A group of 21 high school students recently attended the 2014 Mini-Medical School, organized by the Wake Area Health Education Center in partnership with Vance-Granville Community College.
Joshua Rouse, a student at Kittrell Job Corps Center, was recently chosen to receive a renewable $5,000 Fluor Foundation Job Corps Scholarship.
At one point or another, parents will feel and show favoritism for one particular child over the others.
When the clothes in the washing machine are unevenly balanced, the machine will shake, rattle and make all kinds of noise. When your automobile tires are severely out of balance, the steering wheel will shake, eventually wearing out the tire tread. As proper balancing is required in some things of life, in much the same way, we need balance in our spiritual lives to survive.
Judge J. Henry Banks Jr. of the 9th Judicial District of North Carolina (left) swears in L. Opie Frazier Jr. of Henderson for a four-year term on the Vance-Granville Community College Board of Trustees.
Desmera Gatewood has been assigned to the NAACP’s Vance County branch to assist with voter registration, NAACP membership, and youth, black and Latino voter participation as part of the association’s Moral Freedom Summer.
The nonprofit Remnant Community Development Corporation will host a back-to-school rally and giveaway Aug. 2.
Vance-Granville Community College will offer a new home care aide course beginning Aug. 25 at its Warren County campus.
Les Shelton (left), president of the Tar River Cruizers, presents a $1,000 check to Charles Boyd (right), Dawn Hedgepeth and Hershel to benefit the Ruin Creek Animal Protection Society.
Steve Compton will be at the Granville County Museum Harris Exhibit Hall at 10:30 a.m. July 30 to discuss pottery in North Carolina.