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Christopher Blair Lipscomb Jr. received a $2,000 college scholarship from Piedmont Electric for demonstrating academic excellence and commitment to the community. Lipscomb graduated from Person … more
A handful of Person County teachers recently received word that grant applications to Sonic Drive-In’s Limeades for Learning program have been accepted. Through the program, Sonic donated $1 … more
Mia Frenduto of Rougemont was named to the Academic Merit List for the spring 2020 semester at Randolph Community College. Curriculum students enrolled in between six and 12 credit hours for the … more
Lane Lisbeth Abercrombie, of Semora, was recently named to the University of Mississippi’s Spring 2020 honor roll lists. Abercrombie was named to the chancellor’s honor roll, which is reserved … more
Elizabeth P. Daniel and Catherine Elaine Daniel, both of Roxboro, have been named to the dean’s list at Mars Hill University for the spring, 2020 semester. They were among 382 students named to … more
Chi Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa held its May meeting at 5:30 p.m., May 12. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the organization held a video conference with President Anne Nelson presiding. New … more
Selena Thornton graduated from Piedmont Community College in 2006 with a degree in Human Services Technology, Social Services concentration. She also earned certificates in Business Administration … more
Person County’s prodigious Girl Scout cookie salesperson is at it again. Latrell Baker. of Roxboro, is the Person top seller for the 2020 Girl Scout Cookie program. Baker sold 1,597 boxes of … more
The parade of cars along Crestwood Drive Saturday morning, led by Roxboro Mayor Merilyn Newell, celebrated the 92nd birthday of longtime educator Rosalie Prince Gates. Gates, a recipient of the … more
Elizabeth Paige Daniels, of Roxboro was among 161 graduates at Mars Hill University this spring. Daniels earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. Although precautions around the COVID-19 … more
Clayton James Shaw, of Person County, was among the 100 students recognized recently by the staff and faculty at Central Carolina Community College during the school’s annual academic awards of … more
Person Memorial Hospital has joined the American Hospital Association and health care organizations around the country in celebrating National Hospital Week, which is observed May 10-15. Each … more
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