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For Black History Month, a tribute to Mecklenburg’s African American schools

Local hemp growers gain access to crop insurance

USDA-sponsored programs offered with strings attached

Job market gains steam despite uptick in unemployment


Comets downed by buzzer beater

Varsity boys fall in Piedmont District championship tilt; next up, regionals




Reverse order: Snow forecast after spring lull

Region could be in for up to 1-2 inches

‘So many great things to say about her life’

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Firefighters work though heavy billowing smoke to get at the fire that claimed the life of Carolyn Faulkner Edmondson on Tuesday. The home that belonged to the family for many generations was destroyed by the blaze. (Liza Fulton photo)
Tuesday fire claims community pillar, organizer, poetry lover

Son of a sharecropper, Luck keeps up pace beyond point of retirement

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‘Ruby’ tells story of school integration

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Gun backers celebrate rare win at Assembly

Senate committee tables assault rifle ban as other bills advance


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Glanzy and Jeanne Spain and Priscilla Walker show off the exhibit inside Boydton’s old Esso station that provides a glimpse of the history of West and East End High Schools, The Thyne Institute and Mecklenburg County Training School. Above, the photo diplay of the 1959 graduating class at West End High School. (Mike Moseley photo)
For Black History Month, a tribute to Mecklenburg’s African American schools

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