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Monday, January 11, 2010

College president looks to 2010

MOUNT OLIVE -- Although it has been only six months since Mount Olive College President Dr. Philip Kerstetter stepped into his role at the school, he has overseen a number of developments for the college and is looking ahead...

Workin' It: Taking a walk on the wild side

The Job: Game warden The Company: N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission The Location: Wayne County It's possible state Wildlife Enforcement Officer Joshua Hudson regretted giving me his phone number. In the days leading up to me working with him, I had...

WCC announces theme, speaker for MLK Day celebration

"Are We Living the Dream?" is the theme of this year's Martin Luther King celebration at Wayne Community College. Dr. Yolanda Burwell, a senior fellow with the N.C. Rural Economic Development Center, Inc., will speak during the annual event,...

Family: Victims were kind, religious

When Rupel Patel got a phone call from the manager at Goldsboro's America's Best Value Inn, she knew something had to be wrong with her aunt. Soon, the news came -- Bhavanaben Patel, 61, and Bhavanaben's husband, Suryakant Patel,...

State senator hosts employment workshop

State Sen. Don Davis, D-Greene, is hosting an employment workshop on Wednesday at the Wayne Community College. The workshop will bring experts from Wayne Community College, Mount Olive College and the Wayne County Employment Securities Commission. The employment workshop...

Dillard Academy receives dropout prevention grant

The notion of a child going to college should not be a question mark but an exclamation point, says Brian Smith, principal of Dillard Academy, Wayne County's only charter school. Every child deserves to have a future full of...