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HAMLET — Richmond Community College has partnered with Huvepharma to provide customized training for their employees, including training in math, biology and chemistry.

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College will host its Morning Mingle on Tuesday, May 3, starting at 8 a.m. at the Robinette Building in Rockingham. 

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College student Robert Lewis created a working small engine and gear box with over 100 parts as his final project in one of his Mechanical Engineering Technology classes last fall semester. The project became so complex, he put in time outside of class to complete it.

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HAMLET — Former Richmond County Health Director Dr. Tommy Jarrell was honored Saturday, April 2 as the Richmond Community College Foundation’s Distinguished Citizen of the Year.

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College is making changes to how students are assisted through the admissions process in order to better serve them and their educational needs.

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A little over two years ago, this leading lady came out of her local government leadership retirement and rejoined the Hamlet City Council on March 10, 2020.

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Since 2014, this lifelong educator has applied her knowledge from a nearly 38-year career with our local education system to guide her decisions as a member of the Board of Education for Richmond County Schools. A 1966 graduate of the former Rockingham High School, Bobbie Sue Ormsby is devout advocate for public education and Richmond County. 

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HAMLET — Eligible 2022 North Carolina high school graduates will have their tuition and fees covered at Richmond Community College for up to two years starting this fall semester.

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Today we celebrate a leading lady, who made an enormous impact in Richmond County as an educator, active community member, and advocate for all, especially students and women. Naomi Daggs, the first African American hired as a full time English instructor at Richmond Community College served as the chairwoman of the college's arts and sciences division and of the English department for 30 years until her retirement in 2007. 

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ROCKINGHAM — Four Richmond Senior High students on Wednesday signed on for apprenticeships with local companies in a variety of fields.

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