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DAVIDSON COUNTY — The Davidson County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously at its first regular April meeting to approve a pay adjustment for the different tiers of experience within the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office.

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THOMASVILLE — Investigators are trying to determine what caused a ferocious fire that burned a house to its foundation in Thomasville on Sunday.

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DAVIDSON COUNTY — Members of the Davidson County Schools Board of Education discussed hypothetical situations surrounding graduation ceremonies for local schools at their most recent regular meeting.

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THOMASVILLE — The grand opening of a new thrift store in downtown Thomasville will mark the culmination of the effort of three sisters who are hoping to add value to the community they grew up in.

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WALLBURG — Nearly four years after they walked out of the Davidson County Courthouse, convicted of second-degree murder, Molly Corbett and Thomas Martens walked out of that same courthouse Wednesday to return home on secured bond.

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Chloe Everhart delivers a pitch during Wednesday’s home game against South Rowan. She pitched a complete game for the Panthers, who notched a 9-3 victory over the Raiders. Everhart surrendered five hits and struck out five on her way to the win, which improved Ledford to 5-1 on the season. S…

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THOMASVILLE — The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Davidson County are excited to announce they are now taking applications for the 2021 Summer Day Camp program. The camp will run for 10 weeks, starting on June 7 and ending on Aug. 12. The camp hours will be from 7:15 a.m. to 5:15 p.…

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THOMASVILLE — Charlie Brown had seen enough. The Ledford coach stopped his team as it came in from the field after the second inning and said a few choice words.

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WALLBURG — A statement from the sister of a deceased Irish businessman claims the office of Davidson County District Attorney Garry Frank has offered Molly Corbett and Thomas Martens a plea deal in hopes of avoiding a second trial.

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THOMASVILLE — For Thomasville football, winning the turnover battle has equated to winning games.

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THOMASVILLE — Davidson-Davie Community College checked off a series of goals for this season on Monday, as the Storm came away with a 90-67 victory over Fayetteville Tech, avenging a loss earlier this season.

DAVIDSON COUNTY — As North Carolina continues through a reopening plan that has been defined by restrictions and executive orders invoked due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the state has seemingly seen a U-shaped recovery economically.

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WALLBURG — Approaching the end zone Friday night, Ledford quarterback Nathan Carr appeared to have a tie game within his reach.

THOMASVILLE — A former High Point Police Department officer will be released from federal custody to at-home detention while awaiting trial for her role in the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection because she doesn’t constitute a danger to the public, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.

THOMASVILLE — Local businesses and retailers across the city will now welcome more customers after Gov. Roy Cooper’s most recent executive order went into effect Friday afternoon.

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WALLBURG — Ledford softball was able to bounce back from its first loss of the season Wednesday in dominant fashion, as the Panthers silenced Salisbury, 8-0.