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PEMBROKE — Hours after the curtain dropped on a successful production, "Strike at the Wind!" Director Jonathan Drahos began examining ways to expand the audience and grow the iconic Robeson County outdoor drama. 

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PEMBROKE — Sheila Cummings, founder, president and CEO of Cummings Aerospace, will deliver the Spring Commencement address at UNC Pembroke May 21-22. 

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PEMBROKE — Dr. Adolph L. Dial was once described as “a man for all seasons” largely due to his vast and varied life experiences which he readily shared with both students at UNC Pembroke and his community. His goal was always to inspire and make his world better than he found it.  

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PEMBROKE — If you frequent Pembroke, chances are you’ve seen Emmaline Mansfield’s visual handiwork.

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PEMBROKE — Drs. Malinda Maynor Lowery and Arwin Smallwood will facilitate a discussion titled “Sharing Black and Native Histories” as part of UNC Pembroke’s Virtual Diversity Series.

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PEMBROKE — Dr. Cherry Maynor Beasley, an internationally recognized expert in public health and founding member and chair of UNC Pembroke’s Department of Nursing, has been named a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.

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PEMBROKE — The University of North Carolina at Pembroke will award a record 957 degrees to its largest-graduating class in university history on Saturday, Aug. 8. 

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PEMBROKE — Larry Chavis’ career in the banking industry spans nearly five decades.

He has spent the majority of his 47-year career steering the success of Lumbee Guaranty Bank as president and CEO. A trailblazer and prominent member of the banking community, Chavis is highly regarded across the region and state. 

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PEMBROKE — A surprise $20,000 donation to the Museum of the Southeast American Indian brought tears to the eyes of its director, Nancy Strickland Fields. 

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The Ku Klux Klan came to Hillsborough on Saturday. They were a pathetic looking crew wearing their robes and waving flags. They made a point of showing their political allegiance with a banner that prominently read, “Make America Great Again.”

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