Miller Motte (Photo: Taylor Yakowenko/WWAY)
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Miller Motte says business as usual despite accreditor concerns

The United States Department of Education has cut ties with the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. ACICS is the accreditor for Miller Motte College here in Wilmington.
Foundation Board President Butch Hooks, Board of Trustees Chair Henry Edmund, President Dr. Tony Clarke, Whiteville City Schools Superintendent Charles Garland, Columbus County Schools Superintendent Alan Faulk, and Foundation Board Members Doris Dees   (Photo: Southeastern Community College)
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SCC offering free scholarships to Columbus County students

Free college tuition for two years? That's what Southeastern Community College is offering to all high school students in Columbus County.
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US government severs ties with accreditor of for-profit colleges

The Education Department is withdrawing recognition of the nation's largest accreditor of for-profit colleges, a decision that could force schools to close and threaten financial aid to hundreds of thousands of students.
More than 100 instruments were donated to D.C. Virgo by National Pawn (Photo: Sarah Johnson/WWAY)
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More than 100 instruments donated to D.C. Virgo

Students at D.C. Virgo have some new band instruments thanks to a generous donation.
Cevon Jones, 16 (Photo: Bladen County Sheriff)
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Teen arrested for clown threat at East Bladen High School

The Bladen County Sheriff's Office arrested a teen for a clown threat at East Bladen High School.
Chief Thomas Frost (Photo: Dennis Chinn)
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Ashley High School parent defends JROTC instructor suspended

An Ashley High School parent is speaking out after the lead JROTC instructor was suspended yesterday.
Penderlea School (Photo: Hannah Patrick/WWAY)
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Bidding re-opened for Penderlea School, initial bidding incomplete

One of the school bond projects for Pender County is facing a new obstacle.
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Columbus County investigating threats of clowns purging the schools

The Columbus County Sheriff's Office and School District are investigating threats made on social media concerning "clowns" and "purging."