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Friday, April 7, 2006

A view of the arts - students share their talents

News-Argus/Bobby Williams From left, Spring Creek Elementary School Principal Charles Ivey, with Spring Creek students Jesse Grady, Joseph Garrett, Virginia Grady and Lindsay Player look at a display at Wayne County Public Schools' annual Academically/Intellectually Gifted Program EXPO on...

No money for teacher scholarships from the county

A scholarship introduced by county commissioners six years ago to entice students to become teachers will not be available this year due to lack of funding, officials say. The Wayne County Teacher Scholarship Program was modeled after a similar program...

Pate named to Air Force chief's civic leader group

Retired banker Troy Pate said he loves representing Goldsboro and Wayne County. Now, he will be its eyes and ears, too -- at least from a military standpoint. Pate was recently appointed to represent North Carolina on the Air Force...

Grand jury returns indictments in break-ins, assaults

Two Wayne County men have been indicted by the Wayne County Grand Jury on numerous felony charges in connection with multiple break-ins during two weeks in October. William Allen Jackson IV, 19, of O'Berry Road, Mount Olive, was indicted on...

Fremont club could use help with repairs, yard

FREMONT -- The Fremont Boys & Girls Club is in need of repairs, said club officials, and any individual or civic group that would consider lending the facility a hand is welcome. The club is the smallest of the three...

Public records

Man hurt in wreck, then home burns A man was injured Thursday in a traffic collision and later that night his double-wide mobile home at 305 Becton Circle was damaged heavily in a fire. "Thursday was not a good day...

Man sentenced for armed robbery

A 29-year-old man from Fayetteville has been sentenced to four to five years in prison for his part in an armed robbery of a restaurant owner and assault in 2003 in Wayne County. Dennis Washington pleaded guilty to conspiracy to...

Healthy Kids Day at Family Y on Saturday

Goldsboro Family YMCA is expecting hundreds of children and their families to celebrate Healthy Kids Day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Activities include free snacks and drinks, six land and water inflatables, professional wrestling, free shaved ice, clowns,...

MOC business breakfast speaker

MOUNT OLIVE -- Dr. Chris Mansfield of East Carolina University will speak at Mount Olive College April 18 at 8 a.m. as part of the Business Breakfast Briefing series. The event will be held in the Hennessee Room of the...