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LILESVILLE — The application period for the 2022 Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. is now open.

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PEMBROKE — More than three decades after his death, Julian Pierce’s legacy as a strong advocate for education, equality and justice for all people is kept alive through scholarship at UNC Pembroke. 

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DURHAM — WGU North Carolina, an affiliate of the online nonprofit Western Governors University, will mark the National Education Association’s 2021 American Education Week Nov. 15-19 by promoting the WGU Loves Teachers and Become a Teacher scholarship programs. These scholarships, together totaling $6 million nationwide, are designed for current and future education professionals who wish to pursue bachelor’s or master’s degree programs with WGU’s Teachers College.

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HAMLET — Dexter Mabe, a senior at Richmond Early College High School, was named a School Winner for the Heisman High School Scholarship presented by Acceptance Insurance.  

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PEMBROKE — Crystal Wood's family dynamic was turned upside down during her junior year at UNC Pembroke. 

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College will hold a special ceremony Oct. 23 for the establishment of the Rev Scholarship in memory of the late Rev. Ricky Jacobs, who was the former chaplain for Richmond County Raiders sports teams. 

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PEMBROKE — De’Maurion Shelley and Nina Wiatrowski have been named the 2021 Maynor Honors College scholars at UNC Pembroke.  

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PEMBROKE — Hal Davis spent the better part of three decades on stage, performing in more than 70 professional productions.  

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PEMBROKE — Despite having no formal education, Gus and Josephine Locklear made higher education attainable for their 11 children through hard work and lifelong sacrifices. 

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FAYETTEVILLE — Without North Carolina’s school-choice scholarships for students with special needs, retired soldier James Martin would have moved his family to another state. That’s how important these scholarships have been to his 11-year-old daughter, Mia. 

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