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Woman flips car, shows no signs of physical injury, according to police
A car came to rest on its roof after the driver accidentally hit the acceleration pedal instead of the brake Monday afternoon.
Board discusses use of cell tower
Richfield appointed a new head of a department, looked at a lease renewal for the Nextel tower and discussed the Golden Spark Award at Monday’s council meeting.
Courses teach baking, design
“Everybody always think they’re going to eat all day every day,” said Kelley Phillips, foods and interior design instructor at Albemarle High School (AHS).
Police arrest robbery suspect
On Feb. 21, Norwood Police Department, with assistance from Stanly County Sheriff’s Office, arrested Christina Ann Dennis of Old Cottonville Road in Norwood for robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection with the robbery at Norwood Pharmacy on Dec. 10, 2012.
Students have opportunity to learn more about career, education options
Melissa Eudy is the liaison for the Career and College Promise (CCP) program at Stanly Community College (SCC). Thursday morning she had a short informational session with South Stanly High School’s rising juniors and seniors about the CCP program and how it can help them with their futures.
Mother and son facing charges for using counterfeit bills
A mother and son are both awaiting a court date for their role in using counterfeit dollar bills, according to local law enforcement.
Board gets updates on budget, Academy
Misenheimer Village Council dealt with mostly routine discussions and conducted only two items of business.
Board receives update on budget, seeks zoning member
With a short list of items on the agenda, the town of Red Cross council members received an update on their current fiscal year budget before approving an amendment to the budget.
Former Clean Tech leader attempts to begin project in Arkansas
The man behind the failed Clean Tech plan in Stanly County and Lowndes County, Miss. now trumpets a $1.1 billion steel mill for Mississippi County, Ark.
DOT, SCS report safer traffic situations
The traffic pattern at West Stanly High School (WSHS), located off N.C. 24-27, was rearranged in early 2012, but was it a change for the better?
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