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RDC takes over Great Falls Mill

RDC takes over Great Falls Mill

Site of county’s 1st cotton mill one of “most evocative historic places” By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com Related links * National Register of Historic Places listing (PDF) * Ruins of the 1972… Read more »

Washington Street faculty, staff hit Hitchcock

Washington Street faculty, staff hit Hitchcock

ROCKINGHAM — Washington Street faculty and staff recently enjoyed a day on Hitchcock Creek. The group started its morning at the Roberdel access with 17 kayaks in the water. All… Read more »

Parker fosters ‘Super Duck’ 3781

Parker fosters ‘Super Duck’ 3781

  By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Photo gallery – more than 250 images * Complete list of winners ROCKINGHAM — Duck 3781 is No. 1. The duck, fostered for the… Read more »

‘It’s harder than it looks’

‘It’s harder than it looks’

Hamlet Boy Scout Troop 90 goes old school in survival lessons By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Video * Photo gallery – more than 500 images MOUNT GILEAD — Some might… Read more »

Hernandez earns John Philip Sousa Award

Hernandez earns John Philip Sousa Award

Marching Raiders bid farewell to 9 graduating seniors By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com ROCKINGHAM — Angelis Hernandez earned the coveted John Philip Sousa Award during the Marching Raiders’ annual banquet Thursday night… Read more »

This Day in NC History: Master of an art form, potter Ben Owen

This Day in NC History: Master of an art form, potter Ben Owen

On June 4, 1904, potter Ben Owen was born in Moore County. Owen learned to turn clay from his father, potter and farmer Rufus Owen, and by age 16, he was a… Read more »

Early application has advantages

Early application has advantages

CHERAW, S.C. — New or returning students planning to attend Northeastern Technical College this fall should apply by June 30 to receive the benefits of early registration. Applying early qualifies new students… Read more »

Stoops: Today, NC’s Common Core turns 5

Stoops: Today, NC’s Common Core turns 5

On June 3, 2010, the North Carolina State Board of Education voted unanimously to adopt the Common Core State Standards and to become a governing member of one of the… Read more »

Chriscoe dual-enrolled in School of Science and Math

Chriscoe dual-enrolled in School of Science and Math

HAMLET — Amanda Chriscoe, a rising junior at Richmond Senior High School, will be dual-enrolled at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics in Durham. Chriscoe was recognized for her… Read more »

Honeycutt headed to ECU for Summer Ventures

Honeycutt headed to ECU for Summer Ventures

Staff report HAMLET — Dakota Honeycutt will represent Richmond County Schools in the 2015 Summer Ventures program at East Carolina University in Greenville. Honeycutt, who was first recognized on May… Read more »

Davis, Mabe recognized for Transportation Dept. performance

Davis, Mabe recognized for Transportation Dept. performance

HAMLET — Corey Davis and Kevin Mabe, representing the Richmond County Schools Transportation Department, were recognized at Tuesday night’s monthly public meeting of the Richmond County Board of Education for… Read more »

Washington Street pre-K students celebrate

Washington Street pre-K students celebrate

ROCKINGHAM — Teachers Cathy Wright and Lauren Gaddy​ love their job and their children. They celebrated today by sharing with families all that their children have learned this year. From… Read more »

RCC tightens entry into practical nursing program

RCC tightens entry into practical nursing program

  By Wylie Bell Richmond Community College HAMLET — In an effort toward continuous improvement, Richmond Community College revealed a more streamlined and succinct Mission Statement and new admission criteria… Read more »

Ducks still available for Sunday derby

Ducks still available for Sunday derby

* 2014 PDP derby coverage ROCKINGHAM — The second annual Hitchcock Creek Duck Derby to benefit Sandhills Children’s Center is Sunday at Hitchcock Creek Park on Steele Street in Rockingham…. Read more »

Waddell named Early College principal

Waddell named Early College principal

Will replace outgoing Chapman By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com HAMLET — Members of the Richmond County Board of Education approved a personnel report Tuesday night that creates 27 new vacancies in… Read more »

Greene signs to run track, play corner at Methodist

Greene signs to run track, play corner at Methodist

  By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com ROCKINGHAM — Erran Greene wasn’t sure he’d ever be good enough to play college football. Lucky for him, defensive back coach Eric Gould thought otherwise…. Read more »

Stafford finds path, plan at RCC

Stafford finds path, plan at RCC

  By Wylie Bell Richmond Community College HAMLET —When Hailey Stafford walked across the stage during Richmond Community College’s graduation ceremony in May, she had a clear plan of what… Read more »

Spradlin: On the road with the Rockets band

Spradlin: On the road with the Rockets band

It was an assignment, but not the kind that requires a notebook, pen and the ever-present Canon Rebel T5i. After spending Saturday at Carowinds amusement park in Charlotte with several… Read more »

NC State hosts higher education economic development summit

NC State hosts higher education economic development summit

RALEIGH — NC State University will host a national summit of research, higher education and economic development leaders May 31 to June 3 as the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities… Read more »

Homeschoolers gain insight into Early College option

Homeschoolers gain insight into Early College option

  By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com ROBERDEL — Christy Mabe might have the easiest job in the world. She works with high school students in Richmond County to tell them about… Read more »

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