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THE LIBRARY LOOKOUT COLUMN: Wrapping up 2021

In the season for wrapping gifts, we thought we’d wrap up our year with an update of the ...

Commissioners

Stanly commissioners pass resolution against mandatory vaccines by 6-1 vote

The Stanly County Board of Commissioners took a stand Monday night regarding the vaccine mandate recently issued by ...

election

Many candidates sign up on first day of filing

Filing for local offices on Monday, the first day of filing, were: • county commissioner at-large: Republicans, incumbent ...

BBB

BBB Study: Online shopping scams flourish on social media during pandemic

A shift toward online shopping during COVID-19, global supply chain crisis, and a resurgent economy have all created ...

News

Montgomery County man dies in two-car collision

A Montgomery County resident was killed following a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of U.S. Highway 52 and ...

Dwayne Dietz

Chief says Dietz continues to go above and beyond in service to Locust

Police officers have extremely difficult jobs, as they regularly interact with dangerous individuals and often have to make ...

BREAKING NEWS

N.C. Court of Appeals issues order temporarily suspending filing for congressional, legislative offices

Though the filing period for political office began at noon Monday, due to an order issued by the ...

BREAKING NEWS

Individual killed in early morning crash

At approximately 7 a.m. Monday, a two-vehicle crash occurred resulting in one fatality, according to Albemarle Assistant Police ...

Chet Atkins

Musicians Jason Coleman and Meagan Taylor coming to Stanly for SCCA Christmas concert

To help usher in the holiday season, the Stanly County Concert Association is bringing two musicians to the ...

Hospice of Stanly & the Uwharrie

Hospice celebrates 40 years of care in Stanly, surrounding area

Dealing with sick family members is never easy and can often be fraught with challenges. It’s especially hard ...

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Bill Turner

BJ DRYE COLUMN: Thanks, Bill, for everything

Bill Turner is partially responsible for me being at The Stanly News & Press. When I wrote in inquiring about ...

News

Gray Stone sophomore cross-country runner sets a fast career pace

As a Salisbury resident who attends Gray Stone Day School, Emberleigh Pauley-Brown might fly under the radar when ...

Three Rivers Land Trust

Three Rivers Land Trust receives $9.7 million for 19 conservation projects

By Ben Stansell, The Salisbury Post Three Rivers Land Trust will protect 5,381 acres of natural land and ...

4-H

Stanly 4-H member attends National 4-H Congress

A delegation of 18 North Carolina 4-H youth and three adults representing 15 counties, including Stanly County, attended ...

Village at Locust Town Center

Reservations available for residential condominiums, part of Village at Locust Town Center development

Reservations are being accepted for residential condominiums in the heart of Locust Town Center that will be part ...

Juneberry

SCC Foundation’s clay shooting tournament raises scholarship funds

The Stanly Community College (SCC) Foundation held its inaugural Clay Shooting Tournament “Pull for Education” recently at Juneberry ...

COVID-19

Stanly County Schools sees declines in quarantines, cases

For the third consecutive week, Stanly County Schools reported a decrease in overall quarantines within the school system, ...

Atrium Health

Passaretti: Vaccinations key to combating rising flu, Covid cases

With the winter almost here, flu cases across the region have been on the rise while Covid cases, ...

Clerk of Superior Court

Huneycutt will not seek fifth term as clerk of court as filing period begins next week

After 15 years serving as Stanly County’s Clerk of Superior Court, Michael Huneycutt is not planning to run ...

John Hood

JOHN HOOD COLUMN: Racial preferences are ending soon

RALEIGH — The state of Washington has it. California has it. Michigan has it. Oklahoma has it. Nebraska ...