One of the great things about our little corner of the Piedmont is its deep sense of community. For the second year, Davis Feed and Seed has hosted the Dreaming Big Deer Hunt for local handicapped citizens.
This year’s “Great NASQUACK Duck Race,” benefiting the Randolph County Partnership for Children, exceeded previous years’ participation.
The more moderate weather has fish moving and feeding as we approach winter and your Archdale Bass Club is excited about their end-of-the-year championship.
A famous line from the Batman series is from one of the arch-villains, the Joker. He taunts, “riddle me this,” as he attempts to elude the superhero.
As I get older, one of the more fascinating things to me is how the old tried and true lessons we learn as children really begin to pay big dividends.
The Bush Hill Heritage Festival 11th Annual Classic Car & Truck Show will be held in the front parking lot of Sechrest Funeral Service on Trindale Road.
Mark McDowell can talk to the animals. Using wood, acrylic, brass, cork and a little ingenuity, Mark crafts animal calls in his workshop and — this is the fun part — he gets to test each one.
The Holly Ridge Charity Golf Classic raised more than $10,000.
Although very few guys brought no fish back to the scales at the Aug. 3 tournament, it was a tough day with the majority of members only managing to creel a single fish.
There aren’t many teenagers these days who dream about fishing, but Dekota Shaw of Randleman is one of them.
The High Point Golf Swingers will hold the 35th Annual Amateur Golf Tournament Friday through Sunday, July 19-21, at Blair Park and Oak Hollow golf courses in High Point.
Operation Red Sleigh Inc. has set its 12th annual charity cycling event, the “Sleigh Ride” on Saturday, July 20. Riders have the option to choose 19 mile, 40 mile or 64 mile courses.
Trindale pool hosted the Waterdawgs Annual Swim for Cancer event on June 22.
Competitive weekend anglers like your Archdale Bass Club would love to find a way to spend all their time on the water chasing little green fish, but have to work to be able to pay to play.
Grubb Family YMCA Wellness Director Meredith Morgan Shields is planning to run in the “RideUnited” event set for Saturday, July 27, in downtown High Point. She is hoping that she won’t have to run alone.
We don’t think anyone tapped their ruby-slippered toes, but your Archdale Bass Club magically evaded the Yadkin Chain lakes this outing, ending up on our home lake just down the yellow brick road at Randleman Reservoir.
Proceeds will go to Hospice of Randolph County, which provides support to patients facing end-of-life issues and their families.
The U.S. Forest Service reminds visitors and campers that the use of all fireworks is prohibited on the Nantahala, Pisgah, Uwharrie and Croatan National Forests in North Carolina.
I had the privilege of sitting in my boat all day long, never personally touch a fishing rod, watching Bobby and Kannon, two of 26 young men who competed, work hard together to compete for the top two slots and title of best youth fisherman in the South.
The Archdale Bass Club’s June 1 tournament at Lake Tillery seemed destined to be a family affair. The little vacation spot near Charlotte didn’t serve up many fish for us but they did seem to have a preference of which boats they wanted to take a ride in.
In 2005 Bradley Hunt was with his brother Matt when, just prior to what would have been his graduation, he died in a swimming accident. On June 7, Bradley will take the walk that his brother never took — graduation.
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.