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Wilson Daily Times (Newspaper) - April 21, 1990, Wilson, North Carolina Taylor appointed wet state editor the Wilson daily times saturday april 21,1990 3a i i % Keith Taylor county government and agriculture reporter for the daily times for More than three years has been named state editor of the newspaper. A graduate of Fike High school and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill school of Jour nazism Taylor worked for four North Carolina newspapers be Taylor fore coming to the daily times in december 1986. He has worked for the Zebulon record the Nashville graphic the Rocky mount record and the Cary news. At Zebulon in 1984, Taylor won a second place award for investigative reporting in the . Press associations annual newspaper contest among the states weekly newspapers. As state editor Taylor will be responsible for editing state and regional associated press stories editing and laying out the saturday times revue Section and handling state government and political coverage. He replaces former news editor Jon Hill who accepted a copy editing Job with the Greensboro news and record. A we Are pleased to be Able to promote from within to fill this position a editor Hal Tarleton said in making the announcement today. A Keith has been an exceptional reporter and is Well qualified to handle this new Challenge. The careful precision he displayed As a reporter will serve him Well in his new Taylor 29, is the son of Margaret m. Taylor of Wilson and the late William f. Taylor. He is a member of St. Therese Catholic Church and serves on the Board of the Wilson chapter of habitat for humanity. If w Ullh it it hoi m i Dail Ous Ines s times in w a a Viz study indicates mudcats would have $300 million Impact in first to years a regional sports stadium proposed for Eastern Wake county As the Home of the Carolina mudcats will pump Over $300 million into the area Economy and generate $11 million in local taxes during its first to years of operation the director of the . State University Center for economic and business studies said this week. A this stadium is a sound economic investment that can pay for itself in increased tax revenues Quot said or. Edward Erickson. A you could think of it As a $300 million Industry that creates Over 800 jobs and pays Over $1 million a year in local taxes Quot he said. At a wednesday press conference at the greater Raleigh chamber of Commerce Erickson released an economic Impact study on the construction of a regional stadium and the arrival of the Carolina mudcats. The study is titled a an economic analysis of regional sports stadium in Eastern Wake coun diversified opportunities names marketing manager faithful supplier named Kunio Yamaguchi left director of purchasing for Canon Virginia inc., presents Charlie Leonard general manager of Jefferson smurf it corp., a plaque recognizing the company As outstanding supplier of the year. The Newport news company gives the award to five of its 90 suppliers annually. The award is based on Quality service and delivery. Non cheaters May pay Washington a reducing the $100 billion plus Gap Between the Federal income taxes owed and paid on Legal earnings could impose some unpleasant burdens on those who done to cheat congressional auditors say. It could mean higher prices for a roof replacement or fresh vegetables More paperwork for Small businesses and perhaps even withholding taxes from interest and dividends. The internal Revenue service told Congress on thursday that the tax Gap is growing and Likely to reach $100 billion this year and $127 billion by 1992. Its a pile of Money that Large draws heavy interest from lawmakers concerned about a lingering deficit and demands for new programs. A there Are no Quick fixes a irs commissioner Fred t. Goldberg or. Reminded the House ways and Means oversight subcommittee. Closing the Gap he said will require tougher enforcement efforts As Well As better assistance to taxpayers. Paul l. Posner associate director of the general accounting of fice said catching the wayward dollars will require some risks. A new administrative or paperwork burdens May be opposed by irs and others a Posner said. A a taxpayers support May diminish when better enforcement such As expanded information reporting increases paperwork burdens along with the prices of goods and services from businesses and informal suppliers a such As Roadside vendors and Home repair workers. In 1987, the latest year for which Complete figures Are available . Individuals and businesses should have paid $505 billion in income tax Goldberg said. Sherry t. Faithful has been named marketing manager with diversified opportunities inc. Is. Faithful comes to diversified opportunities from the United Way of Wilson county where she served As marketing communications director. Previously she was employed by Atlantic Christian College As an admissions representative. A graduate of East Carolina Wachovia claims first Raleigh apr Wachovia Bank and Trust co. In Winston Salem has gained the largest share of deposits in North Carolina edging out its two larger rivals a cab National Bank and first Union National Bank. As of dec. 31, Wachovia had deposits of $11.3 billion in North Carolina up 8 percent from a year ago according to a report in american banker. A cab ranked second with $10.6 billion Down 4 percent while first Union ranked third with $10.5 billion up 19 percent. Mount St. Helens the mount St. Helens Volcano in Washington state exploded May-18, 1980. The blast took 1,300 feet off the top of the Mountain left 57 people dead or missing devastated 150 Square Miles of Forest and blew an Ash Cloud around the world. Happy 13th birthday h j it a Nancy a. Luna or Glenn stuns District 5 county commissioner representing All the people of Wilson county with Over 30 years in Law enforcement serving the people of Wilson county integrity a experience ability water saving tablets do it yourself. Or let us do it for you Home improvement Center Thompson plumbing 700 s. Douglas St., Wilson 243-5161 or. Dennis Polley is pleased to announce he is opening his practice of dermatology and Dermat logic surgery at Regency capital building 1901 s. Tarboro St. Wilson . Medical dermatology psoriasis eczema acne aging skin hair loss fungus and other diseases of the skin hair and nails. Surgical dermatology removal of cysts warts moles All other types of skin tutors tattoos Nail surgery silicone / Collagen injection dermabrasion chemical Peel leg vein Scaler therapy. For appointments 243-0566 1-800-243-0566 certified by the american Board of dermatology fellow american Academy of dermatology fellow american College of cryosurgery University is. Faithful holds a Bachelor of science degree in communications. She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi National Honor society. Is. Faithful s responsibilities will include contacting local industries to obtain work contracts contacting sources of new clients to insure maximum utilization of facility slots developing an organizational marketing plan and publishing a quarterly newsletter and an annual report. it was co authored by or. Cliff Baker a lecturer in economics at Nusu. The $8 million 8,000-seat stadium is proposed for a 55-acre site near Zebulon in Southeastern we Ake county. It would serve As the Home of the mudcats a class a professional baseball team now playing in Columbus a. Mudcat owner and Raleigh businessman Steve Bryant Hopes to bring the team to we Ake county by opening Day 1991. The study was prepared under a contract with the town of Zebulon. A this project could be the Best thing to happen to our end of the county since Glaxo came Here in the Early 1980s,�?� Zebulon mayor Thurston Debnam said. The study said that the facility will generate the following impacts a $11 million in local taxes during its first to years of operation a $313 million in new spending in we Ake and surrounding counties Over the 10-year period a 800 new jobs directly in the 10-year period a $10 million in total spending and More than $770,000 in increased local tax Revenue in the first year of operation a at least one new Industry to the area with 200 workers and an annual payroll of $3.5 million during the 10-year period a More than $9 million in additional state taxes during the 10-year period a playhouse production april 26, 27, 28, a 8 . April 29 a 1 . Wilson theatre $6.00 a adults $3 of a students and seniors tickets available at Wilson arts Center Bonnie Debruhl s. 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