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Monday, November 27, 2006

Learning to trust

News-Argus/Matt Whittle Sheila West McLean of Warsaw feeds Dakota, one of two wild mustangs she and her husband, Jim, adopted through the federal Bureau of Land Management's Wild Horse and Burro Program in Kenansville on November 4. Dakota and...

Fremont man found murdered

FREMONT -- A Fremont man was murdered early this morning leaving police and other area law enforcement officials scrambling to find his alleged killers. The body of 46-year-old Ricky Holt was found between 3:30 and 4 a.m. just a few...

No decision on charges in hit and run death

Carol Coletrain Lane of LaGrange was shocked when she learned the sign she thought she hit on U.S. 70 on Election Day could possibly have been a man. The 72-year-old grandmother will have to wait a little longer before she...

Suspect turns himself into police

A Goldsboro man who was being sought for allegedly shooting his ex-wife's boyfriend turned himself in to police Sunday afternoon. Samuel Devon Cannon, 29, of Brock Street, surrendered without incident, Investigator Dave Cloutier said. Cannon was being sought in connection...

A new home off the range

WARSAW -- At 14-months- and 9-months-old, Dakota and Cheyenne are just like any other youngsters. They have their own personalities and mood swings. They play and they love their parents. They also can be a little stubborn, and they don't...

Special Olympians bring home medals

Special Olympics Wayne County sent a group of 13 athletes, playing partners, coaches and family to participate in golf events at the 2007 Special Olympics North Carolina State Fall Games in High Point recently. Coaches Rich and Debi Walderman said...

Duplin's hospital will battle shortfalls

Between rising health care costs and falling numbers of insured customers, Duplin General Hospital has been losing money on its operations for several years. And while the facility was able to count an overall profit this year, that losing trend...

Trees offer shoppers chance to share spirit

Four-year-old Keisha doesn't want a lot for Christmas -- a doll of her own, a pair of warm gloves and maybe even a new outfit. She is just one of the names of needy children in the community who without...

Let the annual toy hunt begin

It's official. The Christmas shopping season has begun. And if you have a child or teenager on your holiday list, there are a few names you need to know as you head out to find the perfect present to put...

Business loan seminar December 5

The Wayne County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a business seminar Tuesday, Dec. 5, on obtaining loans from the Small Business Administrative Community Express Loan Program. The featured speaker will be Sue Malone, president of Strategies for Small Business, who...

Public records

District Court These cases were heard in Wayne County District Court: *Michael Joseph Lozier, 23, Crows Foot Road, Mount Olive, speeding, $135 penalty and court costs. *Thomas Charles Martin, 52, Mills Loop Road, Mount Olive, not dislplaying license plat, $135...