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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Nurse training

News-Argus/Mitch Loeber Debbie Smith, right, staff development educator at Wayne Memorial Hospital, works with nurse recruits Tuesday. A nationwide nursing shortage has prompted Wayne Memorial Hospital to increase recruitment efforts. For more information see Wayne Memorial staying ahead of...

House asks DOD to help bring soldier home

As it turned out Tuesday, the support offered by the North Carolina House wasn't necessary to convince the U.S. Army to send a recovery team to Cambodia to search for and bring home the remains of U.S. Marine Lance Cpl....

Goldsboro man will face murder charges

A Goldsboro man will face murder charges for allegedly plunging a knife in a man's back in early February during a dispute over a missing $20 bill. A Wayne County Grand Jury returned an indictment for first-degree murder earlier this...

Wayne Memorial staying ahead of nationwide nursing shortage

Ongoing concern about the nationwide nursing shortage has prompted Wayne Memorial Hospital to shore up recruitment efforts. Each year, the hospital sets out to replenish the pool of nurses leaving the profession or retiring. Visits are made to area colleges...

Wayne Planning Board OKs comprehensive land use plan

The Wayne County comprehensive land use plan was a document the county Planning Board had been hearing about for more than a year, but it only took a few minutes of discussion Tuesday night for the members to give it...

Local Special Olympians get chance to ride

If you want to see Robbie Presson smile, all you have to do is let him ride his horse, Cow Poke Rambler, as fast as he can. Robbie will be among about 30 athletes expected to participate in the third...

Goldsboro High School student among 1,000 to earn scholarship

A Goldsboro High School graduate will go to college this fall with a little help from Microsoft founder Bill Gates. Valedictorian Tremaine Rawls has been named recipient of a Gates Millenium Scholarship through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Rawls...

Public record

Stabbings A 14-year-old girl and 19-year-old Yondra Gen'a were stabbed at their home in the 800 block of Isler Street during an argument. The suspect identified as John Green Jr., 67, of the same address, was charged. Both victims were...

WCC business students honored at state conference

Members of the Wayne Community College student business association earned more than a dozen honors at the recent state leadership conference. The Gamma Chi chapter of Phi Beta Lambda competed against 27 other college and university chapters from across North...