Keep up-to-date on the latest lifestyle news from Richmond County

Monday, 06 April 2020 14:41

COLUMN: I miss my hugs and handshakes

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As this pandemic continues, most people are practicing social distancing and for good reason. Why, these days I can’t even steal a kiss from my wife.
HAMLET — Graduates of the Dialysis Technology program at Richmond Community College are filling vital technician positions at Davita Dialysis and Fresenius Kidney Care centers throughout Richmond, Scotland, Robeson and Moore counties.
HAMLET — Richmond Community College will begin registering students for the new Emergency Medical Science program that will start this fall semester. Registration opens Wednesday, April 8, for fall semester.
HAMLET — While many people have found creative ways to be entertained at home during this time of restrictive travel and gathering, the Cole Auditorium has confirmed new dates for the remaining two shows of the 2019-20 DeWitt Performing Arts Series.
PINEHURST — Certified Nurses Day was nationally recognized this week to honor board-certified nurses across the nation who have advanced their careers. Now, more than ever, we celebrate the 346 board certified nurses who work across the FirstHealth system for their professionalism, leadership and commitment to excellence in patient care.
Friday, 20 March 2020 16:10

COLUMN: It's spring cleaning time again

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Most people who live in our great country have both winter and summer clothes. The winter weather calls for heavier clothing, while our hot summers call for lighter clothes. Folks shovel snow in the winter and bathe at the beach in the summer months.
HAMLET — Doors opened at the Cole Auditorium last Wednesday as attendees eagerly awaited the combined talent of multiple Grammy-Award winning, world-renowned performers.
Last last month, Rockingham Middle School announced the students who made "A" Honor Roll for the second nine weeks.
Tuesday, 10 March 2020 14:24

North Carolina Zoo to open time capsule from 1984

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ASHEBORO — The public will get a chance to glimpse into the past as the North Carolina Zoo plans to open a time capsule from 1984 that’s buried at its iconic African Pavilion.
PEMBROKE — Most college graduates can single out the one professor whose influence had a lasting impact long after the classroom.
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