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Mon., Jul. 9, 2018 |
Fair, 63°
Mon., Jul. 9, 2018 |
Fair, 63°
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Sheriff Candidate Still Having Sign Issues
Much like thermometers in the local area in recent days, the race for Harnett County sheriff is heating up on a daily basis and the challenger says expensive signs are a consequence of the race. He …
Erwin Chamber Hosts First Restaurant Week
The Erwin Area Chamber of Commerce has declared this week as Erwin Restaurant Week. Starting today and continuing through Friday, restaurants, including Community Cafe and Tubby’s Diner, …
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Tracking The Disappearance Of A Piece Of History
There’s a marker missing in Erwin and the Goodfellas want answers. The Erwin Goodfellas, a group of Erwin High School alumni, meets the last Wednesday of the month for breakfast in the gym at Al …
Monument Recognizes Slaves From Shaw House
There’s a new addition to the historic Shaw House near Erwin — one paying tribute to an often overlooked group. Thanks to the efforts of relatives of many of the names engraved upon it, …
DA Seeking Life Without Parole In Murder Case
A Harnett County District Court judge first told an Angier woman Thursday she could face the death penalty if she is convicted of the murder of a Lillington man. However, he later was told the …
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One Dies In Harnett Accident
A head-on collision took the life of one person in Harnett County Sunday night. According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, one … Read More
Third Animal Hospital Break-In Reported
The Johnston County Sheriff’s Office is investigating its third reported animal hospital break-in in less than two weeks. The … Read More

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Dunn Budget Passes Again In Do-Over Vote
Dunn’s budget got a do-over vote. The decision was still split, but it passed. Council members raised their hands to indicate their … Read More
Time To Get The Ball Rolling On Depot
The Erwin Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to get the ball rolling on completing the Depot project Thursday night during a … Read More
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McKethan Watercolor ‘Crab Art-Attack’ Claims New Home Swirls of blue, orange, yellow and red make an exciting focal point for the eye. Crabs say “beach” and “childhood memories.” And Pat Smith, formerly of Texas, which state also claims the …
Select Bank Names New SBA Director T. Scott Lewis has joined Select Bank & Trust, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Select Bancorp and headquartered in Dunn. He will be the director of the Small Business Administration Lending …
Marshall Inducted Into Women Business Owners Hall Of Fame North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine Marshall of Lillington was honored as one of the inaugural inductees into the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). She was presented with …
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Fish Fry Plate Sale Saturday Consuming Fire Prophetic Outreach Ministry will hold a fish fry plate sale Saturday starting at 11 a.m. at Kelly & West parking lot, 900 S. Main St., Lillington. …

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Do Not Judge My son, Aaron Gregory, is a gift from God. There are some people who don’t look at it like that. He loves God. But there are some places that are very nice to him, WPYB, WCKB, Taco Bell, Hot Dog …
Tax dollars not used The “Tighten Budgets” comment in last week’s Sound Off [June 8] made some false assumptions about the use of Harnett County tax dollars to fund the Harnett County Public Utilities annual water quality report insert.
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Better Time For Primary Our state’s next presidential primary, in 2020, will be held in March. The filing period will begin in December of the previous year. That seems awfully early to start all the political hooting and …
Tar Heel Editors Speak Out ... Adult smoking is on the decline, the Journal’s Richard Craver reported recently. That’s good for individual health and the nation’s health. It’s also good for children who may otherwise …
Amendments Will Shift Power Back To People State Sen. Rick Horner has more trust in his constituents than opponents of voter identification laws. “The citizens of North Carolina finally get to decide if they want voter ID or not,” …
The Declaration Of Independence When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate …
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This Land Was Made For You And Me Ah… Independence Day; a day designed to emancipate ourselves from those things taxing both our bodies and minds. On Wednesday, the Fourth of July, I was reprieved a day from my dutiful efforts …
Sales Tax RALEIGH — After decades of debate and litigation, the U.S. Supreme Court has settled a contentious matter: governments will now be authorized to tax the online purchases of their residents even if …
Restoring Civic Pride Even when July Fourth falls in the middle of a week you can count on fireworks displays, flags hanging, neighbors gathering for cookouts, watermelons being sliced and just maybe you might find …
There Is A Better Way To Raise Money For Roads I attended both city council meetings this month regarding the proposed budget and as a life-long citizen of this community, I am concerned. I am concerned about the lack of forward thinking. I am …
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