The house had been taken. It was time to take it back. Mortars fired leaving a cloud of obscuring smoke as Confederate forces emerged from where they were hiding in the trees to face the Union soldiers.
Local historians Mac Whatley and Brad Foley will discuss two new books about Randolph County during the Civil war at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 23.
Friends of Trinity invite everyone to step back in time and experience the War Between the States at Hardee’s Retreat, a Civil War battle re-enactment.
Runners, sponsors and volunteers are needed for the inaugural Run 5 Feed 5 5K race set for Saturday, April 26, at Trinity High School.
After several residents on March 25 made passionate pleas against a proposed land use change for a property along S. Main Street, Archdale City Council voted to deny the request.
A high spirited group of athletes practice their basketball techniques each Tuesday morning in the Archdale Parks and Recreation Creekside Park gymnasium. Many members of the team, called The Flames, have had knee replacements or are cancer survivors. Most of them are more than 70 years old.
Janice Gallimore, Kaye Manning, Ashley Albertson and Tangie Miller, cafeteria staff at Hopewell Elementary School, don’t consider themselves as heroes.
Eleven students graduated from Randolph Community College’s seventh annual Student Leadership Academy on March 18. One of them, Thomas Jacob Hunsucker, is from Trinity.
Your Archdale Bass Club chose the nuclear option for their second 2014 tournament. Shearon Harris Lake is a weedy cooling water lake for a Duke Energy reactor located in New Hill, just southwest of Raleigh. The lake is known for oversized bass.
Jonathan Spainhour is a man on a mission.
To encourage students to think toward the future, 72 students from Archdale-Trinity Middle School got a close-up look at career options on March 11.
“Photographic Explorations of Veterans Potential for Peace” is a series of portraits of veterans along with statements about their service.
Mt. Vernon United Methodist Church will host “Journey to The Cross” — a sensory learning, family-oriented event that allows guests to make several steps back in time.
Washington D.C. fell in love with first grader Duncan Sykes of Archdale, as well as they should.
The YMCA of High Point has started a $4 million series of facilities upgrades at its three city locations and at Camp Cheerio in the North Carolina mountains.
Wheatmore High School's head basketball coach David Spell has called his last play.
Archdale resident Pauline Cavin, 106, may be the oldest resident in Randolph County.
Space is still available for farm-equipment hobbyists, musicians and food vendors who want to take part in the Got to Be NC Festival set for May 16-18 at the State Fairgrounds.
The Rotary Club of Archdale-Trinity has created a $500 scholarship to be awarded to a college-bound 2014 graduating senior from Trinity or Wheatmore high schools.
The financial future of American Legion Post 206 looked doubtful, until the members came up with a novel, thrifty idea.
Project Racing Home Greyhound Adoptions will host fundraiser “Spring with the King” on March 21 at the Greensboro Realtor’s Association. The event will feature Wayne Euliss, Elvis tribute artist.
Archdale resident Steve Lambeth received the Volunteer of the Year award for the YMCA of High Point Association.
Following an epic season in which he notched his 500th career win and was named PAC-6 Coach of the Year, Trinity High School’s head basketball coach Tim Kelly will retire March 31.
Brenda Maxie was named Woman of the Year for the Golden Arch Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association on Feb. 27. Betty Jo Tate presented the award.
Communities In Schools of North Carolina released new data this week from the 2012-2013 school year showing more than 215,000 students served across the state, the most the organization has served in its 25 year history.