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On verge of loss, UMO freshman logs victory more
Heavy rainfall shuts down some Wayne County roads more
SC's Perez stops a PK; teammate and captain Inestroza scores twice more
Saints benched due to contact tracing more
COVID-19 numbers continue to decline in Wayne County. However, educators remain wary of the Wayne County Board of Education’s decision to move forward with reopening schools for grades K-5 … more
Yosmy Lezcano saw her dream come true last week. A native of Cuba, she opened a new business that highlights her passion — Yosmy’s Nail Salon — in downtown Mount … more
Do you have an interest in learning more about gardening? Would you like to meet and share with other gardeners? Do you have an interest in volunteering to provide gardening educational programs with … more
Renita D. Allen Dawson has been selected as the new president of the NC Community College Adult Educators Association. Dawson, the associate vice president of workforce continuing education … more
The Mount Olive VFW Post 9959 is selling pork or chicken plates beginning at 11 a.m. on Feb. 27. Cost is $9 per plate and is take out only. The semi-annual fundraiser is for community programs … more
The Mount Olive Tribune takes a look back at headlines and stories this week from 1920, 1950 and 1980. more
EDITOR’S NOTE: February is Black History Month. In each edition this month, the Mount Olive Tribune is recognizing those who have made significant contributions in various fields. Lenora … more
Mount Olive experienced an increase in monthly sales tax revenue in 2020. According to Kaye Anderson, who recently retired as the town’s clerk and finance officer, Mount Olive’s annual … more
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