As the Thomasville Police Department attempts to ramp up community engagement, one method emerged from last Tuesday’s community meeting at Emmanuel Baptist Church. TPD Chief Jeff Insley fielded questions from concerned citizens at the meeting, during which the arrest of six suspects involved in a string of violent crimes prompted discussion of race relations in Thomasville. Former Chair City councilwoman Jackie Jackson posed questions regarding the cultural diversity of the police department and how officers deal with those who “do not look like them”.
Thomasville's largest annual meet-and-greet commences Saturday for a 27th time in the square, as National Night Out takes center stage this week.
With a wealth of highly qualified, educational leaders to choose from in and around Davidson County, it’s easy to see why Superintendent Dr. Lory Morrow is thrilled about the newly appointed administrators who were recently announced in a special meeting called by the board on July, 24.
Brittany Creasey will remember this summer forever. What she will remember most is dancing down the streets in front of the castle of a Magic Kingdom. Hailey Nance will remember meeting Mickey, Minnie, Daisy, Donald, Pluto and Goofy. The best part – it wasn’t a dream.
HiToms will play Sunday at 7:30 p.m. against the Gaston-Davidson County winner
Post 87 defeats Shelby for second win of tourney
HiToms score seven in sixth inning rally
Our summer reading program is winding down so I want to thank our speakers who informed and entertained, our teen volunteers who helped make programs run smoothly and all of you who read or attended a program. Thank you for another successful summer!
Gardeners are facing challenges with the weather this year. It seemed like we were getting great conditions in April and May. The weather was warm and we were getting some good rains. Then sometime in June the rain stopped. It got so dry that I didn’t have to cut the grass. While I enjoyed the break, the garden was not happy at all. I was having to water quite a bit to keep the vegetable garden alive and growing.
Fescue goes naturally semi-dormant during extremes of hot and/or dry weather; it can survive 3 weeks without water. Water only when grass shows signs of wilt (footprints will show when grass is walked on). If it is extremely hot and dry, your fescue lawn will need some irrigation.