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TownTalk: Sara Coffey Discusses Her Ward 1 At Large City Council Candidacy

TownTalk: Sara Coffey Discusses Her Ward 1 At Large City Council Candidacy

Incumbent Sara Coffey wants another term on the Henderson City Council. Coffey holds the Ward 1 at large seat and faces challenger Clementine Hunter in the May 17 primary. Coffey spoke with John C. Rose as part of WIZS’s election coverage; the recorded and unedited interview aired during Tuesday’s Town Talk segment. She draws upon ...
Local Chapter Of Zeta Phi Beta Celebrates 72nd Anniversary On May 6

Local Chapter Of Zeta Phi Beta Celebrates 72nd Anniversary On May 6

The Phi Zeta chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is planning to celebrate the 72nd anniversary of its charter with an evening event in downtown Henderson in early May. The event will be held on Friday, May 6 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Tiffany’s of Henderson, 110 S. Garnett St., according to ...
The Local Skinny! Jobs In Vance 04-26-22

The Local Skinny! Jobs In Vance 04-26-22

The H-V Chamber of Commerce and WIZS, Your Community Voice, present Jobs in Vance for April 26, 2022. The Chamber compiles the information, and it is presented here and on the radio. Contact the Henderson-Vance Chamber of Commerce at 438-8414 or email Michele@hendersonvance.org to be included. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Name of the Company: Henderson-Vance County Chamber of ...
WIZS Radio Local News Audio 04-26-22 Noon

WIZS Radio Local News Audio 04-26-22 Noon

Click Play to Listen. On Air at 8am, 12pm, 5pm M-F WIZS Radio ~ 100.1FM/1450AM WIZS Radio · WIZS Radio Local News Audio 04-26-22 Noon   ...
Duke Energy Announces Second Year Of Downtown Revitalization Grant Program

Duke Energy Announces Second Year Of Downtown Revitalization Grant Program

Duke Energy Foundation continues its commitment to help downtown communities across the state through a program poised to award $500,000 in downtown revitalization grants. The application process is open now, according to Duke Energy District Manager Tanya Evans, and this grant cycle marks the second year to support local businesses through the Duke Energy Hometown ...
TownTalk: Burnette And Gupton Discuss Clerk Of Court Candidacy

TownTalk: Burnette And Gupton Discuss Clerk Of Court Candidacy

Candidates running for the office of Clerk of Superior Court in Vance County spoke on Monday’s Town Talk. Amanda Burnette is challenging incumbent Henry L. Gupton in the May 17 primary and each discussed how their experiences will help them fulfill their duties if elected. Amanda Burnette Burnette began her career as a deputy clerk ...
Knights Lacrosse Win in Overtime One Day; Become Conference Champions the Next

Knights Lacrosse Win in Overtime One Day; Become Conference Champions the Next

— article submitted by Vance Charter School The Vance Charter Knights Varsity Men’s Lacrosse team had another strong showing with 2 more wins added to their record. On April 21, the Knights traveled to Cary Christian, which proved to be exciting from beginning to end. Cary Christian took an early lead, but the Knights quickly ...
Community Softball Event Apr. 30 To Honor Memory Of MiAsia Coles

Community Softball Event Apr. 30 To Honor Memory Of MiAsia Coles

The Henderson-Vance Recreation & Parks Dept. is sponsoring the first annual MiAsia Coles Community Softball Event tomorrow (Saturday, Apr. 30) at Aycock Recreation Center. The public is invited to attend the event, which will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, according to information from HVRPD. Coles and her brother were killed in a ...
WIZS Radio Local News Audio 04-25-22 Noon

WIZS Radio Local News Audio 04-25-22 Noon

Click Play to Listen. On Air at 8am, 12pm, 5pm M-F WIZS Radio ~ 100.1FM/1450AM WIZS Radio · WIZS Radio Local News Audio 04-25-22 Noon   ...
NC DOT Spells Out Rules For Placing Campaign Signs

NC DOT Spells Out Rules For Placing Campaign Signs

As the political campaigning heats up in advance of the upcoming May 17 primary election, drivers are likely to see candidates’ campaign signs along roadsides. State laws govern where the signs may – and may not – be placed, and NC DOT has the authority to remove signs that are in violation of proper placement. ...
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