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PINEHURST — Fellowship-trained interventional pulmonologist Adam Belanger, M.D., joined FirstHealth Specialty Services and Pinehurst Medical Clinic on May 1. Dr. Belanger joins Michael Pritchett, D.O., MPH, at the Pinehurst practice.
HAMLET — Every student who comes through Richmond Community College is asked, “What do you want to be in the future?” RichmondCC has a goal to assist every student in implementing a plan toward a future career.
Tuesday, 23 June 2020 09:37

Sandhills Farm to Table receives grant

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STATESVILLE — Sandhills Farm to Table (Moore County) was recently awarded a grant through Carolina Farm Credit’s Corporate Mission Fund.
CHERAW, S.C. — On June 10, McLeod Health Cheraw representatives Kim Teal, RN, infection preventionist, and Austin Caulder, RN, director of the ICU/ Emergency Department/COVID Unit, spoke to the Cheraw Rotary Club about COVID-19 symptoms and provided important prevention tips such as the importance of social distancing and hand-washing.
Friday, 19 June 2020 11:38

COLUMN: Stories of my Aunt B - Part II

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Last week, I told you a little about one side of my family— how growing up in Depression times were tough on just about every family, but most families endured and became closer. I also introduced you to my Aunt B and told you about her taking over the household…
HAMLET — Richmond Community College will once again be partnering with STEMerald City to offer summer camps that engage children in critical thinking, math, science and technology. However, there’s a twist to this year’s STEAM camps. Camps will be conducted online plus outdoor activities.
Wednesday, 17 June 2020 11:58

RichmondCC IT grad sets high goals for his career

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HAMLET — Tristan Poole of Rockingham has big plans to achieve big goals. The Richmond Community College graduate hopes to one day use the skills he learned in the Information Technology program to be a part of an elite force of U.S. Army soldiers: the 75th Ranger Regiment.
Saturday, 13 June 2020 13:41

COLUMN: Stories of my Aunt B - Part I

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Aunt B was one of my mom’s older sisters. There were four girls in the family of 12 children. Each child had their own job to do on their 100-acre farm during the days of the Great Depression. They didn’t have a lot of cash, but food was always on…
PEMBROKE — UNC Pembroke’s College of Health Sciences, Department of Counseling, hosts a four-part Telecounseling Professional Development Series beginning June 18, 2020.
CHERAW, S.C. — On Wednesday, June 10, Ralph Johnson did not know his son-in-law Mark was preparing him to see his bride of 70 years for their anniversary when he made sure his face was shaved, hair combed, and he had a little bit of after-shave. Ralph had not seen…
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