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About Us

Published 3:52 pm Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The Stanly News & Press is a community newspaper published each Tuesday and Weekend in Albemarle, North Carolina. The SNAP, as it is commonly known, covers news, sports, features, and events regarding residents and employees within and natives of Stanly County.

The newspaper’s link to Stanly County dates to 1880. The Stanly News & Press first published in December 1929.

Our Website — thesnaponline.com — features information relating to Stanly County as well as regional, national and world news, sports and video content.

Personnel

Chris Miller : Staff Writer

Chris Miller

Staff Writer

chris.miller@stanlynewspress.com
704-982-2122

B.J. Drye : Editor

B.J. Drye

Editor

bj.drye@stanlynewspress.com
704-982-2123

Charles Curcio : Sports Editor

Charles Curcio

Sports Editor

charles.curcio@stanlynewspress.com
704-983-1361

Debbie Holt : Circulation & Classified Sales

Debbie Holt

Circulation & Classified Sales

debbie.holt@stanlynewspress.com
704-754-5075

News

SCS, Gray Stone respond to social media posts

Letters to the Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Taxes

Columns

THE LIBRARY LOOKOUT COLUMN: Same library, new features

News

Protest in memory of Floyd to be Saturday in Albemarle

News

People unite at Oakboro church to talk, pray, show solidarity for Floyd

News

Stanly school board passes calendars, tech education plan, says goodbye to James

News

10 Stanly residents receive Wingate degrees

News

SALUTE TO SERVICE — ‘This is so new, I feel like a first-year teacher all over again’: Teachers adjust to remote learning

News

Farmers, ranchers can apply for assistance through USDA coronavirus program

News

Panel airs concerns, seeks solutions for community

News

Locust Police refute social media posts of intended violence

News

Newly reopened hair salons and barbershops busy meeting customer demands

News

COVID-19 impacts meat industry in Stanly

News

Railroad company invests in freight rail infrastructure to serve Charlotte Pipe

News

Peaceful protest in Albemarle draws attention to killings of black Americans

News

Stanly proposed budget maintains tax rate at 67 cents

News

Stanly receives more than $950,000 in funds

News

STATE: NCDHHS issues RFQ to expand testing, contact tracing for COVID-19

News

South Stanly teacher, tennis coach set to retire

Columns

DG MARTIN COLUMN: The wife of Jesus: The North Carolina connection

Columns

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COLUMN: County opening for business

News

Albemarle police make third arrest in Crump homicide case

News

Pee Dee awards scholarships

News

3 men sentenced for federal firearms, drug offenses