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By Heather Smith, The Reidsville Review, N.C. Jul. 20--Take a moment to brush aside daily worry over cost, transportation or time, and most may find a world taken for granted. It is familiar to us, like the strings of a long-neglected instrument, if only we have time to revisit them.
By Heather Smith, The Reidsville Review, N.C. Jul. 16--"Do you expect this to run pretty late?" asked Lewis Johnson.
By Steve Lawson, The Reidsville Review, N.C. Jul. 1--For some contestants, auditioning in front of a camera Friday night at Madison's Brickyard Tavern was an unusual experience. For others, auditions had become almost routine.
By Miranda Baines, The Reidsville Review, N.C. Jun. 27--Dr. John Ferguson delivered the last baby at Annie Penn Hospital at 5:22 p.m. Wednesday. Chasity Abbott of Pelham gave birth to a 7-pound, 2-ounce baby girl, Tatiyana Chasity Abbott. "The delivery went great.
By Miranda Baines, The Reidsville Review, N.C. Jun. 27--Rain from Thursday evening's thunderstorm brought much-needed relief to Rockingham County. But the county will need far more than sporadic rainfall to get out of a severe drought. Experts say the dry weather is here to stay.
By Miranda Baines, The Reidsville Review, N.C. Jun. 19--Children of Eden The Theatre Guild of Rockingham County presents "Children of Eden," a musical loosely based on the biblical account of Genesis.
By Heather Smith, The Reidsville Review, N.C. Jun. 17--WENTWORTH -- Most Americans take for granted that a call to 911 will bring rescue workers to their aid in minutes, but fewer people are signing up for the job.
By The Reidsville Review, N.C. Jun. 17--The Rockingham County school board approved new principals and assistant principals for the 2008-09 academic school year at its meeting Monday evening. Retirements and vacancies created openings at nine schools in the Rockingham County district.
By The Reidsville Review, N.C. Jun. 15--Number of graduates 230 students graduated from Rockingham County High School at 9 a.m. Saturday in the school football stadium. What the speaker said Lee Johnson, master trooper for the N.C.
By Heather Smith, The Reidsville Review, N.C. Jun. 14--WENTWORTH -- With the hefty budget issue passed, the Rockingham County Board of Commissioners will discuss department issues during its meeting Monday.