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  1. Final matchups set: Tarboro to face East Surry in Saturday nightcapRead the original story

    Saturday | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The championship stage is officially set for the Tarboro Vikings, who beat Edenton Holmes on Friday night at home in the 1-AA semifinals on Friday to advance to the state title game for the second season in a row. And for the second year in a row, they'll play at N.C. State's Carter-Finley Stadium, this time with a 6 p.m. kickoff this Saturday, Dec. 15, against West bracket winner East Surry .

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  2. Edenton's triple-option no match for Tarboro's prepRead the original story

    Friday Dec 7 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    As the 1-AA semifinal game on Friday night at Tarboro High School was winding down, with Tarboro ahead, 48-0, the chit-chat on the Vikings' sideline focused on one thing. "We have a deal, every week, where if we get a shutout, it's donuts," defensive coordinator Andrew Harding said.

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  3. Back again: Tarboro takes down Aces to reach 1-AA title gameRead the original story

    Friday Dec 7 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The top-seeded Vikings defeated Edenton Holmes, 48-7, on Friday to earn their second consecutive berth in the state championship game where they will play the West's No. 4 East Surry on Dec. 15 at N.C. State.

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  4. Tarboro's Craddock named coach of week by PanthersRead the original story

    Friday | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Tarboro football coach Jeff Craddock has been named a coach of the week, as part of a program led by the Carolina Panthers and Toshiba. Craddock is one of 10 high school football coaches from North Carolina and South Carolina to be honored.

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  5. Across the line: Aces will force Tarboro defense to play smartRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 6 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The Tarboro football team is one win away from a berth in the state championship game, and for the second consecutive season Edenton Holmes is the final hurdle to clear in order to get out of the East. The Vikings had no trouble in getting past the Aces in 2017 with a 50-7 victory, though this matchup presents new set of challenges.

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  6. Season finale: For Tarboro seniors, Friday a final chance to play at homeRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 6 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    All teams and all seniors have to face a final home game. Tarboro, by winning excessively, has just been able to delay the inevitable a little bit longer.

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  7. Five notable stats from Tarboro's 28-game win streakRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Tarboro's Melik Ward celebrates a tackle last Friday during the third round NCHSAA 1-AA state playoffs game against North Stanly at Tarboro High School. The Tarboro Vikings, over the course of this 28-game win streak that stretches back to the beginning of the 2017 season, have put up some gaudy numbers on each side of the ball.

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  8. Tarboro's Draughn announces retirement, community eventRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Tarboro native Shaun Draughn, who played his college football at North Carolina and lasted six seasons in the NFL, most recently playing with the San Francisco 49ers in 2016, announced his official retirement from the NFL last week on Twitter and Instagram.

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  9. Business as usual for Holmes, Hoggard against TarboroRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    This season, Edenton Holmes has mostly been focused on the aspects of football it has been able to control. It's been a attitude.

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  10. ECC Honor Society inducts 26 studentsRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    New Phi Theta Kappa honor society members at Edgecombe Community College include, front, from left, Katelyn Lee, Abbey Brake, Alayna Harris, Breanna Cavanaugh, Brandon Andrews, Teresa Kelly, Haley Robbins, Lyndsey Williams, Amanda Smith and back, from left, Trey Lancaster, Gregory Horne, Morgan McNamara, Taylor Williams, Dwayne Alexander, Bryson Parker and Haley Anderson. Edgecombe Community College's Alpha Omega Nu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa inducted 26 students into its membership during a recent ceremony held on the Tarboro campus.

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  11. Gurley Watch: A win, two scores for Tarboro nativeRead the original story

    Monday Dec 3 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    In the epic 54-51 win over the Chiefs on Nov. 19, Todd Gurley somewhat improbably didn't score a touchdown, though he was playing through a minor ankle injury. The scoreless night snapped a 13-game streak of at least one touchdown.

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  12. 120118bread01Read the original story

    Saturday Dec 1 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The state Rural Center recently recognized a small business in the Twin Counties during a two-day event in Raleigh. Franca and Steve Gilbert, owners of Alimentaire Wholesome Breads in Tarboro, were honored as the 2018 Rural Entrepreneurs of the Year at this year's state Rural Assembly held on Nov. 15-16 in Raleigh.

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  13. County boards to elect new leadersRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 1 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The Nash and Edgecombe county boards are scheduled to elect new leaders and swear in newly-elected commissioners Monday during their respective monthly meetings. State Superior Court Judge Quentin Sumner is slated to administer the oaths of office for newly re-elected Nash County commissioners.

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  14. Last one standing: Tarboro gets past North Stanly for spot in 1-AA semisRead the original story

    Friday Nov 30 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    There was an unusual site for Tarboro's football team at Tarboro High School during the fourth quarter on Friday night. Tarboro, by its standards, played a close game against the Comets, coming away with a 28-0 victory to advance to the semifinals of the 1-AA postseason.

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  15. Despite winning, some Vikings overlooked, says CraddockRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 29 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    In the weeks leading up to Tarboro's game against SouthWest Edgecombe in early November, the Vikings' coaching staff decided to add a new wrinkle to its defense. Facing a formidable passing attack for SWE, running back Keon Caudle would chip in on the other side of the ball as a defensive back.

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  16. Gunman robs Tarboro jewelry storeRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    One of Tarboro's oldest business owners wrestled with an armed robber earlier this week, receiving two black eyes, a busted elbow and other injuries. Rex Browning - who has owned and operated Rex Jewelers at three different storefronts on Main Street for more than six decades - tried to stop an unknown gunman from taking his most valued jewels Monday afternoon, according to police and Lynn Browning Taylor, Browning's daughter and partner in the business.

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  17. Last week, Gurley was at home and away from the spotlightRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    For Tarboro's Todd Gurley, commandeering an elite NFL team in the glamour capital of the country, business is most certainly booming. It's a bustling existence for him 2,600 miles from his hometown, complete with endorsement deals and touchdowns in the L.A. Memorial Coliseum.

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  18. Retiring hospital chief honoredRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    The celebration took place at Vidant Edgecombe Hospital in Tarboro with approximately 200 staff members, volunteers and colleagues in attendance. Baker received multiple honors and recognition for his work not only at Vidant Edgecombe Hospital but for Edgecombe County as well.

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  19. Heating assistance offeredRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Under-resourced Twin Counties residents won't be left out in the cold this winter when it comes to heating bills. A program for Rocky Mount residents and a state program managed by Nash and Edgecombe counties will help qualified utility customers with their bills starting next month.

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  20. Women's shelter seeks supportRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 25 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    In order to continue to supply their needs, Vanessa Scaife, owner of the Lighthouse Home, a Rocky Mount shelter for women in recovery from drugs and alcohol, said the 501 3 nonprofit is asking the public for emergency winter donations during the holidays. Scaife said all donations are tax deductible.

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