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Monday, April 19, 2004

Deputies dive for debris

Tiny bubbles floating up to the surface of this stream by Mill Creek Road are the only indication of diver Jayson Hill's location in the black water. A slight breeze ruffles the dark water, and seconds later Hill emerges,...

Goldsboro Toastmasters celebrate 50th Anniversary

Evon Young walked into her first Goldsboro Toastmasters Club meeting a year and a half ago and saw a bunch of unfamiliar faces all around. She did not know much about the club and was even a little shy...

Author to speak at Library Friends annual meeting

Author Henry Wiencek will make his second appearance of the day in Goldsboro on Tuesday when he speaks at the Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Wayne County Library at 7 p.m. His latest book "An Imperfect God:...

Spring Creek finishes second in state Odyssey of the Mind

Spring Creek Elementary School's Odyssey of the Mind team won second place in the state competition over the weekend and advances to the World Finals next month. The state event was held on Saturday at Appalachian State University, with...

OPINION -- The direct approach

Incentives can be a good management tool. I was working in the Washington office of Congressman Herbert C. Bonner back in the late 1940s and a rumor surfaced that the president's daughter, Margaret Truman Daniels, might be "expecting." One...

Public records

Shooting A 21-year-old Goldsboro man was wounded Sunday as he was walking north in the 900 block of Lincoln Drive near Olivia Lane, a Goldsboro police report said. Rossano Harris of Lincoln Drive was taken to Wayne Memorial Hospital, stabilized...