Sunday, May 15, 2022

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City makes plans for Family Fourth Celebration, Juneteenth

LUMBERTON — Plans for two summer celebrations in the City of Lumberton were discussed during City Council’s regular monthly meeting Wednesday at City Hall, with Council voting to proceed with the city’s Family Fourth Celebration and hearing a presentation on the planned Juneteenth celebration.

UNCP awards 1,077 degrees during Spring Commencement

PEMBROKE — Allyson Chavis has known since she was eight that she wanted to be a veterinarian after watching her great grandmother nurse an injured bird back to health.

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Big challenge with easy solultion

As the pesticide coordinator for Robeson County, I frequently receive questions about how to dispose of unwanted pesticide products.

Staff shortages hit law enforcement

LUMBERTON — Local law enforcement agencies are facing staffing shortages that add to the challenges of serving and protecting their communities.

Robeson Community College honors fallen law enforcement heroes

LUMBERTON – Robeson Community College in partnership with the Robeson County Executive Law Enforcement Officers’ Association paid tribute to law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty on Thursday in honor of National Police Week.

4 governing boards meet next week

LUMBERTON — Four governing boards meet next week.

UNCP’s Hok Nosai greek council rallies behind alumni’s family

PEMBROKE — What began as a nagging cough four months ago turned into devastating news for The University of North Carolina at Pembroke alumni James and Jessica Worriax and their 16-year-old son, Jacob.