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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Bear on the Run

News-Argus/Greg Sousa Goldsboro police work to surround a black bear that was spotted on the railroad tracks near Elm Street early this morning. The hunt for the bear, which was about 5 feet tall, began at about 8:45 a.m....

Sister: Murder a tragic accident

Andrea Wright said she is still haunted by the chilling memory of her brother who died from a fatal knife wound in her front yard in February. Vincent Wright, 43, of Pony Drive, Pikeville, was fatally stabbed Feb. 4 during...

New grant will help college add more positions in nursing program

By PHYLLIS MOORE News-Argus Staff Writer A three-year grant worth $165,876 will help Wayne Community College expand its associate nursing degree program in the fall. The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust funding will pay for additional instructors and equipment...

Mount Olive makes plans for 4th of July celebration

From staff reports MOUNT OLIVE -- Organizers say they are expecting more than 600 people to attend the town's July 4 celebration in Westbrook Park in Mount Olive. Children are invited to decorate their bicycles and other non-motorized vehicles like...

Man sets his sights on cleanup

SNOW HILL -- Quentin Warren goes for a relaxing paddle in his kayak and ends up loading his craft with garbage. He takes a stroll in the park and picks up litter instead of being able to enjoy his walk....

Blood drives scheduled for this week

The Red Cross is sponsoring several blood drives this week in an attempt to shore up supplies that have been badly depleted. As the July 4th holiday approaches, hospital and emergency response officials are asking for donors to make a...