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PEMBROKE — Homecoming is a time when alumni, faculty and friends reflect on UNC Pembroke’s storied past while taking part in time-honored traditions such as bonfires, tailgating and parades.
HAMLET — Country music legend John Anderson kicks off the Fidelity Bank Rock ‘N Country series this Friday at the Cole Auditorium located on the Hamlet campus of Richmond Community College. Anderson will bring a rich history of music to the stage with his signature hit “Swingin'," plus others like…
PINEHURST — For more than 20 years, Cynthia Brewer had been able to manage her diabetes largely on her own. If her blood glucose levels became elevated, Brewer would adjust her daily diet based on what had always worked for her.
ROCKINGHAM — FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital-Richmond will share important stroke prevention tips during a community event on World Stroke Day, Tuesday, Oct. 29.
Tuesday, 08 October 2019 20:43

Parker set to release debut fantasy novel Feb. 29

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ROCKINGHAM — Russell Parker, a Richmond County native and the executive producer of The Richmond Observer’s LIVE at 5, will release his debut fantasy novel this upcoming winter.
ROCKINGHAM — Students from Richmond Senior High School recently participated in the 2019 SkillsUSA North Carolina State Leadership Workshop at Camp Dixie, Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Friday, 04 October 2019 17:15

COLUMN: Fords, foot logs and ferries

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Seems nowadays when we drive down the road and cross a bridge, we don’t even think about the river or stream below it. It wasn’t that way in our forefathers’ times, no sirre.
Friday, 04 October 2019 14:43

Taking stroke care to the next level

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CHERAW, S.C. — In just four minutes you could: read a few pages of a book; return a phone call; listen to a favorite song... or die from a stroke. On average, every four minutes, a stroke claims a life. It is the third leading cause of death in South…
PEMBROKE — Civil war author Kevin M. Levin will hold a lecture and book signing at UNC Pembroke’s Thomas Entrepreneurship Hub on Oct. 29.
Churches are, and always have been, the backbone of rural North Carolina. Places of hope, fellowship, spiritual comfort, they are also often heartbeats of a community, providing food, clothing and other direct aid to their neighbors.
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