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RALEIGH — A task force assembled by Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson designed to give a voice to parents and students in identifying political bias in public school classrooms released its first report on Tuesday.

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If you have children, you’ve probably played the board game Life.

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MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. — As intergalactic zombies — that eat their sister stars and wander galaxies like the walking dead — neutron stars and black holes have all the makings of a hit movie.

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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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PEMBROKE— UNC Pembroke assistant professor Camille Locklear Goins is eager to return to the classroom this fall and is especially looking forward to the opportunity to implement practices and skills she gained as a participant in the Transformative Educational Leadership Program. 

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Wednesday, 18 August 2021 15:34

Ellerbe student graduates from Aviation Challenge

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Lukas Gilliam of Ellerbe, NC recently attended Aviation Challenge Mach II at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, home of Space Camp, Space Camp Robotics, Aviation Challenge and U.S. Cyber Camp. The Rocket Center is a Smithsonian Affiliate and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center’s Official Visitor Center.

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PEMBROKE — Renowned motivational speaker Jonathan Sprinkles reassured the first-year students in attendance that ‘there is a place for you here’ at UNC Pembroke. 

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Families’ fight against a discriminatory dress code will continue, but a court ruling in the case could have earth-shattering implications for students in North Carolina’s public charter schools.

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PEMBROKE — Kiara Moore is the first student from The University of North Carolina at Pembroke to be accepted into the John M. Belk Impact Fellowship, granted by The Hunt Institute.  

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RALEIGH — Budgets passed with bipartisan support in both chambers of the General Assembly fund a number of provisions in the ongoing Leandro school funding legal case, but critics still contend the money falls short of the mark.

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