These students were named to the fall 2021 Dean’s List at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, New Hampshire: SANFORD: Peter Aho, Andrew Black, Wendy Young, LaNasha McIver and Hailey Rios; SPRING LAKE: Jessica Brito; CAMERON: Tristan Medina and Nigel Cain; CARTHAGE: Austin King; …

These students were named to the Dean’s List for the fall term at the University of Maryland Global Campus, having completed six credits and maintained a 3.5 grade-point average. SANFORD: Danny Carter, Mark Loria, Juliana Mottley, Carleton Swartz, Diana Valente; CAMERON: Benjamin Barnes, Jor…

CARTHAGE — Moore County Schools recently announced the establishment of the Frick Technology Achievement Award to support students pursuing STEM-related career pathways.

A team of three Chatham Charter high school Spanish III students, Rebecca Brookshire, Silas Christenbury, and Lily Milholen, recently participated in the 7th Annual Learning through Languages High School Research Symposium.

Members of Lee County High School’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) did well in a recent evaluation event.

Since the Nov. 30 school shooting in Oxford, Michigan, that left four students dead and wounded seven others, school districts and law enforcement across the country have been dealing with threats on a daily basis.

The Moore County Board of Education has named Dr. Tim Locklair, the district’s chief officer for academic and student support services, as interim superintendent for Moore County Schools effective Feb. 1, 2022.

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Summer Faull of Carthage is among the freshmen enrolled this fall at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. Faull is seeking a B.S. in psychology.

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Children and adults can get a taste of the holiday season Thursday, Dec. 2, at the Cougar Express, a drive-thru event sponsored by the Central Carolina Community College Foundation.

Central Carolina Community College’s Healthcare Job Fair is scheduled from 2-4 p.m. Thursday at Dennis A. Wicker Civic and Conference Center.

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Central Carolina Community College a $2.13 million competitive grant to be dispersed over the next five years.