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Cary High School's Art Club hosted an art exhibit featuring the work of fall semester art students and presented awards for the best of the bunch.Modified: 02/10/13 02:48:44 PM
The Wake Soil & Water Conservation District and Novozymes Nature's Green-Releaf Composting have named the winners of its "Water: The Cycle of Life" poster contest.Modified: 02/10/13 02:49:40 PM
The Davie Poplar Chapter of the N.C. Daughters of the American Revolution announced its Good Citizen Award winners for 2012-13.Modified: 02/10/13 02:49:08 PM
Jordan Hines of Benson started singing in church when she was 7 years old, "and I've been singing ever since," she said. She recently received an award aimed at encouraging her to continue.Modified: 02/10/13 02:50:18 PM
Sean Smith's two-minute video about trees is a finalist in Scotties' 'Trees Rock' contest. If he wins, his school would get $10,000 to plant trees and enact its campus master plan.Modified: 02/04/13 04:36:57 AM
Artwork by six students from Sycamore Creek Elementary in Raleigh was selected by the American Heart Association for a traveling exhibit called "HeARTwork."Modified: 02/04/13 04:36:57 AM
Seven girls from Girl Scout Troop 818 worked together to earn their Silver Awards, the second-highest achievement in Girl Scouting.Modified: 02/03/13 08:37:31 PM
The N.C. Literary and Historical Association honored Enloe High School’s literary magazine with a student publication award at its annual meeting.Modified: 02/04/13 04:36:57 AM
Some of the Panther Creek High School students who recently spent time reading to second graders at Mills Park Elementary admit they aren't voracious readers themselves. But they hoped to plant a seed with the youngsters that might bloom into a lifelong love of reading in them.Modified: 02/04/13 04:36:57 AM
Hannah DeMaioNewton of Raleigh received an honorable mention in Cricket League's July 2012 photography competition.Modified: 02/04/13 04:36:57 AM
Five Githens Middle School students earned medals in the Durham school’s Reflections contest for art and literature.Modified: 01/24/13 10:11:19 PM
Millbrook High School sophomore Joseph Kyle Williamson attended the presidential inauguration last week as part of his participation in the National Young Leaders Program.Modified: 01/25/13 03:59:10 PM
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