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Missing woman's body found
Missing woman's body found

The nephew of Sarah Denise Patterson, 51, has been charged with first degree murder after her body was found in a shallow grave on Wednesday.
Patterson, of Raleigh, was recently reported missing while visiting Spring Hope.
On Tuesday, investigators found Patterson's vehicle burned, Nash County Sheriff Keith Stone said during a press conference. The vehicle was found in Edgecombe County. Stone said the vehicle was likely burned to conceal evidence.

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Rocky Mount man killed in car accident

An accident on Highway 64 took the life of a Rocky Mount man on Wednesday afternooon.
The accident happened around 2:11 p.m. on Highway 64, 1.2 miles northeast of Nashville.
According to the NC Highway Patrol, a vehicle driven by 20-year-old Zachary Davis Williams, of Rocky Mount, was traveling west on Highway 64 when it crossed the center line to the right, struck a guardrail, overturned and then struck a bridge before coming to rest.

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Nashville aims to become a Tree City

The Town of Nashville is taking steps to become a Tree City USA.
The town hopes to enact steps at the beginning of the fiscal year to be eligible to apply for the program.
Marguerite Bishop, Director of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources, presented the item to council members at the May 7 council meeting.

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TAR RIVER ACADEMY HONOR ROLLS

Nash-Rocky Mount Schools has released its Honor Roll lists for the third semester of the 2018-2019 school year.
The following students at Tar River Academy made the A or A/B Honor Roll.

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CITI HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLLS

Nash-Rocky Mount Schools has released its Honor Roll lists for the third semester of the 2018-2019 school year.
The following students at CITI High School made the A or A/B Honor Roll.

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60th year reunion
60th year reunion

The Nashville High School Class of 1959 recently held their 60th year reunion at the Wilson Woman's Club. Pictured, left to right, are, first row: Pat Alsup Montgomery, Nancy Sustare Druggan, Helen Ayers Wood, Margorie Joyner Gardiner, Nancy Baker Morris, Marrie Carr Moore, Pat Boone Parker, Linda Tyson Askew. Second row: Joyce Fisher Hudson, Johnny Rackley, Ginny Thompson Bartholomew, Butch Huckabee, Charles Bell, Cecil Pullen. Third row: Ed Chappell, Wade Burnette, Boyd Wood, Vernan Leonard and Carroll Sullivan.

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Annual Food Drive Campaign
Annual Food Drive Campaign

The US Postal Service in Nashville recently completed its 2019 Letter Carrier Association Annual Food Drive Campaign. The 2019 Drive collected five all purpose containers full of food. Carriers and staff said they would like to thank the community for the generous support of the annual event.

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SPRING HOPE ELEMENTARY HONOR ROLLS

Nash-Rocky Mount Schools has released its Honor Roll lists for the third semester of the 2018-2019 school year.
The following students at Spring Hope Elementary School made the A or A/B Honor Roll.

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Nash County Animal Friends' Notebook
Nash County Animal Friends' Notebook

FREE PETS!!! Well...pets are not really free. Not if you take care of them! Actually, there is a $50 refundable adoption fee at the Nash County Animal Shelter for a pet that needs to be fixed (or (or a non-refundable $20 if the pet is already fixed). The $50 is refunded, if you have the pet fixed within a reasonable period. It is so critical that pets be fixed to stop the cycle of more pets coming into the Shelter. Yes, of course, it will cost a bit to have the pet fixed, but there are affordable options.

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NASH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE REPORTS

A breaking, entering and larceny was reported on 5/5/19 at 3499 Woodbrook Drive
Fighting was reported on 5/5/19 at 10238 S Walnut Street
A breaking and entering was reported on 5/5/19 at 1673 Mt Zion Church Road

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SWIFT CREEK ELEMENTARY HONOR ROLLS

Nash-Rocky Mount Schools has released its Honor Roll lists for the third semester of the 2018-2019 school year.
The following students at Swift Creek Elementary School made the A or A/B Honor Roll.

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NASH COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS MAY 13-17

Nash County Planning and Inspections issued the following building permits from May 13 through 17.

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Nash UNC Health Care warns about Spoofing

Area residents have alerted Nash UNC Health Care that the hospital's phone number and caller ID are showing up on their Caller ID, but it is not the hospital calling - it is a telemarketer or scammer.
"Caller ID spoofing" is when a caller falsifies the identity sent to your caller ID display to disguise their own identity and as a tactic to increase the number of answered calls.

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God has reasons for the tribulation
God has reasons for the tribulation

I don't believe Christians will have to suffer through the seven-year tribulation that the Bible promises. As far as I am concerned, I rest my case on what the Apostle Paul said at 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17: "For the Lord himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first. Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air.

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Intersections: God and Life
Intersections: God and Life

Recently I was invited to preside over a graveside service for a dear friend of mine from a former pastorate. As I prepared my remarks I was drawn to the 23rd Psalm. As I focused that day on this very familiar passage of scripture, I began to think even more about this shepherd that David speaks of in this text. So this past week, I have been studying about the good shepherd the Jesus spoke of according to the gospel of John chapter 10.

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RED OAK NEWS
RED OAK NEWS

Dorothy, Audrey, and Suzy Pearce had a great time at the Pearce-Tant Family Reunion Saturday, May 18! The reunion was held at Bunn Chapel Church of God of Prophecy in Bunn. Everyone enjoyed time together and lunch. One relative brought some old photo albums for everyone to look at. There were some real treasures in the books. Pictures never seen before of family today and many ancestors.

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SANDY CROSS NEWS
SANDY CROSS NEWS

Sunday May 19 was Graduate Sunday for high school and college graduates at KIC. The graduates entered the sanctuary to "Pomp & Circumstance" dressed in their caps and gowns. A video was shown of the graduates; this included photo collections of each of them growing and transitioning from infant to adult. Each graduate was presented with a gift from KIC. Congratulations to all of you!

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Luke's Word for the Week
Luke's Word for the Week

Hi Fellow Followers, Grace and Peace to you as we barrel towards summer here in Eastern Carolina. Our time together will be spent in two ways. First, I want to offer a brief word concerning another aspect of our salvation in Christ, in that we are saved from something to be saved for something. Secondly, I want to let you know of an exciting announcement that is sure to be a treat for us all in the weeks ahead. So let's dive in.

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PEACHTREE COMMUNITY NEWS
PEACHTREE COMMUNITY NEWS

The Peachtree Baptist Church Congregation family and friends came together to welcome the 2019 High School Graduates and the Cameron Boys Camp members to worship.
The Sanctuary flower arrangement Sunday was presented to glorify God by Melba and Jerry Hobgood in honor of the 2019 graduates and the residents of the NC Baptist Children's Homes.

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Shriner's Parade  pics, 1
Shriner's Parade pics, 1

Sudan Shriner Potentate Carl Smith waves to the crowd on Saturday. The ceremonial parade was brought to Nashville because Smith lives in Nashville and is serving as the leader, or potentate, of the Shriners.

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Shriner's Parade  pics, 2
Shriner's Parade pics, 2

Liz Cahoon, at right, dances with a member of the Sudan Cooligans on Saturday during the Shriner's Parade.

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Shriner's Parade  pics, 3
Shriner's Parade pics, 3

The Sudan Drum and Bugle Corps kicked off Saturday's Shriner's Parade in Downtown Nashville.

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Shriner's Parade  pics, 4
Shriner's Parade pics, 4

Northern Nash High School freshman Nataniel Rodriguez runs a mile for a fallen soldier.

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