Judging by Todd Henderson’s snappy, blue-soled oxford shoes he’s a man who likes to have fun. But when it comes to caring for and educating Trinity’s youngest students, he’s all business.
Ambella Home Collection, a Dallas, Texas based furniture company worth $12 million, may be opening a new location in the former CR Currin building, 503 Aztec Drive in Archdale Industrial Park.
Three incumbents, including Mayor Bert Lance-Stone, filed July 8 for re-election in the Nov. 4 municipal race in the City of Archdale.
Zeb Hanner appreciates what he is leaving behind. He is also ecstatic about the opportunity that lies ahead. Having spent 13 years in Davidson County government, including the last 10 as assistant county manager, Hanner will embark on the newest chapter of his career not far from where he has always called home. Currently serving as assistant county manager, the Thomasville High School graduate will become Archdale's city manager Aug. 1.
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.
NC-941, the Air Force Junior ROTC unit made up of students from Trinity and Wheatmore high schools, is moving into a new era. Founder Sgt. Jim Hedgecock will retire from his "second career" at the end of this month.
There was no place like Adaumont Farm on April 12 for the sixth annual Gala for the Children. Hundreds of people from across the county didn’t let the lions, tigers and bears keep them away. Many wore costumes and donned ruby red slippers as they followed the yellow brick road to raise more than $72,000 to benefit programs of the Randolph County Partnership for Children.
HiToms advance to their third state tournament in four years
Game 5 set for Thursday, 7 p.m. at Finch Field
Americans get 17 hits in 10-0 victory
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.
The latest research confirms that one of the best ways to keep your kids healthy is to make sure they never have a television in their bedroom.