Gerry Burchfield of Trinity spends a lot of time on his front porch. With a birds-eye view of neighbors who drive by, Gerry, known as “the waving neighbor,” throws up his hand as each one passes.
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.
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.
Remember the old card game Doctor Pepper? Tens, twos and fours are wild. Aside from the expected twists expected in any game of chance, the addition of wild cards keeps things even more unpredictable.
Your Archdale Bass Club’s May 4 tournament on Shearon Harris Lake in New Hill was kind of like that game.
The Trinity High School Athletic Booster Club will hold the annual Ronda Skeen Memorial Golf Tournament on Friday, May 10, at Holly Ridge Golf Links.
The Triad Cowboy Church will host the Fourth Annual Triad Cowboy Church Stampede on Saturday, May 11, at the Davis Ranch Arena.
Two golf tournaments will be held in May. Register now.
Your hometown Archdale Bass Club welcomes you back to better news. The first three outings for the Archdale Bass Club were a little lackluster, but we finally seems to have found their stride.
The U.S. Forest Service has temporarily closed the Rocky Mountain Loop Off-Highway Vehicle Trail and Hang Glider Horse Trail in the Uwharrie National Forest.
The Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce will hold the 2013 Chamber Open Golf Tournament on Friday, May 17, at Holly Ridge Golf Links.
If S.B. 58 becomes law, boat owners may see registration fees skyrocket from $40 for a three-year registration to $450, an increase of 1,025 percent.
Of all the crazy things going on right now, the big national news last week was about the state of Ohio prosecuting attorney issuing a death warrant for the now infamous weather prognosticating, overgrown rat named Punxsutawney Phil.
As the skiff navigated the 32-foot depth of Randleman Lake early Sunday morning, six pairs of eyes were fixed on the Hummingbird side scan sonar device mounted at the center of the boat.
North Carolina has many opportunities for the 1.2 million anglers who fish in North Carolina, including Randleman Lake which opened for recreation March 1. Allowed activities include boating, fishing and sailing. Activities such as swimming and wading are prohibited.
Your Archdale Bass Club attempted to have a warm-up tournament on Feb. 16. As we all know, it snowed, but at least a couple of intrepid clubbers made it to the ramp.
Fishing enthusiasts angling for a fresh place to toss a lure will have a chance to return to Randleman Lake beginning later this week.
A pony league ballfield at Creekside Park has been named in honor of retiring Archdale Parks and Recreation Director Elaine Albertson and her husband Kevin.
Joe Williams wanted some fresh venison for his holiday table, but due to a serious illness which confined him to a wheelchair, he hadn’t hunted since 2005. At the end of the first annual Dreaming Big Deer Hunt held Dec. 15, Joe had a big smile on his face and was able to take not one, but two deer for his table.
Gary Lewallen, former Archdale chief of police, will hold a concealed carry handgun class Saturday, Dec. 15, at Mendenhall Auction Company, 6695 Auction Road. Participants must bring ear and eye protection, a handgun and 50 rounds of ammunition.
The Archdale Bass Club’s tournament on Lake Tillery was a real nail bitter. Many things were on the line from annual titles to several club and personal records.
There is something in the energy and anticipation about a championship game that is just plain fun.