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Washington, D.C. -— U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge (D-Lillington) supported increased North Carolina job creation and support for the nation’s veterans today with his vote for H.R. 5822, “The Military Construction/ VA Appropriations Bill for 2011.”
Click image to view complete, full-size document. Vance County is taking a look at gang activity in our county.
A Blog by Gov. Bev Purdue Since the opening ceremonies on July 18, 50 athletes, 14 coaches and four staff members have represented North Carolina at the Special Olympics USA National Summer Games in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Here is a list of recycle items that was sent to us by a reader yesterday. The list originates from the Henderson Public Works Department, so we believe that it is a reliable indicator of what can be recycled. Click image to view complete, full-size document.
We’ve been comparing the volume of the four trash cans that we’ve filled each week to the volume of the 96 gallon container that we were provided by the city in anticipation of the changeover to private collection next week. Guess what? The new container looks as if it will hold about half the volume of trash my family normally produces in a week. According to the literature we’ve received, if we want the other half hauled away (i.e., if …
According to an email from Vance County Board of Commissioners Clerk Kelly Grissom, Congressman G.K. Butterfield will be visiting for a photo op regarding grant funding that has been awarded to the county through USDA Rural Development for the county-wide water project.
During the Henderson City Council’s public comment period for non-agenda items in Monday evening’s meeting, two funeral home directors objected to changes in city grave opening policy that were made during a city council meeting on June 28, 2010.
Well, my jury duty saga has come to an end. Oh, well. We were unable to cover the HSR meeting at Aycock Elementary School last night. If you were there, please let us know what happened, if anything, on today’s open line.
On July 23, 2010 a patrol officer working his assigned zone responded to 944 E. Montgomery Street in reference to a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle in progress.
I was excused from a jury yesterday, but I’m not off the hook yet. I have to call today to see if they’ll need [to reject] me tomorrow. We were unable to cover or provide video for yesterday’s Henderson City Council work session. Apologies are offered to those who feel that they deserve apologies. We’re sure The Daily Dispatch will take up the slack. In the mean time, here’s your open line.
The Henderson City Council voted unanimously to approve a resolution in support of proposed high speed rail (HSR) service through the city, the location of a railroad station in downtown Henderson, and the refurbishing and creation of new railroad crossings.
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On Monday, July 26,2010, WIZS was gracious enough to allow me to be on the air with concerns about the city’s proposal for changes to the High Speed Rail plan. Instead of a written article this week, I invite you to click here and go to “Town Talk” and click on Monday, July 26 to hear the program.
On July 25, 2010 around 12:22 a.m. officers with the Henderson Police Department responded to the Mexican Pool Room at 1109 Old Norlina Road in Henderson, North Carolina in reference to a person that had been shot.
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In recent years, North Carolina lawmakers have started to think more about our state’s energy policies.
Click image to view complete, full-size document. Here is the agenda for the Henderson City Council’s monthly work session. The work session is held on the fourth Monday of each month after the regular short session at City Hall, 134 Rose Avenue in Henderson, North Carolina.
I’ll be in jury duty today. For me, jury duty has always been a series of rejections, kind of like when I was single. Maybe this time it’ll be different. Here’s your open line.
Click image to view complete, full-size document. Here is the agenda for the Henderson City Council’s regular short session. The regular short session is held on the fourth Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall, 134 Rose Avenue in Henderson, North Carolina.