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.
Cultural arts are thriving at Randolph County Schools with musical performances.
There’s no place like Adaumont Farm in the spring. Follow the yellow brick road on Saturday, April 12, to the Randolph County Partnership for Children’s 2014 Gala for the Children, presented by PNC Bank.
Randolph Community College photography graduate Jerry Wolford won the Photographer of the Year award from the North Carolina Press Photographers Association for the second year in the row. It was the third time in his career that he has earned the honor.
At the United Way of North Carolina Annual Meeting in Pinehurst, held last month, 39 companies and organizations with outstanding United Way campaigns were given the “Spirit of North Carolina” award. Four are from the Greater High Point area.
Jerry Yarborough is stepping down as Archdale city manager and into retirement. His last day will be June 1.
Randolph County Schools honored STAR3 students at their regular Feb. 17 board meeting. STAR3 stands for students who are respectful, responsible and doing the right thing.
Honor rolls from John Lawrence Elementary School.
Two Trinity High School students have been accepted to the Design and Production School at the North Carolina School for the Arts in Winston-Salem.
Betty Linthicum on the new year, mixed blessings and a sad ending to a sweet love story.
Scouts, leaders and families associated with Boy Scout Troop 19 had a lot to celebrate at Boy Scout Sunday — a 50-year legacy and an Eagle Court of Honor.
More than one-third of the women who die in the United States each year die of heart disease, according to Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center.
Here are the results of Archdale-Trinity Little League Basketball games Feb. 21-23.
Second quarter honor and perfect attendance rolls.
Randolph County residents who have applied for food and nutrition services, also known as SNAP, formerly food stamps, join many others in North Carolina who have experienced delays in receiving an answer on their applications.
Sophie Layne Bryant lived only 18 days, but 10 years after her premature death, the Archdale infant continues to have an impact on her community.
This past December, my two dogs and I were about 25 miles short of completing a trip from Charleston to Greensboro when the van stopped dead in the center lane of Interstate 85.
Volunteers for the Randolph County Partnership for Children are sliding into their ruby red slippers and teaming up to follow the yellow brick road to Kyle Petty’s Adaumont Farm for the Gala for the Children.
No need to worry — the theater program still thrives. Theater students recently joined THS Theater Teacher Michael Johnson to fabricate new curtains to replace the old ones — on a weekend, no less!
Seven wrestlers from Wheatmore High School’s Warrior team earned a chance to compete in this weekend’s state tournament set for Feb. 21-23 at the Greensboro Coliseum.
Trinity High School sophomore Morgan K. Davis placed fifth in the 500-yard freestyle and sixth in the 200-yard freestyle events at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 1-A and 2-A state swimming championship.
John Andrews, 16, son of Herb and Shandel Andrews of Archdale, recently earned his Eagle Scout Award.
Eighth grade players on the Archdale-Trinity Middle School Lady Bulldogs basketball team don’t know what it’s like to lose a game.
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! The Randolph County Partnership for Children’s Archdale-Trinity Gala committee is off to a great start planning for the 2014 Gala for the Children.