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Sharks can be scary, unless you can get them to buy into your own scary idea. That’s what Wingate senior Paul Janssen did Thursday night (April 28) at the University's Shark Tank event with his presentation of Scare Tactic, LLC, a horror-themed escape room. 

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ELLERBE — A high school team from Stanly County and a middle school team from Surry County took top honors at the 2022 Youth Hunter Education Skills Tournament on April 30.

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RALEIGH — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will host the 44th annual Youth Hunter Education Skills Tournament state championship on April 30 at the John F. Lentz Hunter Education Complex in Ellerbe. The competition is conducted on senior (high school) and junior (middle and elementary schools) divisional levels, with overall team and individual awards based on aggregate scores in all events.

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PINEHURST — Attention runners: On Saturday, April 30, 2022 Anytime Fitness of Pinehurst will host the Run with a Cop 5K Walk/Run and 5th annual L.E.O Lift Off.

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Rockingham Dragway’s “Sprint into Spring” schedule ramps up March 12 with a heavyweight doubleheader featuring the Blood, Sweat & Gears car and truck show hosted by Higher Degree Trucks and the NC 22 Streetcar Shootout, part of the Columbia Car Meets series.

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RALEIGH — More than 3,500 students will compete in the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s 44th annual Youth Hunter Education Skills Tournaments (YHEST) this month. Events will include shotgun, archery, rifle, orienteering and a written hunting skills exam.

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Tuesday, 01 March 2022 18:26

State archery tournament champions announced

RALEIGH — The North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission’s National Archery in the Schools Program State Tournament took place Friday and Saturday at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds. A total of 801 archers represented 31 schools from across the state, making it one of the largest in-person NASP tournaments in agency history.

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RALEIGH — Officials at the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission have confirmed that students across the state will gather for the first time since February 2020 at North Carolina’s National Archery in the Schools Program State Tournament in Winston-Salem, Feb. 25-26. Over 750 students from 30 schools will compete in elementary, middle and high school divisions.

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ROCKINGHAM — Four groups from a local cheerleading team were crowned state champions at a competition this weekend at Dorton Arena in Raleigh.

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ROCKINGHAM — A Richmond Senior High School student is on his way to the second round of the American Legion’s Oratorical Contest.

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