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PEMBROKE— Four years ago, Austin Locklear earned a biology degree from UNC Pembroke to prepare for the rigorous course load in medical school. In an effort to become a stronger candidate, he went on to earn a graduate degree from Duke University.
I imagine it goes without saying that I am not a huge fan of our so-called instant society.
PEMBROKE — Leyia Bullard Oxendine, a 2017 graduate of UNC Pembroke, has been accepted to the Physician Assistant program at Methodist University.
Friday, 30 July 2021 10:45

COLUMN: What happened to the bear?

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Back in the '50s, when I was just a lad, my family lived on Highway 74 west of Rockingham. Back then 74 was just a winding two-lane road with a lot of hills to go over before you reached the Pee Dee River. The river was just a few miles…
PINEHURST — Last winter, 32-year-old Samantha Patterson got sick with COVID-19 and, like so many, struggled to recover.
PEMBROKE — Dr. Loury Floyd, dean of the School of Education at UNC Pembroke, has been selected as an Impact Academy fellow, a high honor afforded to the most exceptional leaders in education.
RALEIGH — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and the N.C. Wildlife Federation will offer two free online hunting-related webinars this fall. “Introduction to Deer Hunting” will be held on Sept. 14, and “Practical Deer Processing: From Field to Freezer” will be held on Sept. 16. Both classes will run from…
MILLSBORO, Del.— Mountaire Farms, the nation’s fourth-largest chicken producer, recently awarded 27 students with $2,500 scholarships to help them pay for college.
PEMBROKE — The 4th annual Lumbee Film Festival returns to the big screen with 18 new films directed by indigenous filmmakers screening over two days at the Thomas Entrepreneurship Hub on Main Street. This year’s festival is presented by the North Carolina Museum of Art and includes live music, film,…
HAMLET — Twenty-year-old twins Belle and Samuel Capel are about to go their separate ways this fall: Belle to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington to study oceanography and Samuel to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte to study computer science.
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