M.P. Helms, left, accepts a high-five from his snowy 3-year-old black lab Sophia on Wednesday at his Seminole Road home.

Telegram photo / Hannah Potes

M.P. Helms, left, accepts a high-five from his snowy 3-year-old black lab Sophia on Wednesday at his Seminole Road home.

Nash 911 administrator retires after three decades

By Brie Handgraaf

Staff Writer

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In 2013, Robbie Stone helped to oversee 175,000 phone calls to the Nash County emergency communications center – a feat that wasn’t even fathomable when he started his career since 911 wasn’t an option.

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