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When Dr. John Hedgepeth came to Northwood Temple in 1968, it was only supposed to a two-year appointment by the local conference of...
Writers avoid using the word legend with great frequency in this business, and with good reason. Used too often, it cheapens the...
Robert Wilkie is officially the United States secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs. He took the oath of office during a...
Jane Fonda said she’s still confronted by Vietnam War veterans over her 1970s anti-war activism and welcomes the encounters. Such...
I originally planned on doing this paper on the admissions presentation at ECU that I attended with my daughter a week or so ago...
A Fayetteville Observer article by Paul Woolverton headlined “Wright critical of stadium worker numbers” troubled me. It reported,...
After a brief and not very interesting or successful teenage babysitting career, my earliest jobs were in our family’s radio...
Hope Mills elected officials cannot seem to get over their personal and political bickering long enough to do their job of serving...
Take a moment and imagine life without the sense of sight. You would have to put your faith and trust in others and learn independent...
The BSN Sports Cumberland County Schools Football Jamboree is back for 2018 with a title sponsor and hopes of getting even bigger in...
If you have lived in Fayetteville for any amount of time, you have probably been stuck in traffic while hundreds of motorcyclists jam...
Shaun Maher is retired from playing professional soccer in Europe, but he’s still sharing his knowledge of the game with younger...
The citizens in Hope Mills don’t just have a new dam and restored lake anymore. Now they’ve got a nationally-recognized one. Town...
Meetings For details about all meetings and activities, including location where not listed, call Town Clerk Jane Starling at...
Victoria Armstrong and Michelle Hurd have both spent the majority of their lives dancing and teaching others how to. They’ve brought...
In 1965, Terry Sanford left the governor’s office and moved down Fayetteville Street from the Capitol into law offices in the BB&T...
Relive your favorite day in elementary school as an adult. Cumberland County’s first annual Adult Field Day takes place Saturday,...
For 25 years, operating out of downtown Fayetteville, The CARE Clinic has provided free basic medical, dental and pharmacy services...
The Fayetteville Ladies Power Lunch is a quarterly event that brings local women together to inspire, educate and empower one...
A Minnesota congressman wants full details on what the military knows about extremist activity in its ranks, following news reports...
More than two dozen Robeson County people identifying themselves as members of the Tuscarora Indian Tribe face charges of operating...
Robert Wilkie, who grew up in Fayetteville the son of an injured Vietnam War combat veteran, is the new secretary of the Department...
“Can I speak to Mr. Locke?” During the quarter-century that I served as either president or vice president of the John Locke...
Recent world news events from Helsinki reminded me of Aunt Pitty Pat Hamilton’s great line in “Gone with the Wind” as the Northern...
I have long been interested in our nation’s first ladies, beginning when I checked out a book on Abigail “remember the ladies” Adams...

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