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Top Stories for Wednesday, December 17th, 2014:






By LISA FARMER

Managing Editor Troopers in Harnett County had a brainstorming session Monday and came up with a plan to keep motorists safer — with a holiday twist.

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By KEILAH GOFF

Of The Record Staff

When the Harnett County Board of Education meets for a special work session Thursday night, one topic on the agenda will be the recent receipt of a letter issued by the UNC Center for Civil Rights.

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By OONAGH MCQUARRIE

Of The Record Staff

The Salvation Army, one of Christmastime’s most recognizable hallmarks, has faced a shortfall this year.

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A Dunn man facing rape charges has been released from jail this month following a plea deal and inconclusive DNA evidence.

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Cape Fear Valley Health will implement a new visitation policy at all of its hospitals restricting children under age 12 from visiting the hospital at this time.

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By OONAGH McQUARRIE

Of The Record Staff

The Harnett County Commissioners met Monday night to discuss restarting the county match for employees’ 401(k) accounts.

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 Note: We’re starting our countdown of the Top 10 area sports stories of 2014. No. 10 was offThe Daily Record radar until a proud grandfather, Robert Surles of Angier, called about seventhgrader Molly Surles’ accomplishment.)By AL MYATT

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By AL MYATT

Sports Editor

A personnel loss for Wilson High School in Portsmouth, Va., has turned into a big gain for the Harnett Central varsity boys basketball team.

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From Staff Reports

Dunn Middle School recorded a basketball sweep at Coats-Erwin on Monday with the boys winning 48-33 after the girls had posted a 35-21 victory.

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