Eight students from Randolph County Schools (high and middle schools) who were recognized as first, second or third place winners at FBLA State Conference. Seven of those eight were from Archdale-Trinity Middle School.
A Charlotte-area company that took orders and money for heaters that it failed to deliver has been ordered to cease selling products or accepting payments from consumers.
Shannon Craddock, acting police chief for the city of Archdale, successfully graduated from the 2012-2013 municipal administration course of the School of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The Compensatory Education Program at Randolph Community College will hold two simultaneous life-care planning workshops, one for parents and guardians and the second for disabled adults.
Gerry Burchfield of Trinity spends a lot of time on his front porch. With a birds-eye view of neighbors who drive by, Gerry, known as “the waving neighbor,” throws up his hand as each one passes.
The Sunset Garden Club held their last spring meeting May 10 at the Colonial Country Club. They will not meet again until September.
Honor rolls for grades 3-5 at Trinity Elementary School.
“Dig Into Reading!” is the Archdale Public Library’s 2013 theme for their annual Summer Reading Program, which will be offered during June and July to keep school-aged children reading during their vacation.
Members of the Trinity High School men’s tennis team brought home a second place in doubles competition at the Mid-East Regional Championship.
Basketball and football camps, junior golf and flag football registration.
Chaas Delgado has signed a letter of intent to wrestle at South Dakota State University.
Registration is open for the Archdale-Trinity Panthers football program. Registration will remain open until all the rosters are full.
Just as small “wobbles” in a table can become bigger and more difficult to fix over time, the effective management of mental health concerns in young children requires early identification of the causes and appropriate attention to their source.
There are lots of ways to be involved and support Trinity this spring. Won't you come out and be part of it?
Kathy Liner at Pioneer Family Restaurant had a big family — us customers.