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Who scored, who tackled and who won the game?

Here are stat summaries from this week’s Cumberland County Schools football games as submitted by the coaches: Gray’s Creek 47, Red Springs 19 Gray’s Creek Javon …

The return of Librari-Con

In 2007, Cumberland County Public Library hosted its first Librari-Con, a mini-convention celebrating anime, comic books and science fiction. The library was one of the first in the country to present an anime mini-convention.

Old North Carolina policies, patterns keep hold on some seniors

Enduring threads of North Carolina’s past — such as bygone industries and separate public schools for whites, Blacks and Native Americans — still affect older state residents, as harmful holdovers and even, in some cases, as positive forces

Week 1 football picks were a 5-3 win; here’s hoping to build on that lead in Week 2

I always cringe as scores come in on the first night of high school football season and I’m keeping a record of my initial picks. That first week is always the toughest. You’re going on expectation, anticipation and team history when making decisions.

Players of the Week: Christian Rutledge, Taylor Baggett

Here are my picks for Cumberland County’s high school Athletes of the Week: Christian Rutledge, South View, football Taylor Baggett, Gray’s Creek, volleyball Rutledge carried the ball 21 times for 178 yards and …

Veteran coach still in the game helping young athletes build character

If Doug Caudill has a coach’s shirt in his closet for every school he’s coached, opening the door is like looking at a rainbow. This year marks the 50th that the veteran coach is pursuing his favorite job of working with a football team.

A contractor for the N.C. Department of Transportation will close a section of U.S. 421 in Randolph County this week for repair work.

A first look at design for new Crown Event Center

Cumberland County officials and representatives of EwingCole, a national architectural design firm, revealed the design schematics for the proposed Crown Event Center, a theater and entertainment facility planned for downtown Fayetteville, at Monday’s meeting of the county commissioners.

Commissioners hear updates on COVID-19, Crown Event Center, county fair

The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners met Monday. Here’s a summary of what transpired.

The Cumberland County Department of Public Health is partnering with the public school system to hold evening clinics for back-to-school and COVID-19 immunization clinics for schoolchildren and teenagers in grades kindergarten through 12.

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