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Nash to host Hunter Ed Courses

Hunter Education Courses are slated for Nash County beginning in August, according to the NC Wildlife Resources Commission.
Since 1991, any person desiring to purchase a North Carolina hunting license for the first time, must complete a Hunter Education Course and be certified as a safe hunter.
The courses are free and there is no age limit. However, children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult when they take the course.

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Central Carolina Holstein Show
Central Carolina Holstein Show

Cedar Isle Dairy traveled to Hillsborough, North Carolina on June 18 for the annual Central Carolina Holstein Show. Cole and Casey Strickland (L-R) competed in the Type Classes with their six Heifers and received several first place awards. In the Spring Heifer Class, "Amaretto" took first place. In the Fall Heifer Class, "Leslie" took first place and in the Spring Yearling Class, "Butterluck" took first place. In the Winter Yearling Class, "Emilia" took second place and "Holly" took third place. And in the Fall Yearling Class, "Enya" took second place. "Leslie" went on to win Reserve Junior Champion of the Junior and Open Show Competitions.

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Area businesses receive Governor's Award
Cummins-Rocky Mount Engine Plant representatives pictured with North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory (center) are (left to right) Ron Ellis, Eric Spivey, Jammie Barber and Jacquelyn Deloach.
Area businesses receive Governor's Award

The North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service has presented the 2015 Governor's Medallion Volunteer Service Award to Cummins - Rocky Mount Engine Plant for Edgecombe County in the Corporate/Business Volunteer Category and to PNC Bank for Nash County also in the Corporate/Business Volunteer Category.
The Governor's Medallion Award for Volunteer Service, is awarded to the top 20 volunteers in the state.

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Rocky Mount Police Chief graduates from Harvard program
Rocky Mount Police Chief graduates from Harvard program

Rocky Mount Police Chief James Moore recently graduated from the Harvard Kennedy School's Senior Executives in State and Local Government program. Using case studies, projects and listening to speakers, the course often provided a philosophical approach to exercising leadership in an environment with a struggling economy but a demand for more services. Professors skilled in their respective crafts provided keen insight on how to develop creative solutions under "tight constraints and increased public scrutiny," according to the website for Harvard Kennedy School.

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