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Disney's Peyton List is guest star at Kidtopia 2017 in Fayetteville

Kidtopia is a Fayetteville Observer event on May 6 with free ... 3 p.m. "We are excited about Peyton joining us at Kidtopia this year," said Robert J. Gruber, the Observer's publisher. "She is a true ... read more

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How the Morning Star evolved into the StarNews

Students such as Brinkley and a New Hanover High School baseball star named Bill McIlwain ... outsourced its printing to the Fayetteville Observer, ending local print operations after 141 years. read more

Many factors contributed to Star-News' outsourcing

The StarNews will still come out Tuesday; however, starting Monday night, its copies will come off the presses of The Fayetteville Observer, then be shipped back to the Wilmington area. “It’s the ... read more

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Business Observer for Sunday, Nov. 8

Each week, The Fayetteville Observer highlights workplace ... a retired educator. Recently named to the East Robeson Region Advisory Board of Lumbee Guaranty Bank were Gosnald "Butch" N. Floyd Jr., ... read more

Bertha Harris was culturally significant, critically acclaimed author from Fayetteville

She was a 1930 graduate of the former Fayetteville High School, according to The Fayetteville Observer archives ... short story writer Frances Grey Patton and author Robert Watson, published accounts ... read more

From the Fayetteville Observer Archives: Tragic story illustrates tumult after Civil War

Sheriff Robert ... the Fayetteville News. "Upstairs, a table had been placed in the southwest corner next to the stoves. Archie Beebe was sitting on the opposite side of it. Standing nearby were ... read more

Opinion Roundup: Early voting, NC prison employees, Amazon HQ2 and more

Thursday, April 19, 2018 -- A round up of opinion, commentary and analysis on: Gates for N.C. primary voting open today, progressive Democrats storm the ballot, NC prison employees get little ... read more

This military base is getting its own exorcism horror movie, and it’s ‘based on a true story’

“It gives possession a bad name ... published by the Observation Post may reflect the author’s personal observations, opinions, or attempts at humor. J.D. Simkins is a writer and editor for Military ... read more

Opinion Roundup: Is pork making a comeback on Capitol Hill?

STEVE DEVANE: Governor calls for inclusiveness, diversity at MLK breakfast (Fayetteville Observer ... Robert Harris, deputy commissioner for the North Carolina Industrial Commission — which handles ... read more

Bill Kirby Jr.: 'Moment of Silence' and solemn remembrance along Whitfield Street

“No matter what, newspapers are families,” Bob Gruber ... “That's true in Wilmington, Fayetteville and everywhere I've been. There's just something about working in the media.” Solemnly, the publisher ... read more

Prep Notes/Athletes of the week: Jack Sink baseball tournament begins Saturday

The tournament returns Saturday Robert Lahser rlahser@ ... a 15-player roster with players from the Charlotte, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Raleigh and Atlanta (GA) areas, including four players from ... read more

Spinning a silk-based industry

The Arkansas Gazette was quite supportive of silk production, publishing many long articles on silk production in other states, making readers aware of a published guide to ... Secretary of State, ... read more

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