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NASH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE REPORTS

A felony larceny was reported on 1/18/23 at 102 W Bridges Street, Battleboro
A misdemeanor larceny was reported on 1/16/23 at 10735 E NC 97, Rocky Mount
A warrant service was reported on 1/21/23 at 1151 Aventon Gin Road, Whitakers

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NASHVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT REPORTS

INCIDENTS
A larceny after breaking and entering and felony breaking and entering was reported on 1/16/23 at 161 Nashville Commons Drive
A death investigation was reported on 1/17/23 at 128 Circle Drive

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NASH COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS FOR JANUARY 16-20

BUILDING PERMIT
(RESIDENTIAL)
Luke Fortner; 9100 Byron Court; new single family; $250,000
Luke Fortner; 9122 Byron Court; new single family; $250,000

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COVER THE CRUISER
COVER THE CRUISER

The Nashville Police Department raised money for the Special Olympics with a "cover the cruiser" event Saturday on West Washington Street in Downtown Nashville. Pictured (L-R) is: David Boykin, Damon Brantley, Natalie Long, Kirsten Pierce and Mike Long. Officers thanked everyone who supported them including Baked and Brewed Coffee House. Money raised will go to the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics North Carolina.

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CERTIFIED FIREFIGHTERS
CERTIFIED FIREFIGHTERS

Nash Community College recognized five students for completing a firefighter certification series at a ceremony held at the NCC Continuing Education and Public Services Building on Wednesday, January 11, 2023. Nashville Fire Chief Chris Joyner was the guest speaker at the ceremony. The course met four nights each week and one weekend a month from August 1, 2022 through January 8, 2023.

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Oxford House opening in Rocky Mount

Oxford House and Trillium have opened a new residence in Rocky Mount to serve eight men.
Oxford Houses are a clean and sober housing option for individuals in recovery. With an average of eight beds per house, there are more than 2,000 Oxford House beds in North Carolina.

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Nash UNC adds new members to board
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Nash UNC adds new members to board

Nash UNC Health Care has appointed three new members to its Board of Commissioners, to fill seats left open by the departures of Melvin Mitchell, who served for nine years, Dr. Ivan Peacock, who served for nine years, and Robbie Green, who served for three years.
New board members Kenneth D. Arrington, Brian Brantley, and Terri Sharpe started their terms after being sworn in at the January 5 board meeting.

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Nash donates county vehicles to SNHS

The Nash County Board of Commissioners has donated a surplus patrol car and ambulance to local educational institutions.
Nash Community College will receive a 2014 Dodge Charger with approximately 157,544 miles. The vehicle still has lights and siren installed with a fair market value of less than $10,000, according to information provided by county officials.

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Intersections: God and Life
Intersections: God and Life

As we look at the earthly ministry of Jesus as recorded in the four gospels, we see Jesus focusing on three primary relationships. His priority was clearly on His relationship with His heavenly Father. That relationship was foundational to His relationships with His disciples and those who were without a saving relationship with Christ. The unity of the church refers to the union of the people of God, in all their various distinctives and expressions, bound to God and to one another by the gospel.

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RED OAK NEWS
RED OAK NEWS

Everyone's invited to a Soup and Sandwich lunch fundraiser on Sunday, February 12 immediately following the morning worship at Red Oak Baptist Church. Cost is $5 per person and funds will go toward the summer missions camps for youth and children. The youth will be traveling to MFUGE in Louisville, Kentucky in June.
Your Choice Resource Center will be having their annual Celebrate Life Banquet on Thursday, February 16 at Englewood Baptist Church. Doors open at 5:30 pm and program begins at 6:00 pm. Dinner will be served. Cost is $25 per person. Registration is available online.

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Have we lost God's hedge of protection?
Have we lost God's hedge of protection?

One of my favorite pastors once told me, "The Holy Spirit is a gentleman. He does not go where he is not wanted." I wonder if this statement could be applied to what's happening in our country today.
There is no doubt that God placed a hedge of protection around this country for many years. However, I'm beginning to think it's gone now. We have pushed him out of our schools, our county courthouses, and in some case, out of our churches.

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Castalia resident named to honor roll

Isaiah Dwane Jones, of Castalia, is one of 339 Mars Hill University students named to the Honor Roll of the Academic Dean at the end of the fall 2022 semester. To qualify for the Dean's List, students must earn a grade-point average of 3.5 on a minimum of 12 semester hours, and carry no grade below a C.
Mars Hill University is a premier private, liberal arts institution offering over 30 baccalaureate degrees, as well as master's degrees in criminal justice, elementary education, teaching, and management.

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Nashville residents named honor lists at Western Carolina

Western Carolina University recognized more than 2,000 students named to the Chancellor's List and Dean's List for Fall 2022.
Greyson Huneycutt and Magnolia Lewis, both of Nashville, were named to both the Chancellor's List and Dean's List.
To qualify for Chancellor's List, students must achieve a GPA of 3.8 or higher while completing 12 or more credit hours.

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COVID-19 cases decline

Since the beginning of the year in Nash County, only 16 people have been hospitalized with only four patients being treated in intensive care with a ventilator.
Local public health officials report that there were 128 cases during the week ending Jan. 16, which is down from 248 cases the prior week.
A total of 58% of the county's population has been vaccinated, but only 14% of them have received a booster shot.

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Wesleyan alumni establishes new endowed scholarship

Nancy S. Parker, a 1970 graduate of North Carolina Wesleyan, has fully funded the new Nancy S. Parker Endowment at NCWU. The scholarship will be awarded to NCWU students, preferably majoring in Math or Education, from Halifax or Northampton Counties in North Carolina.
After graduating from NC Wesleyan with a bachelor's degree in Math, Ms. Parker went on to become a middle school and high school Math teacher with the Roanoke Rapids Graded School District for 30 years.

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

DUMPED DOGS, NOT STRAYS. When someone doesn't want a dog, they should either find another home or a Rescue or take to the Shelter where we will work to find an Adopter or a Rescue. However, some people are lazy and literally don't care. That includes some breeders (backyard or otherwise), who are in it for the money and when the puppies get too big and they can't sell them or the parents get old or sick... some of them will dump them.

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