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Aberdeen Times UPDATE: Fatal Accident Victim Has Been Identified By Authorities... Article now updated

Aberdeen Times Vehicle Overturns In Thursday Night Southern Pines Wreck… now on the Accident & Fires feature section in AberdeenTimes.Com

Sandhills Sentinel Those with affected smoke alarms can register for replacements by calling 833-551-7739.
Sandhills Sentinel In addition to the eight deaths reported for the week ending March 17, officials say 15 people who died in previous weeks were determined to have had the flu. Of the total, 16 victims were aged 65 and older.
Sandhills Sentinel 2 Fort Bragg Soldiers Arrested in Fatal Shooting of a Man now on our Military Page at SandhillsSentinel.com.
Moore County Schools The Moore County Board of Education is asking the public to provide input on its proposed operating budget for FY 2019.

Comments will be collected through Friday, April 6, and will be presented to the Board of Education at its April Work Session on Monday, April 9. The Board of Education will vote on the final budget on April 16. Visit the link below to access the feedback form. Visit the Moore County Schools home page at www.ncmcs.org for more information on the details of the FY 2019 Operating Budget, and for videos of the presentation of the budget to the Board of Education.

Link to feedback form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfzHVTfQfiXrcZAZlQb0kbcA4WcKGaPbXypxBZ07a0CNKv1jg/viewform
Moore County Schools Congratulations to Moore County Schools’ 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year, West Pine Elementary’s Mariah Morris, Principal of the Year, Union Pines High School’s Andy McCormick, and Alternate Teacher of the Year, Robbins Elementary’s Kim Collazo!!!
Moore County Sheriff's Office Detective Sergeants Whitaker and Galloway discussed Moore County Sheriff's Office Fingerprinting and Forensic Tools to Cub Scout Den 7.
Moore County Sheriff's Office Moore County Sheriff Neil Godfrey Graduates Detention Officers from the Detention Officer Certification Course.

Detention Officers from Moore, Montgomery, Scotland and Hoke County attended and completed the five week course.

The North Carolina Detention Officer Certification Course (DOCC) is a State accredited program designed to prepare entry level individuals with the cognitive and physical skills to become certified detention officers. The course is comprised of twenty-two separate blocks of instruction. The Sheriff’s Commission mandated course, upon completion, will enable the graduate to be certified to work as a sworn detention officer in the State of North Carolina. This course is governed by the North Carolina Sheriffs' Education and Training Standards Commission. The North Carolina State Detention Officer Certification exam is administered on the last day of training.

In attendance for the graduation were Montgomery Sheriff Watkins, Robeson County Sheriff Kersey, families and friends.

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