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Huskies fall flat against Millbrook

By Becky Kimbrell-Norris Correspondent WAKE FOREST — A bad offensive showing by the Heritage High School boys basketball team Friday resulted in a rout in which the Huskies would end up on the wrong side. The Heritage team turned in one of their worst offensive performances of...
Posted On 16 Jan 2014
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Wake Forest can’t overcome slow start

By David Allen Staff Writer WAKE FOREST — Wake Forest’s boys basketball team struggled to climb out of the pit they had dug in the first half as they faced off against Leesville Friday. Although they put on a valiant effort in the fourth period, it wasn’t enough to stop the...
Posted On 16 Jan 2014

Grateful for Jeff Pethel

To the editor: I am writing this letter to the editor not to complain or voice a political view; instead I am writing to thank a certain individual in Rolesville. Jeff Pethel, the minister of Christian Education at Rolesville Baptist Church recently turned in his resignation to...
Posted On 16 Jan 2014
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Aussies defeat Yanks in friendly match

By Becky Kimbrell-Norris Correspondent WAKE FOREST — The Franklin Academy girls basketball team was dealt their second defeat of the season Thursday by a club team from Australia. The U18 Frankston Blues won the game 56-22, keeping their record perfect during their 21-day...
Posted On 16 Jan 2014

Planned apartments expected to jam traffic

To the editor: First, I am a proud resident of the town of Wake Forest and enjoy living in the Deacon’s Ridge neighborhood. As with any progressive town or city, buildings and changes are always being planned and/or in the stage of completion. I do not always agree with all of...
Posted On 16 Jan 2014

Lasting impression on DHHS

by Chris Fitzsimon One of the most interesting comments about last week’s announcement that Ricky Diaz was leaving his post as communications director of the scandal-plagued N.C. Department of Health and Human Services came from the department’s embattled leader, Secretary Aldona...
Posted On 16 Jan 2014

The mentally ill need care, not cops

by Lee Brett Recently another preventable tragedy occurred Jan. 5 in North Carolina. From WWAYNC News: “A Boiling Springs Lake father says his son was murdered by police this afternoon. Mark Wilsey called police when his 18-year-old, 90-pound son had a screwdriver that he would...
Posted On 16 Jan 2014

Let’s not kill all the auditors

by Scott Mooneyham Some community college presidents and trustees should probably answer a simple question: Do you pay attention to the larger world outside your own door? Last year, as the legislative session was winding down, the community college presidents and trustees in...
Posted On 16 Jan 2014