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Archive for June, 2009

Schools investigated Wishnask twice for “possible inappropriate relationship” with student

Friday, June 5th, 2009

A former New Hanover County teacher facing criminal charges over alleged sexual contact with a 15-year-old Williston middle school student was twice suspended last fall as district officials investigated whether she had engaged in inappropriate contact with the same student previously.

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Owners of Tatyana’s sell European treats, share culture

Friday, June 5th, 2009

Late one morning, a woman is considering kielbasa at Tatyana’s European Delights, but when proprietor Sergey Zarubin asks if she wants a taste, the customer says “Oh, no.”

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Another swine flu case suspected at Roland-Grise Middle School

Friday, June 5th, 2009

More suspected and verified cases of H1N1 virus among New Hanover County children have been reported today.Shortly after 2 p.m., school officials announced a student at Roland-Grise Middle School is suspected to have the virus, also known as swine flu.The student was not in school today, according to a statement from the school system.

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Wrightsboro Elementary celebrates 100

Friday, June 5th, 2009

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Wrightsboro Elementary School celebrated a milestone Friday. Students, alumni, former staff, and special guests joined the centennial celebration today at Wrightsboro Baptist Church.

In honor of the anniversary, two murals were unveiled, and the school received a historical plaque. The 4th and 5th graders were invited to attend the ceremony where some read speeches about the history of the school. All the students enjoy attending a 100 year old school.

“No other school like this is going to be like 100 years old, and that’s very fun,” said Savannah Bellamy.

Madelyn Gell added, “I like the old school because, uh, I guess it’s old! That’s all!”

After the ceremony, guests were invited to the school for a reception with refreshments and student-led tours of the building.

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Wrightsboro Elementary School celebrated a milestone Friday. Students, alumni, former staff, and special guests joined the centennial celebration today at Wrightsboro Baptist Church.

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D-Day veterans recall mounting casualties and no time to be scared

Friday, June 5th, 2009

Eighty-eight-year-old Sid Chapin of Hampstead is a veteran with a clear memory of his contribution to the D-Day invasion.

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