- Worker fatally electrocuted by power line in Anson County
- Anson County sheriff: ‘Some gave all’
- Wingate grads told to ‘change the world’
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- HOLLA! hosts pastors’ breakfast
- Anson tourism boosters talk paddle trail, branding county
- Lilesville student makes dean’s list
- Morven Las Amigas chapter begins literacy program
- Morgan honored with Smart Start service award
- Top 10 nutrition trends for 2016
- Peachland-Polkton honors students
- Three Wadesboro men arrested on narcotics charges
- Berry: ‘Safety…is so important’
- Anson County Chamber of Commerce announces golf tournament winners
- Brody picked for GOP National Committee
- Richmond County man charged with injuring cop, stealing from Wadesboro Walmart
- Anson, Richmond county Cub Scouts race at Pinewood Derby
- Wadesboro fallen officer memorial May 18
- Uptown Wadesboro discusses promoting businesses
- Anson County Relay for Life event draws crowd
- Wadesboro Rotary Club honors first responders
- Anson County commissioners consider Agri-Civic Center design, tax increase
- RoboWolves set team record
- Anson County farmers, North Carolina researchers compare wheat trials
- Toler named editor of the Anson Record
- Anson County commissioners agree to review anti-coal ash resolution
- Anson Record rolls out new website
- Partnership for Children celebrates 20 years
- Report: Gastonia man intoxicated during gunfight with deputy
- Ansonia preps for dark comedy
- Residents speak out about fire department
- Raising the ‘Dead:’ ‘Evil Dead’ fan reconstructs iconic shed
- High-schoolers attend motivational retreat at HOLLA Center
- Peachland’s rich history buried in 2045 time capsule
- Sen. Tom McInnis visits Peachland-Polkton Elementary
- Morven’s Las Amigas chapter celebrates Founders Day
- Beloved barber James Flowers honored for life’s work
- Escaped Brown Creek inmate captured in Rowan County
- Murder convict dies in ‘apparent suicide’ at Lanesboro prison
- To renovate or rebuild? Wadesboro Fire Department seeks public input on funding
- Anson chamber, Wadesboro reschedule Christmas parade
- Anson commissioners eye zoning rules, defend landfill from complaints
- Peachland-Polkton Elementary receives flag from Gov. Pat McCrory
- Pee Dee Wildlife Refuge welcomes Anson elementary students
- Small Grains Field Day slated next Tuesday in Peachland
- Hildreth’s widow sought pension after his death in Mexican-American War
- Church honors former Anson County NAACP president’s daughter
- Lindsey Chapel Fairview Church of God celebrates Pink Sunday
- Spring into a stress-free retirement with Social Security
- Win or lose, it’s how you play the game that counts
Morgan honored with Smart Start service award
A longtime employee of the Anson County Partnership for Children was honored for her service during a Smart Start event May 4.Lily “Bonnie”...
Peachland-Polkton honors students
Sadie Shaver | For the RecordPeachland-Polkton Elementary School held its Terrific Kids celebration for the second nine weeks on March 22. Pictured ar...
Three Wadesboro men arrested on narcotics charges
Three men were arrested on drug charges last month, according to the Wadesboro Police Department.Derrick Leonard Boggan, 40, Godfrey Montez Little, 36...
Berry: ‘Safety…is so important’
More than a dozen companies received gold safety awards from North Carolina Commissioner of Labor Cherie K. Berry during a ceremony Monday evening.Ber...
Anson County Chamber of Commerce announces golf tournament winners
The Anson County Chamber of Commerce held its 16th annual Chamber Open on April 22 at Twin Valley Country Club.With teams booked and many volunteers l...
Anson’s Justice Leak takes 3rd in state wrestling tourney
Anson High School senior Justice Leak said his third-place finish in the state wrestling championships didn’t sink in right away.“Glamour ...
McHenry siblings bag birds in youth turkey hunt
Courtesy photoJennifer McHenry shot one of the three turkeys claimed during the youth turkey hunt at the Pee Dee Wildlife Refuge on April 2.Courtesy p...
Youth fishing rodeo set April 16 at Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge
The Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge will host its annual youth fishing rodeo on Saturday.The event is jointly presented by the wildlife refuge and Fr...
Chamber Open golf tourney set April 16; sign up by April 13
The 16th annual Anson County Chamber Open will be held Friday, April 22 at the Twin Valley Country Club. Deadline for entering the captain’s cho...
Anson Middle basketball, wrestling teams, spelling bee winners recognized
Dozens of children were recognized at the Anson County Board of Education meeting March 21.The room was packed beyond seating capacity for the first p...
Chicks 101: 4-H program teaches life cycle
Recently, 555 second grade students throughout Richmond County public schools participated in the 4-H School Enrichment Curriculum, “Hatching in...
Remembering my Uncle Johnny
John F. Bolton, my Dad’s brother, was born Apr. 17th in the year of 1917. He was the knee baby of three brothers and had been named after his gr...
A firebrand North Carolinian and the president’s wife
One more question before we forget about the Black History Month just ended: How did President Franklin Roosevelt’s 1938 visit to the University...
Uptown Wadesboro fall fest draws costumed crowd
Dozens of people attended the annual fall festival in Wadesboro on Saturday.Costumed children trick-or-treated at local businesses, played games, visi...
Cub Scouts to recycle electronics
PEACHLAND — Cub Scout Pack 530 is hosting an electronics recycling drive on Saturday, Nov. 7.From 9 a.m. to noon, residents and business owners ...
Maxwell, Fuller welcome baby boy
Ashley Maxwell and Michael Fuller, of Morven, welcomed son Makel Ashtun Fuller on July 6, 2015 at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst, N....
The story of my ancestors
My great-great-great-grandparents were Asberry Bailey and his wife, Mary Pauline Haire Bailey.Asberry was born in about 1822 in Anson County and died ...
The next big high-tech product: Why Concord?
Why would Alevo, a European company seeking to develop and manufacture a powerful groundbreaking battery, choose Concord, N.C., as the site of its ope...
Opioid abuse: A national epidemic
Right now, opioid abuse and addiction are spreading across our country at an alarming rate. At this very moment, roughly 6.5 million Americans are abu...
Working together to defeat drug addiction
Our community faces a drug epidemic few know about.According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 6.5 million Americans abuse prescrip...
Keeping Gitmo open is vital to national security
At a time when we are fighting terrorism and the American people’s number one concern is national security, President Barack Obama is doubling d...