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Monday, December 13, 2004

Parade day in Eureka

Bobby Williams An Eureka fire truck carries Wayne County Fire Princess Janet Potter in the town's annual Christmas parade on Sunday....

Church headquarters nears completion

A $2.5 million headquarters building for the Southern District Convocation should be completed by March on Oak Forest Road in Goldsboro. Bishop Harry L. Cohen, vice president of the Southern District Convocation, said the 32,761-square-foot building will replace the current...

Wayne expects to receive 6,000 more flu shots

The Wayne County Health Department expects to get another 6,000 doses of the flu vaccine between now and January. Local physicians are being asked to call and reserve the number of doses they'll need. James Roosen, health director, said the...

Bob Jones speaks in Goldsboro

Dr. Bob Jones III, president of Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C., was in Goldsboro on Sunday speaking at two local churches. He spoke on Sunday morning at Grace Baptist Church and on Sunday afternoon at Trinity Baptist Church on...

Public records

Man wounded A 28-year-old Goldsboro man was wounded several times Sunday night outside of a home in the 300 block of North James Street, according to a Goldsboro police report. Kenneth B. Dixon, 28, of Isler Street was taken to...

OPINION -- Encouraging terrorists

Departing Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson offered what he considers an impressive list of accomplishments during his tenure in Washington. But one declaration made during his resignation announcement must have been alarming to most Americans -- and probably...

Hospital manager given state recognition

Brad Renfroe, in charge of making sure the hospital equipment runs smoothly, has been named manager of the year by a state group. The certified biomedical equipment technician is manager of the clinical engineering department at the hospital. He oversees...