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Celebrating our differences

ASHEBORO — The 4-H camps we offer are filled with experiences that help young people learn not only about themselves, but this wide world we live in! Last week, our campers joined 4-H’ers from Guilford, Person, Alamance, Caswell and Rockingham Counties ... [Published Courier Tribune - 2 hours ago]
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Difficult budget decisions expected

ASHEBORO — School officials are facing tough financial decisions in the weeks before the new school year begins for students on Aug. 25.Randolph Superintendent Dr. Stephen Gainey said at Monday night’s Randolph County Board of Education meeting that they ... [Published Courier Tribune - 5 hours ago]
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Police search for man found in girl’s bedroom closet

ASHEBORO — Asheboro Police are investigating a home break-in that occurred Friday morning when a nan was found in the bedroom of a young girl in an apartment on Lakeview Road.Asheboro Police Capt. Mark Lineberry confirmed that Paz Vega reported hearing ... [Published Courier Tribune - 9 hours ago]
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Tuesday Law Log 7-22

Asheboro PoliceOn July 20, Kristin Larue, Dunlap Street, reported a breaking and entering at her residence. A suspect broke through a back window and took two televisions, two DVD players, a tablet and all of the food in her cabinets and refrigerator. ... [Published Courier Tribune - 11 hours ago]
First reported 15 hours ago - Updated 15 hours ago - 1 reports

Why we have state-maintained roads

/ / run with Focus logo, 1930s road map, dirt roads and chart of dirt roads that can go with sidebarEditor’s note: The second part of a Focus piece on roads in Randolph County continues today, examining the history of state-maintained roads and the down ... [Published Courier Tribune - 15 hours ago]
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Serendipitous serenade

Added Gravitas, composed of friends Jack Gorham and Richard Johnson, play at Collector’s Antique Mall as part of the Out and About activities held Friday by downtown Asheboro merchants, which were open for business. Gorham says they play occasionally ... [Published Courier Tribune - 15 hours ago]
Entities: Richard Johnson, Mink
First reported 16 hours ago - Updated 16 hours ago - 1 reports

Battle of the Bands competiton replaces parade

ASHEBORO — The Randolph Arts Guild will kick off this year’s Fall Festival with something different.This year there will not be a parade on Friday, Oct. 3. Instead, a concert will be held at Bicentennial Stage in downtown Asheboro and will be headlined ... [Published Courier Tribune - 16 hours ago]
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Susie’s Jam puts dogs center stage

GREENSBORO — Chamberlin wriggled around on Greg Reantillo’s lap, his pink tongue lolling out of his mouth as he whipped his giant head around to catch a glimpse of a passing child.With the enthusiasm of a puppy, the 8-year-old lab-pit bull mix sprang ... [Published Courier Tribune - 16 hours ago]
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Tuesday business briefs 7-22

PGA TOUR, Tempur-Pedic announce relationshipLEXINGTON, Ky. — The PGA TOUR and Tempur-Pedic announced an agreement through 2016 that makes the leading bedding provider an official sponsor of the PGA TOUR. Through the relationship, Tempur-Pedic will receive ... [Published Courier Tribune - 16 hours ago]
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OUR PAST: Anti-Drug Rally, 1990

This picture by Jon Lakey, a photographer with The Courier-Tribune , was taken in Asheboro on June 8, 1990, as residents rallied to rail against the brazen sale of illegal drugs on some street corners in the city. Some of the signs of the times: ‘Read ... [Published Courier Tribune - 16 hours ago]
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Statewide anti-poverty group calls for more money for job training

A new report from a statewide anti-poverty group calls for more money for job training to boost the middle class.The report released Thursday by the North Carolina Justice Center’s Budget & Tax Center warned the state would fall behind others in career ... [Published Courier Tribune - 17 hours ago]
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Say cheese! Goat dairy industry finds niche in Triad

HIGH POINT — As Sammy Gray walks around the barn at Wilderness Trail Dairy in Trinity, a brown goat follows him, her eyes locked on the bottom of his shirt. When he stops to pet another animal, she nibbles on his shirt.“They’re loved,” Gray said, looking ... [Published Courier Tribune - 17 hours ago]
Entities: goat, Dairy, cow, Dairy Industry

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