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Black history, women's history, Richmond County history, you name the category and the remarkable Shirley Fuller will fit the bill. She was the epitome of class, determination, grace, intelligence, integrity, leadership, poise and strength.

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RALEIGH — The N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control system has a new commissioner. It gets continued reassurance from its boards and warehouse operator that they’ll get it right and, to that end, the newly created ABC Advisory Committee meant to push them to do so.

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HAMLET — The Richmond Community College Foundation has named Dr. Tommy Jarrell, retired health director for Richmond County, as its 2022 Distinguished Citizen of the Year. The Foundation will be honoring Jarrell at its special Valentine’s Gala on Feb. 12 at the Cole Auditorium.

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Friday, 10 December 2021 13:14

Four New Wildlife Commissioners Sworn In

RALEIGH — Yesterday, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission recognized in-person four new commissioners on its governing board:  John M. Alexander of Raleigh, Michael (Mike) K. Alford of Jacksonville, J. Carlton (J.C.) Cole of Hertford and Thomas (Tom) M. Haislip of Sanford. In addition to the new commissioners, nine board members were re-affirmed, making the 19-member board whole.

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RALEIGH — The N.C. Senate on Monday, Nov. 29, passed a bill that would ban county boards of elections from accepting private donations to conduct election services or hire election workers. Senators approved Senate Bill 725 by a vote of 27-19.

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ROCKINGHAM — Following a public hearing, the Richmond County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved a rezoning request from Samuel Dunn.

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ROCKINGHAM — The month-long filing period for the Richmond County Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors opens next week.

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Thursday, 10 August 2017 08:29

Chamber Seeks Board Nominations 

The Richmond County Chamber of Commerce Nominating Committee is now seeking nominations for the 2018 board of directors.  Four board seats with three-year terms each are now open. Board Chairman Chuck Cobb has appointed board member Ken Hartley of Therafirm, as the Committee Chair.  Serving with Hartley on this year’s nominating committee are: Neil Robinette of Tri-City, Kenny Melvin of Farm Bureau and, Terry Lewis of Maness Tire, Bruce Hamilton of Duke Energy and Chris Sachs of Sachs Enterprises.

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