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Monday, January 3, 2005

End of the road

Bobby Williams State Highway Patrol troopers and Wayne County sheriff's deputies examine a car Sunday after a high-speed chase through Lenoir and Wayne counties. The driver was charged with numerous felony and misdemeanor offenses relating to an armed robbery...

Chase ends with driver hitting trooper's car

A 28-year-old Fayetteville man wanted by authorities in Cumberland, Duplin and Wilkes counties on numerous charges was arrested Sunday in Wayne County after a chase through two counties at speeds of more than 100 mph. Michael Albert Morris was arrested...

Jones gets magistrate job after all

A veteran Wayne County magistrate who was not reappointed got his old job back over the weekend. R. Allen Jones returned to work after magistrate candidate Tim Brannan decided not to take the job. "I just decided to turn down...

Commissioners schedule work sessions

The Wayne County commissioners will begin 2005 with a series of all-day work sessions, starting this week. The county board has set four days to meet -- this Friday; Tuesday, Jan. 11; Tuesday, Jan. 25; and Tuesday, Feb. 1. These...

OPINION -- Sentimental journey

The old year was melting down to its last minutes. It was time for reflection. Time to brush away the cobwebs of the mind and dust off old memories. Not just of the past year, but of times long past....

Public records

Woman calls man, confesses to theft A woman called her former boyfriend Saturday and said that she had damaged his apartment and had stolen a video-game system, according to a Goldsboro police report. When the resident, Tavarus Deon Sutton, got...

Mental Health Association seeks members, donations

The Mental Health Association in Wayne County is in the midst of its annual membership drive, its incoming president said today. The drive will raise money to support the association's plans for 2005, Bobby Jones said. "It's an exciting time...

Teacher education courses

The N.C. Model Teacher Education Consortium will hold two on-site registration sessions for spring 2005 courses. The sessions will be held on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at Lumberton High School and on Monday, Jan. 10, from 4-7...