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Friday, July 22, 2005

Training at SJAFB

U.S. Air Force photo These aviators will spearhead the Republic of Korea Air Force's transition to F-15K aircraft. Left to right, kneeling, are Capt. Won Lee and Capt. Kee Pill Ryu; and standing, Maj. Kil Soo Song, Maj. Sung...

Arrest made in arson deaths

A resident of an apartment building in which two people died in a fire was arrested Thursday and charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of first-degree arson. Leon Edward Farrior, 34, was arrested at his new...

South Korean pilots complete mission

A Korean War flying ace said they had been chosen from "the best of the best." Dolph D. Overton III of Smithfield was referring to eight South Korean aviators selected to spearhead their country's air force in its transition to...

Workers ask for cost-of-living raise from state

State employees are banding together to send legislators a clear message that a cost-of-living raise is long overdue. Nearly 100 state employees braved the heat in downtown Goldsboro Thursday to attend a noontime rally. The gathering was organized by the...

Edwards announces 2006 bid for sheriff

Goldsboro police Sgt. Ken Edwards announced today he will run as a Democrat in 2006 for Wayne County sheriff. Edwards, 51, says he will retire Aug. 3 after 30 years with the Police Department. He is the divorced father of...

Public records

3 brothers sentenced Three teenage brothers, including two twins, have been sentenced in Wayne County Superior Court after pleading guilty to assaulting a man on Nick Drive in New Hope. Josh Scott Lane, 19, and twins Justin Allen Lane, 17,...

Wayne nurses earn spots on Great 100 list

Two nurses from Wayne Memorial Hospital have been named to the Great 100 Nurses of North Carolina list for 2005. Debbie Phillips, RN, MSN, and Jennifer Thompson, RN, BSN, will be officially recognized at a Great 100 Gala in September....

Teens face hearing in shooting death

Two teenagers from Dudley will return to Wayne County Superior Court for a pre-trial hearing in the fatal shooting of man in what authorities called a drug-related crime. Michael Omar Mozingo, 18, of Brentwood Drive and Donovan Ray Lofton, 18,...

Water safety, nature hikes among Cliffs park programs this month

SEVEN SPRINGS -- The Cliffs of the Neuse State Park will offer the following programs this month: *"H2O Safety for Kids," Saturday, 11 a.m., lake bathhouse. Participants will not get in the water, but will learn how to be safe...

MOC offering new degree, new major, online program

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive College will expand its course offerings this fall, to include a new degree, a new major, and an online criminal justice program. The School of Business will add a degree in Management of Information Systems....

Duplin commissioners, school board debate proposed building plan

KENANSVILLE -- The Duplin County Board of Education and Board of Commissioners clashed Thursday night over a proposed $43 million school building plan. The plan calls for a $30 million high school for students in the Warsaw, Kenansville and B.F....

Bloodmobile date

The Wayne County Chapter of the American Red Cross will hold a blood drive Sunday from 1 to 5:30 p.m. at Providence United Methodist Church....