Contributed Story

Contributed Story

ROCKINGHAM - With anticipation of Easter and spring break, Richmond Senior High School kicked off its second annual Raider Magic Fine Arts Festival.  Thursday morning, Richmond Senior High students filed into the school gym for a day of varied styles of talent and music ranging from classmates to a Latin Fusion Band.

PINEHURST – The Moore County medical community, which includes FirstHealth of the Carolinas, Pinehurst Surgical, Pinehurst Medical Clinic and the Mid-Carolinas Physicians Organization, are raising awareness about National Stop the Bleed Day on March 31. Stop the Bleed is a national initiative to train and educate the public on how to control bleeding.

Tuesday, 27 March 2018 05:06

Ladies' Day Out Event Offers Options

HAMLET - Young Living essential oils, Norwex safe cleaning products, pottery, jewelry, singing and more awaited visitors to the Ladies’ Day Out at the Cole Auditorium on Saturday.   Outside, the temperatures were chilly and the skies gloomy, but inside the lobby of the Cole, the mood was upbeat and cheery.

HAMLET - RichmondCC recently received approval from FirstHealth to move forward with its plan to create a simulation facility at the former Moore Regional Hospital – Hamlet, which is adjacent to the College’s main campus in Hamlet.

ROCKINGHAM - Salute local, state, and federal elected officials, including those that are newly elected, at the 2018 Legislative Reception.

Editor's note:  It is the policy of the Richmond Observer to print news release material in its original format as it was received with minimal, if any, editorial adjustments.  The following missive was received from the Richmond County Water Department: 

”To address any water quality issues that you may have received, I would like to provide you with the following information:

HAMLET - ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH,  HW 177/ 311 Marlboro St., Hamlet, will observe the most solemn week in the life of the church in special services beginning on Palm Sunday, March 25th.

Wednesday, 21 March 2018 16:50

Richard Conde

RICHARD'S OBITUARY

Richard Garland Conde, 59, of Rockingham, passed away Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at Hospice Haven in Rockingham.

Mr. Conde was born December 17, 1958 in Cumberland County, a son of the late James Richard Conde and Willowdean Batten West.  He had served his country in the US Army, was a member of Victory Baptist Church and had been employed with Edwards IGA.  In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a special cousin, Ken Edwards.

Surviving are his daughter, Natasha Dimery of Sanford; grandchildren, Cody Dimery, Cassey Dimery and Katelyn Dimery  and a special aunt, Nancy Edwards (Russell) of Rockingham.

Funeral services will be at 11 am Friday at Victory Baptist Church with Rev. Russell Edwards officiating. Interment will follow in Richmond County Memorial Park.

The family will see friends from 9:45 – 10:45 am Friday at Victory Baptist Church. 

Memorials may be made to Victory Baptist Church 171 Clemmer Rd, Rockingham, NC 28379.

Editor's note:  It is the policy of the Richmond Observer to print news release material in its original format as it was received with minimal, if any, editorial adjustments.

 

LAURINBURG – Gov. Roy Cooper has named Scotland County resident Hew Fulton to the State Health Coordinating Council, a panel that helps guide the growth of health care facilities in North Carolina.

Editor's note: The Richmond Observer strives to provide fair and objective coverage of any and all political issues, situations, and/or developments, regardless of party affiliation.  As part of this commitment, the Observer is offering for your review the following news release statement from the North Carolina Democratic Party: 

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