Sunday, September 19, 2021






Extra Scoop Of Customer Service

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Owner drives 400 miles to serve customer By Emily WeaverDunn Daily RecordANGIER - Two ice cream flavors so hot you have to sign...

Partnership For Children Offers Triple P – Positive Parenting Program

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Flexible, effective parenting supports for families in Johnston County Partnership for Children of Johnston County (PFCJC) is now providing Triple P to families in...

Battlebots Competitor Visits Local Robotics Team

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Students from FIRST Robotics Competition Team 6004 f(x) Robotics hosted at Smithfield Selma Senior High School check out one of Craig Danby's original Battlebots,...

Pleasant Grove Community Building Ribbon Cutting

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ANGIER - Johnston County Commissioner Ted Godwin, Commissioner Patrick Harris and County Manager Rick Hester attended the Pleasant Grove Community Building ribbon cutting on...

Habitat For Humanity Restore Finds New Home

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Volunteers needed for move and operations By Eliot Duke Dunn Daily Record DUNN - Christina Wallace stood on the open loading dock at the...

Students In Campbell’s First Prison Teaching Program Earn Associate Degrees

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CLINTON — Kevin Cook battled nerves and the graduation tassel that swung in front of his eyes as he spoke on behalf of his...

Harnett County Schools Unveils Smarter, Safer Buses

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All 300 school buses are now equipped with advanced safety technology including stop-arm cameras Harnett County Schools and the County of Harnett have partnered...

Poor Test Scores Show The Effects Of School Closures, Remote Learning

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By David Bass Carolina Journal Test results in reading, math, and science for the 2020-21 school year show the effects school closures and remote...

University Of Mount Olive Graduates Receive Message Of Faith And Fulfillment During Weekend Ceremony

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MOUNT OLIVE –Three year old Emberly Craig clapped her hands and placed them on both sides of her mother, Brittany Craig’s, face during UMO’s...

Campbell Welcomes Nearly 800 New Students For First Day Of Classes

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Nearly 800 new Campbell students took part in the first day of classes on Wednesday, Aug. 25th as the University resumed in-person learning to...