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Thursday business briefs 4-17

Conservation assistance funds availableASHEBORO — In August, the Randolph Soil and Water Conservation District will receive its annual cost share allocation from the state for non-point source pollution control from non-agricultural activities. The funds ... [Published Courier Tribune - 8 hours ago]
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RCC expanding opportunities

ASHEBORO — Randolph Community College is continuing to reach out to serve the community by opening a Randleman Center and working with business and industry to close the skills gap for today’s jobs in Randolph County.Community leaders were updated Tuesday ... [Published Courier Tribune - 13 hours ago]
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Thursday Law Log 4-17

Randolph SheriffOn April 11, Erika Suzanne Spark Hunsucker reported a theft on her property at Union Grove Church Road, Seagrove. Taken were a Honda four-wheeler valued at $5,000, a John Deere tractor valued at $9,000, a .357 gun valued at $550, a Mossberg ... [Published Courier Tribune - 16 hours ago]
Entities: Assault, Opium, Jesse Stuart
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Election preview Randolph County commissioners, Republicans

ASHEBORO — Randolph County Commissioner Harold Holmes announced in 2013 that he would not seek another term as the representative for District 3 in Randolph County. That opened the door for several Republican newcomers to run for the seat.Among those ... [Published Courier Tribune - 16 hours ago]
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Almost done

Workers have been applying finishing touches, including paving a front parking lot on Monday, on a 6,672-square-foot expansion to Ash-Rand Rescue and EMS headquarters at 805 S. Cox St. in Asheboro. The facility was built in 1969. ‘I think they were out ... [Published Courier Tribune - 17 hours ago]
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Dancing with Randolph Stars online voting begins

ASHEBORO — Voting for the Randolph Community College Foundation’s Dancing with the Randolph Stars 2014 is under way and will remain open until noon on Thursday, May 29.The public may vote for one or more of the 18 couples, who will be performing at this ... [Published Courier Tribune - 17 hours ago]
Entities: AVS, Donations
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N.C. National Forests to increase fees

ASHEVILLE — The U.S. Forest Service is changing the fees at seven North Carolina recreation sites in national forests for the 2014 season.The fee changes will take effect May 7.* At Uwharrie National Forest, the Arrowhead Campground nightly camping fees ... [Published Courier Tribune - 17 hours ago]
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Santosha hosts program for women

ASHEBORO — Santosha Yoga will host an event for women on Saturday, May 10, from 1-3 p.m.Women are invited to come with their mom, daughter or friend to enjoy a spring celebration of life. Destress, detox, declutter and enjoy what is revealed. There will ... [Published Courier Tribune - 17 hours ago]
Entities: Farmers' market
First reported 19 hours ago - Updated 19 hours ago - 1 reports

Montgomery board make third-grade reading proposal

TROY — Deidra Steed, director of Elementary Education/AIG, presented a Read to Achieve Update and Proposal to the Montgomery County Board of Education at the regular meeting on April 7.Read to Achieve is the program where third-grade students must demonstrate ... [Published Courier Tribune - 19 hours ago]
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Star Elementary students adopt anti-bulling initiative

TROY — Star Elementary has accepted “Rachel’s Challenge,” an anti-bullying initiative that has helped Star students to focus on respect by creating a chain of kindness.The challenge was named for Rachel Scott, who was among the students killed at Columbine ... [Published Courier Tribune - 19 hours ago]
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An inspiring testimonial to Cooperative Extension

Last Thursday, N.C. Cooperative Extension had the great joy of celebrating the Centennial of Extension during our annual “Report to the People.” We met at the Harvest House in Ramseur and shared an evening of stories, pictures, food, fellowship and memories ... [Published Courier Tribune - 23 hours ago]
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Wednesday Law Log 4-16

Randolph SheriffOn April 8, Teresa Lynn Parker and Phillip L. Varner reported a larceny at their residence and from their vehicle parked on New Hope Church Road, Asheboro. The items taken included a purse valued at $15, an N.C. identification valued at ... [Published Courier Tribune - 23 hours ago]

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