List/Grid Monthly Archives: September 2014

Obituary: Annie McIntosh

Obituary: Annie McIntosh

CARTHAGE, N.C. — Mrs. Annie Brandenburg McIntosh, 95, formerly of Rockingham and wife of the late William O’Brien McIntosh, passed away Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 at Tara Plantation in Carthage…. Read more »

9th Hinson Lake ultra goes to Afghanistan

9th Hinson Lake ultra goes to Afghanistan

Previous coverage: * Sept. 24: Carter: ‘I’m hooked on ultras’ * Sept. 23: Porter a late addition to Hinson Lake field * Sept. 22: Keane ‘all charged up’ for Hinson Lake ultra… Read more »

5 at Richmond Senior to compete for Morehead-Cain Scholarship

5 at Richmond Senior to compete for Morehead-Cain Scholarship

Trey McInnis, Katie Satterfield, Sarah Maske, Molly Russell and John Pittman were the winners of the Richmond Senior High School interviews and were selected to go on to the next round… Read more »

McInnis, Pittman to compete for Park Scholarship

McInnis, Pittman to compete for Park Scholarship

Trey McInnis and John Pittman have been selected to represent Richmond Senior High School and compete for North Carolina State’s Park Scholarship. The Park Scholarship is one of the most prestigious… Read more »

Richmond Senior hosts College Night

Richmond Senior hosts College Night

Staff report ROCKINGHAM — Though the fall term has just begun, Richmond Senior High School officials are looking to help this year’s students focus on their future with College Night…. Read more »

Concerns noted about mailed voter registration forms

Concerns noted about mailed voter registration forms

The Richmond County Board of Elections has received numerous calls and visits to our office concerning voter registration forms that are being received by mail to county residents. To our… Read more »

County sales tax would pay for Rockingham sports complex

County sales tax would pay for Rockingham sports complex

Only referendum on November ballot intended for recreation By Dan Way Carolina Journal RALEIGH — Residents in Richmond County are divided on whether to pass a Nov. 4 ballot referendum… Read more »

Ask the Goat: Six days at Silverton Part 1/3

Ask the Goat: Six days at Silverton Part 1/3

Editor’s note: This is the first of a three-part series on the Silverton six-day race. Part two will be published on Oct. 2 and part three will be published on… Read more »

Terry’s 5 TDs lead Rockets past Tigers, 40-8

Terry’s 5 TDs lead Rockets past Tigers, 40-8

Staff report RAEFORD — Bobby Terry was a triple threat. And it doomed West Hoke. On Wednesday against the host Tigers, the Rockingham Middle School running back Terry scored three… Read more »

Carter: ‘I’m hooked on ultras’

Carter: ‘I’m hooked on ultras’

Women’s course record in jeopardy Previous coverage: * Sept. 23: Porter a late addition to Hinson Lake field * Sept. 22: Keane ‘all charged up’ for Hinson Lake ultra * Aug…. Read more »

Obituary: David Kelley

Obituary: David Kelley

David Aaron Kelley Sr., 72, of Lincoln Park, Mich., passed away Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014 at his home. David was born Sept. 8, 1942 in Wyandotte, Mich., a son of… Read more »

NETC to hold scholarship drawing at homecoming games

NETC to hold scholarship drawing at homecoming games

CHERAW, S.C. — Northeastern Technical College will be holding special prize drawings at local high school football games in upcoming weeks to give away $300 scholarships. The scholarships can be… Read more »

Moore: Questions remain about proposed sales tax, sports complex

Moore: Questions remain about proposed sales tax, sports complex

To the editor: I have seen signs up in and around Rockingham for a new tax. The signs say that this will bring growth and employment to the county. One,… Read more »

7th grade beating victim: ‘Nobody helped me’

7th grade beating victim: ‘Nobody helped me’

Student beaten unconscious in alleged school bus attack By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * How to lodge a bullying complaint in Richmond County Schools * Prohibition against bullying, discrimination At about… Read more »

Hamlet Police seek help in identifying debit card fraud suspect

Hamlet Police seek help in identifying debit card fraud suspect

Staff report HAMLET — The Hamlet Police Department is investigating an alleged debit card fraud case that took place in Hamlet. The alleged incident occurred on Sept. 20, when a… Read more »

Washington Street teachers unleash creative side

Washington Street teachers unleash creative side

On Tuesday, Sept. 23, Washington Street School teachers met at the Arts Council to release some of their creative energy. With the help of Richmond Senior’s art teacher Susan Perkins,… Read more »

Obituary: Janie Mabe

Obituary: Janie Mabe

Janie Lou Mabe, 60, of Ellerbe, N.C., passed away Monday, Sept. 22, 2014 at her home. Janie was born April 18, 1954 in Richmond County, a daughter of Lucille Fulp… Read more »

Free Success Skills class starts Oct. 20

Free Success Skills class starts Oct. 20

CHERAW, S.C. — Free classes designed to help individuals assess their career skills and explore relevant career pathways through education at Northeastern Technical College (NETC), will be offered Oct. 20-23 from 9 a.m…. Read more »

PLANETS land in school gymnasium

PLANETS land in school gymnasium

By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com HAMLET — Students at Monroe Avenue Elementary today and tomorrow are taking a trip to the heavens. But they’re going only as far as the school… Read more »

Authorities ID woman who died in Monday fire

Authorities ID woman who died in Monday fire

Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Read the original report Authorities on Wednesday released the name of a Richmond County woman who died Monday in an early-morning house fire. Sheriff James Clemmons Jr.’s… Read more »

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