County Commission hears Albemarle Task Force
Dr. Russ Sharples, a member of Albemarle’s Economic Development Task Force, appeared before the County Commission Monday night. Sharples’ purpose was to inform the Commission of the results of the task force’s findings and to urge collaboration between the Commission and Albemarle on economic development for the county.
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- County Commission hears Albemarle Task Force
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Second-time parents have options
One of the statistically fastest growing groups in the United States is grandparents and others raising children the second time around.
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- Second-time parents have options
Stanly County Baseball / Softball Notes
The opponent for South Stanly in the fourth round of the 1A state baseball playoffs has been determined, while there has been a change made in the time of Tuesday's 2A softball game between West Stanly and Cuthbertson.
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- Stanly County Baseball / Softball Playoff Update
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Ronald McDonald House of benefit to us all
On Tuesday, Stanly County Managers Association members heard a presentation concerning the Ronald McDonald House in Charlotte.
- Celebrating small businesses and continuing new ways of communicating
- Editorial: Seizure of AP phone records insult to independent press
- Ronald McDonald House of benefit to us all
Kia Optima is a hit with the buying public
When it comes to midsized family sedans, the Kia Optima ranks high on my list for its good looks, economy and value.
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- Kia Optima is a hit with the buying public
Wingate University professor wins national award
Wingate, N.C. – Wingate University Assistant Professor of Religion, Heather McDivitt, has been selected as an Outstanding Advising Award Winner in the Faculty Academic Advising category from the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA). The award is presented to individuals who have demonstrated qualities associated with outstanding academic advising of students. She will be honored and presented with the award in Salt Lake City, UT during the NACADA Annual Conference this fall.
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- Wingate University professor wins national award