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Sunday, July 4, 2004

WCC day care features Web cam

Tammy Peele remembers the first time she saw her 14-month-old child at a table coloring a picture. And she wasn't even in the same room. In fact, she was across town at the time. Tammy works with the Wayne...

Pikeville celebrates the 4th

PIKEVILLE -- Carolyn Mack could not get enough of the water slide. It was the first thing she headed towards when she arrived Saturday morning for the Independence Day Festival. Her mother, Crystal, watched as she slid down four...

Officers trained for 'Street Survival'

Representatives from 25 law enforcement agencies across the state learned they must be vigilant, adaptable and mentally prepared to survive in the changing society that is their "office." Nearly 150 officers from the Triangle to the coast participated in the...

Briefly

Biotech degree James Sprunt Community College will begin the fall semester with a new two-year biotechnology program in collaboration with Pitt Community College. "Biotechnology is an emerging field in eastern North Carolina, and we want our students to be qualified...

Marilyn Roseborough new support center director

A father comes through the doors of the Family Support Center desperately trying to find a way to contact his son who is deployed to Iraq. He has to look no farther. After one visit to the center on...

Calypso homebound served meals

CALYPSO -- A Volunteer delivered the first homebound meals to Calypso's elderly on Thursday. The first one to deliver, the Rev. Bruce Powers, is co-pastor of Calypso Baptist Church with his wife, Traci. He loaded the five meals into...

Volunteers needed

Organizers of the upcoming Raza Festival in Warsaw are looking for volunteers. Raza means "all races" in Spanish, and the organizers say the term is used all over Mexico. The people there call it "the people's festival." This year's...

East Carolina grads listed

The following Wayne County students received degrees from East Carolina University during 2004 Spring Commencment: McDonald Armond received a bachelor of science degree in construction management and design. Lindsay Barwick graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science in...

UNC graduates listed

The following students from Wayne County received degrees from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill during 2004 spring commencement: Ayesha Quanette Atkinsonm, bachelor of arts, studio art; Jessica Nicole Bonney, bachelor of arts, biology; Kevin Jawarren Carr, bachelor of...

Wayne County Superior Court

These cases have been heard in Wayne County Superior Court: *George Washington Chavis III, 50, Autumn Winds Drive, larceny from the person, 70 to 93 months (habitual felon). *Daniel R. Boseman, 20, South Church Street, Mount Olive, breaking and...

Mount Olive District Court

These cases have been heard in Mount Olive District Court: *Anthony Jerome McKinney, 41, East Franklin Street, Mount Olive, possession of drug paraphernalia, 45 days suspended, 12 months supervised probation, 30 hours community service, $100 fine and costs. *Tiffany...

Wayne County District Court

These cases have been heard in Wayne County District Court: *Javarus Juante Wooten, 23, Dory Circle, Dudley, assault on a female, 150 days; resisting arrest, 45 days; assault on a female, 150 days; second-degree trespass, 20 days; domestic violence...

Student news

Phillip Lampron, a graduate of North Duplin High School, received a North Carolina Teaching Fellow Scholarship to attend the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. He also received the Lois W. Precythe Memorial Scholarship of $5,000, to be divided over...

Music festival Saturday

"An Evening of Blues," the third annual WEJA Music Festival, will take place Saturday from 6 until 8:30 p.m. at the Paramount Theatre in Goldsboro. Tickets cost $10 per person and can be purchased at the theater beginning at 2...

Volunteer Wayne has opportunities

Volunteer Wayne offers opportunities to serve Wayne County for all ages. This service is provided by Volunteer Wayne and the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) at Wayne Community College. Contact Joy Pearce at 735-5151 ext. 336 or at www.volunteersolutions.org/uwwc/volunteer...