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Nash oks incentive

Nash County Commissioners approved an inducement agreement for Carolina Innovative Foods, Inc. (CIFI) at a recessed meeting last week.
Krista Ikert, Vice-President of the Carolina Gateway Partnership, brought the agreement to commissioners for approval.

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School vouchers nixed

Judge Robert Hobgood ruled last week that the NC state “Opportunity Scholarship Program,” which offers private school vouchers to students in the state, is unconstitutional. In his ruling, Hobgood stated that the voucher program adopted by the NC General Assembly in 2013, violates several provisions of the NC Constitution.
Hobgood’s ruling also stopped immediate implementation of the voucher program, a decision that has left hundreds of North Carolina children in a state of limbo, uncertain as to which school they will be allowed to attend.

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Vester grows record breaking pumpkin for Southeast US
THE GREAT PUMPKIN! –– Danny Vester of Spring Hope stands beside his pumpkin which was just named the record breaking pumpkin for the Southeastern United States and is considered the world’s second largest pumpkin.
Vester grows record breaking pumpkin for Southeast US

What started off as a hobby for a Spring Hope man has turned into a way to help promote Spring Hope’s Pumpkin Festival.
Danny Vester recently returned from Cullman, Alabama with what is now considered the record breaking pumpkin for the Southeastern United States.
The pumpkin weighed in at 1,296 pounds.

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NPD SPOTLIGHT
NPD SPOTLIGHT

The Nashville Graphic is introducing officers of the Nashville Police Department each month as part of an “Officer Spotlight” series.  The articles are featured the last Wednesday of each month  to help Nashville residents get to know the officers who protect and serve their communities.
Officer Name: Thomas M. Robbins

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Annual Warren “Sneak” Lewis 5K is Sept. 13

Purple and gold will be the colors for the Third Annual Warren “Sneak” Lewis 5K Memorial Race, in honor of Lewis’ daughter, Lauren, who just started her first year at East Carolina University.
The race is set for Saturday, September 13 in Middlesex and already, over 300 runners have registered for the race.
The race is in memory of Warren “Sneak” Lewis, III, who was shot and killed while serving a murder warrant with the Eastern North Carolina Fugitive Task Force.

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Terry celebrates 100 years
Terry celebrates 100 years

Elsie Terry was shocked to receive a card last week from the President of the United States.
“I got a card from the White House,” she exclaimed as her daughter-in-law, Sandy Terry, presented the card to her last Tuesday at Autumn Care in Nashville.
Sandy said the card was well deserved, as her mother-in-law was celebrating her 100th birthday.

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