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Red Cross announces blood drives
American Red Cross announces the following blood drives:
Festival attracts wine lovers near and far
Wine lovers walked away with bottles of old favorites and new blends from the Winter Wine Festival in Albemarle Saturday.
This Weekend in Stanly County March 1
This is a quiet time, a winter’s lull in the round of events that make up a Stanly County weekend. It’s a good time to explore the small friendly communities that are scattered among the farms and forests of the county.
SRMC to present colon forum
Stanly Regional Medical Center will have a forum lunch at 12 p.m. Feb. 26 in the Magnolia Room A.
This Weekend in Stanly County February 22
From a dance competition to a circuit shooting event, and from a wine festival to an evening with the arts, there’s something for every taste here in Stanly County this weekend.
This Weekend in Stanly County February 15
Got candy? Got flowers? Romance is in the air and Valentine’s Day is upon us. Legends abound about this most romantic of holidays, but although its true origins are lost in the mists of time, it is looked forward to and celebrated in many countries throughout the world.
‘I will break you,’ said the student to the board
There are many types of clinics: academic, health or work. What about a board breaking clinic?
Albemarle TaeKwonDo hosted a board breaking clinic Feb. 1 for its students.
This Weekend in Stanly County February 8
The groundhog didn’t see his shadow so we can look forward to an early spring. Did we get that right? Or was it the other way around?
Library, museum will host Civil War exhibit
Since the beginning of the Civil War (1861-1865) 150 years have passed, but its widespread impact and defining characteristics remain vivid.
G-Star Autos opens in Norwood
Owner Jerry Huneycutt has been in the auto business since 1978, having made his start at Confederate Motors. Since that time he has worked in other states while his family remained in Stanly County.
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