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Friday, October 9, 2009

There's fish frying in Goldsboro

Art Green, left, of the Wayne County Shriners Mini-Rigs and Seven Springs Mayor Stephen Potter mix batter for the Shriners' Fish Fry, which will be served from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. and again from 4-7 p.m. at Herman...

Chili cookoff teams still being sought

A dozen teams are already getting their recipes ready for the Community Soup Kitchen's Third Annual Real Chili Challenge set for Oct. 24. With little more than a week left until the Oct. 16 deadline for entry, organizers say...

Jury out in Lee case

A jury was to continue deliberating this morning on charges that a Maple Street man committed a string of convenience store robberies and muggings last year. Anthony Jerome Lee, 41, waived his right to counsel and chose to represent himself....

Transit plans surprise some

Two members of the Goldsboro-Wayne Transpor-tation Authority expressed surprise this week that the authority's GATEWAY transfer station will be located in a new building and not the renovated Union Station. Authority Director Alan Stubbs reminded the board that a...

Horses, ponies and mules take center stage at Wayne Fair

It was a long trip from the Grand Canyon to Goldsboro, but Dan Lancaster's hinny, Arizona, made the journey from national park pack mule to show ring star Thursday at the Wayne County Regional Agricultural Fair horse show. Like several...

Tractor competitors have to scramble

"We need a brick to put in it (seat)," Betsy Hood said as she watched her son, Garrett, fighting to keep the tractor he was driving in Thursday night's competition at the Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair from cutting off....

Fair winners - Thursday

Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair Thursday winners Talent Contest Vocal Solo 1st Place, 6-8: Dillion Green, Norwayne Middle School; 1st Place, 9-12: Holly Jones, Rosewood High School Instrumental Solo 1st Place, 6-8: Isaac Wilson, Norwayne Middle School; 1st Place, 9-12: Ashley...