Tarboro moves to within a win of third straight state title game–Source: Rocky Mount Telegram

BEULAVILLE — East Duplin controlled the clock and the ball, but the scoreboard belonged to Tarboro on Friday night.

The Vikings scored once early and took advantage of a late East Duplin turnover for the go-ahead score in a crazy fourth quarter for a 13-10 win at Charles R. Powers Stadium. (Read more)

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Instant runoff not so quick–Source: Rocky Mount Telegram

The Nash County Board of Elections will examine instant runoff voting results for the fifth and final seat on the N.C. Court of Appeals.

The county’s elections board and staff will meet at 10 a.m. Monday inside the auditorium of the Nash County Agriculture Center to count tallies for Court of Appeals Judge candidates Cressie Thigpen and Doug McCullough. They are the two leading vote-getters in this year’s judicial race, which had 11 other candidates. (Read more)

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