Displaying items by tag: scholarship

PEMBROKE — Hal Davis spent the better part of three decades on stage, performing in more than 70 professional productions.  

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PEMBROKE — Despite having no formal education, Gus and Josephine Locklear made higher education attainable for their 11 children through hard work and lifelong sacrifices. 

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FAYETTEVILLE — Without North Carolina’s school-choice scholarships for students with special needs, retired soldier James Martin would have moved his family to another state. That’s how important these scholarships have been to his 11-year-old daughter, Mia. 

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MILLSBORO, Del.— Mountaire Farms, the nation’s fourth-largest chicken producer, recently awarded 27 students with $2,500 scholarships to help them pay for college. 

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PEMBROKE — As a former classroom teacher, Judy Corso dedicated her career to molding young minds, enriching students' lives and giving them skills they need to succeed. 

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HAMLET — Richmond Senior High School graduate Noah Aiken was at a loss for words when he got the call letting him know that he was a National Beta Club Scholarship winner. It wasn't so much the scholarship that stunned him. It was the amount. He received the top Beta Club scholarship of $20,000.

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ROCKY MOUNT — Today, the Golden LEAF Foundation announced that 215 rural North Carolina students were selected to receive up to a $12,000 Golden LEAF Scholarship, including two in Richmond County.

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HAMLET — Richmond Early College High School student Lauren Humann of Rockingham is about to wrap up her time at Richmond Community College with an associate degree and will be heading to East Carolina University this fall.

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HAMLET — Four Richmond County students were recognized for their participation in the Career and Technical Education program at last week’s School Board meeting — one of whom was awarded a scholarship.

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RALEIGH — The General Assembly will soon consider a bill that seeks to protect women’s sports by preventing boys and men from being allowed to compete on female teams in middle school, high school and college.

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