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In the latest twist of the College World Series drama, the mothers of N.C. State baseball stars Reid Johnston and Tyler McDonough said Sunday their sons tested negative six times and were not allowed to continue playing in the CWS. The Wolfpack's Cinderella run at the national championship was cut short over the weekend when the NCAA sent the Pack packing amid a cloud of questionable COVID protocols that imposed a testing regime on N.C. State that other teams did not have.

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PEMBROKE — In the five years it takes for the average college student to earn a bachelor’s degree, Dana Lamberton completed two — one in applied physics at UNC Pembroke and another in mechanical engineering at N.C. State University. 

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RALEIGH, N.C. — The Farm Credit Associations of North Carolina, the leading provider of credit to farmers and rural residents in North Carolina, has made a generous $30,000 gift to North Carolina State University’s Soldier to Agriculture Program.

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PEMBROKE, NC – Alexis High is one step closer to fulfilling her dream of becoming a veterinarian. 

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PEMBROKE — Harley Locklear, a Fall 2020 graduate of the professional school counseling program at UNC Pembroke, will continue his studies in the doctoral program at N.C. State University this fall. 

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HAMLET — As long as he can remember, 19-year-old Brandon Swallow has dreamed of building machines that would make life easier for people. In fact, at age 8, he used his K'NEX Classic Construction building set to build a robotic arm to pick up toys and a crossbow to defend his fort. By age 9, he was building motorized cars and windmills. 

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HAMLET — Transferring to NC State University just got easier for Richmond Community College students thanks to a new dual admission program. NC State has added RichmondCC as a partner in NC State’s Community College Collaboration.

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RALEIGH — Chemical compounds in foods or beverages like green tea, muscadine grapes and dark chocolate can bind to and block the function of a particular enzyme, or protease, in the SARS-CoV-2 virus, according to a new study by plant biologists at North Carolina State University.

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WADESBORO — Pee Dee Electric is giving two local middle school students the opportunity to hit the hardwood alongside their favorite college basketball athletes and coaches this summer, thanks to Touchstone Energy Sports Camp Scholarships. 

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RALEIGH — North Carolina State Highway Patrol promotions are being put on hold while Internal Affairs investigates an allegation that the promotional testing process was compromised.

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