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HAMLET - As one turns off of Highway 74 Business onto Old Laurinburg Road just east of Hamlet, an unmistakable, quite noticeable, and easily read sign is strategically posted. It is a warning sign, threatening no less than a $1000 fine for those who choose to litter the roadside.
Monday, 05 March 2018 00:02

Richmond County’s Ducks Unlimited Banquet

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ROCKINGHAM - Thursday evening found the Rockingham National Guard Armory packed with over two hundred people, all enjoying great food, fellowship and a fund raising auction and raffle.
Wednesday, 28 February 2018 21:51

Black History Month Ends, Focus Should Continue

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ROCKINGHAM - Yesterday, February 28th, was the last day of Black History Month (BHM). The brainchild of prominent historian Carter G. Woodson, its origin can be traced to a celebration of “Negro History Week” in 1926 and, since 1979, the month of February been designated by every president since Carter…
ROCKINGHAM - Just about every senior in high school looks forward to prom night. The senior citizens in our community are no exception. On Friday, March 16, from 6:00pm – 9:00pm, our senior citizens can look forward to an 80's-themed Senior Prom at Cole Auditorium.
Tuesday, 27 February 2018 14:29

Letter of Apology: We All Make Mistakes

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ROCKINGHAM - One of our contributing writers, Mr. J.A. Bolton, has asked the Richmond Observer to post the following letter of apology:
Hunter’s Quest Continues: Helping Hunter Help Others (H3O) By C.K. Craven Rockingham - With this fourth installment of continual media coverage of the “Helping Hunter Help Others” (H3O) challenge, Hunter Lyerly’s mom Kim reminds us all as to how thankful we should be for the blessings that God has bestowed…
Tuesday, 20 February 2018 09:12

Goodwin to Compete for Scholarship

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ROCKINGHAM -- Senior, Kyle Goodwin will soon be traveling to Boston, Massachusetts with 60 other students to compete for a $12,000 scholarship awarded by the Moose Youth Awareness Program.
In recognition of February as Heart Health Month, the Hamlet Public Library has partnered with FirstHealth of the Carolinas to provide a FREE heart health screening. Thanks to the coordination efforts of the library's Heather Jones, FirstHealth medical professionals will be testing blood pressure and blood sugar levels at the…
Wednesday, 14 February 2018 08:08

The Blind Date

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It was in the fall of my Senior year in high school when a life changing event occurred in my life.
ROCKINGHAM - From ancient Roman rituals to the customs of Victorian England and into 21st century America, the occasion that we call “Valentine’s Day” has evolved and morphed from mysterious origins.
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