When it comes to achieving her goals, 17-year-old Georgia Garrison always has her head in the game — both academically and athletically.
A Nov. 10 pre-agenda meeting of the Trinity City Council concluded with councilman Ed Lohr lobbying for an investigation of ways to minimize what is expected of city manager Debbie Hinson.
Even though it’s November and the leaves and temperatures are falling, everywhere Ralph Modlin looks he sees signs of spring. A fourth-generation farmer turned nurseryman, he holds a degree in agronomy from North Carolina State University and operates a thriving retail location at the Piedmont Triad Farmers Market off Sandy Ridge Road in Colfax where he sells a variety of woody ornamentals and flowering shrubs throughout the year.
Members of the Trinity City Council are taking measures to improve the efficiency and accountability of its contingent.
Voting week was a busy one for Archdale-Trinity candidates, voters and campaigners alike.
Archdale-Trinity schools have joined other North Carolina communities in their efforts to further lower the area’s teen pregnancy rate. One method is to show teenagers up close and personal what parenthood is really like.
U.S. Rep. Renee Ellmers was elected for a third term Nov. 4 by defeating former American Idol contestant Clay Aiken in the race for House of Representatives District 2.
A fire Saturday in Trinity resulted in the deaths of two people and injured a third, according to the Randolph County Sheriff's Office.
On Wednesday, Oct. 29, Brad Phillips resigned as principal of Trinity High School.
The unemployment rate in Randolph County fell to 5.8 percent in the month of September, according to statistics released at the end of last month by the N.C. Department of Commerce.
While municipalities around the state decided heated local contests between candidates, Archdale and Trinity made it through election season without controversy.
Gary Hill is not ashamed to admit he has a big mouth and he knows how to use it. For over 27 years, Hill’s rich baritone voice, made even sweeter by his soothing southern drawl, has called out countless plays and athlete’s names over the loudspeaker at the Dog Pit, thereby forever anointing him the legendary “Voice of the Bulldogs.”
As Rep. Renee Ellmers and challenger Clay Aiken seek to represent U.S. House District 2, both the incumbent and the former American Idol runner-up from Cary made stops at Pioneer Family Restaurant to meet constituents from Archdale.
In August, the Trinity City Council came under fire for what some perceived to be a lack of economic development following the closure of two local businesses.
Beautiful fall leaves are now available in a variety of styles, sizes and colors. Archdale residents have a single goal: get rid of them all!
Art was on the walls, in the air and everywhere last Friday as hundreds of eager young students and staff at Hopewell Elementary School in Trinity brought back ‘Arts Alive!’ — a creative cultural celebration — after a two year hiatus.
Randolph County authorities are investigating a suspicious death in the area after a man was found unresponsive in Archdale.
Randolph County authorities are investigating the death of woman found stabbed at a residence in Trinity.
"You are amazing" this was the message that Archdale-Trinity Rotary Club President Lisa Bock extended to students at Trindale Elementary School during an Oct. 17 presentation of a "friendship bench" donated to the school by the Rotary Club. Most of the 330 Trindale students attended the dedication ceremony.
The Archdale City Council and Randolph County Commissioners voted to approve more than $66,000 in economic incentives for Thomas Built Buses at a joint public hearing last week.
Over 800 middle school students, faculty and staff members at Archdale-Trinity Middle School wrapped up their week-long celebration in honor of Red Ribbon Week — a national drug abuse prevention campaign — with a spirit-filled, high energy pep rally last Friday.
According to a memorandum prepared by Sharon Johnson, Director of Testing and Accountability for Randolph County Schools, the “Read to Achieve” results for the 2013-2014 school year are in and data shows 45.2 percent — 601 third-graders — in the district are not demonstrating reading proficiency on the state-approved standardized test of reading comprehension.
On Sunday, Oct, 19, staff, along with current and former students from Trindale Elementary School will be on hand to celebrate its rich history of educating children in the Archdale-Trinity community.
According to statistics recently released by the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, violent crime in Archdale decreased in 2013 compared with the previous year.
Candidates in key local and state races addressed questions at a candidates forum hosted by the Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce last Thursday at Archdale City Hall.
Friends of Trinity will hold the eighth annual Car Show and Chili Cook-off from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18 at Braxton Craven Middle School, 7037 N. C. Hwy. 62, across the street from the Trinity Gazebo.