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Mayor, CMPD officer discusses Floyd protests

As a child Steve Huber was inspired by the 1970s TV police shows “Adam-12” and “S.W.A.T.” These shows cemented in his mind the profession he ... Read more

2 hours ago by Chris Miller.

Crossfit gym in Albemarle opens due to exemption in Phase 2 restrictions

An exemption in Gov. Roy Cooper’s order continuing to keep gyms and health clubs closed has allowed one Stanly gym to open its doors. CrossFit ... Read more

4 hours ago by Charles Curcio.

SNAP Back In Time – June 6, 1980 and June 4, 1965

Editor’s Note: During 2020, The SNAP will celebrate its 140th year of covering Stanly County people. In honor of 140 years, The SNAP will off ... Read more

5 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Albemarle resident named to Ole Miss’ chancellor’s honor roll

Sarah Rebecca Lawrence of Albemarle was recently named to the University of Mississippi’s Spring 2020 honor roll lists. Lawrence was named to the chancellor’s honor ... Read more

19 hours ago by Staff Reports.

COLUMN: Make Facebook and Google pay for local news, just like you

If you are a newspaper subscriber or you pick up a copy at a local retailer, you pay for the news and information you receive ... Read more

21 hours ago by Staff Reports.

SCS hires new assistant superintendent

Stanly County Schools has hired Dr. Amy Blake-Lewis as its new assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction, according to a SCS Facebook post on Thursday. ... Read more

23 hours ago by Chris Miller.

Stanly surpasses 100 COVID-19 cases

Stanly County has 102 total COVID-19 cases, as of Friday, according to the Stanly County Health Department. That is a sharp increase from two weeks ... Read more

1 day ago by Chris Miller.

PFEIFFER COLUMN: Reflections during Pentecost

To the Pfeiffer University community — especially our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and citizens of Stanly County: I write this evening in order to offer ... Read more

1 day ago by Staff Reports.

Oakboro 4th of July Celebration canceled due to COVID-19

Due to COVID-19 and the state restrictions enacted because of it, the Oakboro 4th of July committee has decided to cancel the 62nd Annual Oakboro ... Read more

1 day ago by Chris Miller.

SCS, Gray Stone respond to social media posts

Editor’s Note: Stanly County Schools and Gray Stone Day School made separate online posts Wednesday regarding offensive posts by students following a week of protests ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

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