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Rosewood pulls away in second half more
Gators now 0-4 overall more
Community can assist United Way of Wayne County in two ways more
Saints play catch up entire game, fall to 0-2 more
Southern Wayne prevails in 10 of 15 contested events more
Sen. Jim Perry, Majority Whip of the NC Senate (R - Wayne, Lenoir), has been appointed to the following committees, for the 2021-2022 biennium by Sen. Phil Berger: Co-Chairman, … more
Mayor Ken Talton officially swore in Jason Hughes and John Duncan to the Mount Olive Police Department during last week’s board of commissioners meeting. Hughes is the department’s new … more
State authorities have not been notified of the town’s $2 million funding shortfall for projects at the wastewater treatment plan. The holiday season and other issues delayed contact, … more
University of Mount Olive senior Isaac Best is majoring in agricultural production with a concentration in business — a diploma anticipated to serve him well as he strives to grow and diversify … more
The Mount Olive Tribune is taking a look back at some of the moments that made headlines in older Tribune editions. Join us here each week as we go back in time and share your history with us at editor@mountolivetribune.com. more
Raymond E. Smith Jr., a native of Mount Olive, was elected minority whip by the House Democratic caucus in the N.C. General Assembly. Smith is the House District 21 representative for Wayne and … more
No applicants have expressed interest for the town’s vacant finance officer job. The position becomes available Feb. 1 when long-time Town Clerk and Finance Officer Kay Anderson retires … more
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