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Sandhills411 Senior Sarah McInnis was voted Homecoming Queen 2018.
Meet the O'Neal homecoming court - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly The O'Neal School presented its homecoming court 2018 on Thursday after the varsity basketball games. Senior Sarah McInnis was voted Homecoming Queen 2018.
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Sandhills411 The Town of Vass has announced Saturday's Christmas Parade has been resceduled for Dec. 22. "It is in the best interest for safety and security of spectators, participants, and volunteers that the Town of Vass Board of Commissioners has come to the difficult decision to reschedule our 2018 Christmas Parade. “We realize this is a disappointment for everyone involved; however, we would rather err on the side of caution than put anyone in harm. Multiple forecasts have called for heavy rain, and flash flooding. "At this time the parade has been rescheduled to December 22, 2018. Contact Mabel Walden, Town Clerk with any questions (910) 245-4676. "Parade staging will begin at 10:00 a.m. at Sandy Ramey Keith Park (3600 US 1 Hwy Bus.) The Parade will start at 11:00 a.m." 2018-12-14T23:48:01+0000
Sandhills411 The suspect is jailed under a $1 million bond.
Pinehurst man arrested for child pornography - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly A Pinehurst man is facing 28 charges after he was arrested Thursday. James Christopher Davis, 33, was jailed under a $1 million bond and has been charged
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Sandhills411 Now on our Health & Wellness page sponsored by Pinehurst Orthopedic Group, Aberdeen Physical Therapy, Utopia Spa, Flow Veganic Farm, and First Pioneer Insurance Agency.
Sandhills Emergency Physicians announces Nurse of the Year Award - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly Amanda Lee, R.N., (second from right, in blue) has been awarded the Nurse of the Year Award by Sandhills Emergency Physicians. Lee is an emergency room nurs
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Sandhills411 VASS 2018 CHRISTMAS PARADE RESCHEDULING NOTICE: It is in the best interest for safety and security of spectators, participants, and volunteers that the Town of Vass Board of Commissioners has come to the difficult decision to reschedule our 2018 Christmas Parade. “We realize this is a disappointment for everyone involved; however, we would rather err on the side of caution than put anyone in harm. Multiple forecasts have called for heavy rain, and flash flooding. At this time the parade has been rescheduled to December 22, 2018. Contact Mabel Walden, Town Clerk with any questions (910) 245-4676. • Parade staging will begin at 10:00 a.m. at Sandy Ramey Keith Park (3600 US 1 Hwy Bus, Vass, North Carolina 28394)
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Sandhills411 Almost four years ago, Village of Pinehurst Public Services Director Walt Morgan had a patriotic idea. Morgan, a veteran himself, envisioned lining Village streets with American flags to acknowledge various holidays and honor those who served. Morgan will be retiring at the end of the month.
How did those flags get started? - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly Almost four years ago, Village of Pinehurst Public Services Director Walt Morgan had a patriotic idea. Morgan, a veteran himself, envisioned lining Villag
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Moore County Schools Interested in joining our fantastic team of teachers and professional staff? Sign up for the 2019 Teacher Job Fair! Interviews are guaranteed for those who pre-register by February 15. Visit https://www.ncmcs.org/Page/9709 to learn more.
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Sandhills411 The Moore County Animal Services said the puppies are “going to rescue if not claimed by owner."
Rescued from abandoned building in Aberdeen - Sandhills Sentinel qoo.ly These puppies were brought into Moore County Animal Services as strays when they were found on December 12 from an abandoned building on Highway 15/501 in Aberd
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Sandhills411 PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 13, 2018 The Southern Pines Police Department Announces the Arrest of Shelton Verneil McKenzie for: Breaking and Entering to a Motor Vehicle (15 counts), Felony Larceny, Misdemeanor Larceny (8 counts), Larceny of a Firearm, Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon and Injury to Personal Property (3 counts) The Southern Pines Police Department announces the arrest of Shelton Verneil McKenzie, 49 years of age of Southern Pines, North Carolina for the following charges: Breaking and Entering to a Motor Vehicle (15 counts), Felony Larceny, Misdemeanor Larceny (8 counts), Larceny of a Firearm, Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon and Injury to Personal Property (3 counts). On September 24 and 25, 2018, members of the North Carolina National Guard were deployed to the North Carolina Coast during, and after Hurricane Florence to provide rescue and recovery assistance. The deployed guardsman parked their personal vehicles in the 500 block of West Morganton Road in Southern Pines, adjacent to the National Guard Armory. It was at this time, twelve of the parked vehicles were unlawfully damaged, or entered after a vehicle window was broken. Multiple items of value were stolen from these vehicles, including a firearm. Officers from the Southern Pines Police Department's Patrol and Investigation Division recovered blood evidence from these vehicles believed to have been left behind by the perpetrator. After a DNA analysis was conducted, a positive match was made identifying Shelton Verneil McKenzie as the suspect and arrest warrants were obtained. DNA analysis results were also obtained for comparable vehicle breaking and entering incidents (“Cold Cases") that occurred in 2007 and 2008 that identified Shelton Verneil McKenzie as the suspect. Additional arrest warrants were obtained for these cases as well. The Southern Pines Police Department has requested that the District Attorney's Office review these new charges with the consideration of further prosecution of Shelton Verneil McKenzie as a “Habitual Felon." Chief Bob Temme offered the following comments after the arrest of Shelton Verneil McKenzie: “With the implementation of an enhanced case management system by the Southern Pines Police Department, combined with the recent advances in DNA analysis, our ability to identify unknown offenders has significantly increased. This arrest is a direct reflection of these improvements." Shelton Verneil McKenzie appeared before a Moore County Magistrate and is being held at the Moore County Detention Center under an $85,000.00 secured bond pending a hearing in Moore County District Court. Contact: Captain Charles Campbell (910) 692-2732 2018-12-14T00:18:17+0000
Sandhills411 These threats all appear to be generated from the same source and at this time do not appear to be a credible threat. The emails are being generated from out of the United States.
Bomb threats emailed to Moore County government buildings qoo.ly Bomb threats are being sent across Moore County Thursday at various locations including government buildings. The threats are being sent through emails warning of incoming damage to the building unless a payment is sent by electronic currency. "These threats all appear to be generated from the same....
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