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Top Stories for Friday, August 29th, 2014:






By KEILAH GOFF

Of The Record Staff

The amendment to a North Carolina bill, approved by the House, to protect and extend historic preservation tax credits ó renamed Historic Rehabilitation Investment Program ó was left on the Senate floor as they closed the 2014 regular session last week. 

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The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission reminds hunters the dove hunting season opens Monday and to be safe throughout the season.

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School board, which seemed to reach an accord, wants another look at maps.

By TOM WOERNER

Of The Record Staff

The Harnett County Board of Education decided it is not ready to present a redistricting map for middle schools in the county to get public comment before a final vote is taken.

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The first building of the Harnett County Training School wasconstructed with Rosenwald funds on East Johnson Street in 1922.

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By TOM WOERNER

Of The Record Staff

North Carolina Veterinary Health Board member Katie Morgan praised local animal volunteers when she hosted her board members at her home Wednesday night.

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Crews resurfacing asphalt outside Benson.

Drivers opting to take U.S. 301 to Benson in the next few weeks should expect to encounter some traffic.

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By AL MYATT

Sports Editor

The first week of the season produced very little in the way of success for area teams.

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From Staff Reports

Tritonís girls tennis team opened its 2014 season at South Johnston on Wednesday with a 7-2 win.

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From Campbell Media Services

Campbell is set to host its first cross country meet since the 2011 season as the Camels welcome UNC Wilmington for a relay meet this evening at 6 p.m.

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South Johnstonís football team is dedicating its home game tonight against West Johnston to Jaylen Stanley, who is pictured above talking to some of the Trojan players. 

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Area youngsters (from left) Jacob Nobles, Grayson Rogers, Drew Matthews and Cal Tyndall got to hang out with San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy during last weekendís series hosted by the Washington Nationals. 

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