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Friday, October 6, 2006

They have fish to fry

News-Argus/Bobny Williams Jeff Harris pours some of the many gallons of peanut oil that will be used to fry 4,000 pounds of Whiting at the Herman Park Center today. Harris has been manning the fryers at the Wayne County...

Shriners fry fish to help sick children

Four thousand pounds of Whiting, 1,900 pounds of potato salad, 1,500 pounds of coleslaw, 1,100 pounds of hushpuppies and more than 500 manhours -- all to help 24 local children with serious illnesses. Members of the Wayne County Shriners said...

Goldsboro, Rosewood high schools' ABC progress falls short

Initial results are in for the high school ABCs, with three of five schools in Wayne County meeting expected growth, officials announced today. The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction released the results for high schools with grades 9-12. Spring...

Officers hunt clues in shooting that sent man to WMH

DUDLEY -- Wayne County Sheriff's Officials have many clues, but no definitive answers on what provoked a man to open fire on a Raleigh man in broad daylight Thursday piercing him in his right arm and abdomen. Alcaraz Cardenas Salvador...

Woman implicated in Goldsboro murder to be sentenced

The woman who drove the getaway car for two men who killed a Goldsboro couple will be sentenced this month for her role in the crime. Alonza Sonye Bedell, 22, of Hunters Creek, pleaded guilty to two counts of being...

Public records

Child abuse charged A Goldsboro man faces criminal charges for allegedly beating his stepdaughter on the legs with a wooden dowel rod after she allegedly took a pack of gum from a kitchen drawer. Travis Rex Crawford, 40, of Hubert...

Wayne should not feel affects of Apex fires, gas cloud

With smoke from the EQ Industrial Services chemical fire billowing over Apex, Wayne County officials are keeping a close eye on where the cloud might be headed next. But according to current estimates from the National Weather Service, that threat...

Faison festival painting unveiled Sunday

FAISON -- Artist Heather Williams picked up the prints of her Market Day painting Thursday afternoon for the unveiling ceremony this weekend. The unveiling will be from 1 until 3 p.m. Sunday at the Southern Exposure Restaurant. The original is...

WCDS helps in cancer fundraiser

Wayne Country Day School Students donned denim today in an effort to help in the fight against breast cancer. Today won't be an ordinary "casual Friday" at the school, said teacher Pam Diffee, who also serves as advisory for AMITY,...

Fair schedule

Friday, Oct. 6 9 a.m. to noon -- Free Preschool and Kindergarten Entertainment 3 p.m. -- Gates open to all exhibits 4 p.m. -- Power's Great American Midway Shows open 6 p.m. -- "The Almost Amazing Rex" 6 p.m. --...