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Hoffman-Marston residents sue Richmond County and Oak Grove over continuing threat of military training site

HOFFMAN — Nine members of the Hoffman and Marston communities are suing Oak Grove Technologies, Richmond County, County Planning Director Tracey Parris and the town of Hoffman, due to the ongoing presence and actions of a military training center that has created numerous quality of life issues.

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Anson County Democrats vote for precinct chairs, delegates

WADESBORO — Anson County Democrats showed up in full force Saturday morning to vote for the chair, vice-chair and delegates who will attend a county convention on Dec. 3 to elect the next sheriff.

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L.J. Bell Elementary names honor roll

ROCKINGHAM — L.J. Bell Elementary has named their A and A/B Honor Roll for the first nine weeks of the 2022-23 academic year.

Ninth Grade Academy names honor roll

ROCKINGHAM — The Ninth Grade Academy has named their A and A/B Honor Roll for the first nine weeks.

County Crime Report: Nov. 23

Nov. 10

Celebrating our history

The 26th Annual Farmer’s Day Parade in Ellerbe on Saturday celebrated the rich, agricultural history of Richmond County.

Thanksgiving dinner offered on Safie Street

ROCKINGHAM — A local resident will be preparing a Thanksgiving dinner for the community, with an emphasis on the homeless population, on-duty police and healthcare personnel.

Fairview Heights names honor roll

The students pictured made the A Honor Roll at Fairview Heights Elementary for the first nine weeks.

United Methodists meet to approve disaffiliations

FAYETTEVILLE — Representatives from local United Methodist churches in eastern North Carolina met Saturday, Nov. 19, at Methodist University for a Special Called Annual Conference to receive requests and ratify disaffiliation for 249 churches. Bishop Leonard E. Fairley, the episcopal leader, presided over the conference.

Turkeys distributed in Dobbins Heights

DOBBINS HEIGHTS — Enviva partnered with Pastors Linda and Mordecai Ross of Faith Assembly Church, the Town of Dobbins Heights, and North Carolina Foodbank to give away turkeys and other food goods to members of the local community in a drive-thru event at the Dobbins Heights Community Center.

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