On January 14, 2007, at 10:04 p.m., officers of the Henderson Police Department responded to a report of an armed robbery at the Ambassador’s Inn, room 133, on 197 Parham Road.
Another Roswell? You be the judge on today’s open line.
The City of Henderson is currently soliciting applications for persons interested in serving on:
** Updated January 15, 2008 8:13 p.m. ** Today, January 14, 2008, members of the Henderson Police Department responded to a call to Henderson Heights Apartments, unit number 36, in reference to someone shot.
You don’t need to read science fiction to know that cloning animals for food consumption is a bad idea. You just have to be a student of history. The Irish Potato Famine taught us that hanging your hat on a single species for sustenance is a bad idea. Depending on a single genetic sequence? Sounds even worse. Consider this on today’s open line.
To see the first Henderson City Council meeting of 2008, click here.
According to Henderson Mayor Pete O’Geary, he and Mayor Pro-Tempore Lonnie Davis spent “some time” working on committee assignments for the 2007-2009 Henderson City Council.
On January 8, 2007, at approximately 8:51 p.m., officers of the Henderson Police Department responded to 501 Old Epsom Road concerning a report of someone shot.
The people who allowed our state to prosper over the past few decades deserve our attention and certainly some of our resources.
The latest education messiah:
The following policy will be considered at today’s meeting of the Vance County Board of Education:
During tonight’s meeting of the Vance County Board of Education, members will discuss the creation of a Vance County Early High School.
On December 31, 2007, the Henderson Police Department received a report of individuals using stolen credit cards at various business locations in the city.
Here is the agenda for the Henderson City Council which meets tonight at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall on Beckford Drive:
Warning! Extreme sarcasm hazard! Here’s yet another piece of insanity from Raleigh: the Department of Public Instruction is considering reducing the number of tests our students take. Have they lost their minds? If they stop all the testing, we could actually get a chance to teach! Even worse, our students might learn something too complicated for a multiple choice question! Haul out the straightjackets and butterfly nets on today’s open line.
In a unanimous vote, the Vance County Board of Commissions formed a committee to examine the issue of dog hunting.
by Gina Dement, Public Information Officer Five County Mental Health Authority Did you know that the number one cause of birth defects is the use of alcohol, tobacco and drugs while pregnant?
Being a teacher, I don’t see a lot of television while the sun still hangs in the heavens. Only a few days ago was I made aware of this thing called the Steve Wilkos Show. Is it really true that Jerry Springer’s bodyguard and prier-aparter of the sociopathically violent now has his own show? Spin offs have changed. Let us know what you think on today’s open line.
Suspected shoplifter Click image to play video On January 3, 2008, a representative of the Supply Line Country Market on Raleigh Road reported that at approximately 5:00 p.m. on that date a white female entered the store, concealed several packages of “pasta sides” dishes, and then left the store.
I hope that everyone had a wonderful time celebrating the holidays with family and friends.