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Monday, October 25, 2004

Nonprofit groups rely on fair for fund-raisers

The Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair is not only a time for everyone to enjoy good food and entertainment, it also serves as one of the largest fund-raisers for churches and other nonprofit organizations. Milton Ingram, the fair manager, said there...

Twenty-nine groups have fair booths

Here are the nonprofit organizations that had booths at this year's Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair: *Church of God *Stoney Creek Baptist Church *Charles B. Aycock Band Boosters *Disabled American Veterans *Waynesborough Kiwanis Club *Lions Club *Democratic and Republican parties *First...

Seminar set to help smokers quit

A seminar to help smokers break the habit will be held next month. WATCH Substance Abuse Task Force is sponsoring the free seminar, planned for Tuesday, Nov. 9, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in the Wayne County public schools' administrative...

FBI joins search for bank robber

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has joined Goldsboro police in the search for a man who robbed a Goldsboro bank. The robber entered the New Century Bank at 425 N. Spence Ave. at about 1:20 p.m. Friday, displayed a handgun...

Mary Wood to retire from Sprunt

KENANSVILLE -- Dr. Mary Wood is retiring as president of James Sprunt Community College. "I'm proud to have had the opportunity to serve as president for the past five years," said Dr. Wood, a native of northern Wayne County. She...

Public records

Drugs cited as cause in fatal shooting Drugs were involved in the fatal shooting of a 24-year-old Dudley man, a Wayne County sheriff's official said today. Capt. George Raecher made the comment but would not elaborate on a motive. He...

OPINION -- News rack kidnapped

We were watching the "evening news" on the tube recently. It was the usual left-wing version on everything from the economy to who's to blame for the flu vaccine shortage. (Who else!) Then there was a piece that grabbed my...