The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office is seeking new leads in a cold case that dates back more than two years ago.
A badge and a shield may not be the only items issued to future members of Archdale Police Department, as integrating technology becomes a greater focus for administration.
Librarian Matt Shaw of Archdale Public Library was among those who learned a great deal from Ashley Auman’s presentation on laws which pertain to service animals.
It might be the middle of winter, but for seven students from Trinity Elementary who competed in the Special Olympics swimming event held at Randolph-Asheboro YMCA on February 10, it was perfect weather for taking a dip in the pool and taking home top prizes for their outstanding performances.
What began as an idea in late December has now become a reality for Jennifer Holland and fiance Dr. Brad Penrod.
Who knew tucking in on a cold, rainy winter’s night with 80 or so of your classmates and friends to watch movies could help feed the hungry? The student council at Archdale Elementary, that’s who, along with the help of faculty sponsors, Susan Eubank, Jennifer Matthews and Teresa Sutton, who put on the first of four, “Can Film Festivals” last Friday in an effort to take in donations for C.O.A.T (Community Outreach Archdale-Trinity) — a food pantry for families in the Archdale-Trinity area.
For a team of Archdale-Trinity volunteers, you might say planning is their “heart’s desire,” especially when it comes to the Randolph County Partnership for Children’s annual Gala for the Children, which is set for Saturday, April 18 at Kyle Petty’s Adaumont Farm.
What can you make with Legos? Just about anything, if you ask a creative group of elementary-aged Lego technicians who participated in a special Lego show-and-tell event Dec. 30 at the Archdale Public Library.
Bad start to second half makes difference in game