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Monday, November 6, 2006

Relocating to North Carolina

News-Argus/Mitch Loeber More than 80 wild horses and burros from the western United States were sold at auction Saturday and Sunday in Kenansville. Hundreds of horse lovers from across the state attended the event, held at the Duplin County...

Residents can offer input on rezoning

A land dispute among Wayne County, Case Farms and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base is close to being resolved, which would allow Case Farms to expand its operations in the future. But before the Wayne County Board of Commissioners approves...

Turnout expected to be low Tuesday

For more than a week and a half, Wayne County voters went to the polls to cast one-stop early ballots. But now, county officials are wondering how many will go to the polls on Tuesday. About 6,400, or about 10...

Vaccine available for some at clinic

Reports of an early flu season this year have prompted the Health Department to schedule a flu clinic Tuesday to distribute vaccinations it has on hand. Health Director James Roosen said statewide surveillance last week showed the flu season is...

NAACP-sponsored event will honor county vets

Fourth Fighter Wing Mission Support Group commander Col. Russell Walden will be the keynote speaker Saturday as the Goldsboro-Wayne branch of the NAACP Armed Service and Veterans Affairs Committee hosts its annual Veterans Recognition Program. The event, slated for a...

Local businesses named among top in state

Five Wayne County businesses were among those recognized as some of the top money makers in the state in a business magazine. Goldsboro Milling Co., Southco Distributing Co., Pate Dawson Co., T.A. Loving Co. and Glenoit Universal Ltd. were ranked...

Friends facing off for seat on Duplin board

They might both be Duplin County natives and old friends, but that doesn't stop Republican Harold Raynor from thinking he can do a better job on the Duplin County Board of Commissioners than Democrat Arliss Albertson. "There was nobody stepping...

Political newcomer takes on incumbent in U.S. House race

Despite facing a 10-year incumbent in her bid for the District 7 seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, Republican Shirley Davis does not believe her lack of congressional experience will hinder her. In fact, she does not believe that...

Public records

Wanted Wayne County Sheriff's officials are searching Heather Jo Reid, 30, of last known address Gurley Dairy Road, Pikeville, and Cordayl Jamar Godette, 19. They are wanted in connection with break-ins in the Nahunta area. Anyone with information is asked...

Buses will operate on holiday schedule

The Goldsboro-Wayne Transportation Authority, or GATEWAY, will be operating on a holiday schedule Friday. The bus service will operate from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and the van service will be operating on its normal schedule. Passengers requesting van service...