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Kinston Free Press (Newspaper) - August 8, 2015, Kinston, North Carolina Good news Page Index your morning starter a lottery thursday August 6 pick 3 Day 9-3-4 pick 4 Day 414 6 thursday August 6 pick 3 night 613 pick 4 night 8 6-6-6 Cash 5 4-20-28-38-39 wednesday August 5 Power Ball 9-11-14-16-42 pm 19 multiplier 2 Jackpot August 8 $50m tuesday August 4 Mega millions 2-19-44-51-57 my 14 Mega plier 2 Jackpot August 7 $20m a Contact us business hours Are 8 . To 5 30 . After hours an automated attendant allows callers to leave Mes sages for members of our staff. Here Are some extensions that might help you reach us. To reach an associate via his or her direct line dial 559 and the Extension number. Circulation miss your paper Call us before to . For same Day re delivery service. Call 252-559-1100 director Jim Register customer service sue Smith Becky Brown District managers Tasman Thorn James Johnson classified Call 1888 328 4802 1065 1045 1046 1067 1068 newsroom publisher Michael Distelhorst 1040 executive regional editor c. Elliott Potter 910-219-8400 editor Bryan c. Hanks 1074 managing editor Jennifer Shrader 1079 chief photographer Janet s. Carter 1084 sports editor Junious Smith Iii 1078 reporters / photographers Wolfe 1075 Margaret Fisher 1082 Zach Frailey 1090 Jennifer Cannon 1073 Dustin George 1077 Community news / military Jennifer Shrader 1079 obituaries and Church briefs sue Smith 1045 for stories outside Kinston Contact la Grange / Pink Hill / deep run Wolfe 1075 Greene county / health Margaret Fisher 1082 education Dustin George 1077 Kinston / Lenoir county government Jennifer Cannon 1073 newsroom fax number 2525279407 advertising director vacant staff Billy Moore 1050 Angie Nottonson 1052 Allan Yelverton 1051 Donald Thompson 1054 Cassie Groff 1055 advertising fax 252 527-1813 graphics Susan Adams 1057 other departments business office Linda Lawson 1041 the tree fess established 1882 a publication of Halifax Media group uses 295-900 the free press is a member of the associated press and is published mornings seven Days Kinston free press co. Inc. 2103 n. Queen st., Kinston no 28501 entered at the Post office at Kinston n.c., As second class matter under act of Congress March 3,1879. Periodicals postage paid at Kinston. . Postmaster Send address change to the above address. Main number 252 527-3191 a visit our web site at a e mail circulation miss your paper Call us weekdays and saturday before la . And sunday before to . The number to Call is 252 559-1100 Home delivery subscribers May be charged a higher rate for Holiday and or Premium editions. Copyright notice the entire contents of the free press including its Logotype Are fully protected by copyright and registry and cannot be reproduced in any form or for any purpose without express permission from the free press. Business hours Are 8 . To 5 30 . After hours an automated attendant allows callers to leave messages for members of our staff. To reach an associate via his or her direct line dial 559 and the Extension number. Miss your paper Call circulation at 252-559-1100 no later than la . Or before to . On sundays a one time $4.95 activation fee is applied to All new subscriptions. Mondays la Grange Northern Lenoir coun1y tuesdays Snow Hill Greene county wednesdays Pink Hill deep run Southern Lenoir county thursdays education schools fridays Jones county saturdays Kinston sundays area round up Johnston count to Host first whosoever will crusade Smithfield i numerous churches throughout Johnston Harnett and Sampson counties will unite together on saturday aug. 29 to present the first whosoever will crusade at the Johnston county livestock Arena located at 520 county Home Road in Smithfield. The Day will be filled with gospel music As Well As anointed preaching great food and an Opportunity for wonderful Christian Fellowship. According to event organizers this one Day crusade is an event that has been in the making for quite some time. A we have been praying and planning for Many months in preparation for this special Day greatly anticipating what we believe god is going to do a said Wayne Warren one of the crusade organizers. A there Are a lot of hurting people in our Community and there is a great need. Many people done to even realize How great their need is. Our goal for this crusade is to meet the needs of those hurting people by introducing them to the greatest Friend they could Ever have. His name is Jesus. We Are encouraging our fellow christians those who truly believe in the Power of Jesus to invite and bring their friends and family members who have never met this Jesus and allow them to be introduced to the Savior of this world a evangelist David Pait founder of real word outdoors will be one of the guest speakers at the event. A we Are praying and greatly anticipating what god is going to do through this special one Day crusade a Pait shares. A the main goal is to reach the lost those who desperately need in addition to Pait or Dennis Gregory and or Bill Jenkins will be guest speakers. A these Are three anointed men who god will use to share the truths from his word. These men will clearly explain what the Bible says about the realities of heaven and hell. These Are truths that our Community greatly needs to special music throughout the Day will be provided by such popular groups As the Hickory Grove quartet and mercy a Cross. A we Are thrilled to have the Hickory Grove quartet and mercy a Cross to be a part of this special Day a Warren shares. A these two wonderful groups will be sharing gods word in song and we will also have some other special musical guests that we know will bless All those who will be the crusade activities will begin at to . And will continue until 6 . Complete information May be obtained by calling 252-341-2588 or 910-759-0365. Make plans now to be a part of the first annual whosoever will crusade at the Johnston county livestock Arena located at 520 county Home Road in Smithfield on saturday aug. 29. Savannah Church recognizes youth pastor . Nicholson put his Bible to the Side temporarily so that he and the congregation could recognize and pay tribute to the Savannah youth who had excelled in academics during the 2014-2015 school year. All the students Are enrolled in the Lenoir county Public schools. Pastor Nicholson in his remarks told the students that there is a High correlation Between Success in school and Success in life. Although they were unable to internalize this prophetic fact at the time he challenged each one to Trust his word continue their Pursuit of excellence and see the marvelous results unfold. He reminded them that their Success in school not Only brought Honor and Pride to themselves but their families and Church As Well. Your teachers work very hard each Day for each of you he said. This charge i give to you to show How grateful you Are to them and your parents. Continue to pay attention listen to them and work hard. Talley to Lead Faith Fellowship service Lauren Talley will be leading the worship service at Faith Fellowship on sunday aug. 16 at 10 30 . She will be singing and sharing her inspirational testimony. A love offering will be taken. Faith Fellowship is located at 2278 Paul a path Road Kinston. Lauren Talley online Access top stories these were the top five most popular stories at on Friday 1. Federal suit filed against Loso deputies 2. Update Man seriously injured in morning crash 3. Mistrial declared in Mcneil murder Case 4. Crime Roundup alleged drunk Driver backed Over child 5. Suspect on trial for 2011 truck Driver killing top emailed stories these were the top most commented stories at on Friday 1. Federal suit filed against Locso deputies 2. Monsanto awards Grant to continue raising agriculture awareness in Lenoir county 3. Meet me monday principal Dannie Williams 4. Mistrial declared in Mcneil murder Case 5. Kinston Lenoir county Farmer s Market celebrates National Farmer s Market week poll results should All Public buildings be required to have smoke detectors 84% yes 16% no 0% i need More information 25 votes new poll what should the City do with the former Parks and recreation building sell it keep its current use look at other uses not sure vote at from left to right Are Emmanuel Fisher certificate of promotion to ninth Grade Mckay ind Kilpatrick National Junior Honor society Best All around student social studies 2014-2015, Best All around student math 2014-2015, certificate of achievement for scoring Levell 5 on 2015 no science final exam Best All around student English language arts Best All around student science 2014-2015 Tori Allyson Brown memorial award for sixth Grade student of the year 2015 or. . Nicholson Jakyra Simmons a a Honor Roll entire school year honors chorus award for Reading Battle of the books Walter Simmons social studies award highest log score for Reading in the seventh Grade. Submitted Phot want to get your Good news on the Good news Page email it to Jennifer.Shrader@

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