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RALEIGH — Gardening can provide much needed physical activity and emotional wellbeing to balance the effects of social distancing associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Many people turn to their lawns and gardens to relieve stress and enjoy nature. If you are working in your yard, following are some helpful agronomic…
HAMLET — Many times sons follow in their father’s footsteps, but for Chad Guinn it was the exact opposite. He followed in his son’s footsteps by completing the Electric Utility Substation & Relay Technology program at Richmond Community College. Also like his son, Sandy, he is now working for Schweitzer…
Wednesday, 03 June 2020 11:20

North Carolina Zoo offers virtual summer camps

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ASHEBORO — The North Carolina Zoo is bringing its Summer Camps program to you in a new, online format.
ELLERBE — Although COVID-19 restrictions continue to limit social gatherings, a community and family found a way to celebrate one child’s birthday together while practicing social distancing.
ROCKINGHAM — Eighth-grader Ashtyn Parker has been selected as the Richmond Observer’s first Teen of the Month.
Last week, the skies of our state turned a dark blue. The heavy rain and strong winds came with a vengeance. Power and cable companies worked overtime to keep the utilities going. Duke Power had to find a way to take care of all the water coming from every part…
PEMBROKE — COVID-19 has ignited a new creative movement, especially among families of high school and college graduates.
ASHEBORO — The North Carolina Zoo announces the birth of two endangered American red wolves as part of its American red wolf breeding program.
LAURINBURG — Working through grief after the death of a loved one can be one of the most profound experiences of our lives. The coronavirus pandemic has only exacerbated this experience for many in the Carolinas. In response, Scotland Regional Hospice is now offering a new service to help those…
ASHEBORO — Three recently orphaned North American river otter pups have joined together as a group at the North Carolina Zoo to prepare for their eventual release back in the wild.
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