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Thursday, 29 March 2018 05:03

How Richmond County Got its Shape

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Richmond County is a small county with a deep-rooted history in the State of North Carolina. I had the idea to do a historical piece regarding Richmond County a few weeks ago and I knew that a lot of research would have to go into it.
Thursday, 29 March 2018 05:02

The Candies and Treats of Easter

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Easter is, of course, generally considered to be a religion-based holiday, but there is a childlike magic about it as well. Specifically adding to this mystique are the various candies and other sweet treats that are overly abundant during this time.
The colors of Easter are universal and ubiquitous with the holiday, but … why are they what they are?
Thursday, 22 March 2018 05:03

2018 Wild-Game Cook-Off Winners Announced

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ELLERBE - Tuesday night found a special event taking place at the First Presbyterian Church in down-town Ellerbe N.C. It was the night of the annual Wild-Game Cook-Off.
HAMLET - ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH, HW 177/ 311 Marlboro St., Hamlet, will observe the most solemn week in the life of the church in special services beginning on Palm Sunday, March 25th.
ROCKINGHAM - The efforts of over two months’ worth of work came to fruition for the Lyerly family on Saturday, March 17th.
For those of you who read my first article on Jimmy the Pig, you are somewhat familiarized with his character. For those of you who didn’t get to read it, you can search through the articles here in Lifestyle to find “This Little Piggy Went to Market” from October of…
HAMLET - A relatively secluded church is situated in such a way as to be in almost direct contrast to its surroundings of open fields, an assortment of houses, and black jack woods.
As of this Sunday morning at 2:00 a.m. we are instructed to “spring forward” to 3:00 a.m. in order to join most of our brethren in the recognition of - and abeyance unto – the magical realm of daylight saving(s) time. Yes, daylight saving time (DST) will be returned to…
HAMLET - As one turns off of Highway 74 Business onto Old Laurinburg Road just east of Hamlet, an unmistakable, quite noticeable, and easily read sign is strategically posted. It is a warning sign, threatening no less than a $1000 fine for those who choose to litter the roadside.
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