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As we celebrate Native American Heritage Month in November, the Dunn Area History Museum would like to share some history about the first occupants of our area, the Native Americans. In 1996, the … more
For many people in our area, the first fall frost of the season usually means that it is time to include collards with our fall meals. There is something about that first frost that people say makes … more
RALEIGH — On Wednesday, Gov. Roy Cooper pardoned two turkeys in a ceremony at the North Carolina Executive Mansion. In his remarks, Cooper remarked on the importance of gratitude, and his own … more
Members of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 59 came together at the post home for their November meeting. President Brenda Page called the meeting to order and welcomed everyone present. Dr. … more
RALEIGH – The final list of winners in the North Carolina State Fair pig and goat shows have been announced and include some local residents. Winners include: Market Hog– Supreme … more
The Miss Dunn Scholarship Organization has announced the young ladies vying for the title of Miss Dunn and Miss Dunn’s Outstanding Teen. The Scholarship Competition will be held at Triton High … more
North Carolina State Auditor Beth Wood, a CPA with decades of experience in both public service and private practice, officially announces her candidacy for re-election to a fourth term. Her … more
The following information on felony arrests was provided by local law enforcement agencies. Harnett County Sheriff’s Office Nov. 20 Steven Ray Lambert, 35, of Angier was charged with seven … more
The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to be the lifeline for patients in need this holiday season by making an appointment to give blood or platelets. While helping to save lives is likely … more
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