A team of students from Davidson Early College High School answered the challenge to build a bridge for the 2015 Region 3 Model Bridge Building Competition held March 27 on the Davidson County Community College campus.
Long before assuming her role as superintendent of Thomasville City Schools at the start of the 2013-2014 school year, Dr. Maria Pitre-Martin had been made well aware of the system’s challenges during her tenure with the N.C. Department of Instruction.
Honeybees are often overlooked by consumers as a vital contributor to the food eaten in households across the country.
Go ahead, call Adem Bektic, Tutu Le-Hoang, Issac Odenwelder, Joshua Hunt, Kiya Turner, Lauren Thomas or Courtney Moore a bunch of bookworms. Really, they don’t mind.
Panthers fall 5-1 to MPC foe Central Davidson
Andrea Grant blasts two-run homer
Hornets were only up 1-0 with 15 minutes left
Every day Thomasville residents cut through Old Julian Avenue to reach Randolph Street, passing right by a hidden gem in town. Owner Lance Nuckolls would like to change that.
Make no mistake, Kim Hill, co-owner of Hill’s Farm and Garden Center in Thomasville rules the roost when it comes to ensuring all the animals that are for sale at her family’s old-fashioned store — and even the ones that are not — are well cared for no matter what the going trend is for the Easter holiday.
Ledford High School senior Joe Hoffman isn’t quite sure what direction he’ll take when it comes to career paths, but he does know one thing — he’s grateful for the opportunity to be part of Kenneth Cain’s electrical trade class.
Stacks upon stacks of colorful ceramic bowls — empty bowls — will serve as a reminder of hunger for an economically fragile population in the Thomasville area at the 4th Annual Empty Bowls meal from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 20 at Memorial United Methodist Church, 101 Randolph Street, Thomasville.