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Ussery, Wilson, Brown go 1-2-3 in bass tournament

Ussery, Wilson, Brown go 1-2-3 in bass tournament

Staff report * Greensboro City Lakes Facebook page GREENSBORO — Nick Ussery, Tommy Wilson and George Brown went 1-2-3 in the second Spring Bass Tournament of the season on Saturday,… Read more »

Travel: Weekend getaway to Millstone 4-H Camp

Travel: Weekend getaway to Millstone 4-H Camp

Adventure included archery, canoeing, fishing, and, of course, Ga Ga Ball By Kevin Spradlin PiedmontPostNC.com * Millstone 4-H Camp website * Millstone 4-H Camp Facebook page ELLERBE — Nestled under… Read more »

Firm unveils proposed trail path through Summerfield

Firm unveils proposed trail path through Summerfield

* Tentative greenway path is ‘not a done deal,’ open house to be scheduled * $3.8 million estimate for 3.7 miles of trail * Town to consider sidewalk connector from… Read more »

Guilford County photo contest accepting entries

Guilford County photo contest accepting entries

Deadline to submit agriculture-related photos is June 29 * Click here to submit an entry GREENSBORO — Guilford County Extension would like to display photos depicting the Agriculture we have… Read more »

Boles, Jones race to Stop, Drop & Roll 5K victory

Boles, Jones race to Stop, Drop & Roll 5K victory

Clark, Hogan notch runner-up finishes * Spark’s Dash video (coming soon) * Complete results * Age group awards * Jones Racing Company photos (coming soon) * Piedmont Post advance coverage  Staff… Read more »

Greenways providing positive economic benefits to NC

Greenways providing positive economic benefits to NC

* Get details on the project * Download the full report and summary brochure * Download infographics * A&Y Greenway details RALEIGH — Greenways provide several positive economic benefits such as… Read more »

Be careful when burning debris in spring

Be careful when burning debris in spring

Wildfire risk typically higher through May; burning debris is No. 1 cause of wildfires RALEIGH – The N.C. Forest Service is urging residents across the state to think safety and exercise… Read more »

Teens, teammates to stage 5K run to crush cancer

Teens, teammates to stage 5K run to crush cancer

Co-race director’s father was diagnosed in Spring 2017 By Kevin Spradlin PiedmontPostNC.com * Online registration * Event Facebook page GREENSBORO — For Northwest Guilford High School junior Meredith Sinkler, Spring… Read more »

Stop, Drop, Roll (and Climb) 5K set for April 7

Stop, Drop, Roll (and Climb) 5K set for April 7

There’s a fair number of hills to ascend in upcoming charity footrace By Kevin Spradlin PiedmontPostNC.com * Register online * Course map * Course records: Men – Gebre Nida (18:37,… Read more »

Coexist with coyotes

Coexist with coyotes

By Melissa McGaw If you live in North Carolina, you’ve probably seen a coyote, or know someone who has. The animal’s unique ability to adapt to a wide range of… Read more »

Practice safety, ethics as turkey season opens next month

Practice safety, ethics as turkey season opens next month

RALEIGH — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s Home from the Hunt campaign reminds hunters to practice safe and ethical hunting as wild turkey season opens April 14 and continues through May 12, preceded by… Read more »

Quest for 41: ‘It is the journey that matters’

Quest for 41: ‘It is the journey that matters’

Hamlet man completes trek to all NC state parks “A fun yet challenging adventure” ATLANTIC BEACH, N.C., Nov. 13, 2016 — Hammocks Beach and Fort Mason state parks comprised the… Read more »

Wind advisory until 11 p.m.

Wind advisory until 11 p.m.

Staff report FROSTBURG — The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory through 11 p.m. Wednesday in the Frostburg area. The affected area includes the West Virginia towns of… Read more »

Deer killed, illegally butchered behind Frostburg home

Deer killed, illegally butchered behind Frostburg home

Staff report FROSTBURG — Officers with the Maryland Natural Resources Police received a tip on Sunday that someone had shot two deer and was butchering them behind a home off state… Read more »

Scholl, Gardner run to Seaboard Festival 5K victory

Scholl, Gardner run to Seaboard Festival 5K victory

Staff report * Preliminary results (PDF) Updated – 10 a.m. 11/1/2015 * Start line video – Ready, set, go! * Official event website * Event Facebook page * Mangum Track Club… Read more »

Offstein holds off Buckbee in XC clash

Offstein holds off Buckbee in XC clash

Horner leads wire to wire Northern girls, Fort Hill boys claim team titles By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Photos – more than 1,700 images * Results * Interstate Classic coverage… Read more »

Play, hard work key themes to Labor Day Parade

Play, hard work key themes to Labor Day Parade

  By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Photo gallery – more than 800 images MOUNT SAVAGE, Md. — Members of youth sports teams, 4-H clubs, the Frostburg Dance Academy and many… Read more »

Runners size up foes at Interstate Classic

Runners size up foes at Interstate Classic

Merritt, Lindsay win Small School division races Boonsboro boys, Smithsburg girls top team standings By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Photo gallery – more than 1,200 images * Results: * Large School… Read more »

McCrory signs Outdoor Heritage Act

McCrory signs Outdoor Heritage Act

RALEIGH — The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission announced today that Gov. Pat McCrory signed into law the Outdoor Heritage Act (House Bill 640), which includes measures to promote wildlife-related… Read more »

Students learn it’s ‘all about the cache’

Students learn it’s ‘all about the cache’

By Ashley-Michelle Thublin Richmond County Schools Richmond County students went on a high-tech treasure hunt as part of the district’s “All about the Cache” TechyKids Summer Camp. This week, students… Read more »

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