Boomer, Senior, Family Caregiver and Veteran events for the week of Sept. 17-23:
During The Temple Theatre's production of "Oklahoma!," which kicks off its 31st season, another form of art will be displayed in the venue offstage.
I’m betting the name of these cookies has you a bit stumped. I feel an explanation is necessary here: I had baked these ultra-rich, chock-full-of-chocolate cookies and couldn’t for the life of me think of what to name them.
The new Miss America won her crown after singing a Pharrell Williams song while playing with a red plastic cup, a performance she says was inspired by a similar scene in a move.
The Letts, who settled in the upper Cape Fear River, were involved with bringing electricity to the area, according to Vernie Lett Womack, author of “A History of the Lett Family of the Upper Cape Fear River,” published in 1985.
For more than sixty years I have had the greatest job in the world. My title: Ambassador of the King of Kings.
“So the Lord stirred up the spirit of … all the remnant of the people and they came and worked on the house of the Lord.” Haggai 1:14
North Carolina Wesleyan College and Central Carolina Community College are making four-year college degrees more accessible to people in CCCC’s service area of Chatham, Harnett and Lee counties, thanks to a new Memorandum of Understanding between the two institutions.
Oh, what a beautiful evening! It sure sped by, but it was so very entertaining. Peggy Taphorn just pulls a hit out of fancier hats each time the curtain rises on a new play. This season opener — “Oklahoma!” — proves her dedication to the Temple and her ability to attract the finest actors to our town.
Having been judged on their attractiveness, communication of theme, creativity and educational value earlier this week, the best of the educational booths at the Lee County Regional Fair have been decided.
ASBURY UNITED METHODIST
Sunday: All residents of Asbury community are invited to participate in a neighborhood softball game at 1:30 p.m. and a hot dog supper at 4:30 p.m. Lawn chairs and softball gloves are suggested. Address: 560 Wade Bright Road.
The Lee Regional Fair Tobacco Looping Contest was held Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Lions Club tobacco barn. Wesley Faw and Eddie Ray Thomas judged the competition.
Since it is that time of year again for the Lee County Regional Fair, I thought it would be interesting to explore the history of fairs in North Carolina. So we begin with the state agricultural fair that was held in Raleigh back in 1853.
Are you disappointed that fall is almost here and the brilliant flower colors of summer are beginning to fade?
Boomer, Senior, Family Caregiver and Veteran events for the week of Sept. 10-16:
I have a confession to make. We’re nearly a year into this food column experiment of mine, and I feel it’s time to tell you something important about myself.
Harnett County officials will show off the new and improved Harnett Regional Jetport next month when it hosts a fly-in to showcase and celebrate the county’s aviation history.
In 1739 a ship loaded with men, women and children from various countries came to this new land, America, via the Atlanta Ocean.
THE SANFORD ROTARY CLUB
Past President David Nestor opened the Aug. 26 meeting of The Sanford Rotary and called on Paul Horton to lead the Rotary Prayer.
Women with the condition called stress incontinence avoid exercise, travel less often, wear pads, fear laughing or sneezing in public, and sometimes wait a year or more to talk with their doctors
“Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget none of His benefits.” Psalm 103:2