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April 7, 2014 |

Lynne Russell"Good afternoon, it's 13 degrees past four…"

These words launched Lynne Russell's career. The former CNN Headline News anchor resigned last year after 18 years with the network. Fans adored her engaging

April 7, 2014 |

Business was booming Wednesday at tables set aside in UNCP's University Center for students to create cards for U.S. troops serving in the Middle East.

"We have 75 cards, and we've only been open a little more than an hour," said student Scott Ammons, a member of UNCP's new Apha Phi Omega national service fraternity, which sponsored the project.

Kay Locklear, a senior social work major from Red Springs, was also helping out.

April 7, 2014 |

 Mike Clark

From left: Dr. Stan Knick and Mike Clark

April 7, 2014 |

It's official.

UNC Pembroke Chancellor Allen C. Meadors reported to the Board of Trustees Friday - for the third year in a row - that the university has broken all-time enrollment records.

In other action, the Board of Trustees officially named the Track and Soccer Complex for Charlotte philanthropist Irwin Belk and the track itself for Dick and Lenore Taylor of Lumberton.

April 7, 2014 |

University of North Carolina at Pembroke officials announced today that Charlotte philanthropist Irwin Belk has donated $250,000 to help construct an athletic complex on campus. The gift represents the largest cash gift in the history of the university.

On Friday at their 1 p.m. meeting, the UNCP Board of Trustees will officially name the Track and Soccer Complex for Mr. Belk. They are also expected to name the track itself the Dick and Lenore Taylor Track for the Lumberton, N.C., couple

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