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Local writer revisits brutal 1878 murder

Two lives taken, three men hanged

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WE WERE THERE...

EDITOR'S NOTE: In honor of the Mount Olive Tribune's final edition, we take a look back at the many moments in history this periodical covered in its 118 years of existence.

‘Something I really hate to see’

“This is something I really hate to see,” said Mount Olive Town Manager Jammie Royall. It was the reaction he had when he was told the Tribune was closing its doors, effective June …
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The old rescue squad building on Northwest Center Street is slated to become a second firehouse for Mount Olive, until a new fire department can be built.
Fire station is busting at its seams, town says
Efforts are still underway to find approximately $500,000 in grant funding to finance major renovations of the old rescue building on …
Mount Olive hopes for $15M grant
Mount Olive Town Manager Jammie Royall said he has high hopes of getting approval of the town’s application for a $15 million grant …
Work has finally started in the South Church Street sidewalk project. Personnel with Concrete Specialties of Mount Olive have already poured the fill dirt to prepare the site.
Sidewalk work begins
Work has finally begun on the South Church Street sidewalk project. Crews from Concrete Specialties of Mount Olive have already …
This week in history: June 29-July 5
A look at the news that made headlines in the Mount Olive Tribune this week since 1971.
Southern Wayne graduate JaMaya Leach, center, receives a $2,000 scholarship from Alkebulan Community Reform. Standing with Leach are ACR co-founders Jessica Olliver, left, and Michael Olliver.
ACR awards two scholarships
Southern Wayne seniors Kristasiah Jones and Ja’Maya Leach each received a $2,000 scholarship from Alkebulan Community Reform to …
From the Opinion pages

Closing out a long career

This is my last column. It closes out a 60 year career for me, and is also the official end of this newspaper. It has served the Mount Olive and surrounding area since 1904. I have been writing …

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