The signs are up, the streets are marked and volunteers are ready to don their neon shirts for the 29th annual Bush Hill Heritage Festival.
With his visionary ideas, educational acumen and fearless pursuit of positivity, Brad Phillips is redefining what it means to be an effective high school principal in the modern age.
The City of Trinity will renew its Adopt-a-Highway clean up in honor of Jacob Carroll, an Army specialist and graduate of Trinity High School who was killed in Kandahar, Afghanastan in 2010.
Throughout the state, 95 of 100 counties saw unemployment numbers rise in July. Randolph County fell among the the majority as the unemployment rate climbed to 6.4 percent, according to statistics released by the N.C. Department of Commerce – Labor and Economics Division.
A spooky situation is developing off Kersey Valley Road in Archdale. Behind murky footpaths and spiderweb-covered trees, monsters are coming to life.
Where’s the beef? If you’re talking about farm-raised, grass-fed beef, look for Russell Family Farms at the Bush Hill Heritage Festival Saturday, Sept. 13.
Members of Archdale Friends' Ministry and Counsel committee believe their new pastor Rusty Parsons is an answer to prayer. Rusty officially arrived July 1.
Ed Bryson’s grocery store is in his backyard.
Denton Sikes leads East Davidson with two goals
Bulldogs host Union Pines this week
Wheatmore welcomes Bishop McGuinness Friday
Today, the reader looking for “something good to read” has at their disposal many valuable aids.
Each week I share information about some of the educational programs that are on our 4-H calendar for the summer. In August, we are preparing for the annual hunter safety certification course. North Carolina Cooperative Extension in cooperation with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission sponsors a hunter safety education program for youth and adults alike.
Fourth of July is time to pause and be thankful for all we have as Americans.