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Monarch seeks volunteers

Do you have a special talent or skill that you would like to teach to others? Monarch has ...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Bravo to the Pfeiffer Honor Band

Hats off to Pfeiffer University and Dr. Joseph Earp for bringing together 160 of our most talented high ...

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DG MARTIN COLUMN: North Carolinian wins coveted National Book Award

What’s the biggest news in our state’s literary circles? On Nov. 17, Jason Mott won the National Book ...

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Three people arrested following drug overdose death

Three people were arrested over the weekend following a drug overdose death in Albemarle, according to local authorities. ...

Charlie Brown

As part of new exhibit, Chance shares how Peanuts impacted his life

When it comes to Charles Schulz’s classic Peanuts comic strip, there is likely no greater authority on the ...

Annie Ruth Kelley

History Center opens SCC Through The Decades exhibit

In celebration of Stanly Community College’s year-long 50th anniversary, an exhibit featuring memorabilia from the college throughout the ...

Dr. Joseph Earp

Pfeiffer’s first fight song rings out at games

By Ken Keuffel Fans of Pfeiffer sports can now sing something of their own as they cheer on ...

News

Forest Service issues burn ban

Due to increased fire risk, the N.C. Forest Service has issued a ban on all open burning and ...

Mike Walden

MIKE WALDEN COLUMN: Can a wage-price spiral be avoided?

Who doesn’t like to be paid more? Maybe there are a few workers who are indifferent to their ...

Albemarle

Almond Christmas Tree Farm helps shepherd in the holiday season

When it comes to securing a quality Christmas tree for the holiday season, one of the go-to places ...

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Doug Creamer

DOUG CREAMER COLUMN: Why write?

I grew up in a home where my parents read. They both read the newspaper at breakfast. They ...

Richfield Town Council

Richfield Town Council names two new council members

At Monday’s meeting of the Richfield Town Council, the council accepted the resignation of one of its board ...

Albemarle

Albemarle modifies residency requirements to help with recruitment

To help bolster recruitment and attract a diverse talent base, the City of Albemarle recently modified its residency ...

Bill Turner

Friends remember Bill Turner, who worked 55 years at The SNAP

Newspaper people often say that once a person gets the ink in their blood, it is hard to ...

Chuck Todd

Stanly’s low vaccination rate featured on ‘Meet the Press’

Stanly County appeared on national television Sunday, when its low vaccination rate was brought up during a short ...

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Stanly sheriff releases statement on SBI investigation

Stanly County Sheriff Jeff Crisco issued a statement Monday regarding an SBI investigation looking into missing evidence within ...

Three Rivers Land Trust

REGIONAL: Three Rivers Land Trust conserves more for Uwharrie National Forest

Three Rivers Land Trust’s most recent project will make 8.08 more acres available to the public. Located in ...

First Lutheran Church

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Family is a blessing to community

Kudos to Chris Miller for his amazing article in Tuesday’s SNAP which shared the story of Xang Ly ...

Albemarle

Dentist, Pfeiffer alumna set to open new Albemarle facility

Carolina Dentistry and Dentures, which operates five locations across the state, will open its newest office in Albemarle. ...

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SBI investigates missing evidence at Stanly County Sheriff’s Office

The Stanly County Sheriff’s Office is being investigated by the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigations. In a ...