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OKLAHOMA CITY — Members of the Hamlet Middle School Beta Club will be coming back home as winners. Richmond County Schools announced late Tuesday that the club had teams place in three events at the National Junior Convention in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The team of Carson Dixon, Carly Leggett, Giovani…
RALEIGH — Girl Scouts–North Carolina Coastal Pines is pleased to announce that Kalaya Little of Rockingham is the Richmond (County) top seller for the 2019 Girl Scout Cookie Program.
ROCKINGHAM — Pam Tyler, R.N., recipient of the 2019 Moore Regional Hospital-Richmond Nurse of the Year award poses with Allison Duckworth, R.N., nursing executive for MRH-Richmond, during a special presentation held during National Nurses Week, May 6-12.
My final full day in Normandy for this trip. I'll begin the trip back to North Carolina in the morning and will quickly shift gears to head down to Fort Jackson, South Carolina, next week for JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge. We will bring about 20 of our Raider cadets for…
Tuesday, 11 June 2019 14:03

RichmondCC to host yoga class for kids

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HAMLET -- All across Richmond County, if there is a yoga class being taught, chances are Ashleigh Arey is in charge.
Another early call this morning for a jump into the tiny village of Angoville au Plain. I mentioned the town the other day when I conducted a recon of the drop zone and visited the church. The 101st Airborne Division was dropped into this place on D-Day in 1944. There…
HAMLET — Doors opened at 5:45 p.m. Thursday, June 6 at King’s Gate Church allowing VIP ticket holders early entrance to meet Christian musician Jason Crabb.
If there is a bigger day than the 6th of June during this series of events, for paratroopers, it would be the day of the "big" jump. The day that every American paratrooper should experience at least once in their life. The day when Allied militaries, exhibition teams, and others…
The extremely high winds and scattered rains continued today. The jump planned at Graignes was scratched. I welcome the cancellation since I was going to miss the memorial ceremony at Hemevez. Now, I'm able to go.
Spring had more than sprung in Richmond County when I departed less than a week ago. Winter gear could safely be put away until about November. Here in the north of France, the calendar may indicate spring, but it is shockingly different than the Carolinas — like 40 degrees cooler…
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