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Fundraiser for Cody Clark rescheduled

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AMMON —The Easter egg hunt and One Mile Walk/Run for Cody Clark have been postponed due to the threat of inclement weather.All events have been rescheduled to Saturday, April 26, and all times will remain the same. The run/walk begin at 11 a.m. and the egg hunt at 12:30 p.m.For questions, call 910-588-4592.

 

Taco Bell to begin construction in May

ELIZABETHTOWN —For those in the area salivating over the impending arrival of Taco Bell to the downtown Elizabethtown area, plans have moved to the front of the grill and the Mexican fast-food chain could be delivered soon.Elizabethtown Town Planner Bryan Martin said plans are still moving forward for the construction of a Taco Bell restaurant in town in the near future. Family Foods Inc. of Fayetteville, which will operate the establishment once completed, submitted an appli...

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Your government as innovator? Yes!

Five years ago, the federal government spent $169 billion to fund basic research and development. This fiscal year, it’s down to $134 billion. ...

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This is Day 5 of earning for yourself

The weather is getting warmer, the plants are in bloom, and people are starting to spend more time outside. Yes, it’s springtime, and as we get more comfortable with the season change, one thing continues to put a damper on things — tax day.April 15 arrived has come and gone, but do you know exactly how long it took you to pay those taxes?If we add up every tax you have to pay — federal, state, property, etc. — how long would it take? What is the ...

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An empty tomb is not an empty promise

“The Mystery of Al Capone’s Vault” aired almost three decades ago this week, and at the time, it was the most watched syndicated television show in the history of the m...

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Whiteville farmer pleads guilty to mail fraud

WHITEVILLE — John Paul Smith, a farmer and grain broker who once operated grain elevators in Clarkton and Whiteville, was sentenced in federal court Thursday after entering a guilty plea to charges of mail fraud.According to reports, Smith served as a broker for Murphy Brown LLC purchasing corn, soybeans, and wheat from area farmers for the company. Smith would enter information regarding the crops he purchased for Murphy Brown into an electronic system, according to court re...

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Elizabethtown Middle School students named to honor rolls

Elizabethtown Middle School recently announced its third quarter honor students.Fifth Grade— A Honor Roll: Anette Munoz-Ventura, Lavada Jackson, Kaleb Anders, Weston Hodge, Ethan Johnson, Madison Kellum, Aiyana Lowry, Kristen Pate, Ayden Piland, Kayleigh Raynor, Janeth Salgado, Drew Sholar, Hannah Wheeless

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Fixing our schools: E’town Primary, Clarkton School of Discovery

ELIZABETHTOWN — You can often find them in a parking lot, along a sidewalk, in the bottom of your purse, under the couch cushions. Pennies can be found everywhere. Tossed aside with little value. But to a school system, they are valuable. And particularly when you put pennies together to make dollars. ...

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