On January 13, 2010 members of the Henderson Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division along with other officers responded to the Walmart parking lot concerning a report of a breaking and entering of a vehicle in progress.
by Lt. Irvin Robinson, Crime Prevention Officer Henderson Police Department The Henderson Police Department’s Crime Prevention Section would like to alert citizens to possible ongoing telephone scams and identity theft frauds that have been reported in other areas regarding credit and debit cards issued by Visa and MasterCard.
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If HiH were to do video interviews a few times a month of local folk of interest, would you watch? Would you send in questions? Let us know what you think about this on our weekend open line.
I hope that everyone had a pleasant holiday season.
Washington, D.C. -— U. S. Representative Bob Etheridge proudly accepted the Outstanding Service Award from a joint-meeting of Corn Growers Association of NC, the NC Cotton Producers Association, the NC Small Grain Growers Association, and the NC Soybean Producers Association yesterday.
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Washington, D.C. — U. S. Representative Bob Etheridge, the only North Carolina member on the House Ways and Means Committee, introduced H.R. 4437 in the House of Representatives today to give American businesses incentives to hire new employees as the country emerges from recession.
We just heard an estimate that 100,000 are dead or missing in Haiti after Tuesday’s earthquake. Let us take a moment to count our blessings on today’s open line.
While listening to the radio on January 8, 2010, the 75th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s birth, I realized that one of his songs hit the nail on the head about what is wrong in this community.
Kudos to Henderson City Council member Mike Inscoe’s meticulous deconstruction of the sample sanitation services contract currently in hand with the city from Waste Industries, Inc. Although the collection of rubbish may seem trivial in the grand scheme of things, it is more likely to affect our lives than most of the things we hear about on the evening news. Here’s your open line.
by Amelia Aycock Vance County Schools Correspondent Finally, after months of deliberation and a decision to table the issue at last month’s school board meeting, the naming of the new elementary school has been decided.
Here are the audits of Vance County government for the 2009 fiscal year: Vance County Government 2009 Audit Vance County Tourism Development Authority Audit 2009 Vance County 2009 ABC Audit
Henderson City Council member Garry Daeke remarked to members during Monday’s regularly scheduled meeting that the upcoming fiscal year “will be an equally tough budget year”.
Breaking & Entering to Vehicles On January 5, 2010 around 12:45 p.m. officers with the Henderson Police Department responded to a call regarding two Time Warner vehicles which were broken in to at the Cracker Barrel restaurant on Ruin Creek Road.
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by Gina DeMent, Public Information Officer Five County Mental Health Authority Clerks in our counties are becoming more skilled in recognizing someone who may be underage attempting to purchase alcohol and tobacco products.
If you fancy buying the Southerland Mill Pond, your chance is fading fast. As of the close of business yesterday, the bid stands at $162,500 and is held by Robert Southerland. Upset bids must be received by 5:00 p.m. today. Here’s your open line.
Remarking during the old business portion of the Henderson City Council’s regular Monday meeting that the issue of whether or not to privatize sanitation has not yet been determined, council member Mike Inscoe told members that his remarks would be part question and part statement.
Animals play an undeniable part in all of our lives.