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Top Stories for Friday, March 6th, 2015:






By TOM WOERNER

Of The Record Staff

The North Carolina State Board of Education took time Thursday to honor a now retired Harnett County Schools employee who left the system last year after 63 years serving children in North Carolina with most of them in Harnett County.

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By OONAGH McQUARRIE

Of The Record Staff

Four Oaks’ buzzard problem appears to be reaching a conclusion.

Mayor Linwood Parker said the town has spoken with federal wildlife officials and is waiting on permits to “try other things.”

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Two men have been charged with cruelty to animals after allegedly decapitating four puppies.

Joshua Godwin, 24, of Cary and Hunter Parker, 22, of Lillington both turned themselves in to the Harnett County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday.

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Angier’s Chamber of Commerce will honor its “best of the best” next week for the 59th annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet at Barclay Villa on Tuesday night.

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By OONAGH McQUARRIE

Of The Record Staff

The state House has made significant changes to the proposed gas tax bill that was approved by the Senate last month.

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The Harnett County Commissioners will attend their annualretreat Tuesday at Highland Middle School.

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There were no injuries Thursday morning when this log truck turned over on N.C. 82 outside Erwin. Timothy Dudley of Clinton was driving the truck. 

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By AL MYATT

Sports Editor

After playing basketball at Triton High School and finishing his career in 2003, Billy Stonerock found himself missing the game several years later.

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From Staff Reports

The South Johnston varsity baseball team lost its season opener Tuesday night at New Hanover High School in Wilmington, 7-3.Noah Bridges had a sacrifice fly.

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