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Friday, 03 July 2020 12:10

COLUMN: Remembering Fourth of July vacations

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In the ‘50s and early ‘60s, a lot of folks had jobs at textile mills. Work at the mills was hard but if you were willing to work you at least had a job. A lot of the mills closed during the week of the Fourth of July. A lot…
PEMBROKE — Engle Revels, director of Admissions at UNC Pembroke, has been selected to the first cohort of the UNC System Executive Leadership Institute.
Wednesday, 01 July 2020 12:13

RichmondCC announces spring honors lists

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College has announced its honor lists for the 2020 Spring Semester.
HAMLET — Melinda Murphy’s first go-round with college didn’t go so well, but her second attempt nearly 20 years later put her in control of her future. Murphy is the senior accountant and owner of Murphy & Associates, an accounting business that handles bookkeeping, payroll preparation, tax planning, income tax…
ROCKINGHAM — Rising sophomore Chase Roberson has been named the Richmond Observer’s Teen of the Month for June 2020.
WASHINGTON — The National Archives will host a virtual Independence Day celebration on July 4, 2020, in partnership with the nonprofit National Archives Foundation. The event will take place at 4 p.m. on @USNatArchives Facebook page and YouTube channel. Several hours of additional educational programming will be offered throughout the…
The following is a schedule of webinars regarding mental health issues:
Stories and history play a big part of who we are today. Both are intermingled to make up the very fabric of who we are in our own society. Some stories that are told are as true as the Holy Scripture while others just seem to make our lives more…
PINEHURST — FirstHealth of the Carolinas has announced its 2020 Nursing Leadership Academy graduates.
RAEFORD — When Lynne O’Quinn turned a corner too quickly at home and ran into a slate stool, earning a deep gash in the process, she was expected to have a relatively smooth recovery. Her lack of vascular issues or history of diabetes indicated minimal complications.
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