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LAURINBURG — Scotland Regional Hospice is helping celebrate this year’s Social Work Month in March with the theme “Social Workers are Essential” to highlight the invaluable contributions social workers make in our society, especially as this nation addresses the coronavirus pandemic.
RALEIGH — The board of the Boll Weevil Eradication Foundation of North Carolina has set the 2021 boll weevil assessment at 75 cents per acre of cotton. The amount remains the same as in 2020.
HAMLET — As long as he can remember, 19-year-old Brandon Swallow has dreamed of building machines that would make life easier for people. In fact, at age 8, he used his K'NEX Classic Construction building set to build a robotic arm to pick up toys and a crossbow to defend…
We, at Richmond Early College High School, are extremely proud of our honor roll students. In order to be named to the honor roll, students must earn all A’s or all A’s and B’s in both high school and college courses. These honors reflect the students’ hard work, determination, and…
East Rockingham Elementary School Counselor Sarah Radford is part of a group of elementary counselors nationwide who have a group on Facebook. The group bounces ideas off of each other, asks each other questions, and collaborates about the school counseling profession.
HAMLET — Stacey Drake was getting help with her resume at the Career & Transfer Center on the Hamlet Campus of Richmond Community College when she learned about a pre-employment class that was preparing people to work for a local company. Having recently moved to the area from Virginia and…
Friday, 26 February 2021 11:16

COLUMN: The forgotten Seaburn Spring

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The other week while it was raining, I was checking my computer about some history of Richmond County. I happened to run across a subject of waterways located in the county. I recognized all the names except one, and that was Seaburn Spring and Branch.
HAMLET — College can be expensive when you don’t make the right choices. This is what April Xiong of Maxton learned when she began working on her goal to become a nurse practitioner.
ASHEBORO — The North Carolina Zoo will livestream Better on Ice, An Ice Challenge Virtual Event Sat., Feb. 27 in celebration of International Polar Bear Day.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — North Carolina State University’s Turfgrass Program has been working on the selection, installation and evaluation of zoysiagrasses along roadsides throughout the state in collaboration with the N.C. Department of Transportation.
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