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County assists with low-income housing repairs

Sixteen low-income homes in parts of Nash County have had or are getting loans for housing rehabilitation, thanks to federal loans administered through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Nash County will be allocating $20,063, the last of its share of the money, for rehab projects in Middlesex, Whitakers and Spring Hope, with a Spring Hope home getting the lion's share of $8,406, according to a Home Reinvestment Partnership Fund Reconciliation Agreement accepted May 6 by Nash Commissioners.

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Nash Central Bulldogs awarded for civic work

Nash Central Bulldog Athletes have won a state award for community service for work done last fall to host a medical clinic at the high school.
The school was one of two teams in the state in the 2A class to win the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Commissioners' Trophy, along with a $1,000 award to be used in its athletic program.

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NASHVILLE POLICE REPORTS

INCIDENTS
Larceny of a firearm reported at 110 Circle Drive, Nashville on 5/12/24
Possession of drug paraphernalia (not marijuana) simple possession schedule II controlled substance reported at 813 Western Ave., Nashville on 5/16/24
Fleeing attempt to elude law; resisting arrest/hinder and delay; conspiracy to commit a felony; forgery-notes, checks, securities; identity fraud; forgery-uttering;

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NASH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE REPORTS

Assault with serious bodily injury reported at 10472 Village heights, Whitakers on 5/18/24
Larceny after breaking and entering reported at 1134 Golden Acres Dr., Spring Hope on 5/13/24
Motor vehicle theft reported at 1143 Golden Acres Dr., Spring hope on 5/13/24
Flee/elude arrest with motor vehicle, felony reported at 1205 Eastern Ave., Nashville on 5/15/24

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Red Oak passes budget, hears about Rotary events

RED OAK - The town of Red Oak has passed its $1,247,500 FY 2025 budget with nary a peep from the public during its May 13 town council meeting.
Posted on the town website after an April 18 budget work session, the budget has a 6% drop from last year but $30,000 increase for the town's 4th of July festival, which brings that into par with the annual Christmas festival.

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Can God really forgive me for all I have done?
Can God really forgive me for all I have done?

We frequently receive emails from readers seeking answers to spiritual dilemmas that life brings their way. Without a doubt, the most frequently question I get asked is "How can i know for certain that i really experienced salvation from the Lord"?
One reader recently wrote:
"I love Jesus with everything in me. I have committed my life to him and truly believe.

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Intersections: God and Life
Intersections: God and Life

Romans is perhaps the greatest letter ever written. The epistle is a clear, compelling, and comprehensive argument for justification by faith alone - the doctrine upon which the church stands or falls. But Romans is not just about what Christians believe. It is also about how Christians behave. Romans 12 shifts the focus of the letter from doctrine to duty.
How should Christians live?

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RED OAK NEWS
RED OAK NEWS

Women in Action missions group of Red Oak Baptist Church met together on Tuesday, May 14 at the church. They learned about and prayed for missionaries of the month and also participated in a project. The group made socks filled with rice to donate to the Nash County Pet Connection. Rice socks can be used at animal shelters as heating pads. They can be warmed in the microwave and soothe animals that have had surgery and provide warmth for kittens and puppies. The group also collected items for Meredith Walujjo to use in her ministry in Uganda with the children. The next Women in Action meeting will be Tuesday, June 11.

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Academic scholarships
Academic scholarships

The West Mount Ruritan Club presented five academic scholarships at the club's regular meeting on May 16th. The scholarship recipients, who attended the meeting with family members, were (left to right): Charles Brown, Kylee Pitt, Club President Angela Becker who presented the scholarships on behalf of the club, Savanna Wells, Ashton Rhodes and Arby Bell.

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SNHU announces Dean's List

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) announces Jarrett Davis of Nashville and Elisha Pope of Spring Hope being named to the Winter 2024 Dean's List. The winter terms run from January to May.

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SNHU announces President's List

Morgan Richardson of Nashville has been named to Southern New Hampshire University's (SNHU) Winter 2024 President's List. The winter terms run from January to May.

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NASH COUNTY DEED TRANSFERS

Cornerstone Home Lending and Cornerstone Capital Bank SSB to Humphrey and Hyatt Realty Group, LLC; 9099 White Oak Hill Road, Bailey; $235,000
Chris M. Sandifer and Sarah L. Sandifer to Legacy Legacy, LLC; 321 South Tillery Street, Rocky Mount; $60,000
Legacy Legacy LLC to Luendreo Barboza and Matthew Marra; 321 South Tillery Street, Rocky Mount; $45,000

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NASH COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS

Deck; 3136 Octaivia Dr., Rocky Mount; Donna Austin; $23,000
New single family dwelling; 8960 Ava Dr., Bailey; Steven Futrell; $211,938.93
New single family dwelling; 8942 Ava Dr., Bailey; Steven Futrell; $205,660.79

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NASH COUNTY BLOOD DRIVES

Rocky Mount
5/28/2024: 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Environmental Services Building, 1221 Thorpe Road
5/31/2024: 10:30 a.m. - 3 p.m., Braswell Memorial Library, 727 North Grace Street

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Economic impact of NC agriculture jumps to $111.1 billion

RALEIGH - The economic impact of North Carolina's agriculture and agribusiness industry jumped to $111.1 billion, posting a second straight year of strong growth at nearly $8 billion Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler announced last week.
"With last year's increase of $10 billion, that represents over $18 billion in growth since 2022 when we were coming out of a pandemic and some challenging economic times," Troxler said at the opening of the 2024 Got to Be NC Festival.

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