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Jasper earns Arrow of Light badge

Jasper earns Arrow of Light badge

Pack 90 Cubs celebrate with awards ceremony It was a very special night. After swimming lessons on June 28 for scouts at the East Rockingham Park pool, members of Pack 90… Read more »

R’ham All-Stars advance with 7-5 victory

R’ham All-Stars advance with 7-5 victory

Staff report PEMBROKE — The Rockingham Double A (coach-pitch) All-Star squad lived to see another day of the state tournament after earning two wins on Monday at the Pembroke Sports… Read more »

Lindsey files for Hamlet City Council

Lindsey files for Hamlet City Council

6 incumbents file for re-election in Rockingham, Hamlet, Dobbins Heights By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Filing period opens July 6 A 61-year-old retired air traffic controller will be running for… 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 »

This Day in NC History: Bo time began in 1977

This Day in NC History: Bo time began in 1977

On July 6, 1977, the first Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits restaurant opened in Charlotte. The quick service restaurant was founded by Jack Fulk and Richard Thomas. It was a walk-in location… Read more »

Police: Man’s report of assault, car theft not true

Police: Man’s report of assault, car theft not true

Staff report * June 23: WSOC-TV – Hamlet man beaten, car stolen A 33-year-old Hamlet man was arrested June 25 after filing a police report two days earlier. Richmond County sheriff’s… 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 »

Hudson: We are incredibly fortunate

Hudson: We are incredibly fortunate

I hope you had an enjoyable weekend with your families, friends and neighbors celebrating America’s independence. Whether you spent time enjoying a community barbecue, attending a patriotic parade, or taking… 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 »

Spradlin: On the fitness comeback trail

Spradlin: On the fitness comeback trail

I came home Thursday night after a 6-mile run and my wife asked me if it was getting any easier. That’s a difficult question to answer, but was posed at a… Read more »

Burns: Offering a salute to the people and ideals of America

Burns: Offering a salute to the people and ideals of America

I salute…the editor of a colonial newspaper who shut down his paper rather than pay the Stamp Act tax of 1765; his last edition proclaimed liberty as “the greatest blessing… Read more »

Pastor Hill: A father’s great need

Pastor Hill: A father’s great need

As fathers, we spend years teaching and training our children, preparing them for life and the family God will provide. One of our great desires is that they be happy… Read more »

Richardson: Pixar’s lesson for kids — and adults

Richardson: Pixar’s lesson for kids — and adults

Pixar’s latest flick holds some major life lessons for kids — and adults, too. Inside Out takes place inside the head of an 11-year-old girl, Riley, as she and her parents… 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 »

Traffic stop results in felony drug charges

Traffic stop results in felony drug charges

CARTHAGE — A Jackson Springs man was arrested June 30 during a narcotics investigation in the Pinebluff area. Moore County sheriff’s deputies conducted a traffic stop during which deputies found… Read more »

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