Steve Horosko couldn’t keep from getting a little misty-eyed during a flagpole dedication and 9-11 memorial service held Sept. 10 at Southgate Baptist Church, 104 Cloniger Drive in Thomasville.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners agreed at its Sept. 9 meeting to propose three legislative goals to the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners.
The missions committee at Memorial United Methodist Church is hosting the CROP Hunger Walk in Thomasville on Sunday, Sept. 28 for a second time after bringing it back to the Chair City last year for the first time in over a decade.
If you’ve ever bought a Bulldogs T-shirt at a Thomasville High School football game or a candy bar at a home volleyball match, chances are you’ve seen Janet Wright’s smiling face.
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This month our calendar is crammed full of classes, a movie, a video game tournament and our semi-annual book sale.
Last week I went to visit my mother. I hadn’t been there long when we decided to go see a neighbor. My mom is blessed with some great neighbors. One of them has a daughter who recently lost her battle with cancer. We both thought it was necessary to go and spend some time with them. We wanted to be there to love and support them in their time of grief.
With fall just around the corner, you will find the lawn filled with pumpkins. They will make good pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving and jack-o'-lanterns for Halloween.