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One ad reframes "the phrase 'we're going to treat you like dirt' to now reflect the highest form of respect," according to Peter Dong-Kyun Kim, president and CEO of Daedong-USA, Inc., KIOTI Tractor Division, in a company statement. The commercial equates dirt with the satisfaction of being outside working the land, featuring shots of a KIOTI tractor driving down furrowed fields and, yes, digging dirt.
Felicia Lucas, founder of His Glory Creations Publishing, received assistance from the Nash Community College Small Business Center in starting her independent publishing business. Contributed Photo For The Enterprise Local small business owners say they find confidence, opportunity and success through free resources offered by Nash Community College's Small Business Center.
Lumbee Tribal Chairman Harvey Godwin Jr. proudly holds the rifle that is believed to have been once held by Henrry Berry Lowrie. Gloria Tara Lowery, and her husband, Wendell, loaned the rifle to the Lumbee Tribe.
She has a court hearing July 16. a Damesha W. Davis, 41, of 1113 Lehman St., Henderson, was charged via criminal summons June 19 with obtaining money/property by false pretense. She has a court hearing June 25. a Arthur T. Peace Jr., 26, of 1016 Lehman St., Henderson, was charged via warrant June 19 with aggravated assault and possessing/concealing weapons.
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