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Council has planning session on next steps for the renaming of West Badin streets

The topic of changing street names in the West Badin community took center stage during a Badin council ...

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Stanly County Sheriff’s Reports – June 22-27, 2022

Stanly County Sheriff’s Office reports the following activity: • Charles Anthony Hinson (W /M/58) Arrest on chrg of 1) ...

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New London VFD, Safe Kids Stanly County raise cycling awareness with bike rodeo

The New London Volunteer Fire Department recently teamed up with Safe Kids Stanly County to host a bike ...

Catawba College

Students named to Catawba dean’s list

A total of 305 students have been named to the dean’s list for the spring 2022 semester at ...

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Stanly Arts Guild announces scholarship, honorarium winners

The Stanly Arts Guild has announced the winner of the Patricia Blake Hartley Art Scholarship for the 2021-2022 ...

Lantern Sushi

Lantern Sushi, Norwood’s new Asian restaurant, set to open Friday

After many months getting prepared, Rick DeRhodes’ dream of opening his own sushi restaurant in downtown Norwood is ...

Albemarle Police

Albemarle Police Reports – June 21-27, 2022

Albemarle Police Department reports the following activity: • Derek Ryan Talbert (W M, 33) Arrest on chrg of Att ...

Stanly Community College

Students benefit from being Bulldogs, becoming Eagles

There are many benefits to learning and practicing life skills as a high school student. For example, being ...

Badin

West Badin residents want street names linked to Confederacy renamed

A group of concerned West Badin citizens have been busy mobilizing to try and get the town council ...

Letters to the Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Four-way stop will not help any

As a concerned resident of Stanly County, I’m concerned about the four-way stop being installed on Highway 73/Millingport ...

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Letters to the Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Freedom is gone

How ironic. The overturning of my and all women’s 50-year Constitutional right to make personal health decisions follows ...

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Oakboro police chief clears probationary period

After accusations arose months ago about his alleged involvement with a possible fake COVID vaccination clinic, Oakboro Police ...

Clerk of Court

Fisher, former highway patrolman and clerk of court, dies

David Fisher, one of the longest-serving clerks of court in Stanly’s history, died Friday at the age of ...

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Albemarle announces downtown catalyst grants

The City of Albemarle Downtown Catalyst Grant Committee has approved its first round of grant recipients totaling $86,850. ...

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Candidate filing for nonpartisan municipal elections begins Friday

Filing to run for nonpartisan municipal offices across the county in the general election is only a few ...

Endy Elementary school

Parent fights back against truancy

One of the biggest ways the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted students over the past several years has been ...

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Coats to perform at Market Station

Austin Coats will play at at Market Station Thursday for the Thursdays at the Station concert series. The ...

Chairmen of the Board

Stanly Community College will cap 50th anniversary celebration with Summer Sizzle

Stanly Community College has been celebrating its golden anniversary for almost a year now, but it is the ...

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Birth Announcements – May 2022

The following births were recorded in Stanly County in May: • Chloe Valentina Barcenas was born May 13 ...

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Student named to College of Charleston dean’s list

Ella Moore of Locust was named to the College of Charleston spring 2022 dean’s list. Moore is majoring ...