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Parsec Financial has awarded a $15,000 unrestricted grant to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC’s Sandhills Branch for its food distribution initiatives. In honor of Hunger Action Month, Parsec Financial announced $200,000 in Parsec Prize grants with $175,000 distributed to organization…

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In recognition of exciting developments in North Carolina’s golf industry, Gov. Roy Cooper declared Aug. 31 as “North Carolina Golf Day.” A number of golf industry officials, including several who traveled from Moore County, convened at the Governor’s Mansion for the official signing of a pr…

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The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) at North Carolina State University is looking for employers in rural areas, including Moore County, who may wish to hire CALS students for summer internships or after graduation.

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A homeless family needs more than a safe place to sleep. Achieving sustained independence means building up a sturdy safety net around the family to provide nourishment, job counseling, housing referrals, and transportation while they get “back on their feet.”

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Could it be Moore County’s own version of a baby boom? The county saw one of the largest percentage increases in the number of children in the state over the last decade, according to recently released U.S. Census data.

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A photo of the commanding general of the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, taken through a night vision scope, is the last image of American forces on the ground in Afghanistan. After 20 years of fighting, troops ended the U.S. mission in Kabul on Aug. 31.

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A second person has been arrested following the murder of a man at the intersection of Tarry Church Road and N.C. 24-27, northwest of Eagle Springs, earlier this month, the Moore County Sheriff’s Office announced.

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Local election officials have their work cut out for them with the pending retirement of Elections Director Glenda Clendenin, who has overseen every Moore County election for the past three decades.

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Blessed and cursed in equal measure, a turkey oak tree identified as one of the largest of its kind in the nation is slated for removal as part of a road widening project south of Aberdeen.