Farmers Market closes out another year
Longtime Dollar Tree manager retires
Anson cheerleaders bring home honors
Breakfast, bike ride support community center
Sturdivant honors late husband with Gumby’s center
- Anson County volunteers brave bad weather for Day of Caring - 4:35 pm
- Beginning of a new tapestry - 1:49 pm
- Law professor rallies Anson Democrats at banquet - 4:27 pm
- Anson Co. Schools bus garage earns top safety ranking - 3:15 pm
- Schools, 4-H teaming up - 12:24 pm
- Ministry: God led us to Wadesboro - 2:16 pm
- Sixth-graders’ move among Anson County Schools’ changes for new year - 12:13 pm
- Parks and Rec registering for basketball - 11:30 am
- UNC law professor to headline Democrat gala - 8:15 pm
- Tillis backs cannabis study bill - 8:11 pm
- New Pee Dee Wildlife Refuge office open for business - 1:52 pm
- Flags of remembrance - 11:40 am
- Pittenger calls for applications to service academies - 10:16 am
- Anson County declares state of emergency - 5:46 pm updated: 5:49 pm.
- Should it stay or should it go? - 2:28 pm
- Young craftsman to compete in world contest - 1:34 pm
- Anson Co. Chamber of Commerce seeks young professionals - 12:47 pm
- South Piedmont Community College seeks input for strategic plan - 12:36 pm
- Longtime realtors honored - 12:30 pm
- Artists sought for Christmas in November - 12:27 pm
- Financial aid workshop offered - 12:23 pm
- Anson Co. elections board aims to increase municipal voting - 11:56 am updated: 12:04 pm.
- Anson County man accused of killing fellow patient - 11:36 am updated: 12:25 pm.
- ‘A way to share my passion’ - 9:21 am
- Detective: Hamlet officer shot at 5 times - 9:45 pm updated: 9:57 pm.
Tillis backs cannabis study bill
ROCKINGHAM — U.S. Senator Thom Tillis is throwing his support behind a federal bill that gives some advocates of medical cannabis hope for the f...
New Pee Dee Wildlife Refuge office open for business
The Anson County Tourism Development Authority attended its monthly meeting on Sept. 12, and it was held at the newly completed Pee Dee Wildlife Refug...
Flags of remembrance
The Anson County courthouse lawn was once again adorned with tiny U.S. flags by Uptown Wadesboro to commemorate those affected by the events of 9/11.J...
Pittenger calls for applications to service academies
CHARLOTTE – Each year, Congressman Robert Pittenger, R-Charlotte, nominates 40 local students for prestigious appointments to the nation’s...
Anson County declares state of emergency
Anson County has declared a state of emergency ahead of Hurricane Irma.Anna Baucom, chairwoman of the Anson County Board of Commissioners, signed the ...
Should it stay or should it go?
With the heightening of the removal of Confederate monuments in the Carolinas, Samuel Clemmons, native of Anson County, contacted the Anson Record abo...
Living his dream: Morven native joins Saudi hoops team
SAFWA, SAUDI ARABIA — Diondre Pratt always dreamed of playing professional basketball. Now, he is, and is enjoying traveling the world.Pratt, 22...
Benny Parsons forever remembered as he’s inducted into NASCAR Hall of Fame
CHARLOTTE — Benny Parsons didn’t want the people to forget about him.Before the former NASCAR driver and analyst passed away from his batt...
Bearcats split games at Richmond
ROCKINGHAM — The Anson County boys and girls varsity basketball teams split their season openers last Tuesday, Nov. 29, when they traveled to Ro...
Middle-school Anson Bearcats win football conference championship
The Anson Middle School Bearcats finished up their historic season Nov. 16 by defeating Spring Hill Middle School and winning the conference champions...
Johnson inducted in Fayetteville State University Athletic Hall of Fame
Former Bowman High School student athlete Richard Johnson was inducted in the Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 28 at Fayetteville State University.At Fay...
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Name-calling: The hurt goes both ways
The best name calling I ever took was “Close, Mr. Smith, but you never hit the mark,” as I read the upside down D+ on my English paper. My...
A salute to Anson County
There is the story of a poet who came to Anson County to write poems and sing songs in the schools. He loved living here so much that he decided to mo...
Making memories at Robert’s pond
I suppose a lot of people wouldn’t consider spending time fishing as a way of making memories with your family. If that’s true, then I sup...
Tales of a revenuer: Hunting down and catching bootleggers
ABC officers — or old-time revenuers — regard the secret making and selling of illegal whiskey not as a criminal offense, but as a tax vio...
4 books, 4 struggles for October reading
Could a miracle hair straightening ignite a deadly epidemic? Can a scientist persuade you that the findings of his discipline show the existence of Go...
TAR HEEL VIEW: To honor Constitution, Congress should raise bar for legal footnotes
Congress could do more than pay lip service to the U.S. Constitution on the 230th anniversary of its signing this past Sunday.If they’re serious...
On reform, quicken the pace
The annual testing data and report cards for North Carolina’s public schools are out. Here are the headlines. Achievement rose in some areas and...
LETTER: Anson’s Confederate monument should stay
To the editor: I am a new subscriber to your paper, a native of Olive Branch, Union County, and a son of the South. I am very disappointed by your art...
Constitution can’t restrain all overreach
As we make our way through Constitution Week, we will undoubtedly hear the parchment’s praises, how it is the document that gives us in the U.S....
Campuses ought not breed contempt
RALEIGH — Republicans and conservatives are growing more doubtful about the notion that higher education is a constructive social institution. A...
‘Cold Mountain’ 20 years later
“It was not a book that required following from front to back, and Inman simply opened it at random, as he had done night after night in the hos...