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Friday, May 27, 2005

Dillard/Goldsboro Alumni Weekend

News-Argus/Mitch Loeber 2004 Dillard/Goldsboro Alumni Queen Shonda Smith, right, crowns this year's winner, Kari Shayna' Raynor, at a ceremony at Goldsboro High School Thursday night. For more information see Alumni crown new queen, give away 36 scholarships....

GPD officer shoots suspect at traffic stop

A Goldsboro police officer shot a man during a scuffle at a traffic stop Thursday night. The suspect, Tremayne Navaris Carmichael, 19, of Beech Street, was taken to Wayne Memorial Hospital for treatment. He was listed today in stable condition....

Alumni crown new queen, give away 36 scholarships

For Dillard-Goldsboro High School 2005 Alumni Queen Kari Shayna' Raynor, winning the title is about more than the flowers, the crown and the traditional walk through the auditorium. It is all about giving back. The alumni queen/king title is presented...

H. V. Brown remembered

Willette Starke was a little girl when Hugh Victor Brown came to Goldsboro as an educator in 1923. She became one of his students and later his secretary until the schools integrated in 1969. At 93, she is a treasure...

Four more jurors picked to hear Lane murder case

Four more jurors were seated Thursday, bringing the total to 10, for the first-degree murder trial of Eric Glenn Lane. The prosecution and defense resumed the search for the final two jurors today in Wayne County Superior Court. Judge Gary...

2005 Relay for Life raises 566,000 dollars

The 2005 Relay for Life had raised $566,000 as of Thursday, but officials say the money that comes in during the next couple of weeks could push the total to $575,000. Dr. Lee Adams, one of the event's three co-chairman,...

GHS student first to cash in ASU scholarship promise

When Renaldo Davis was awarded a $20,000 scholarship to attend Appalachian State University as a 9-year-old student at School Street Elementary School, he didn't really understand what it meant. "I won't thinking about college then, so I didn't know what...

Public records

Man is charged in school theft FREMONT -- A traffic stop Thursday led to the arrest of a man who was charged with the theft of about $5,000 in property from Norwayne Middle School and seven teachers. The school break-in...

Calendar

CHURCH FUNDRAISER Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 532 Country Day Road, will hold an inside yard and bake sale Saturday from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. ART SHOW Goldsboro, Eastern Wayne, Dillard, Central Alumni and Friends are invited to a Memorial...

Burr to visit

Sen. Richard Burr will come to Goldsboro on Wednesday to learn more about the Reach Out and Read program. Burr is expected to visit Carolina Adult and Pediatric Medicine around 12:30 p.m. to see the program in action. Reach Out...

Crop payment program signup deadline near

The Wayne County Farm Service Agency reminds growers that they have until June 1 to sign up for the Direct and Counter-cyclical Payment Program. FSA will accept late applications through Sept. 30, but a $100 late fee is required. Growers...

Alumni will speak at Central High reunion

Two former alumni of Central High School will be featured speakers during the school's 33rd annual homecoming this weekend. Milas Dorsey Kelly Jr., of the class of 1975, will kick off the events at 7 p.m. tonight, when he speaks...

Blacksmith to be featured at Waynesborough

Beginning this weekend, Waynesborough Historical Village will feature a blacksmith at work on the last weekend of each month through August. On Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m., Kirt Jarrett will be crafting items such as shepherd's hooks,...

Arts Council considering 230,000 dollar budget

The Arts Council of Wayne County is considering a proposed budget of $230,000 for 2005-2006. The budget was presented Thursday at the council's monthly meeting. Council members will vote on the budget at next month's meeting. Members discussed the current...

Corrections

In a Thursday story about a Wilson County man charged with killing his wife, the News-Argus incorrectly reported that Mark Van Sciver, the deputy director of public affairs for the state Department of Health and Human Services, said he could...