List/Grid Monthly Archives: April 2015

ReStore’s DIY workshops require ‘just … a little imagination’

ReStore’s DIY workshops require ‘just … a little imagination’

By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com ROCKINGHAM — Walt Disney would be proud. The man who envisioned Disney World could step back and see a bigger picture — a blank canvas, if you will,… Read more »

McCaskill hauls in game-winning TD

McCaskill hauls in game-winning TD

Speed upend Mayhem HAMLET — Timothy McCaskill hauled in the game-winning touchdown pass from quarterback Michael Johnson to lift the Richmond County Speed over the Martinsville Mayhem in a 12-6… Read more »

Honor Roll: West Rockingham Elementary School

Honor Roll: West Rockingham Elementary School

West Rockingham Elementary School in Rockingham has announced the students making the Honor Roll for the third nine-week period of the 2014-15 academic school year, which ended March 27. A Honor Roll Third Grade: Jai’Lyn… Read more »

Honor Roll: Fairview Heights Elementary School

Honor Roll: Fairview Heights Elementary School

Fairview Heights Elementary School in Hamlet has announced the students making the Honor Roll for the third nine-week period of the 2014-15 academic school year, which ended March 27. A Honor Roll Row 1: Christi… Read more »

Honor Roll: Rohanen Middle School

Honor Roll: Rohanen Middle School

Rohanen Middle School in East Rockingham has announced the students making the Honor Roll for the third nine-week period of the 2014-15 academic school year, which ended March 27. Front row, left to right: Alexis… Read more »

Tyson announces members of ‘musical adventure’

Tyson announces members of ‘musical adventure’

RSHS choral auditions results released Staff report Related coverage: * March 30: Choir earns ‘Superior” rating * March 7: Day 2 of Arts Alive! is “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” RICHMOND COUNTY — John… Read more »

WRC supports Outdoor Heritage Act

WRC supports Outdoor Heritage Act

RALEIGH — The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission has adopted a resolution supporting a bill that would promote wildlife-related recreation and youth involvement in outdoor activities across the state. Wildlife Commissioners took… Read more »

Letter: McShane’s departure makes me appreciate Miranda

Letter: McShane’s departure makes me appreciate Miranda

To the Editor:  The recent resignation of  Hamlet Depot and Museum Manager Chuck McShane, after four months on the job, makes it clear how much we miss Miranda Chavis who held… Read more »

Obituary: Edgar Hollingsworth

Obituary: Edgar Hollingsworth

Edgar Robert Hollingsworth, 88, of Rockingham, passed away Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at The Hermitage. Mr. Hollingsworth was born June 16, 1926 in Richmond County, a son of the late Gilbert and… Read more »

Sheriff’s Office sergeant presented with NCSTSC certificate

Sheriff’s Office sergeant presented with NCSTSC certificate

ROCKINGHAM — Sheriff James E. Clemmons Jr. on Wednesday presented Sgt. N.L. Forester with his intermediate certificate awarded by the North Carolina Sheriff’s Training and Standards Commission. To be awarded… Read more »

Second armed robbery suspect caught

Second armed robbery suspect caught

Staff report Related coverage * April 15: Deputies seek 2nd suspect ROCKINGHAM — The law caught up with a 19-year-old Rockingham man on Tuesday. Malik Devon Johnson, 19, of Collins… Read more »

Extension @ Your Service: Mosquito season is here

Extension @ Your Service: Mosquito season is here

Like me, you may have started noticing mosquito activity this week. This is because Richmond County has had some warm wet conditions, which are optimal for mosquitoes to thrive. It’s important… Read more »

Memorial garden shot earns photo club honors

Memorial garden shot earns photo club honors

* March winners ROCKINGHAM — A photograph of an Iris in the Memorial Garden at First Baptist Church in New Bern took top honors Tuesday night at the monthly meeting… Read more »

Win one, lose one for Rockingham, Hamlet soccer squads

Win one, lose one for Rockingham, Hamlet soccer squads

The Hamlet Middle school girls defeated Rockingham Middle on Tuesday at Rockingham, 2-1. Chloe Wiggins and Emily Buie scored for the Red Rams, who are undefeated the season. The Hamlet Middle… Read more »

Belk fundraiser nets $1,077 for Fairview Heights Elementary

Belk fundraiser nets $1,077 for Fairview Heights Elementary

HAMLET — Fairview Heights Elementary School is pleased to announce that it has received more than $1,000 from Belk’s Angel Days Campaign. The holiday fundraiser provided Rockingham Belk customers with… Read more »

‘Gimme that ball’

‘Gimme that ball’

Seniors take to court, ball to hoop By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Photo gallery – more than 700 snapshots! ROCKINGHAM — It was Ida Mae Malloy’s turn. Like the other… Read more »

Obituary: Shannon Leigh Buchanan

Obituary: Shannon Leigh Buchanan

Shannon Leigh Buchanan, 26, of Hamlet, N.C., died,Friday, April 17, 2015, at her residence. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 25 at Bible Free Will… Read more »

Perdue associates make ‘quite a difference’

Perdue associates make ‘quite a difference’

More than 1,200 pounds of garbage, debris removed from rec areas RICHMOND COUNTY — More than 50 Perdue associates, their family members and friends helped beautify their community on Saturday,… Read more »

Burns: Encountering cultures which glorify our destruction

Burns: Encountering cultures which glorify our destruction

The Boston Marathon becomes a battleground      I see five faces at the finish line. All five are on a mission. All five are determined to accomplish their mission… Read more »

Ellerbe, Rohanen split soccer matches

Ellerbe, Rohanen split soccer matches

ELLERBE — The Ellerbe Middle School soccer teams finished up their regular season yesterday against Rohanen Middle School The girls lost to the Rebels, 2-1.  This brings the girls record to… Read more »

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