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SCC students receive Golden LEAF Scholarships

Students from Stanly Community College (SCC) recently received Golden LEAF scholarships through the North Carolina Community College System. The Golden LEAF Scholarship program is designed ... Read more

3 days ago by Staff Reports.

Former Lowder Hardware annex demolished as part of plan to develop apartments

Anyone walking along North First Street in downtown Albemarle recently may have noticed that something was awry. The former Lowder Hardware one-story annex, located between ... Read more

3 days ago by Chris Miller.

STATE: The Axe Handlers to bring bluegrass tunes

The Axe Handlers are up next on the outdoor stage at the “Car”certs at the Cole at 6 p.m. Friday in Hamlet. This brand new ... Read more

3 days ago by Staff Reports.

SNAP BACK IN TIME – Oct. 17, 1980 and Oct. 15, 1965

  Editor’s Note: In honor of its 140th anniversary, The SNAP will offer a glimpse at events of 40 years ago and beyond. Friday, Oct. ... Read more

4 days ago by Staff Reports.

PEEKING INTO THE PAST – Colson’s Mill Marker in Norwood

In 1952, Stanly County historian Mrs. G.D.B. Reynolds led the effort to have the first state recognized historic marker placed in Stanly County. The marker, ... Read more

4 days ago by Staff Reports.

ELECTION 2020: Former NC Supreme Court associate justice runs for 8th Congressional District

After roughly 30 years serving as a judge in numerous roles in the state, Patricia Timmons-Goodson now has her sights on a new role — ... Read more

5 days ago by Chris Miller.

ELECTION 2020: Hudson runs for fifth term

After serving the citizens of the 8th district of North Carolina for the past eight years, four-term Republican incumbent U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson is seeking ... Read more

5 days ago by Chris Miller.

Almost 6 percent of all registered Stanly voters cast ballots Thursday

For the first day of early voting in the county on Thursday, roughly 2,478 people came out to cast ballots at the four voting locations. ... Read more

5 days ago by Chris Miller.

‘I get a charge out of helping people’: Breast cancer survivor finds way to give back to others

As someone who worked in the healthcare industry for more than 30 years, much of that as a registered respiratory therapist in hospital ICUs and ... Read more

5 days ago by Chris Miller.

Badin resident recounts her battle with breast cancer

Carol Mosley always tries to wear something pink each day in October. From scarves, blankets, face masks and jewelry to a wreath that hangs outside ... Read more

6 days ago by Chris Miller.

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