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Thursday, March 3, 2005

Fatal wreck

News-Argus/Turner Walston Rescue workers and firemen from the Belfast and Patetown departments work at the accident scene on Mt. Carmel Church Road Wednesday. For more information see Woman killed in wreck in northern Wayne....

Commissioners want strategic plan committee activated

The Wayne County Board of Commissioners is sending a letter today to members of the county Board of Education, asking that a steering committee that worked on the 1997 strategic plan for the county be reconvened within the next 30...

Woman killed in wreck in northern Wayne

A 37-year-old Goldsboro woman was killed Wednesday about 11 a.m. in a collision at the intersection of Airport Road and Mt. Carmel Church Road. Wanda Wright Williams ran the stop sign at the intersection while she was traveling south on...

EDC sets priorities, explains retreat policy

The Wayne County Economic Development Commission set priorities for the year at a meeting Wednesday. Commission officials also attempted to set the record straight regarding the attendance of members of the Wayne County Board of Education at the annual EDC...

Public records

Two hurt in wrecks Two people were injured and damages were estimated at $48,650 in eight recent traffic collisions in Wayne County, officers reported. *A driver was injured in a two-vehicle collision at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday on East Ash Street...

Briefly

Pickle Princess Pageant The 2005 N.C. Pickle Princess Pageant will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday in College Hall on the campus of Mount Olive College. Miss N.C., Kirsten Elrod, is the mistress of ceremonies. Celebrity guests will be Miss...

Court TV to feature Rosewood hazing incident

A hazing incident involving a former Rosewood High School student will be part of a Court TV episode tonight that focuses on hazing. The reported incident at Rosewood High School in 2000 will be one of those examined. The TV...

Students learn from sad events

Sad events can sometimes turn into moments when teachers can help students learn about their world. In the Wayne County public schools, the December tsunami that killed thousands of people in Asia sparked a wave of compassion as students found...

Faison residents complain about dog

FAISON -- A residents of the Town of Faison complained to the Town Board on Wednesday night about a dangerous dog running loose in her neighborhood. Peggy Ward said a stray dog killed one of her cats Tuesday. She said...