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RALEIGH — SECU Foundation is continuing its long-standing support for the Institute for Emerging Issues at N.C. State University with a $225,000 grant to assist with the expansion of IEI’s statewide digital inclusion program, Building a New Digital Economy in NC.

Published in Local News
Thursday, 04 November 2021 17:49

Rockingham Police warn of possible AirTag stalking

ROCKINGHAM — One local law enforcement agency is warning residents to be on the lookout for a trendy tracking device.

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A co-worker and I had a conversation about generations. I am older than him by about 20 years and we often have conversations like this. While he is of a different generation, some of his thoughts and ideas are more in line with generations before his. 

Published in Lifestyle

HAMLET — Dean Adams of Laurinburg has property in Pennsylvania that he has leased to a solar farm. In order to learn more about solar energy and how he may use it for his house, Adams enrolled in Richmond Community College's Solar Energy Systems Technology class this summer. 

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MARSHVILLE — Through a partnership with Pee Dee Electric and North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives, White Rocks Farms of Marshville has received a $25,000 grant from the Beneficial Electrification League, an innovation-focused national collaborative. 

Published in Lifestyle
Wednesday, 07 April 2021 15:16

OPINION: Free people require free movement

“Vaccine passports” are the latest in a long line of unusual terms we’ve all become familiar with over the past year.

Published in Opinion
Wednesday, 31 March 2021 16:07

RichmondCC hosts Afterschool STEM program

HAMLET — Middle school and high school students met virtually for two months with Richmond Community College instructors in an Afterschool STEM program. At the first of March, they brought what they had been learning virtually to campus for hands-on projects.

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RALEIGH — As courthouses begin to reopen across North Carolina, the state’s judicial branch office is preparing to request millions of dollars in funding to help keep them open.

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PINEHURST— FirstHealth On the Go is here for you and your family this holiday season. There’s never a convenient time to be sick, but it’s especially difficult around the holidays when schedules are awry, and you may find yourself in a different location.

Published in Lifestyle
Monday, 30 November 2020 17:46

Having fun with technology

ROCKINGHAM — Senior Douglas McDonald has always enjoyed working with computers.

Published in Lifestyle
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