Wyatt James Taylor

Josh and Jennifer Taylor or Roxboro announce the birth of a son, Wyatt James Taylor on July 25, 2018 at Duke Regional Hospital in Durham.  Wyatt weighed eight pounds, five ounces.  Granparents are Mike and Teresa Tart of Timberlake, Rose Ta More...

Timberlake Fire and Rescue receives grant

The Timberlake Fire and Rescue has received a US $2,832 fire prevention grant from FM Global, one of the world’s largest commercial property insurers.  More...

Person County Education Foundation announces new scholarship for PHS grads

The Person County Education Foundation is pleased to announce a new scholarship endowment established for Person High School graduates who desire a career within the educational field.  The Rev. L.G. More...

Person County native on Grange executive committee

The youth of the Grange will be on display during the Friday’s opening session of the 2018 National Grange Convention in Stowe, Vermont. More...

Jaxen Corey Stephens

Jay and Whitney Stephens of Roxboro are excited to announce the birth of their son Jaxen Corey Stephens. Jaxon was born Friday, July 27 at Duke University Regional Hospital in Durham and weighed 10-pounds, 6.8 ounces and was 21 inches long.  More...

Arnold Williams joins Million Mile Club

Rougemont Post Office employees and retirees recently gathered to celebrate Hugh “Arnold” Williams, a veteran rural carrier, for joining the Postal Service’s Million Mile Club.  More...

Jaxon Corey Stephens

Jay and Whitney Stephens of Roxboro are excited to announce the birth of their son Jaxon Corey Stephens. Jaxon was born Friday, July 27 at Duke University Regional Hospital in Durham and weighed 10-pounds, 6.8 ounces and was 21 inches long.  More...

Healthcare providers CPR training at PCC

Piedmont Community College is offering an American Heart Association course on Basic Life Support – CPR – for the healthcare provider on Friday, Nov. 16. This course will be held 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. More...

CLASS REUNION

The Bethel Hill Class of 1957 celebrated its class reunion on Saturday, Oct. 13 at the Homestead Steak House. Those attending were: seated left to right - Helen W. Davis, Edith D. Berry, Geneva D. Vaughan, S.T. Wrenn, and C.H. Puryear. More...

Happy 100th birthday

Person County native Sherman Lea celebrated his 100th birthday Friday. Lea is an Army veteran who served as a truck driver in the Asiatic Pacific Theater during World War II. More...

PCC’s cosmetology student awarded scholarship from Great Clips

It was an emotional surprise when Great Clips Franchisee Cathy Dingman announced Faith Horne as one of four 2018 $500 scholarship recipients. More...

Bayada earns performance recognition

Strategic Healthcare Programs has named the Person County Bayada Home Health Care office as a “Premier Performer” in its annual “Best-of-the-Best” awards program.  The data analytics organization bestows the honor on prov More...

CLASS REUNION

Person County High School Class of 1968 celebrated its class reunion on Aug. 24 and 25 at the Roxboro Country Club. Those attending were: seated Larry Johnson, Hasseline F. Crowder, Bobby H. Pettiford, Larry Bass, and James Burton. More...

Local photographers form club

Person County has itself a photography club.  Interested photographers gathered earlier this month at the Person County Senior Center and there was enough interest among those who attended, that the group decided to form an organization.  T More...

Isla Jane Palmer

Russell and Nicole Palmer of Roxboro are excited to announce the birth of their daughter, Isla Jane Palmer.  More...

Jaxon Bentley Seamster

Corey Jack and Alisa Solomon Seamster of Roxboro are excited to announce the birth of their son, Jaxon Bentley Seamster.  Jaxon was born Sunday, Sept. More...

Reunion

The Roxboro High School graduating class of 1951 recently held its 67th reunion. More...

Gray for a Day

We continue to hear how important exercise and physical activity are for everyone, including older adults. For some older adults, getting older seems to involve a loss of strength, energy and vigor.  More...

HONORED

Superior Court Judge Osmond Smith, left, reads from the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, presented to retiring Chief District Court Judge Mark Galloway, right, as Person County Clerk of Court Debbie Barker and Galloway’s wife, Maxine, watch the pro More...

Introduction to Ch’i Kung and T’ai Chi Ch’uan to be held at the Hyco

The Person County Recreation, Arts, and Parks Department will host a class titled “Introduction to Ch’i Kung and T’ai Chi Ch’uan” to be held at the William H. More...

LP commits $250,000 hurricane relief

Louisiana-Pacific Corporation announced last week its commitment of $250,000 to support Hurricane Florence disaster relief efforts in North Carolina.  More...

Yancey, Clayton exchange vows

Miss Robin Michelle Clayton, of Roxboro, became the bride of Palmer Davis Yancey III, also of Roxboro, on Saturday, March 10, 2018.  The double-ring ceremony, held at Mt. Tirzah United Methodist Church in Timberlake, was performed by the Rev. More...

Piedmont Community College to offer Notary Public class

Piedmont Community College’s Notary Public course covers information necessary for students to be able to apply for North Carolina Notary Public commissions. More...

Andrews completes basic training in Texas

U.S. Air Force Airman Kathryn A. More...

Welch, Whitt to be married

Lanny and April Welch of Timberlake are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Holly Leigh Welch, to Taylor Doyle Whitt of Roxboro.  The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Atha Clayton and the late James Clayton and the late Irving More...

Congressman delivers medals to soldier’s family

When Sidney Hawkins returned from World War II, he wasn’t interested in medals. More...

Engagement and wedding announcements are published in Wednesday editions

Engagements and weddings must be submitted on C-T forms by 5 p.m. Wednesday for publication the following Wednesday. Typed or handwritten manuscripts and clippings or forms from other newspapers are not accepted.  More...

Malishchak, Kirby to be wed

Joey and Lynne Kirby are pleased to announce the engagement of their son, Joseph Nelson Kirby III, to Sarah Malishchak.  More...

PCC’s Jody Blackwell selected ACT College and Career Readiness Workforce Champion

Jody Blackwell, Director of Piedmont Community College’s Small Business Center and Customized Training Programs, was selected earlier this year as the ACT College and Career Readiness Workforce Champion in North Carolina.  More...

HONORARY MOTHERS

The 100 Women in White, sponsored by the Honorary Mothers of Compassionate Ministries were recognized in a service held July 29. More...

Sams to participate in Armed Forces Day parade in Poland

Taylor Sams, of Roxboro, was selected to represent the U.S. Army in Warsaw, Poland during its annual Armed Forces Day parade in August.  More...

Malishchak and Kirby exchange vows

Sarah Malishchak and Joseph Nelson Kirby III (Trey) were united in marriage Saturday, Oct. More...

Kellen Mark Williams

Kellen Mark Williams was welcomed into the world Aug. 23, 2018 at WakeMed Women’s Pavillion and Birthplace in Cary.  More...

Roxboro Sertoma Club

The Roxboro Sertoma Club installed club officers for 2018-2020 Aug. 18 at The Homestead Steakhhouse. More...

Autism Society to host Emeralds of Hope second-chance prom

The Person County chapter of the Autism Society of North Carolina is hosting Emeralds of Hope, a second-chance prom, on Sept. 8 from 7-11 p.m. More...

Chamber seeks participants for Leadership Person County program

The Roxboro Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its Leadership Person County class in the coming months, but the application deadline is fast approaching.  More...

Announcements are published in Wednesday editions of The Courier-Times

Engagements and weddings must be submitted on C-T forms by 5 p.m. Wednesday for publication the following Wednesday. Typed or handwritten manuscripts and clippings or forms from other newspapers are not accepted.  More...

VOLUNTEERING

The volunteers for the Food Pantry of Roxboro and Person County are (front row, l-r) Marion Johnson, Nancy Bingman (manager), Hasseline Crowder (assistant manager), Diana Michael, and Annie Torain. More...

Local officers honored by MADD

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) presented local law enforcement officers with appreciation awards Aug. 7 at National Night Out in Timberlake. Pictured are (top photo, l-r) Sgt. Mark Harris, Officer Kenny Fitzsimmons, Ollie C. More...

Food Lion grants funds to Christian Help Center

The Christian Help Center received $2,700 from the Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation just in time to help feed local residents, as the summer is often the most scarce season of the year for food donations.  The money will be used to purchase More...

Person High School to offer CLT course

Starting in spring 2019, Person High School juniors and seniors will be able to take a Certified Logistics Technician course that will lead to three national, industry-recognized credentials.  More...

Deadline approaches for Conservation Reserve Program

The deadline to sign up for enrollment in the Conservation Reserve Program is Friday, Aug. 17.  More...

Rogers, Carlton exchange vows

Andi Leigh Rogers of Roxboro became the bride of Patrick Stanley Carlton of Roxboro on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017 in Roxboro. The Rev. Herbert Brown performed the 5 p.m. double ring ceremony at Concord United Methodist Church.  More...

Cub Scouts earn Arrow of Light award

Cub Scouts from Pack 223, sponsored by Helena United Methodist Church in Timberlake, recently earned their Arrow of Light Award.  More...

Engagement and wedding announcements are published in Wednesday editions of The C-T.

Engagements and weddings must be submitted on C-T forms by 5 p.m. Wednesday for publication the following Wednesday. Typed or handwritten manuscripts and clippings or forms from other newspapers are not accepted.  More...

Kiwanis Club donates to local Boys Scouts

At the July 23 meeting of the Roxboro Kiwanis Club at La Piazza restaurant in Uptown Roxboro, Neal Bowes, on behalf of the Old North State Council of Boy Scouts of America, received a check from the club in support of the scouting program.  More...

NC agriculture cost share funds available

The Person Soil and Water Conservation District is now accepting applications for financial assistance provided through the NC Division of Soil & Water Conservation Agriculture Cost-Share Program and Agriculture Water Resources Assistance Program More...

Cambridge Hills dining services director excels

The dining services director at Cambridge Hills Assisted Living Center has excelled at keeping the facility clean and sterile.  Fred Fox has notched up perfect Health Department scores for 24 of the last 62 inspections. More...

Vaughan joins Piedmont Insurance as agent

Blake McSherry, president of Piedmont Security Insurance Agency, has announced that Sonja B. More...

Former Roxboro resident installed as LaSertoma International president

The Rev. Laura Williams, formerly of Roxboro, was installed as LaSertoma International president at this year’s convention, held July 12-14 in St. Louis, Missouri.  More...