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'Open arms and open hearts' | Henderson Dispatch 'Open arms and open hearts'
As in years past, the staff and volunteers of Area Christians Together In Service, or ACTS, provided 200 free Thanksgiving meals to those in the Henderson area who otherwise may not have been fortunate enough to have one.
Henderson Dispatch | November 24, 2017
Get in holiday spirit with 'Tidings of Comfort and Joy' | Henderson Dispatch Get in holiday spirit with 'Tidings of Comfort and Joy'
Get into the holiday spirit with the show “Tidings of Comfort and Joy” on Saturday at McGregor Hall.
Henderson Dispatch | November 24, 2017
Christmas Dinner Theatre presents 'A Christmas Carol' | Henderson Dispatch Christmas Dinner Theatre presents 'A Christmas Carol'
Tiny Tim, Scrooge and Christmases Past, Present and Future will be celebrating the season in Henderson during the next two weekends.
Henderson Dispatch | November 24, 2017
Crime Log | Henderson Dispatch Crime Log
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Henderson Dispatch | November 23, 2017
'You guys don't know how much you helped us'' | Henderson Dispatch 'You guys don't know how much you helped us''
A former Henderson resident and his family who weathered the effects of a Texas hurricane, tornado and floods three months ago is spending Thanksgiving thanking his hometown.
Henderson Dispatch | November 23, 2017
Man sentenced for robbery, firearm offenses | Henderson Dispatch Man sentenced for robbery, firearm offenses
RALEIGH — Two men who were charged in a series of armed robberies that took place in Vance County from October to December 2015 were sentenced in federal court Wednesday.
Henderson Dispatch | November 23, 2017
'When you hear that 'When you hear that "mama" or "daddy" for the first time': Foster parenting leads Vance County couple to adopt
For the past two years, Jazmyn has sat at the Clark family table for Thanksgiving.
Henderson Dispatch | November 23, 2017
Rep. Clardy files for re-election | Henderson Daily News Rep. Clardy files for re-election
State Rep. Travis Clardy has officially filed to seek re-election to represent House District 11 in the Texas House of Representatives.
Henderson Daily News | November 22, 2017
Angel Trees | Henderson Daily News Angel Trees
It’s that time of year again. The Rusk County Child Welfare Board is hosting its annual Angel Tree project. Angels may be picked up at Snowflake Deli, Henderson Federal Savings Bank, Texas Bank and Ci
Henderson Daily News | November 22, 2017
Main street city | Henderson Daily News Main street city
Editor’s Note: Nathan Saxe is a high school student in York, Pennsylvania. When asked to write an English paper about where he would like to live someday, Saxe chose Henderson. He is related to Clovis
Henderson Daily News | November 22, 2017
Christmas Tree Auction | Henderson Daily News Christmas Tree Auction
The Henderson Area Chamber of Commerce’s 4th Annual Christmas Tree Auction began Tuesday at 127 E. Main St., the former Ryan’s Downtown Restaurant. The auction will be open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. thru Dec. 1.
Henderson Daily News | November 22, 2017
Suspect still at large as attempted murder charges are issued for Saturday shooting | Henderson Dispatch Suspect still at large as attempted murder charges are issued for Saturday shooting
A third suspect in a Saturday shooting that left one injured did not appear in jail booking reports as of Tuesday.
Henderson Dispatch | November 21, 2017
VANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: E.O. Young third-grader ROARs | Henderson Dispatch VANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: E.O. Young third-grader ROARs
Ask Marylaura C. McKoon how she describes third-grader Angela Ponce, and she’ll use the words respected, kind and caring.
Henderson Dispatch | November 21, 2017
VCS educator named North Central Region Teacher of the Year | Henderson Dispatch VCS educator named North Central Region Teacher of the Year
An assembly at Pinkston Street Elementary School on Tuesday quickly shifted into an emotional and celebratory event with the surprise announcement that fourth- and fifth-grade math teacher Kedecia Stewart has been named the North Central Region Teacher of the Year.
Henderson Dispatch | November 21, 2017
SHARING THE BOUNTY OF THE SEASON | Henderson Dispatch SHARING THE BOUNTY OF THE SEASON
Pastor John Miles, Henderson Police Chief Marcus Barrow and Risen Faith Outreach Ministry youth and supporters spent Tuesday driving to all 18 Vance County Schools and one in Granville County to give away turkeys to students whose families might not…
Henderson Dispatch | November 21, 2017
Vance's Animal Control chief receives state award | Henderson Dispatch Vance's Animal Control chief receives state award
Vance County’s Animal Control chief is this year’s North Carolina Animal Control Officer of the Year.
Henderson Dispatch | November 20, 2017
HISD Board talks stadium update | Henderson Daily News HISD Board talks stadium update
At the regularly scheduled meeting of the Henderson Independent School District Board of Trustees on Tuesday, the board recognized the outgoing board member, Clay Wilder. Jean Williams, Chair of the B
Henderson Daily News | November 20, 2017
CWJC of Rusk County celebrates graduation | Henderson Daily News CWJC of Rusk County celebrates graduation
Christian Women’s Job Corps of Rusk County celebrated the completion of their 31st class of Basic Life & Job Preparation Skills.
Henderson Daily News | November 20, 2017
Solving Joe's Case | Henderson Daily News Solving Joe's Case
Closure is not a word in the vocabulary of those who knew Joseph Michael Douglas. They’re just relieved to have a few answers.
Henderson Daily News | November 20, 2017
Shooting investigation continues; warrant issued for third suspect | Henderson Dispatch Shooting investigation continues; warrant issued for third suspect
Charges have been filed and a warrant issued following a shooting that injured a 33-year-old woman Saturday near the intersection of Walnut and Pettigrew streets in Henderson.
Henderson Dispatch | November 20, 2017
VGCC president named to statewide commission | Henderson Dispatch VGCC president named to statewide commission
Stelfanie Williams, Vance-Granville Community College president, has been appointed to serve on My Future NC, a newly forged statewide commission focusing on educational attainment that comes equipped with well-known leaders in education.
Henderson Dispatch | November 20, 2017
Local ministry feeds more than 2,000 in outreach effort | Henderson Dispatch Local ministry feeds more than 2,000 in outreach effort
Saturday was the first time Grace Ministries organizers wanted to host a prayer and a meal event with the goal of feeding 2,000 people.
Henderson Dispatch | November 19, 2017
Going to the market: Residents pack annual holiday market | Henderson Dispatch Going to the market: Residents pack annual holiday market
Gifters were able to get a headstart on the holiday season Saturday at the 4th Annual Vance County Regional Farmers Market Handcrafted Holiday Market.
Henderson Dispatch | November 19, 2017
Woman, suspect shot in Henderson incident | Henderson Dispatch Woman, suspect shot in Henderson incident
Two people were shot in an exchange of gunfire Saturday in Henderson.Officer with the Henderson Police Department had responded to a domestic juvenile call in the 400 block of Orange Street. While they were in the yard speaking with the…
Henderson Dispatch | November 18, 2017
Vance officials weigh broadband study | Henderson Dispatch Vance officials weigh broadband study
Vance County needs a regional broadband study — that is the recommendation members of the technology committee will bring to the full board next month.
Henderson Dispatch | November 18, 2017
Vance school board honored at state conference | Henderson Dispatch Vance school board honored at state conference
The Vance County Board of Education, which underwent and recently completed Master Board Level I training, was recognized in Greensboro this week at the North Carolina School Boards Association Annual Conference 2017 for completion of the training.
Henderson Dispatch | November 17, 2017
'Moonlight' Graham of 'Field of Dreams' had family ties to Warrenton | Henderson Dispatch 'Moonlight' Graham of 'Field of Dreams' had family ties to Warrenton
Archibald “Archie” Graham earned the nickname of “Moonlight.” Whether it was because of his speed on the basepaths or because he moonlighted as a baseball player while attending medical school has never been settled.
Henderson Dispatch | November 17, 2017
Local singer advances to top 12 on Local singer advances to top 12 on "The Voice"
Local singer Brooke Simpson has made it to the final 12 on the NBC singing competition show “The Voice” and will be competing in the live round Monday after advancing past the playoff round earlier this week.
Henderson Dispatch | November 17, 2017
The Graham family influenced education across the state | Henderson Dispatch The Graham family influenced education across the state
A small school stood on the corner of Ridgeway and Main streets in Warrenton more than 200 years ago. The John Graham Center occupies that spot today. The timeline connecting the two structures encompasses much of the history of education…
Henderson Dispatch | November 17, 2017
Why they didn't speak | Henderson Dispatch Why they didn't speak
There are two different kinds of men.
Henderson Dispatch | November 17, 2017
Faulkner, Matthews receive farm of year awards at annual Farm-City Breakfast | Henderson Dispatch Faulkner, Matthews receive farm of year awards at annual Farm-City Breakfast
On Monday, Donald Faulkner performed CPR on a hog and Thursday, he and his family were recognized as small family farm of the year in Vance County.
Henderson Dispatch | November 16, 2017
Fire destroys Vance County home | Henderson Dispatch Fire destroys Vance County home
No fatalities or injuries were reported in a fire that burned down a Vance County home on Old Thomas Lane Thursday afternoon.
Henderson Dispatch | November 16, 2017
Jackson receives prestigious Friday Medal | Henderson Dispatch Jackson receives prestigious Friday Medal
Tony Jackson, Vance County Schools superintendent, joined a weighty list of people Wednesday when he and six other superintendents were presented with the Friday Medal at The Friday Institute For Educational Innovation on N.C. State University’s Centennial Campus in Raleigh.
Henderson Dispatch | November 16, 2017
City votes no on funding more library hours | Henderson Dispatch City votes no on funding more library hours
The Henderson City Council voted unanimously Monday night not to approve additional money to help fund extended hours of operation for the Perry Memorial Library during the current fiscal year, breaking with the county, which did approved the additional funds.
Henderson Dispatch | November 16, 2017