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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Lottery's Newest Game - Feeling lucky?

News-Argus/Bobby Williams Rachal Peters takes a look at the numbers the Comco Station computer picked for her Powerball ticket as store cleark Pebbles Stephems looks on. Other local residents have been using loved-ones' birthdays and anniversary dates to pick...

Pick your Powerball

Sean Sinclair plans on waking up Thursday as the country's newest millionaire -- thanks to his wife and son. Their birthdays, he said, hold the key to a Powerball win. "My wife has always been good to me," he said....

Farmers could start harvesting wheat crop

Farmers in Wayne and surrounding counties could begin harvesting wheat this week, said Kevin Johnson, a crop agent with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service. The recent spate of hot weather has helped ripen the crop, he said. "I suspect...

Ceremony honors those who gave all

Veterans and their descendants gathered at Wayne Community College Monday morning to remember the cost of freedom. "Starting on Thursday and Friday, you could see ads for half-price sales on this and half-price sales on that, but I can assure...

Skit brings choices to stage

Health educator Rovonda Freeman did not want to talk to teens about issues like teen pregnancy, abstinence, avoiding drugs, the same old way -- with a lecture at the front of a classroom. So, she decided to use drama to...

Public records

Fire destroys Mar Mac house A one-floor brick home at 8013 Summit Drive was destroyed Sunday in a fire that started in a camper shell, a Wayne County fire official said Monday. Mar Mac Volunteer Fire Chief Bill Harrell said...

Stagestruck camp slots available

Stagestruck: The Young People's Own Theatre, 110 N. James St., will hold its summer STARS Camp for rising first through sixth graders Monday through Friday, June 12-23, from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. This musical revue will be performed on...