Greetings from Raleigh!
Julian Oliver’s colt “grandson” Finally, we are moved in, but still unpacking.
Here is the agenda for tonight’s Henderson City Council meeting:
The first day of school is here at last. Parents, students, and teachers, let’s all have the best year ever. Happy Monday!
A joint City-County Committee meeting will be held in the Henderson Police Department’s Conference Room on August 28, 2007 at 4:00 p.m.
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As our state and nation grow, the amount of energy we consume grows with it.
As summer comes to a close, young people are heading back to school and hitting the books.
BGC Day for Kids is all about the importance of meaningful time and relationships between caring adults and young people.
This has been without a doubt the hardest school start-up week I’ve ever had. Maybe I’m getting old. Don’t forget that the school year begins tomorrow for students. Breakfast will be served. With that, we give you the weekend open line.
In a press release forwarded to Home in Henderson by Fire Chief Danny Wilkerson, it was announced yesterday that the North Carolina Division of Forest Resources (NCDFR) is initiating a state wide burning ban and canceling all burning permits.
Here is a link to the background materials that will be used by North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Accountability Services Director Lou Fabrizio at tomorrow’s 10:30 a.m. press conference.
In a press release dated August 22, 2007, the City of Henderson’s Public Works Department Director Linda Leyen announced that her department is contemplating the removal of traffic signals on Chestnut Street.
Don’t forget that there is a Vance County Schools Open House today. Elementary school Open House hours are from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Meet the teachers while they can still smile. With the sound of the pencil sharpener grinding ever-nearer, we give you the open line.
At its regular meeting on August 13, 2007, the Henderson City Council unanimously approved a GED Career Development Plan for City of Henderson employees.
Here are the principals of Vance County Schools’ fifteen campuses as confirmed during the last Vance County Board of Education meeting:
Assistant Superintendent William Bowers announced during Vance County Schools’ opening convocation yesterday that several of the system’s schools met or exceeded federal and state requirements.
We don’t hear too much on Vance County races outside of Henderson. Would anyone in Kittrell or Middleburg care to share some thoughts? Let the open line be your guide.
If you’re a teacher, summer has just about come to an end. See you at the Convocation this morning! For the rest of you poor working stiffs, here’s today’s open line. Enjoy.
With the General Assembly in recess, I have focused for the past few weeks on working in my district.