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Spirit of Rowan

The Salisbury Post is proud to present what we expect to be one of our biggest and best editions of 2015. Spirit of Rowan will highlight the values and features that make Rowan County a wonderful place to live and a good place to do business. This is a caring, growing and learning community.
Spirit of Rowan will reflect that and it will become an annual collection of the newspaper’s and the community’s best work.
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The Four Focus Points of The Spirit of Rowan… 

Living:
the services and resources that enhance our quality of life.

Healthcare
Recreation
Arts and culture
Faith Groups
Celebrations
Natural resources

Learning:
the groups and institutions that make this a county of lifelong learners.

Public schools
Private schools
Preschools
Colleges
Libraries
Literacy Council

Working:
what makes our economic engine run?

Made in Rowan
Banks, Car Dealers & other Consumer Businesses
Farming
Construction
Retail shopping and restaurants
Transportation and technolog.

Helping:
ways people here help each other and honor special people.

Volunteerism
Public Servants
Organizations for all age groups
Human Services
Philanthropy
Veterans Organizations
Animal Protection


This Annual Special Edition will be a 32 page, 30lb. Bright White interior pages, with a glossy cover, 10” x 12”

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All ads are full color!

Ad sizes available are:

Back Page 9.5” X 11”

Inside Front Page 9.5” X 11”

Inside Back Page 9.5” X 11”

Double Truck 20” x 11”

Full Page 9.5” X 11”

Half Page  9.5” X 5.5”

Quarter Page  4.75” X 5.5”

Eighth Page  4.75” X 2.5”

Call your sales rep today to be included in this special edition! 704-633-8950

Education

RSS teachers adapting classrooms to the pandemic

Education

Shoutouts

Coronavirus

County launches paramedic program for those recovering COVID-19

Education

Cooper directs $95.6 million for students affected by COVID-19

Education

RCCC named school on the rise

Local

Conversations get started on planning for diversity mural, street painting

Education

Rowan-Salisbury Schools welcomes new teachers

Education

Study highlights need to improve food environments around NC’s HBCUs

Coronavirus

County reports new COVID-19 death outside of nursing home

Crime

Man robbed at gunpoint at South Main Street gas station

Business

Embracing the outdoors: downtown restaurants, coffee shops work to expand outdoor seating

Local

Spencer man killed after being knocked into ditch by vehicle on Old Concord Road

Local

Activists talk tear gas ban, renaming police officers, Confederate streets during mock council meeting

Local

Woman found dead in converted swimming pool

Crime

Pair face felony charges for utility trailer theft

News

NC lawmakers want Cooper to seek Trump’s extended benefits

Education

Catawba alumnus Jonathan Barbee throws hat in school board race

Crime

Blotter: August 12

Education

RSS to pay out $240,000 share of CARES Act funds to private schools

Local

Commissioners approve new bonuses to help recruit environmental health specialists

Coronavirus

30 people now positive at Autumn Care nursing home

Local

Greensboro man receives third-degree burns, fire trucks damaged during interstate collision

News

Biden selects California Sen. Kamala Harris as running mate

Business

Local produce packing company announces recall of citrus, potatoes