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HIGH POINT — Kobe Streeter could never have guessed that some unsteady footsteps on the lacrosse field would lead to four major surgeries. Read more

HIGH POINT — The Southwest Guilford High School jazz band played on as more than 100 student… Read more

HIGH POINT – Gwen Brayton is remembered as a devoted wife and mother with a keen artistic eye. Read more

GUILFORD COUNTY — After less than six months on the job, the director of the Guilford County… Read more

HIGH POINT – Residents who stayed in town for the Memorial Day weekend will have plenty of o… Read more

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HIGH POINT — Commuters along Main Street Friday morning sounded their horns as they clapped,… Read more


WAXHAW – Marvin Ridge made just a couple more plays than Ledford. And, in the end, that was the difference. Read more

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HIGH POINT – After completing his first round in the HPGA Memorial golf tournament, Anthony Baker spent several minutes working on his technique on Blair Park’s practice green. Read more


KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Brett Eibner capped Kansas City's seven-run ninth inning with a game-ending RBI single, lifting the Royals to a stunning 8-7 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Saturday. Read more

CONCORD — Joey Logano has shown he has a pretty good feel for the track at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Read more



JAMESTOWN — For special-needs students, prom season can be a discouraging chapter of their lives — just one more not-so-subtle reminder that they are different from their fellow classmates. Read more

HIGH POINT — Next week’s gala celebrating the 50th anniversary of the High Point Historical Society will not only look back at the organization’s first 50 years, but also lay the foundation for looking ahead to the next 50 years. Read more

TRIAD — Shared Radiance Theatre will conclude its 2015-16 season of semi-professional Read more

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HIGH POINT — An empty grass lot behind Bless Your Nest Home Store got store manager Heather Maness thinking. Could she turn it into a community garden? Read more

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HIGH POINT — Fifteen years ago, Bill Millis and his siblings didn’t fully understand the dangers of exposure to the sun. They knew it carried a risk, he says, but they didn’t appreciate just how great that risk could be. Read more

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HIGH POINT — Who could’ve known the Roy B. Culler Jr. Senior Center would age so gracefully? Read more


High Point City Council is considering reducing funding for local arts groups and other nonprofit agencies in next year’s budget and Guilford Commissioners have eliminated such funds for next year. What’s your view? Email your thoughts to (include full name and city) or… Read more

Fortunately for now, the list is short. But for some, that doesn’t provide comfort. Members of the American military all around the world continue to die in service of their country. And their families mourn their lost loved ones. Read more


U.S News and World Report just reported Hillary Clinton’s speaking fee earnings since she left office at the end of 2012. Remember, she has been running for president since April of 2015. So in two years, she has earned $22.6 million in speaking fees from big businesses and banks, who paid h… Read more


As editor of The High Point Enterprise Opinion pages, I love a good controversy. When folks in our area, around the state and across the nation are battling back and forth over an issue, the give-and-take generally generates high numbers of letters for or against the issue, often addressing … Read more

The new 13th Congressional District offers High Point a unique opportunity. This new district covers much of Guilford County. All of High Point is included plus parts of Greensboro. This means that High Point has the ability to elect a member of Congress. We could no longer be a stepchild to… Read more

It’s a difficult time to be a Republican right now, with the way that we have run ourselves into constant political muck with the way that our party leaders persistently endorse incredibly controversial issues that, quite frankly, don’t matter and the endorsement of those issues tend to pain… Read more

Community Columnists

I am in charge of an awards program that we hold at school twice a year. The program is designed to honor students with the highest academic average in their classes. Due to the snow and ice we had earlier, we decided to combine the programs and only have one this year. Read more

This Memorial Day weekend moves me to a state of gratefulness. As I anticipate the lines of active duty military and veterans marching past me in the parade, I reflect on how their lives affect mine. For over two centuries our military, both on our soil and abroad, have bravely faced danger,… Read more

This week’s column covers two events — the 16th annual High Point MS Luncheon and the annual (43rd I think) Qubein Scholarship Foundation Luncheon. The luncheons are both inspirational and uplifting as challenges in lives are fought with courage and optimism, Read more