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Madison Sullivan joined the Bishop family today when she signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and soccer career at N.C. Wesleyan. more
Spring Creek's baseball and softball teams left Wallace-Rose Hill searching for their first wins of the season after the baseball team lost 12-2 and the softball team lost 17-1, while the Girls Creek soccer team blew out the Bulldogs 8-0 to move 3-1 on the season. more
The weather may have been a little on the chilly side Saturday morning, but still a large group of people merged on the campus of Carver Elementary School in Mount Olive to take part in the Outlaw … more
Merritt is speaker at Outlaw’s Bridge On Sunday at 11 a.m., Jimmy Merritt will present a service on “Form versus Function” at Outlaw’s Bridge Universalist Church, 4408 N. N.C. 111, Seven … more
Greetings from the Wesley-Smith Chapel Community. Happy birthday to Leticia Smith, daughter of Pearl Smith, on March 13; to Anigh Atkinson, March 11; to Stephanie Darden, March 18; to Sheila … more
North Duplin alum Rocio Ramirez was honored by North Duplin staff and FFA members for being awarded the American FFA Degree. Ms. Ramirez becomes only the fifth North Duplin alum to receive the … more
Duplin County Schools has named Bonnie Miller as the Employee of the Quarter. Ms. Miller was presented with a plaque in recognition of the honor during the recent Board of Education … more
A Dudley man has been jailed on drug charges filed by the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office. The charges were levied against 32-year-old Allen Blake Thompson of Coral Road. His bond was set at … more
Changes made in the Town of Mount Olive’s Animal Control Ordinance six months ago are now in effect, and town officials remind residents the amendments will be strictly enforced. The town board … more
Seventh District State Sen. Jim Perry says he is already looking for monies to help Mount Olive with its wastewater treatment plant needs. Perry, a retired Kinston businessman, was just recently … more
Iyanah Southerland “I would go to Australia because I would like to see the animals. Their zoo seems really interesting and they have a really nice symphony and I would like to go see … more
Duplin County Schools, along with school systems across the nation joined with the School Social Work Association of America (SSWAA) to celebrate National School Social Work Week March 4-8. DCS … more
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