James Bell, an eighth grade English teacher at Chowan Middle School, Edenton-Chowan Public Schools, was named the 2007-08 North Carolina Teacher of the Year at a formal banquet held Tuesday night in Cary.
Dear Home in Henderson readers, In one of my last acts as Vance County and Perry Library’s children’s librarian, it is my very great pleasure to introduce a new children’s librarian to you.
The Public Utilities Committee is scheduled to meet in the City Hall Conference Room on Friday, May 4, at 8:00 a.m. With that, we give you today’s open line to do with as you will, within reason. En garde…
Washington, D.C. — On the heels of a meeting with Navy Secretary Donald Winter regarding the proposed Outlying Landing Field, Congressmen G. K. Butterfield and David Price have requested more time for alternative sites to be investigated.
It’s open mic day. No heckling.
In a 5-4 vote, the Henderson City Council voted on Monday night to sell its interest in the First National Bank building in accordance with a Vance County plan and donate the proceeds to the Vance County Historical Society for the construction of display kiosks to be placed in McGregor Hall.
Registration due Thursday, May 3 The 2nd Annual Kids Walk will be held at Southern Vance High School on Saturday, June 16, 2007 from 10:00 a.m. — 12:00 p.m.
We were dumbfounded to learn yesterday that in North Carolina one must pay a stamp tax on one’s dope. So much for the argument that drugs should be legalized and taxed (not a view to which we subscribe). Apparently, they can be taxed and illegal at the same time. When one thinks about it, though, it’s no different than being required to pay income tax on illegally earned money, is it? Put that in your pipe and smoke it on …
Frequently in Henderson City Council and Council committee discussion the use of Federal Drug Asset Forfeiture assets is discussed by members of City Government.
During the report of the Finance and Intergovernmental Relations (FAIR) Committee, chaired by Henderson City Council member Lynn Harper, Henderson Mayor Clem Seifert asked a question regarding the issue of jointly funded City-County projects.
Washington, D.C. — Six fellow North Carolina congressmen have joined Congressman G. K. Butterfield trying to ensure that Navy fully examines alternatives to the proposed outlying landing field site in Washington and Beaufort counties.
On April 27, 2007, members of the Interagency Drug Enforcement Unit and detectives from the Henderson Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division worked a special assignment.