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Wednesday, January 28, 2004

Sunset over ice

News-Argus/Brent Hood Ice covering the ground at Cherry Farms glistens from the reflection of amber colored lights from the Neuse Correctional Center on Tuesday evening....

Tuesday was filled with fun and fear

Motorists began venturing out on city and county roads Tuesday, while children enjoyed sliding on the icy hills and driveways. By noon Tuesday, most of the major roads within the city were clear, either from salt, warmer temperatures or...

Thaw is slow coming for much of N.C.

RALEIGH (AP) -- The higher temperatures needed to melt snow and ice that have strangled much of North Carolina will arrive slowly because of wind associated with a cold front, forecasters said today. The National Weather Service issued a high...

J.B. Rhodes files election appeal

Goldsboro City Councilman J.B. Rhodes has filed an appeal to try to get a new election to keep his seat on the council. Rhodes' appeal was filed Friday in the Wake County Superior Court, but no court date has been...

Anderson to run for fourth term

Wayne County Commissioner Andy Anderson announced Tuesday that he will run for re-election in District 1. Anderson, a Republican, is seeking his fourth term on the county board. No one else has announced in his district, which covers most of...

MOC students win scholarships

MOUNT OLIVE -- Five Mount Olive College students have received a $3,000 scholarship from Smart Start to earn a degree to help young children become prepared for school. The Smart Start Scholarship Program is funded by the Wayne County Partnership...

Parenting classes

When children are born, they don't come with a manual. Parents often wish they could attend a class on the subject. A series of parenting classes begins Thursday at Blue Horizons Counseling Center, the umbrella agency to Wayne County...

The thaw is under way for Wayne

Although a thick fog hid the sun Tuesday, the mercury climbed high enough to begin melting some of the ice and snow that had hampered travel on county roads for three days. Weather conditions over the next few days...

Public Record

Ice causes wrecks Ice caused an unusual head-on collision Tuesday morning on U.S. 70, the Goldsboro Police Department reported. Delia Epifunia Vindel, 33, of Durham Lake Road, Dudley, was driving west on the highway around 7:30 a.m. when she hit...

Open house planned for N.C. State textile school

RALEIGH -- High school students, their parents, teachers and the public can learn more about the North Carolina State University College of Textiles when the college holds its annual Open House from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb....

Neuse River Foundation chooses new director

NEW BERN -- Becky Book is the new executive director of the Neuse River Foundation. She was promoted from office administrator, a position she held since September of 2001. She also recently earned a Certificate for Non-Profit Management from Duke...

ECU to hold drum workshops

GREENVILLE -- Rick Latham, author of "Advanced Funk Studies," longtime drummer with the Edgar Winter Group, and now frontman of his own jazz sensation, will perform and teach in Greenville in early February. On Thursday, Feb. 5, Latham appears...

Briefly

Bloodmobile The Wayne County Chapter of the American Red Cross will have a Bloodmobile on Thursday from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Goldsboro Milling Co. Donors will receive a coupon for a free car wash. Neuse replica Seven Springs...