When Courtney Bean heard about the head-on collision on Baptist Children's Home Road that sent five people to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in the late evening hours of Oct. 15, she was forced to relive a nightmare.
Less than three weeks after the Thomasville City Council approved a 60-day moratorium, the council voted unanimously to invite residents to a second public hearing on Nov. 17 that could extend the moratorium on new sweepstakes Internet cafe businesses for an additional 180 days.
Marlene Beamon is no quitter. A 35-year veteran school teacher, dedicated mother and wife to Thomasville High School’s principal Deboy Beamon, Marlene is a fierce advocate for students and their parents. So when her husband assumed his leadership role at the high school, she, too, found herself stepping into a new position — president of the THS Parent Teacher Association (PTA).
Liz Snyder can see it now—just there, beyond the dusty gravel and well-worn grass. Past the chipped paint and squeaky swings, just over the hill.
Salisbury scores touchdown and completes two-point conversion with 11.5 seconds left
Only tournament champion advance to district round
Oops! On the pumpkin paragraph in our last article we said to now look for the pumpkins at Memorial UMC. If we had only read our church sign, we would have had the correct date. But, the pumpkins have now arrived at Memorial United Methodist Church and are on sale daily until all are sold.
During our ongoing Geek the Library campaign we’ve gotten great feedback from the community about the library and the services we provide. Is there something we can improve or a service you’d like the library to provide? We want to know how we can serve you better because we geek you!
As Christians we are not supposed to say certain words. We all know them; they are right on the tips of our tongues. Go into any high school in America and you will hear those words used quite often. If the principal at any high school disciplined every student who used profane words, they wouldn’t do anything else all day long. My column today is not about those four letter words or their use in high schools, in music or in movies. We could all do a little work at guarding our minds and tongues in regard to those four letter words.