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Gotta’ Run: It’s time to get outside and here’s why

The wet weather of the winter and cold temperatures always make me look forward to spring. Just in the last couple of weeks, the longer ... Read more

16 hours ago by David Freeze.

Doug Creamer column: Your father’s love

By Doug Creamer I remember the day my wife called me and told me about a kitten that had been left in the bushes at ... Read more

16 hours ago by Post Lifestyles.

High school, college sweethearts marry nearly 50 years later

By Susan Shinn Turner For the Salisbury Post As an eighth-grader, Nancy Crews caught classmate Fred Dula’s eye. “Gosh she’s cute!” Fred remembers thinking. The ... Read more

16 hours ago by Post Lifestyles.

Library Notes: Get moving outside

By Paul Birkhead Rowan Public Library Whenever the month of March comes around, I start letting myself believe we’ve made it through another winter. I ... Read more

16 hours ago by Post Lifestyles.

Register now for 4-H presentation and talent competitions

By Laura Allen N.C. Cooperative Extension Do you have a child ages 5-18 (as of Jan. 1) that you would like to get engaged in ... Read more

16 hours ago by Post Lifestyles.

Darrell Blackwelder column: Trees to avoid

Without a doubt, trees are a coveted aspect of our landscape. They provide shade, flowers, fall color, food for wildlife, barriers and design concepts. But ... Read more

16 hours ago by Darrell Blackwelder.

Ester Marsh column: When you don’t use it, you lose it

It’s so good to see people coming back! Many have had their vaccinations and feel more comfortable getting out and about. Unfortunately, many didn’t exercise ... Read more

16 hours ago by Ester Marsh.

Kristy Woodson Harvey: The joy of unexpected snow days

Kristy Woodson Harvey For the Salisbury Post The Rowan County School System will be closed due to weather. In my teenage years, that phrase on ... Read more

16 hours ago by Post Lifestyles.

Ann Farabee column: The failure

By Ann Farabee That F in geometry did not look good. Nor did the D in Driver’s Education. I was a failure. I was a ... Read more

16 hours ago by Post Lifestyles.

Amy-Lynn Albertson column: Rowan County Salute to Agriculture

By Amy-Lynn Albertson N.C. Cooperative Extension Is non-GMO, gluten-free, antibiotic-free, fat-free milk better than regular milk? Are “all-natural” corn chips better for you? Does anyone ... Read more

16 hours ago by Post Lifestyles.

Together at last: High school, college sweethearts marry nearly 50 years later

By Susan Shinn Turner For the Salisbury Post As an eighth-grader, Nancy Crews caught classmate Fred Dula’s eye. “Gosh she’s cute!” Fred remembers thinking. The ... Read more

16 hours ago by Post Lifestyles.

Decision on Essie Mae charter appeal expected Thursday

EAST SPENCER — A decision on the fate of Essie Mae Kiser Foxx Charter School is expected today when the State Board of Education will ... Read more

4 days ago by Carl Blankenship.

Waterworks schedules 2021 Summer ARTventures

Waterworks Visual Arts Center has announced its 2021 Summer ARTventures, Reimagined. Weeklong classes for youth ages 4-18 will begin on June 14, in, out and ... Read more

6 days ago by Staff Report.

Darrell Blackwelder column: Water-logged fescue

The overabundance of rainfall this fall and winter have made our cool-season fescue lawns look pretty bad, especially those that were reseeded. Areas that were ... Read more

1 week ago by Darrell Blackwelder.

39th annual K12 student exhibitions go virtual

Waterworks Visual Arts Center is hosting the 39th annual and first virtual Celebrating Young Artists Exhibition Series, which will be on view through May 15. ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Report.

Ann Farabee column: COVID vaccine

By Ann Farabee 7:45pm. It had arrived. COVID vaccine No. 1 was underway. It had been a journey to get to this point. After signing ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Lifestyles.

Gotta’ Run: Balance your dominant and weaker side for best exercise

Over the years of running and coaching, I get asked a lot of questions. One of my favorites goes something like this, “I’ve noticed that ... Read more

1 week ago by David Freeze.

Ester Marsh column: What to expect when getting vaccinated for COVID-19

It’s a big conversation right? To get the vaccine or not? I am not kidding, I was a bit afraid of it being available so ... Read more

1 week ago by Ester Marsh.

Denise Foutz: Recollections from Correll Park

By Denise Foutz It was called Correll Park, not far from St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.   My mother said all the houses in our neighborhood ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Lifestyles.

Library Notes: History Room adds new resources

By Gretchen Witt Rowan Public Library The History Room has just received a lovely volume from the Concordia Lutheran Church. Full of photographs, this book ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Lifestyles.

Frank Ramsey inducted into the NC Military Veterans Hall of Fame

Frank Ramsey thought Salisbury was a great place to grow up, with lots of activities for youngsters, like Little League and Pony League baseball. All ... Read more

1 week ago by David Freeze.

The proper way to prune crape myrtles

In the spring as the weather changes, many are concerned about pruning crape myrtles. Hacking the tops of crape myrtles has become a common practice ... Read more

1 week ago by Darrell Blackwelder.

Toi Degree column: Nutrition and frozen foods

During each month, there are usually several special days, holidays, awareness weeks and observances. March serves as the perfect time to learn more about health ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Lifestyles.

Doug Creamer column: DECA Club

By Doug Creamer High schools offer some great clubs for students. There is FBLA for business, FFA for agriculture, HOSA for health occupations, and my ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Lifestyles.

Doug Creamer column: Looking up to elders

By Doug Creamer I had lunch with some of my family the other day. My nephew, who is moving his family from Montana to North ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Morgan Watts column: Auxin training sessions

By Morgan Watts N.C. Cooperative Extension As most have heard, the recently approved federal labels for dicamba-containing products labeled for over-the-top use to dicamba-tolerant cotton ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

Musician, singer Destiny Stone embraces online performances to connect with fans

SALISBURY — The previous year hasn’t been easy for performers of any kind, but it’s been particularly tough for musicians and singers like Destiny Stone, ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Josh Bergeron.

Ann Farabee column: Mark my word

By Ann Farabee His name was John Mark, but we call him by his last name — Mark. He was younger than those he hung ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Lifestyles.

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