Is the local Republican Party being destroyed from within? In the years following the 2012 elections many longtime republicans and elected republicans have shared their disappointment with the tactics used within the party to cherry pick candidates if they don’t agree with an elite few within the local party. After the 2012 election Don Davis
Archives for May 2014
Politicians & Leaders feathers ruffled about the Harnett Dispatch giving transparency to the public In the last two years I have enjoyed sharing the news with the people of this great county. What started as a hobby has formed into a viable news source for many. With well over 12,000, visitors per day
Community Pulls together for one of God’s Little Angels The John Ryan Parker Story Madison and Monique were still in high school when they found out that they were expecting. Madison was 17 and Monique was 16. At first it was hard to handle the news wondering what this would do to their lives.
County Obtains $5.2 Million Judgment Against Former Employee On May 9, 2014, Superior Court Judge Douglas Sasser issued a ruling in the case of County of Harnett v. Randy D. Rogers, in support of the County’s claims that former Harnett County employee Randy Rogers committed fraud, and unfair and deceptive trade practices against the
The Coats-Erwin Middle 8th Grade Chorus, directed by choral teacher Teresa Aiken, presented “Guys and Dolls, Jr.” on May 8th! Fifty-two students participated in the production!
On Friday May 16th, Crossroads Church in Lillington along with several other churches in the Lillington area will be having a summer kickoff event for area youth. there will be music, food and a pro wrestling ministry that I run with a partner. Platinum Praise Pro Wrestling Ministries will be putting on a free
Congratulations to Laura Jessup for being selected as the 2013-2014 Harnett County Educational Office Professional of the Year!! Ms. Jessup is the administrative assistant to Monica Thompson in the Human Resources Department and also is the Statistical & Report Analyst. Laura has worked for Harnett County Schools for 12 years.
A North Carolina State Trooper pulled a car over on US 301 about 2 miles south of the Virginia State line. When the trooper asked the driver why he was speeding…, the driver said he was a juggler and was on his way to do a show at the Shrine Circus in Emporia. He