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RALEIGH — The N.C. House is not planning to move the Save Women’s Sports Act (H358) this session, according to North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore. In an interview with the Associated Press, Moore said that votes are not needed at this point. The bill would apply to college, middle, and high school sports and would require that sports be designated co-ed or specifically for males or females.

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HAMLET — Richmond Senior High School student Evan Cooley has been taking welding classes at Richmond Community College since the start of his junior year. The 17-year-old is now in his senior year and working as an intern at Superior Cranes.

Published in Lifestyle
Saturday, 20 February 2021 17:19

McNeil, Raiders soar past Falcons

ROCKINGHAM — In the Sandhills Athletic Conference Boys Basketball Tournament third-place game between No. 3 Richmond and No. 5 Seventy-First, the underclassmen put on a scoring clinic for the few onlookers that were allowed into Raider gym. 

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HAMLET — Cheryl Andrews of Hamlet says her story may be all too familiar for many young women. She dropped out of high school and married at an early age. By 21, she had two children, and any type of career was nowhere on the horizon. 

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RALEIGH — Free online classes are available to high school students this fall at North Carolina's community colleges through the innovative Career & College Promise dual enrollment program.

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HAMLET — High school students who enter Richmond Community College’s Machining program are getting key tools of a machinist thanks to an $8,000 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation.

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GREENSBORO — Margaree Brown grew up in Everetts, North Carolina. Her high school had fewer than 400 students. Her graduating class was a group of just 40.

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Monday, 25 March 2019 13:07

UNCP to host FIRST Robotics competition

PEMBROKE — Thirty-six high school robotics team will battle in a FIRST Robotics event at UNC Pembroke March 30-31.

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ROCKINGHAM — Several students will face criminal charges following a fight at Richmond Senior High School Wednesday morning.

Richmond County Schools spokesperson Briana Goins said no students were seriously injured and no weapons were involved.

Although the school was never officially on lockdown, Goins said the front and back gates to the school were temporarily closed to secure the campus.

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ROCKINGHAM – Student athletes are normally praised for their academic work in the classroom and their skills on their field of play. But several of Richmond Senior High School’s student athletes have also been doing tremendous works of character.

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