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A Harnett County student was surprised Wednesday when she found out she was a national art contest winner and her artwork is now going on to Switzerland for the international competition. Cassidy … more
The month was October of 1984 and the Oct.18 edition of The Daily Record printed that the Coats Area Chamber of Commerce focused on the insurance and real estate firm of Kenneth W. Ennis. Kenneth … more
ASHEBORO — The North Carolina Zoo is bringing its summer camps program to you in a new, online format. In an effort to offer the summer camp experience during this challenging time, the zoo’s … more
Jimmy Capps, a Benson native who went on to entertain countless music fans with his skillful fingers on guitars, has died. The Grand Ole Opry confirmed his death on Tuesday. Capps was 81. He is … more
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation accepted the donation of more than 1,000 acres to Morrow Mountain State Park in Stanly County on May 14. The donation, which brings the … more
Due to the inclement weather forecast, the “Drive In Night” at the Coats Senior Center has been postponed until June 12, announced Site Manager Melody McGee. Get out for an evening of food and … more
The calendar displayed August 1984 and the news shared the first conviction of a sitting federal judge, Nevada’s chief U.S. District Judge Harry Claiborne, was convicted on tax evasion charges. … more
Get out for an evening of food and music, all served up in an outdoor setting, on Friday, May 29, at the Coats Senior Center. Billed as “Drive In Night,” you can either enjoy the entertainment … more
As summer of 1984 was approaching, information was announced that the discovery of a totally effective chicken pox vaccine was made public. The government had committed itself to $4.5 billion in loan … more
As I continue “sheltering in place,” (which sounds much more glamorous than it actually is), I started watching TV shows and movies that have been on my list forever. (I would have gladly waited … more
The coronavirus may have caused this year’s two-day 155th anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Bentonville to be canceled, but you can still hear some of the stories and learn some of the … more
Numbers were big in 1984. The largest single New York Stock Exchange transaction to date had taken place on June 21 as 10 million shares of Superior Oil sold for $423.8 million. Some 685,000 … more
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