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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 ...

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Bill Lawhon

Stanly commissioners discuss possible changes to board’s election cycle

At a work session prior to its last meeting, Stanly County commissioners discussed the board’s election cycle. Commissioner ...

Dean Ridings

DEAN RIDINGS COLUMN: Fund local journalism to help communities

A portion of the Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA) was included in the recent Build Back Better bill ...

Badin

PEEKING INTO THE PAST – Badin Supply Company

During the early 1900s, Gilmer Brothers was a chain of sample stores based in Winston-Salem. In late 1916, ...

Albemarle

Albemarle Police Reports – Nov. 23-28, 2021

Albemarle Police Department reports the following activity: Rickey Gramling, 61, was arrested for felony obtaining property by false ...

Stanly County Sheriff's Office

Stanly County Sheriff’s Reports – Nov. 23-29, 2021

Stanly County Sheriff’s Office reports the following activity: Mark Anthony Taylor, 42, was arrested for felony larceny at ...

Monarch

Monarch seeks volunteers

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

band

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 ...

author

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 ...