Do you need matching golden peacock statues? A magnifying glass with a lapis lazuli handle? A faux chocolate and strawberry cake under glass? How about a bejeweled Sudanese fez? Or maybe a set of foxy salt and pepper shakers?
During the early portion of the season, Garner Nationals head coach Chris Cook produced an informative, one-page program for every game, complete with stats, bios, results and other pertinent information regarding his talented squad.
Ivy Davis, a local Martial Artist who trains at Redfield Martial Arts in Garner, won two gold medals at the Powerade State Games in Cary recently. His wins came in creative weapons and traditional Korean forms.
Politicians of all parties and persuasions have one thing in common on this year’s campaign trail: All are talking about economic growth. Actually, they’re talking about the lack of robust economic growth and about solutions for making the economy stronger.
The Clayton-based boat Ashley Lauren landed a 621.4-pound blue marlin during the second day of the 58th annual Big Rock Blue Marlin tournament in Morehead City, and it held up through the rest of the week, earning the crew of mostly Clayton and Garner residents the title and a $662,995 pay day.
Princeton High School will name a new athletics director in the coming weeks. The school announced on Tuesday that Marty Gurganus, who has led the Bulldogs’ athletic programs since the 2011-12 school year, has elected to retire.
It’s been three years since there was an American Legion baseball team based in Johnston County, so when the newly constructed Clayton Post 71 Junior American Legion squad fell 8-2 to visiting Wilson Post 13 Thursday night at Corinth Holders High School, the mood was still one of excitement.