by Gina DeMent Five County Mental Health Authority Sleep problems are common.
Henderson Police Chief K.L. Sidwell and Vance County Sheriff Peter White reported in a press release today that members of the Interagency Drug Enforcement Unit executed two separate search warrants.
Don’t forget the Relay for Life beginning today at 3:00 p.m. at the Southern Vance High School’s Raider Stadium. A good time for a good cause is guaranteed for all during this landmark Vance County tradition. We look forward to seeing all of you on our common ground working together for a common cause!
Well, folks, today’s the last day for me to pack up my regular classroom and start getting ready for summer school. For those of you who are interested, they screwed up big and gave me tenure. Now I’m going to leave you to your own devices. Play nice.
by Cindy Robinson, Relay for Life Chairperson Kennametal Relay for Life Team Captain Relay For Life starts at 3:00 p.m. at the Southern Vance High School Athletic field.
Washington, D.C. — U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge (D-Lillington), the only N.C. member of the Homeland Security Committee, today called for Congress and the administration to adopt a series of measures to improve the safety of the nation’s schools.
On June 11, 2007, members of the Criminal Investigations Division of the Henderson Police Department arrested the following individuals:
Reauthorization of “No Child Left Behind” focus of trip State Board of Education members and key leaders from the NC Department of Public Instruction will take a bus ride to Washington, D.C. today to meet with members of the state’s Congressional delegation and top U.S. Department of Education staff.
Raleigh — While many students are out of school, the NC Virtual Public School is open for summer session.
Boys and Girls Club members give step revue at yesterday’s Open House The Vance Unit of the Boys and Girls Clubs of North Central North Carolina held an Open House at L.B. Yancey Elementary School yesterday from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Here’s a little article that really made my day…NOT! It seems that the drinking fountains in one Oregon high schools were less clean than the toilets. Maybe bottled water isn’t pretentious after all. With that, we give you the open line.
The Franklin Times is reporting that the Kerr-Tar Hub is erecting a shell building in Franklin County across from the airport. You can read about it here. Note: The Franklin Times Web site is registration-required. Vance County’s adventure in shell buildings was problematic. Will this one fare better? Let your thoughts be known on today’s open line.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of North Central North Carolina, Vance County Unit will hold an Open House at L.B. Yancey Elementary School on Tuesday, June 12, 2007 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
To the Editor, In response to “Moss to council: Ignore ‘outside forces” published in the Daily Dispatch last Thursday I wonder if city manager Jerry Moss and others who respected the erroneous confidentially of his letter, remember that our local government is still a democracy.
The Henderson City Council will meet tonight at 7:00 p.m. in its chambers at City Hall.
In an email received by Home in Henderson on June 7, Senator Doug Berger informed the editor that both the content of Senate Bill 1507 and its impact had not been accurately reported.
The Henderson Police Department is pleased to announce three promotions, effective June 8, 2007.
The pace of work in the House of Representatives increased this week as our committees consider measures sent to us by the Senate.
Washington, D.C. — U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge (D-Lillington) voted today for legislation to expand federally funded stem cell research.
Here’s an interesting article on how different states’ reading assessments don’t seem to mesh up when compared by national standards (tests that are developed by giving field test questions to students of different genders and ethnic backgrounds in all major regions of the nation). If that doesn’t get you going, we’re sure something else will. Enjoy.