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Showing 24 articles from April 16, 2015.

Local News

Fires Destroy W'boro Residence
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Plant Pinwheels In Support Of Child Abuse Prevention Month
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Opinion

SUNRISE Not Alone
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Business

St. Joseph Water Works Wins Regional Water Contest
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Sports

1st Annual Buchanan /  Doty Bowl Be Held Fri.,  May 1st In Waynesboro
1st Annual Buchanan / Doty Bowl Be Held Fri., May 1st In Waynesboro
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Wayne County Soccer Beats Cascade, Loses To CPA And Scotts Hill
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Education

Local Students Attend L'ship Development Day
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Wayne Retired Teachers Assoc. Awards S'ships
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Obituaries

Odle, Thrasher, Haddock, Simbeck, Daniel and Plunk Deaths
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Church News

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"Celebrate The Music" Presents The Dunaways At Cornerstone Church
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Decoration Sat., April 25, North H'land Cemetery
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Gospel Meeting Apr. 19 Thru 21 North Highland
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Revival Apr. 15-16-17 At Millrock
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To Sing At Stateline Church Sat., April 25
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TN news

April Is Confederate History Month
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Lifestyle

Another Successful Janet J. Smith 5K Fun Run / Walk
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John H. Culp Chapter Meets
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Upcoming Concert Apr. 25 At First Methodist, W'boro Features Autistic Musician
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Top Stories

Board Of Ed. To Select New Superintendent Spl. Meeting Thursday

On Thursday, April 9, 2015 the Wayne County Board of Education met for their regularly scheduled meeting. All board members were present.

Chairman Barry Hanback called the meeting to order and invited those in attendance to participate in a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.

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Mark Collie To Be Inducted Into Int. Rock-A-Billy H. Of F.
Mark Collie To Be Inducted Into Int. Rock-A-Billy H. Of F.
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W'boro Commissioners Offer Few Answers On Termination Police Chief

On Monday, April 13

at 5:30 P.M. the Waynesboro commission met for their regularly scheduled meeting. Mayor Tony Creasy called the meeting to order and Vice-Mayor Jeff Howell offered the invocation. Motions were made and seconded to approve the minutes for the previous regular meeting and for the special meeting.

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Community News

No Change In Garbage Pick-up City Of C'wood
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WCHS Senior Play Apr. 16 And 17
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