Bethany Daddy-Daughter Dance set for Feb. 10

Bethany Missionary Baptist Church will be hosting its fifth annual Daddy-Daughter Dance on Saturday, Feb. 10, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the church, located at 8980 Old Beulah Road in Kenly. This is a free event and guests will receive a free picture, according to dance committee member Amy Beasley. “Guests planning to attend…

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Middle School Roundup

By: Jacob Huffman North Middle sets schedule changes North Johnston Middle’s basketball scheduled game at home against Neuse Charter on Thursday has been postponed to Tuesday, Feb. 13. Princeton girls come from behind Last Tuesday, Princeton Middle girls basketball team barely edged Four Oaks Middle in a 19-17 comeback win at home. Princeton’s win brings it up…

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Lady Bulldogs come out sharp in victory

By MICHAEL HELD Sports editor PRINCETON—The Princeton girls basketball team seemed to relish the opportunity to play some Saturday afternoon basketball as the Bulldogs hosted Union in a game that had to be rescheduled due to the recent winter weather. Princeton showed little ill effects of not having played a game at all during the…

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Princeton boys shows depth in conference win

BY MICHAEL HELD Sports editor PRINCETON—Due to sche-duled exams and days of school cancelled due to snow, the Princeton boys basketball team only had one game to play last week but the Bulldogs made sure to make it count. Avenging an earlier loss at Union, the Bulldogs (8-8 overall, 4-2 Carolina Conference) played one of…

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North Johnston Panthers chosen for all county soccer team recently

By MICHAEL HELD Sports editor CLAYTON–Johnston United Soccer Association recently voted on and announced the players selected to be on the JUSA Boys High School All County Team from the 2017 fall season and North Johnston was once again well-represented on the list. Panthers’ senior forward Alexis Hernandez and senior midfielder Adolfo Rosales were included…

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Selma woman arrested for using profanity

Selma Police arrested a 22-year-old woman on one misdemeanor charge of indecent language. The incident happened at 1:20 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 10, at the Han-dee Hugo’s, 350 U.S. 70 E, Selma. Police officers were chasing two suspects when Jasmine Genee Greene arrived on the scene. Police had arrested Gavin Christian and Rashaun Eason. Christian,…

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January 24, 2018 Classifieds

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Free U.S. citizenship class to be held at Selma public library

Triangle South Literacy Works is having a free U.S. citizenship class at the Selma Public Library located at 301 N. Pollock St. The class will prepare adult immigrants who are eligible for U.S. citizenship. Classes meet on Wednesday nights, Jan. 17 through May 16, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Topics include U.S. History from…

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Johnston County Schools set snow make up days

Losing additional school days due to winter weather has required Johnston County Public Schools to change the calendar by extending the semester until January 29 and redesignating some days in order to make up lost instructional time.  For traditional calendar and year-round students, Thursday, Jan. 25 and Friday, Jan. 26 will now be regular school…

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Selma Police arrest two on felony drug charges

Selma Police arrested two people on Tuesday afternoon, Jan 16, at the Master’s Inn on felony drug charges. A Selma Police officer said in his report that he was patrolling the Master’s Inn, located at 318 U.S. Hwy 70 East, a known high crime and drug area, when he noticed a white vehicle parked in…

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