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We are your neighbors. We are people who have a unique instinct to inform others. And we just can't shut off that valve because we're retired or on to other things. So we've formed our own newspaper organization to fill in gaps in our local communication network.

There are many sources for information out there, but we want to be one you can count on for information. We go to the source. We verify so you don't have to, organize material so you don't have to, bring stories to you so you don't have to look for them. 

It's what we've done for years and what we're doing again with this hyper-local weekly newspaper and this free website. We're bringing back many of the things you enjoyed reading in the heyday of newspapers. Community stuff. Local stuff. Stuff that matters. Stuff you can't find anywhere else, all in one place. And we even package and deliver what we find right into your mailbox.

We are from here. We live and play here. We KNOW here. We are you.

Randolph Countians, we heard you say this is something you want and the county needs. We put together a team of people you have trusted for decades to answer the call. It's now up to you to decide the fate of this project. 

If as a community you decide not to back what we're offering, at least no one can say we didn't give it our best shot. But we're hopeful and optimistic that you can't wait to see what comes next, and we will do what we can to make sure you don't regret that decision.


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New business park will also benefit Randleman

Randleman will also see benefits from the newly planned I-74 industrial Center, a 160-acre site at the interchange of Interstate 74 and U.S. Highway 311.

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'This feels like Maria'

Just five years after Hurricane Maria, Hurricane Fiona devastates Puerto Rico once again. Lorraine Trotter writes about the impact of the current storm on the friends she made there in 2018.

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George Harrison spotted in downtown Asheboro

George Harrison, a former cameraman for WFMY-TV in Greensboro, was busy on Sunset Avenue in Asheboro last week testing camera lenses. 

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Getting flag waving above Mountain Top, and what that means

Tom Jordan spoke recently about the importance of the American flag.

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Bluegrass radio show gets a new host

Coleridge's Julie Brown is the new host for the radio program “Bluegrass Saturday Night,” stepping in for her friend Tommy Edwards, who passed away in 2021.

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Asheboro to rename gym for Coach Martin Smith

Asheboro High will rename its gym after long-time coach Martin Smith, the school announced. Meanwhile, fall sports matchups continue at the county's high schools.

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Cougars, Wildcats roll in slim schedule

In a light schedule for a September Friday night, Southwestern Randolph rolled over Asheboro and Eastern Randolph blanked West Stanly. 

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Sports schedule

Here are the high school sports schedules for the next two weeks.

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Blood drive to support the military to be held Oct. 5

The county's Blood Drive to support our service men and women will be held Oct. 5 at the National Guard Armory on Fayetteville Street in Asheboro.

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Larry Penkava: Making history takes time

Last week wasn't the first time I'd slipped into the role of accidental historian. Indeed, my professorial days go back at least 20 years. 

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Warren Dixon: Cleaning out closets is easy … or so I've heard

There are those, I'm told, who change their closets according to the weather…

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78th Craven Family Reunion to be held Sunday

 The Craven Family reunion will mark its 78th year with its in-person gathering this year scheduled this Sunday, Oct. 2, at 12:30 p.m.

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