrick to Chicago (AHL) and D Chad Denny to Gwinnett (ECHL). DALLAS STARS—Signed D Stephane Robidas to a four-year contract extension, through the 2013-14 season. NEW JERSEY DEVILS—Announced RW Brendan Shanahan has left the team. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS—Recalled D MarcAndre Bourdon and G Michael-Lee Teslak from Adirondack (AHL). PHOENIX COYOTES—Signed C Colin Long. Assigned F Kevin Porter to San Antonio (AHL). n American Hockey League ADIRONDACK PHANTOMS—Announced D randy Jones has been assigned to the team by Philadelphia (NHL). Released F Tomas Sinisalo. Reassigned D David Sloane to Kalamazoo (ECHL). CHICAGO WOLVES—Released D Brett Motherwell. SYRACUSE CRUNCH—Signed C Jared Aulin and LW Tim Miller. ECHL MUSKEGON LUMBERJACKS—Signed LW Jesse Biduke and LW Bryce Dale. COLLEGE BOWLING GREEN—Signed men’s basketball coach Louis Orr to a two-year contract extension through the 2013-14 season. MOUNT OLIVE—Named Clarence Rose men’s and women’s assistant golf coach. PENN STATE—Signed men’s basketball coach Ed DeChellis to a three-year contract extension through the 2013-14 season. SAM HOUSTON STATE—Named Leslie Reinecker women’s assistant basketball coach. SHENANDOAH—Named Patrick Wingfield assistant baseball coach.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Hiram Atwater returned an interception 40 yards for a touchdown to seal UAB’s 30-17 win over Southern Mississippi on Thursday night, the Blazers’ first victory over their Conference USA rival. The Blazers (2-3, 2-1) had set up Josh Zahn’s second field goal of the fourth quarter after recovering a muffed punt. Southern Miss (3-2, 1-1) still needed only a touchdown and extra point to improve to 10-0 over UAB. Atwater stepped in front of Austin Davis’s first pass of the drive that started with 1:19 left and no timeouts. Atwater crossed the field and raced into the end zone. He earlier recovered a fumble to set up the goahead score late in the third quarter. Joe Webb rushed for 138 yards and a touchdown and passed for another score for the Blazers, who had lost

three straight games and were humiliated 70-14 by the Golden Eagles last season. This time, UAB caught a Southern Miss team fresh from a 35-28 loss to No. 18 Kansas, and without leading rusher Damion Fletcher (groin injury) and No. 2 receiver DeAndre Brown (shoulder). Zahn hit a 51-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter and a 33-yarder with 1:27 left. The first kick was a yard shy of the school record accomplished three times. The Golden Eagles made it 20-17 with Davis’s 20-yard touchdown pass to Quentin Pierce with 5:24 left. Pierce had to reach back for the ball but side-stepped a diving defender on the thirdand-18 play. Davis completed six of seven passes for 70 yards on the drive, with the only miss coming when he was called for intentional grounding right before the score. He couldn’t pull out another one at the end of a big night.

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BACKYARD FAMILY SALE 227 Parrott Rd. off SR #158. Sat. 10/3. 7am-Noon. (No early birds, please!) Maytag washer/dryer, refrigerator (side-byside), dishwasher, mini/dorm washer, furniture, toys, ceramic figurines, computer desk, novelty items, household & much more!

1502 Raleigh Rd. in front of Evans BBQ. Sat. 10/3. 6am-10am. Women & boys clothes & shoes, DJ mixer, entert. cntr., Home Interior items & much more!

2 Family Yard Sale Sat. 10/3 7am - 1pm at 413 Dabney Dr across from Advance Printers. Furniture, playstation games, movies, toys, clothes, Christmas items, household items, kids golf clubs.

211 Par Dr. (The Links) Sat. 10/3. 7am-Noon. Lg. women & children clothes, shoes, jewelry, silk flowers, Chrismas village, electric grill, old lawn mower, misc.

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214 HARRIET ST., 5BR, 1 Ba, incomplete repairs, good investment or ďŹ rst home opportunity, possible owner ďŹ nancing, NOW ONLY $20,000.

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118 S. BULLOCK STREET, 3 BRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, 1 BA, good investment, tenant occupied at $475/month, motivated seller, $42,500

82 WILLOW CREEK RUN, priv. subd. off Kelly Rd. in Dabney, lovely 3 BRs, 2 1/2 BAs, formal LR & DR, FR, fp, hdwd ďŹ&#x201A;rs, sunrm, sundeck, 2.87 acs, & more, $239,900

1024 E. ANDREWS AVE. brick, 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, cent. H/AC, (interior framing only-sheet rock, etc. removed due to water damage) $55,000.

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1010 Parham St, Spacious 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA, bonus room, updated kitchen, formal living & dining rooms, Florida Room, 2 ďŹ replaces, beautiful hardwood & ceramic tile ďŹ&#x201A;oors, nice landscaping. $199,900

246 DABNEY DRIVE, ofďŹ ce building, 1198 sq. ft. w/reception area, 4 ofďŹ ces, kitchen, restroom, storage area, parking area, front/rear lot exits, zoned O-I, $160,000

110 MEADOWBROOK LANE, OXFORD, 3BR, 2 1â &#x201E;2 BA. Kit w/ breakfast nook & bay wind, DR, FR w/fp, sunroom, deck, patio, pav. driv & walkways, nice landscaped lot & more, $162,000.

232 BURWELL AVE., Triplex Apartment, 1 (1 BR & 1 BA) and 2 (2 BR & 1 BA) good condition, separate utilities, $80,000

117 CROWDERS POND RD, Warren County, 1200 sf. with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, appliances, carpet, heat pump, convenient to Norlina or Warrenton $123,500.

233 E. Andrews Ave., 6 apartments, each w/ 1 bedroom, 1 bath, living room, kitchen, electric heat, separate utilities except water by owner, all units occupied, $197,500.

51 ALLEN LANE, elegant & spacious, 4 BRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, 3 full BAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, 2 car garage, sundeck, brick foundation, .7 acre lot, many other features, must see to appreciate, motivated seller, $117,900

219 W. ROCKSPRING ST, 2256 sq. ft., 7 BR, 2 BA, LR w/FP, DR, Kit, garage, repairs/upgrades needed and detached ofďŹ ce building (major repairs needed), corner lot 192 x 148, NOW ONLY $99,900.

123 COLLEGE STREET, 2 or 3 Bed- 314 POWELL STREET/ 3 BR, 1 BA, rooms, 1 bath, good investment or ďŹ rst good ďŹ rst home or investment, possible home, $36,500 lease w/option to buy, furnished or unfurnished, $39,900

1202 N. Garnett St., 3 BR or possible 4 BR, 2 BA, Kit, LR or FR, large MBR, possible commercial use, MOTIVATED SELLER, $69,500

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715 E. ANDREWS AVE., income producing, 5 apartment, 3 rooms & 1 BA/ unit, separate utilities, good investment, NOW ONLY $105,000

ACREAGE/LOTS *Vicksboro Rd, 69.85 Acres, *John Bullock Rd, 41 acres +/*John Bullock Rd, 7.79 acres +/*Andrews Av/Williams St, 1.68 acres, zoned B-2 318 BODDIE ST., Beacon Light Apartments *E. Andrews, .9 acre, zoned B-4 323 Manson-Drewry Road, I-85 Convenience Store/Restaurant business with 108 vacant units, 1-4 BR, some ďŹ re damage *Oxford, 36 acres +/-, I-85 gas/diesel fuels, paved parking, 6 camp & vandalism, sound structure otherwise, HUD service Rd, zoned B-2 sites, 3.5 acres, easy access to Kerr restrictions but efforts underway to remove, Lake, $575,000 â&#x20AC;&#x153;as isâ&#x20AC;? for cash only, make offer, $400,000


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3 Families. 2810 US Hwy. 158 beside College Station. Sat. 10/3. 7:30am-12:30pm. Home Interiors, antiques, household, etc.

BIG BLACK BOX TRUCK IS BACK 700 Fred Royster Rd 8am - Until Dark sofa, Patio Set, microwave, sofa table, old trunks, dressers, antique rocker, futon w/ mattress, baby crib & changing table, sentry safe, TVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, bookcase, lamps, clothes, & Freebies 252-431-4271

3 Family Garage Sale Sat. 10/3 7am-until 151 Stuart Farm rd (Across from Newton Dairy rd) 914 S.Cokesbury Rd. Sat. 10/3 7am - 1pm Furniture, Bedding/ Curtains, Dishes/ Kitchenware,VCRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Gas Stove Misc... Back Yard Sale Sat. 10/3 31 Gupton Lane off Vicksboro Rd. 8am-until To much to list, if rain will cancel till 10/10

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Brewer Cycles parking lot. Warrenton Rd. Sat. 10/3. 7am-until. Love seat, curio cabinet, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s clothes sz 1016, baby clothes, toys, lots of Christmas items, etc.

Cokesbury United Methodist Church Friendship Class 2440 South Cokesbury Road Sat. 10/3 7am - Noon Clothes, furniture, lots of miscellaneous. Bake Sale, Ham & Sausage biscuits, Coffee, Hot Dogs, Crafts No Early Shoppers! Rain or Shine!

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HUGE MULTI-FAMILY Sat. 10/1 7am - until 5398 Hicksboro Rd. Furniture, China, Kids Clothes, Toys, Mics.

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Sat. 10/3 INCO Parking Lot at 602 Garnet St. 8am- until Furniture, Household goods, misc. items, baked goods.

Huge Multi-Family Sale! Sat. 10/3. 8am-Noon. The Peanut Roaster. 394 Zeb Robinson Rd Furniture, clothes, baby items, shoes, toys, household, lots more!

Edwards Body Shop. Hwy. 39 S. Sat. 10/3. 7am-Noon. Christmas, Halloween, Fall decorations, misc. household, lots more!

Large garage sale! #158 N. past Greystone. Look for sign. Fri & Sat. 10/2 & 3 8am-until. Kids clothes, baby items, toys galore! 252-492-9776.

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7am-1pm Lamps, clothes, toys, household, etc. Multi-Family 275 Carey Chapel Rd. Sat. 10/3. 8am-Noon. Camper, truck, car, baby, teen, men & womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s clothing, toys, furniture, appliances, etc.

Timberlake Estates. 823 Franklin Ln. Sat. 10/3. 7am-Noon. Boys (age 35) & girls (age 5-7) clothes, toys, household & much more!

MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE 6521 Hicksboro Rd. Oxford 8am - noon Lots of Misc. items 222222

YARD SALE 2530 Sims Ave. 7am - Until Mens & Womens Dress Clothes, Boys Clohes, Household items & toys

Sat 10/3 7am - until 1280 Bearpond Rd Henderson Tools, Boat, Old Records & Lots Misc...

YARD SALE Sat. 10/3 7am - until 1567 Peace St. Misc items

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Church furniture. Pulpit, 3 minister chairs, communion table, 2 flower tables. 28 pews w/book racks, communion cup holders & card holders: (22 15ft long) (2 10ft.) (2 8ft) (2 7ft.) All solid oak w/red cushions. Very good condition. $5000 OBO. Henry Andrews 252492-8705.

Large Entertainment Center Cost $1200 New, Solid Oak, Beatiful, Asking $700 OBO 252-456-3168

American Pit Bull Terrier Puppies 6wks old. All colors M/F. First Shots given. Champion Sired Parents on Premises. 919-702-8655

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Aluminum, Copper, Scrap Metal&Junk Cars Paying $75-$175 Across Scales Mikes Auto Salvage, 252-438-9000.

Rottweiller Pups 9 wks. Full blooded. No papers. Dew claws removed. Tails docked. 1st shots, wormed Females Parents on site. $200 ea. 919-283-4559

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114 Rock Creek Circle. 2000+ sq.ft., 3BRs, 2BAs, Formal Dining, family room with fireplace, hardwood floors, crown molding, great location. $162,000

2103 Southerby. 3BR/2BA 1381 sqft. with new hardwood floors, only mins from Hwy 50 & Hwy 56. $144,900

425 Lewis St. 1240 sq. ft on 1.04 acre lot. single family home, can be used as commercial. Great location for Office, Day care or business. Zoned B2 $199,500

835 Community House Rd. 1800 sq.ft, 3 BR, 2BA, lrg family rm w/FP, 2 car Garage, Florida Room, 1 acre lot in great location. $165,000

5023B Dorsey Rd. 1152 sq. ft., 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA’s, nice open floor plan, eat-in kitchen, large master, huge deck, $119,500

5523 Mary’s Way. Rougement. 1792 sq.ft. 3 BRs, 2 BAs, Family Room w/Fireplace. $94,000

WATERFRONT VIEW W/DOCK

ONLY $154,000

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158 RIDGEWAY WARRENTON RD. ONLY $205,000

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211 Coleman Street. 720 sp ft. 2 BRs 1 BAs, Enclosed back porch, Harwoods through out. On .5 acre lot. $72,000

1140 Dixie Hollow Rd. 2408 sq.ft. 3 BR’s, 2 BA’s on 9.55 acres $225,000

1026 LIMERTOWN ROAD

402 OPIE FRAZIER ROAD

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River Front Lots, Rare Find!

COMMERCIAL, LAND, LOTS AND RESIDENCES 2995 N. GARNETT HIGHWAY MLS #1619743 $199,000 3041 N. GARNETT STREET MLS #1644947 $250,000 1 N. COKESBURY ROAD MLS #1003693 $65,000 PETER GILL ROAD MLS #1604087 $350,000 0000 HAYWOOD WRIGHT ROAD MLS #1622563 $190,200

JAMES WINSTON R ACT T ROAD ER CON$20,900 MLS #1643660 UND 432 FLANAGAN ROAD MLS #1637099 $159,900 153 VALLEY DRIVE $85,000 326 PINECREST $99,900 SOUL CITY LOTS - Call Charles Deerfield Lots/Warren County

BROKERS OPIE FRAZIER 252-430-1111 HAROLD N. FRAZIER 252-226-2118 LEBERT HOWES 252-425-4119 HORACE MARSHBURN 252-430-1111 STEVE BALL 252-432-6451 CHARLES WORTH 252-213-1818

Lot 1 Rivers Edge Beautiful 3.26 acre building lot that backs up to the river. $45,000

Lot 3 Rivers Edge. 6.23 acres in beautiful country setting. $78,000 New Construction: Land Sales: Residential Sales: Commercial: Broker In Charge:

1079 Henry Huff Rd. Beautiful 73.47 ac farm, quiet, peaceful, rolling hills, great views. 1545 sq.ft. home built in 1942. $250,000 Patrick Noel 919-691-8685 Guy Whithurst 919-690-2474 Benji Hight 919-691-4415 Luther Brooks 919-690-8173 Susan Brooks 919-690-7300

Rivers Edge Rd 3.26 acres

$45,000

Rivers Edge Rd. 3.41 acres

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Rivers Edge Rd. 6.23 acres

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Henry Huff Rd. 46 +/- acres

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Henry Huff Rd 73.47 +/- acres $250,000 Wingate Creek, 1.42 acres $19,900 Dogwood Dr. 1.25 acres $19,900 Call us for more information.

112 W. McCLANAHAN STREET Oxford, NC

(919) 693-8000 “Buying or Selling” Call William Adcock, Brenda Currin, Todd Adcock or Carol Huber

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618 PUCKETT ROAD - STOVALL. This listing is neat as pin and great for a starter or retirement home. Quietly located at the edge of Stovall (but still on city water and sewer) it sports an acre lot with many varieties of vegetation AND..a garden to grow your own veggies. 3 Bdrms and 2 Baths. If you’re looking for peace and quiet, come see. Only $79,900.

9538 GEORGE HUFF ROAD - Water is on the front and side giving a 180-degree view of Beautiful Kerr Lake. Custom built w/almost 2900 sq. ft. 4 BR’s, 3.5 BA’s. Vaulted ceilings, hardwoods, office, master BR down and up. Dock already in place. Screened porch and deck to enjoy the Great lake View. $649,000.

HORNER SIDING ROAD: Doublewide with over 1800 heated sq. ft. 3 BR’s, 2 BA’s (master BA has separate shower and garden tub). 16x26ft. family room w/FP. Stove, ref, washer/dryer & dishwasher convey with property. 1-acre lot in a Great Neighborhood. $99,900.

NICE OLDER HOME - with spacious kitchen and family room combination. Formal living room and dining room. 2 BR’s downstairs; 2 BR’s and BA upstairs. Partial working basement. $109,900.

VERY WELL MAINTAINED HOME - with full basement, hardwood floors, tile baths - open design for living area. Screened porch, 2 car carport, storage building. Basement is partially finished with multiple room for many options. Bonus room has fireplace, half bath plumbed for shower. County Taxes! $171,900

6610 CLEARWATER DRIVE - This home is absolutely immaculate! There’s only been one owner and she’s a neatnik. It sports 4 BR’s, 2 BA’s both living & family rooms, eat-in kitchen plus a formal dining room. The lot is quite lovely with the home sitting back off the paved road. There’s a great Playhouse/ Storage building in back for the kids or all your gear. Come on, I know you’ll appreciate!. $109,900.

115 SADDLETREE ROAD - Need space? Look at this 4 BR 3 full BA’s with over 2600 heated sg. ft. Formal Living and Dining rooms-New kitchen counter tops and appliances-Den with Masonry Fireplace and Family Room w/Masonry fireplace and custom made wet bar. Freshly Painted. $229,900.

103 WARD - Well maintained brick home in quiet and convenient area. 1200 Sq. ft., 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 baths, Hardwood floors, fenced rear yard for kids or pets, carport, house backs up to large wooded area for privacy, appliances included, tile in full and half bath. Roof and water heater less than 3 years old. Great for first time buyer!!! ONLY $106,000

174 PINE CONE DRIVE - Spacious home with basement. Over 2200 heated sq. ft. on the main level with 3 BD and 2 BA Beautiful Oak hdwd floors, moldings throughout. Eat-in kit w/lots of cabinets. Formal Dining Room, LR w/FP & Family room. Basement w/ bar, fireplace & walkout to brick patio. $299,900

309 PINE TREE ROAD - All brick ranch with attached carport and paved drive. This home has 3 BR’s, Family Room, kitchen/dining combination and ceramic bath. Carpet over oak floors in BR and Family room. Central gas heat and A/C. Just painted inside and ready for immediate occupancy. $92,500

4027 HWY 96 SOUTH - Nice 2 bedroom home with large rooms and hardwood floors. Ceramic bath, utility room with sink and pantry. Enclosed porch and single car carport. Convenient to I-85; located in South Granville school district. $89,900.

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Great Mini Farm with pastures-3 ponds-fieldsmostly cleared. Old farm house sitting on 51 acres SW of Oxford. Out buildings & sheds. Great location just outside of Oxford close to Durham. Farm house needs some repairs but seems to be in fairly good condition, replacement windows. $249,900.

GRACIOUS LIVING IN THIS MAGNIFICENT SOUTHERN 2-STORY HOME! All brick exterior, slate roof, all formal areas, 4 or 5BR’s, 3 full ceramic BA’s, paneled den w/FP, Heart Pine & Oak floors throughout. Dual zone 15 seer heat pumps, custom kitchen cabinets, 1ac. w/efficiency apartment. Storage bldg. behind garage. Located in Oxford’s Historic District! A Must See! $599,900.

221 MAIN STREET - ONE OF OXFORDS FINEST!!! Stately 2-story neo-classical revival style mansion. Built in 1913, this gem has a long list of updates. 5 BRs, 3 full BAs and 1200 sq ft walk up attic. Gorgeous FPs, oak and heartpine flrs, custom cabinets in kit. and butler’s pantry, screened porch with built in hot tub, 2 car det. garage. Beautiful corner lot in the center of Oxfords Historic District. $635,000.

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517 COLLEGE STREET - Located in Oxford’s Historical District and built around 1880- this house has Eastlake decorative style applied to both the exterior and interior. The staircase has massive carved newel posts and there are colored glass transoms over the doors & many windows. REDUCED $179,000

NICE HOME - NICE NEIGHBORHOOD: 3 bedrooms, full Ceramic tile bath and 1/2 bath. Large kitchen, dining and Family room with fireplace (gas logs), built-in-bookcases. Utility room with washer and dryer. Aluminum siding and 2-car carport. Refrigerator, stove, washer/dryer convey with property. Side yard with plenty of space for a garden. $112,000

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HORSES NEEDED! - 1 1/2 story house with 3 BR’s and 2 full BA’s Master on main floor. Full unfinished basement - situated on 21.2 acres with horse lounging barn and pond. Farm is fenced and cross-fenced. Rare find and only 4 minutes to 1-85. Call today for an appointment. $389,000. PRIVACY AND COUNTRY LIVING. - 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bath manufactured house on 5 acres. 1200 sq. ft. workshop with 14 ft. roll up door. 10 miles north of Oxford just past Joe Toler Oak Elementary School take left on Redding Road. Call LO $89,000.

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THRIVING FAST FOOD TAKE OUT REST. See LO about equipment that conveys, all less than 2 years old. Profitable Turn Key, completely redone within last 2 years.

GREAT VALUE!! Walking distance to downtown. 4th bedroom does not have a closet. Kitchen and 2 full baths are completely NEW! Wood floors, large utility room, separate office, new screened back porch overlooks partially fenced rear yard with garden area and several storage bldgs. Too many updates to list-don’t miss this one! $139,900.

LOTS of Square Feet for the price! Attached garage-large separate Family room-sunroommasonry fireplace in living room-covered front porch-stone patio-over 1 acre situated for Great Privacy. Sunroom is great space and is additional 150 sq.ft. not included in total sq.ft. $129,900.

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2BR, 1BA. 209 Craig Ave. Central heat & air. $400/mo + dep. & ref. 252-492-8524. 2BR, 2BA apt. $550/ mo. 1BR apt. $375/mo. 2BR MH $300/mo. Ref. & dep. 252-438-3738 2BR, 2BA. Central heat & air. Freshly painted. 825 Arrow St. $550/mo. 252-438-6605.

3BR, 2BA, LR, DR, kit. Large fenced yard, pool, deck, shed. 620 Puckett St., Stovall. $750/mo. + dep. 443-366-1958.

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Dreamhome in Hills 136 acres, 6300 sf home. Unbelievable Mtn Views Ponds, Granville County Owner: 919-624-7905 Call for pics: $999,900

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Watkins Community. Secluded 2BR brick, all appliances, garage, laundry room. 1 YR. LEASE. Serious inquiries only. $800/mo. + sec dep. 252-4322974

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3070 CAMERON DRIVE $237,500 Peggy Mason (252) 492-0174

400 ACRE RANCH - 2 year old quality built home. 7 miles of fencing, 230 acres of pasture, 100 acres planted pines, 3 1/2 acre pond, frontage on 2 roads.

130 PINE CONE DRIVE-updated multi-level home, 4 BR, 3 1/2 New BA, wide crown molding, beautiful ďŹ&#x201A;oors, fresh paint, new kitchen, granite countertops, new roof and porch.

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71 WINDSOR COURT $189,900 Karen Abbott (252) 432-9135

225 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE $339,000 Ashley Stewardson (252) 226-2035

949 Meadow Lane $ 339,000 Peggy Mason (252) 492-0174 T ENIEN CONVVING LI

$3,000 CLOSING COST 120 ROCKY CREEK ROAD $88,500 Denise Edwards (252) 431-4015

1106 SHIRLY DRIVE $93,995 Michelle Breadlove (252) 432-4089

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719 S. CHESTNUT STREET $67,500 Tommy Haithcock (252) 213-3606

507 ZENE STREET, $68.500 Karen Abbott (252) 432-9135

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5835 VICKSBORO ROAD $109,000 Stephanie Hoyle (252) 432-0343

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102 HOLLY DRIVE - Must see to appreciate! 4 BR, 3 BA, Full ďŹ nished basement, Hardwood and ceramic tile ďŹ&#x201A;oors. 1 acre lot. County taxes.

NEAR WILTON - Built November, 2005, Enjoy Kerr lake at this spacious home 1939 sq. ft., 7 rooms, large hilltop lot, 4 BR, that offers the possibility of buying 2.5 BAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, gas logs, roof-top satellite, 12x12 completely furnished. Great for vacation or primary residence. deck, 2-car garage. Call to see.

1043 WALNUT CREEK DRIVE - Ready to move into, well-maintained, 3 BR, 2 BA home in the Berea area. Large level 1.37 acre lot in nice subdivision.

MEADOWBROOK. Nice ranch style home in the Thorndale Country Club area with 3 BR, 2 BA, open kitchen and family room w/ gas log ďŹ replace, refrigerator, stove and washer/dryer.

491 WALTER BOWEN RD. $89,000 Michelle Breedlove (252) 432-4089

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COUNTRY CLUB LOT - $60,000 430 JANE AVENUE $64,900 Denise Edwards (252) 431-4015

169 PINE CONE DRIVE-wonderful location, convenient to downtown Oxford. 3 BR, 2 BA brick ranch with large LR, FR and nice KIT, sep DR.

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79 HARPER LANE $49,900 Tommy Haithcock (252) 213-3606

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Homes For Sale Homes & MHs. Lease option to owner finance. As low as $47,900. $2000 dn. $495/mo. 2, 3 & 4BR. 252-492-8777

Land For Sale Manufactured Homes For 2 Acres, only $13,990 Close to Kerr Lake Sale Manufactured OK 919-693-8984; Pics: owner@newbranch.com

Homes For Sale 3 Bed 2 Bath Home Between Henderson & Warrenton. Quiet, Nice. $750/mo 919-693-8984

Model Home: 4BR, 3 Full baths. 2280 sq ft. Time running out on the $8000.00 tax credit. Must see @ Ventures’s Housing Center. 525 Raleigh Road Henderson NC 252-433-9595

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Fall Festival of Homes Sale. A Variety of models in stock and factory overstock are available including Modulars, Doublewides and Singlewides. Call Dan Burnett for details today 252-492-5017

Beautiful country setting. Ready to move in! 3BR, 2BA singlewide on 1 acre of land. 336-597-5539.

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1997 Pontiac Bonnieville Runs Good Asking $800 252-432-0746

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