Yaluba Conteh is the Independence High School PTSA Scholarship recipient for the 2008-2009 school year. Yaluba is a senior and will receive a $500 PTSA scholarship to be used toward college. He would like to pursue a bachelors degree in Counseling Psychology. He has a 3.5577 grade point average and […]
Friday marks the 12th and final edition of Butler High School’s Pawprint Literary Magazine. The Pawprint 2009 Literary Magazine release party and Artists Tea will be held at 1 pm in the Media Center. The award winning Butler jazz band will provide entertainment throughout the event. Because of budget cuts the creative writing class will no longer be offered to students as an elective. […]
On Monday, Judy Griffin of Mint Hill brought this photo by the Mint Hill Times. She said she got it from her aunt, Beulah Ross, about four years ago after Ms. Ross passed away. Griffin said the photo has haunted her ever since because she doesn’t know who it is. She hope one of our […]
You’ve probably driven past the disc golf course at the Park on Fairview in Mint Hill. The well maintained course attracts players from all over the area. But just how do you play disc golf? And what kind of discs are the best to use? Matthews is hosting a free disc golf clinic May 16 […]
Gov. Bev. Perdue announced today additional measures to ensure a balanced budget by June 30. All teachers’ and state employees’ compensation will be reduced by an annualized amount equivalent to 0.5 percent for the remainder of the fiscal year. Each employee will receive 10 hours of flexible time off in exchange.
“North Carolina continues to experience […]
Unless you live in a cave, you are aware of the swine flu that has popped up around the world. In a statement released today, Governor Bev Perdue says North Carolina is prepared if the flu reaches this state. […]