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Don’t miss a beat: New implant device gives heart patients hope

By Brad Dountz and Charlie Drape news@salisburypost.com CHINA GROVE — A single heartbeat can mean the difference between ...

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Rowan Chamber of Commerce will hold a briefing on trip to Croatia planned for October

SALISBURY — Next stop: Croatia The Rowan Chamber of Commerce will conduct a Croatia trip briefing on Monday, ...

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Gold Hill’s Fulk new leader of Working Lands Trust in Raleigh

RALEIGH — Working Lands Trust (WLT) has selected Michael “Mikey” Fulk as its new executive director. WLT began ...

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Deadline for agencies to apply for emergency food, shelter program assistance is Feb. 17

SALISBURY — Rowan County has been awarded federal funds made available through the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)/Federal ...

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Community Appearance Commission gives update on post office cleanup efforts

SALISBURY — During the Salisbury Community Appearance Commission meeting on Wednesday afternoon, group members discussed the condition of ...

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Spencer among communities selected for state outdoor recreation funds

Spencer and Cabarrus County are among 34 communities selected for Creating Outdoor Recreation Economies (CORE) Program funds. The ...

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High school basketball: Goodletts are double trouble for North’s opponents

By Mike London mike.london@salisburypost.com SPENCER— North Rowan’s basketball-playing Goodlett twins came into the world on Dec. 15, 2005. ...

Opinion

Roger Barbee: A product for children?

By Roger Barbee The photograph in our North Carolina newspaper was above the fold. It showed two well ...

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Black History Month observances at Moore’s Chapel AME Zion Church

SALISBURY —  Moore’s Chapel AME Zion Church will celebrate Black History Month during February and the public is ...

Education

Pastor Jamal Bryant to deliver Livingstone College Founder’s Day message Feb. 10

Livingstone News Service SALISBURY – Civil right activist and pastor Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant is the keynote speaker ...

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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the editor: Feb. 2

Restorative justice needed more than SROs After reading an article I found online titled “Students Need Emotional and ...

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Salisbury-Rowan AARP installs new officers

The Salisbury-Rowan AARP Chapter No. 4314 installed officers for 2023 at the chapter’s January meeting. The new officers ...

Education

ShoutOuts Feb. 2

Collegiate honors Thaddaeus Lankford of Granite Quarry was named to the dean’s list at Freed-Hardeman University. He is ...

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Education Roundup: Arts Alive at Carson

CHINA GROVE — Arts department students from Jesse C. Carson High School demonstrated their passion for their studies ...

Opinion

Mike Walden: Has there been good news on income inequality?

By Mike Walden Decades from now, people who lived through the pandemic will remember it as a horrible ...

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Women’s hope, fear, horror on center stage for ‘Mythos’ at Catawba

SALISBURY — The Catawba College Theatre Arts Department and the Blue Masque are bringing senior Michelle Medina Villalon’s ...

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Warren announces applications for Golden LEAF scholarships

Rep. Harry Warren has announced students from Rowan County can apply for Golden LEAF scholarships. Each year, the ...

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Haas Foundation provides grant to support RCCC students in manufacturing, engineering

SALISBURY — The Gene Haas Foundation has awarded Rowan-Cabarrus Community College a grant of $12,000 to assist students ...

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North Carolina Senate again seeking LGBTQ limits in schools

By Hannah Schoenbaum Associated Press/Report for America RALEIGH — A bill advancing in North Carolina’s Senate would prohibit ...

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NC State roars past Florida State 94-66; Heels fall to Pitt

RALEIGH  (AP) —  Terquavion Smith scored 32 points, North Carolina State dominated from the start, and the Wolfpack ...