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  1. Movie Night canceledRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 27 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    The Movie Night scheduled for tonight Saturday June 27 by the Spring Hope Chamber of Commerce and the Nash County Recreation Department has been canceled because of possible storms this evening.

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  2. A shameful lawRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    The legislature's recent embrace of legislation allowing magistrates and employees of register of deeds offices to refuse either to marry same-sex couples or issue them marriage licenses, overriding a veto of the bill by Gov. Pat McCrory, has been portrayed by legislators as a blow for religious freedom. But it is really a homophobic-based insertion of religious discrimination into state law that never should have seen the light of day.

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  3. Nash asked to oppose deer billRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    By BRANDON HILL During public comment at the June 8 Nash County Board of Commissioners meeting, attention was called to bill that could adversely affect North Carolina's deer population. The N.C. Farm Bill would expand the cervid farming industry in North Carolina by adding white-tailed deer as a new moneymaking opportunity for the state.

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  4. June 25, 2015 area community calendarRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    Items for Community Calendar must be submitted by MONDAY NOON to appear in that week's paper. Local contributions may be mailed to The Spring Hope Enterprise, P.O. Box 399, Spring Hope, 27882 with the time and place of the event, a contact phone number, and relevant information, or submitted online at SpringHopeEnterprise.com.

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  5. Another meeting set over pipeline projectRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    An educational meeting about the Atlantic Coast Pipeline is scheduled for next week, sponsored by concerned property owners who are seeking answers to their questions. The meeting will be held on Tuesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Nash County Agriculture Center in Nashville.

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  6. June 25, 2015 People You KnowRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    Gibson Memorial United Methodist Church in Spring Hope held its annual Vacation Bible School this week. Its last session will include a churchwide picnic at the church.

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  7. June 25, 2015 Area DeathsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    RUTH REAMS MEDLIN A graveside service was held Wednesday morning at Oakdale Cemetery for Ruth Reams Medlin, 74, of Spring Hope, who died Monday. Surviving are her daughter, Connie Sue Morgan of Louisburg; son, Glenn Medlin of Bailey; brother, Wayne Reams; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren..

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  8. Retired SH police officer publishes second bookRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    By BRANDON HILL Spring Hope resident and former police officer Jimmy Winstead, 71, has published his second novel in May and is currently working on more projects. Winstead's first novel, 'The Wrong Colored Shirt' from 2014, was a historical fiction story about a young man from North Carolina and his experience fighting during the Civil War.

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  9. SH Chamber looks to 50's for window design contestRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    Spring Hope Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a window design contest as a part of their Shop Local Initiative for 2015 and merchants have until the end of the month to sign up.. Any downtown merchant can participate.

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  10. Nash cool to schools compromiseRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    By KEN RIPLEY Rocky Mount City Manager Charles Penny followed two closed meetings with the county managers of Nash and Edgecombe counties with a memorandum offering a possible compromise alternative to dividing the Nash-Rocky Mount School system along county lines, but his proposal has not been warmly embraced by Nash County. A conservative majority of Nash County commissioners voted in April to seek a split of the school system unless funding for the system could be shared equitably between Nash and Edgecombe County, relieving the city of Rocky Mount of its current obligation to make up any difference in per pupil spending between the two counties.

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  11. Volunteers spend day to boost Bailey's looksRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    RAILROAD UNDERPASS GOT NEW COAT OF PAINT AND SOME NEWLY PLANTED FLOWERS. SHRED-A-THON HELPED DISPOSE OF OLD DOCUMENTS.

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  12. Crime log: Wednesday, June 24, 2015Read the original story

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Daily Dispatch

    ... reported June 23 on the 100 block of South Pinkston Street, Henderson. Ryan A. Mills, 28, of 8364 Savage Road, Spring Hope, was arrested June 22 on a charge of possessing drug paraphernalia. He was released on $500 bond pending a court hearing July ...

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  13. Endless Yard Sale stretches across five countiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    ... The 100-mile stretch through five counties had more yard sales than even a speedy shopper could possibly cover. Spring Hope resident Leslie Loux set up shop in the corner of a parking lot across from Red Lobster in Rocky Mount. She had a bunch of ...

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  14. Talks continue on schoolsRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 18 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    The county managers of Nash and Edgecombe Counties and the city manager of Rocky Mount met twice last week to try to find a school funding solution that will lead Nash County commissioners to drop their decision in April to seek the split of Nash-Rocky Mount Schools into Nash and Edgecombe counties. But though the managers described the talks as 'good' and a 'positive convrsation,' no solution had emerged as of Tuesday.

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  15. Torture finally bannedRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 18 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    Liberals and conservatives found some rare common ground on Tuesday when the U.S. Senate voted 78-21 for legislation to ban the use of torture. It's a much needed law and the saddest commentary on Post 9/11 America is that it is needed in a country that has so prided itself on its commitment to individual freedom and its humanitarianism.

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  16. June 18, 2015 area community calendarRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 18 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    Items for Community Calendar must be submitted by MONDAY NOON to appear in that week's paper. Local contributions may be mailed to The Spring Hope Enterprise, P.O. Box 399, Spring Hope, 27882 with the time and place of the event, a contact phone number, and relevant information, or submitted online at SpringHopeEnterprise.com.

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  17. June 18, 2015 Area DeathsRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 18 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    ... and Ruby Mingia, died on June 3, 2015. Carol was born on May 14, 1945. She received her elementary education in Spring Hope. She leaves to cherish her memories her husband Wesley; two sons, Terry R Porch (Cassandra), Fla., and Christopher R. Porch ...

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  18. Ruritan scholarshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    The Momeyer Ruritan Club presented three area students with a total of $3,500 in scholarships during a dinner Monday attended by about 50 people. Ruritan Club member Stuart Parker presents a check for $1,500 to his son, Kendall Parker, while $1,000 scholarship winners Lauren Wells and Devon Carter look on.

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  19. June 18, 2015 People You KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    Spring Hope has a new addition to the Police department, Officer Devonte Ferguson. Ferguson worked security at the Wilson Medical Center before coming to Spring Hope on April 8. 22-year-old Ferguson is from Wilson and has wanted to be a police officer since he was four years old.

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  20. Employee turns trash to beautyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Spring Hope Enterprise

    By BRANDON HILL Who says trash dumps can't be pretty? Nash County Solid Waste Convenience Center employee Steve White has constructed a rock garden at the site complete with flowers and a birdbath made entirely of trash. White started digging channels and stacking rocks so that silt wouldn't collect on the hill at the waste site.

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