Archdale-Trinity Middle school, representing the Piedmont region, landed in sixth place at the 12th annual North Carolina Middle School state Battle of the Books competition on Thursday.
The SerCo Club is primarily known for its Christmas Cheer Fund, but there’s more to this organization founded on service to community.
Tara Turner of Trinity enjoyed a low-key mother’s Day celebration. The Trinity mother is tireless in her quest to advocate for specialized services for Joseph, diagnosed with autism and a variety of physical ailments.
For the third year, local historian Glenn Chavis will offer guided walking tours of historic Washington Street, beginning Saturday, May 18.
There are lots of ways to be involved and support Trinity this spring. Won't you come out and be part of it?
The Northwestern Randolph County Arts Council will hold the sixth annual art exhibit Thursday through Saturday, June 13-15, at the Archdale Public Library.
Carol Harris of the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office is now a member of the Order of the Long Leaf Pine.
4-H summer camp offers activities that can lead to new hobbies and may even help children choose a career path that will lead to a successful, productive future.
Registration is open for Guil-Rand Fire Department’s summer Fire Camp set for July 22-26. Campers must be from 7 to 10 years old and live in the Guil-Rand fire district or attend one of its elementary schools to be eligible.
The spring musicals are a three-generation tradition for the Walden family. Evan Walden is a four-year theater veteran who this year was selected to play Professor Harold Hill. Evan’s father Gabe Walden, also in musicals all four years of high school, played the lead role of Nathan Detroit his senior year in “Guys and Dolls.” The accompanist for this year’s musical is Kathy Farlow Walden, Evan’s grandmother. She has played for 11 of the spring musicals and, in fact, was the accompanist for the very first Trinity High School musical.
Let’s be clear — there are no known cases of measles, or people who have close contact with someone who has the illness, in Randolph County. There is no reason to panic.
Thom Tillis, Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives, has appointed Tammy O’Kelley, director of the Randolph County Tourism Development Authority, to the North Carolina Travel and Tourism Board.
The Randolph County Public Library invites kids in their PJs for a “Bedtime Bonanza” to kick off the Every Child Ready to Read, its new early childhood literacy initiative for the whole family.
The third annual “Share the Road” event will take place Sunday, May 19, at Wheatmore High School, 3678 Finch Farm Road. The event memorializes cyclists who have lost their lives while riding.
Braxton Craven Middle School may have a new mascot — or five.
Caitlin Tiller of Trinity is set to graduate on June 7. She has her red cap and gown, but she lacks one thing that other Wheatmore High School seniors have — her photo in the school yearbook.
The Randolph County Health Department will offer free MMR vacinations at a special clinic set for 3 to 6 p.m. Friday, May 3, at the Randolph County Community Service Building, 213 Balfour Drive in Archdale.
The High Point Public Library, 901 N. Main Street, will host a free American Sign Language Club. The ASL Club will meet from 1 to 2 p.m.the third Saturday of each month.
Drum rhythms, parades and incredible creations made from scraps equaled a day of fun at Art Daze.
The spring City HAUL, a semi-annual free cleanup for Trinity residents, will be held Thursday through Saturday, May 16-18, at the YMCA Soccer Complex on Turnpike Road.
Dean Harris finished the Boston Marathon in a little more than three hours and headed back to his hotel a few blocks away for a quick shower and a change of clothes before heading back to the finish line. He never made it back.
“Susan Curtis” remembers all too well the night she and her daughter left the home she shared with her husband. Susan had to pull off the road because her hands were shaking too badly to grip the steering wheel.
The Gala for the Children, held by the Randolph County Partnership for Children, generated nearly $51,000 for the Partnership’s endowment fund.
Civil war re-enactments and camp life demonstrations equaled record crowds for General Hardee’s Retreat, held April 20-21 on the grounds of the historic Albertson House. Friends of Trinity organizers call the event a roaring success.
Bedding plants, annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees, groundcovers, vegetables and hanging baskets are available at plant sales at Trinity and Wheatmore high schools.