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Miners add 57 to National Honor Society roster

Miners add 57 to National Honor Society roster

  By Kevin Spradlin Potomac Valley Herald FROSTBURG — Toss aside the negative, Master Rick Rando suggested. The guest speaker for the ninth induction ceremony for the Mountain Ridge High… Read more »

Spradlin: Mayor vows to clean up snow ordinance

Spradlin: Mayor vows to clean up snow ordinance

I’m new to living in the city of Frostburg. I attended my first public meeting on Monday night to bring up a gripe — and was thankful the mayor and… Read more »

City moves forward with chicken ordinance

City moves forward with chicken ordinance

More than 6 in 10 respondents say hens should be allowed By Kevin Spradlin Potomac Valley Herald * Survey results FROSTBURG — More than 60 percent of people who responded… Read more »

Cardiac Cards earn 99th win in 9-inning thriller

Cardiac Cards earn 99th win in 9-inning thriller

What it was like to wear red in a sea of black and gold By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Video: ‘Let’s go Pedro!’ Alvarez flies out with bases loaded *… Read more »

Offstein holds off Buckbee in XC clash

Offstein holds off Buckbee in XC clash

Horner leads wire to wire Northern girls, Fort Hill boys claim team titles By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Photos – more than 1,700 images * Results * Interstate Classic coverage… Read more »

Play, hard work key themes to Labor Day Parade

Play, hard work key themes to Labor Day Parade

  By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Photo gallery – more than 800 images MOUNT SAVAGE, Md. — Members of youth sports teams, 4-H clubs, the Frostburg Dance Academy and many… Read more »

Runners size up foes at Interstate Classic

Runners size up foes at Interstate Classic

Merritt, Lindsay win Small School division races Boonsboro boys, Smithsburg girls top team standings By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Photo gallery – more than 1,200 images * Results: * Large School… Read more »

Amtrak passengers can now ‘ride and read’

Amtrak passengers can now ‘ride and read’

By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com HAMLET — According to Amtrak.com, passengers getting on or off a train in Hamlet can look forward to Wi-Fi connection at the Hamlet Depot, and no  ATM. But they can… Read more »

Mike Rowe reaches 144 mph at Dragway

Mike Rowe reaches 144 mph at Dragway

CNN’s “Somebody’s Gotta Do It” films segment in Rockingham ROCKINGHAM — Mike Rowe gets around and the TV host, writer, actor, pitchman, spokesperson and star of the Discovery Channel’s “Dirty… Read more »

Students bring 3D tech to medical community

Students bring 3D tech to medical community

By Ashley-Michelle Thublin Richmond County Schools Related PDP coverage * June 2014: Grassroots tech camp features a lotta brainpower * July 2014: Summer of Kainotomia, part two ROCKINGHAM — For… Read more »

Leak Street kids visit PDP

Leak Street kids visit PDP

By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com ROCKINGHAM — Eighteen students with the Summer Food and Fun Program at Leak Street Education Cultural Center visited The Pee Dee Post on Wednesday morning in downtown Rockingham…. Read more »

Celebrate Dr. Coe’s birthday at Town Creek Indian Mound

Celebrate Dr. Coe’s birthday at Town Creek Indian Mound

MOUNT GILEAD — There’s a party at Town Creek Indian Mound thrown by the staff and everyone is invited. Come celebrate the birth of the “Godfather or North Carolina Archaeology,” Dr…. Read more »

Christian nonprofit seeks to open group home in Marston

Christian nonprofit seeks to open group home in Marston

Public hearing set for 7 p.m. July 14 By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com A Christian nonprofit organization based in Thomasville is seeking a conditional use permit to open a group home… Read more »

RCC’s dialysis tech program meeting demand

RCC’s dialysis tech program meeting demand

HAMLET — The stats for kidney disease are staggering: One in three American adults is currently at risk for developing kidney disease. Once the kidneys fail, dialysis or a kidney… Read more »

Gibson, Korean War vet, named ‘Ambassador for Peace’

Gibson, Korean War vet, named ‘Ambassador for Peace’

Special to The Pee Dee Post It has been 62 years since Calvin Gibson came home from the Korean War. Recently he received medals and a commendation from Korean officials… Read more »

The rockets red (and green, pink, orange and purple) glare

The rockets red (and green, pink, orange and purple) glare

  By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Ellerbe 4th goes to eggs, melons – 700 images * Flag flies during Firecracker distance runs ELLERBE — Fireworks aficionados descended upon the town of… Read more »

Ellerbe 4th goes to eggs, melons

Ellerbe 4th goes to eggs, melons

Fireworks in Ellerbe, Hamlet set to launch at about 9:30 p.m. By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Photo gallery – more than 700 images * June 29: Ellerbe, Hamlet to host… Read more »

Flag flies during Firecracker distance runs

Flag flies during Firecracker distance runs

By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * December 2014: Exercise, connection at center of new veterans group PINEHURST — Eighteen members of Team Red, White and Blue started out from Lewis Cannon Park… Read more »

Ledbetter Dam repairs highlight July 7 meeting

Ledbetter Dam repairs highlight July 7 meeting

Property owners on the hook for $2.7 million project By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com Previous coverage * July 18, 2014: Lake owners seek legislative lift * April 7, 2015: Dam repairs… Read more »

Boy, 10, dies in car crash

Boy, 10, dies in car crash

By Chuck Hubbard Wilkes Journal-Patriot A 10-year-old boy from Concord was killed in a rear-end collision late Wednesday morning on U.S. 421 Business in North Wilkesboro at the intersection with Brickyard… Read more »

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