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Sandhills411 Let’s face it, if you’re in charge of hiring for your company, it’s a jungle out there. Finding good qualified individuals to hire can sometimes feel next to impossible. The truth is, your next great employee is out there. So what’s the “secret? Our brand new feature "Who's Hiring" is online! It's a new way to find your next great employee! 2019-08-17T13:18:18+0000
Sandhills411 The Cumberland County Fair is coming! 2 weeks from today the Cumberland County Fair kicks off at the Crown Complex. Make plans to come out for the rides, the fair food and some pretty fun theme nights that will be great for the whole family! Click the link for details!
Cumberland County Fair qoo.ly Event in Fayetteville, NC by Cumberland County Fair and Crown Complex on Friday, August 30 2019 with 575 people interested.
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Sandhills411 The U.S. Amateur will continue with 4 matches Friday starting at 2:30 p.m. at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club. TV coverage will start at 4 p.m. on FS1. 2019-08-16T15:43:03+0000
Sandhills411 This afternoon, Chief Bob Temme and Deputy Chief Nick Polidori met with the Principal and staff at the new McDeeds Creek Elementary School prior to its scheduled opening later this month. Chief Temme is the former Manager for the Center to Prevent School Violence for the State of North Carolina and will use this past subject matter experience to develop plans for the Southern Pines Police Department to supplement the Moore County Schools Police Department in providing a safe and secure learning environment for all. Thank you to Principal Molly Capts and all the teachers and staff that welcomed Chief Temme and Deputy Chief Polidori today, as we value our relationship with our schools which are “crown jewels" in our community. 2019-08-16T13:56:32+0000
Sandhills411 “Sheriff Fields urges citizens to be vigilant in the protection of their own pets in this area of the county," said the statement. “If anyone sees any animals that exhibit suspicious behavior in the Westmoore area, please contact Moore County Sheriff's Office Animal Services at (910) 947-2858." 2019-08-16T13:47:19+0000
Sandhills411 Sheriff Ronnie Fields announces a panleukopenia outbreak at the Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Shelter. Feline panleukopenia virus (FPV, pan-loo-ko-peeneea), also commonly referred to as feline distemper, is a highly contagious and life-threatening viral disease in the cat population. This panleukopenia virus affects the rapidly dividing blood cells in the body, primarily the cells in the intestinal tract, bone marrow and skin. Symptoms are as follows: Vomiting, Diarrhea/bloody diarrhea, Dehydration, Weight loss, High fever, Anemia (due to lowered red blood cells), Rough hair coat, Complete loss of interest in food, Hiding, Neurological symptoms (e.g., lack of coordination) (ref. PetMD) Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services, in consultation with our veterinarian, have determined that we cannot accept any cats at intake until August 26, 2019. This will give the staff enough time to decontaminate the housing area as well as cages, instruments, and other assorted materials. Because of this outbreak, some cats will have to be euthanized. Staff has been contacting all adopters of cats from this past week to inform them of the outbreak. The “Clear the Shelter” event scheduled for this weekend will still take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, August 17, 2019. There will be both dogs and cats available. If you have any questions regarding this panleukopenia outbreak, please contact Moore County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services at (910)947-2858. 2019-08-15T20:58:19+0000
Sandhills411 “I'm pushing myself outside my comfort zone," said West Pine Elementary School Teacher Mariah Morris. “I'm doing it for our schools, our teachers, our students of North Carolina to help inspire them to make the jump to fully fund our schools." 2019-08-15T20:35:04+0000
Sandhills411 On August 13, 2019, Officer Brett Kellam was officially welcomed to the Southern Pines Police Department and community by taking his Oath of Office administered by Mayor David McNeill. Officer Kellam has joined a professional accredited law enforcement agency who has been recognized for law enforcement excellence by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Under the leadership of Chief Bob Temme, the Southern Pines Police Department recognizes that effective recruitment and selection policies result in a lower rate or personnel turnover, fewer disciplinary actions, higher morale, better community relations and more efficient and effective services. Following a structured recruitment plan, hiring process and comprehensive background investigation, Officer Kellam displayed all the important traits and characteristics to excel in his chosen profession. Congratulations Officer Kellam, and welcome to the Southern Pines family! 2019-08-14T20:48:20+0000
Sandhills411 On August 13, 2019, Officer Brett Kellam was officially welcomed to the Southern Pines Police Department and our community by taking his Oath of Office administered by Mayor David McNeill. Officer Kellam has joined a professional accredited law enforcement agency who has been recognized for law enforcement excellence by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Under the leadership of Chief Bob Temme, the Southern Pines Police Department recognizes that effective recruitment and selection policies result in a lower rate or personnel turnover, fewer disciplinary actions, higher morale, better community relations and more efficient and effective services. Following a structured recruitment plan, hiring process and comprehensive background investigation, Officer Kellam displayed all the important traits and characteristics to excel in his chosen profession. Congratulations Officer Kellam, and welcome to the Southern Pines family! 2019-08-14T20:24:18+0000
Sandhills411 The Town of Robbins is encouraging residents to conserve water usage due to Tuesday evening thunderstorms damaging a Montgomery County water pump, who supplies water to the town. 2019-08-14T20:14:33+0000

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