• 54°

births

Cailynn Withers Campbell Withers
Twin daughters, Cailynn Marie and Campbell Ayers, were born to Lee and Kelly Withers of China Grove on Nov. 26, 2007, at Carolinas Medical Center-Northeast. Cailynn weighed 6 pounds 1 ounce and Campbell weighed 5 pounds. They have a brother, Carson, 4. Grandparents are Roger and Becky Withers of China Grove and Lonnie and Sandy Weaver of Concord. Mrs. John Ayers Thompson Jr. of Durham is great-grandparent.Jaden Overman
A son, Jaden Dale, was born to Cassidy Marie Brown and Nicholas Dale Overman of Kannapolis on Oct. 6, 2007, at Lexington Memorial Hospital. He weighed 5 pounds, 11 ounces. Grandparents are Alan and Rebecca Buckwell, Tambera Brown and Richard and Carolyn Overman, all of Salisbury, and the late Larry Brown. Great-grandparents are Sonny and Judy West of Rockwell, Jean Myers and Christine Buckwell, both of Salisbury, and Richard and Carolyn Beam.Jayden Watkins
A son, Jayden Gage, was born to Tresa and Will Watkins of Salisbury on Dec. 21, 2007, at Lexington Memorial Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 15.7 ounces. He has a sister, Kailey, 18 months. Grandparents are Patricia Cress of Faith, J.C. Blevins of Cooleemee and Calvin Watkins of Albemarle. Great-grandparents are Mary Ann Atwell and Irvin and Sylvia Casper all of Gold Hill.
Luke Bardinas
A son, Luke Matthew, was born to Carrie and Paul Bardinas of Salisbury on Dec. 6, 2007, at Rowan Regional Medical Center. He weighed 7 pounds, 9.5 ounces. Grandparents are Digna Freirich of Salisbury, Pablo Bardinas of Union City, N. J., Linda and Ronnie Trexler of Gold Hill and Terry Misenheimer of Mitchelville, Iowa. Great-grandparents are James and Donnie Hipp of Rockwell, Virginia Pickler of Salisbury, Bill Misenheimer of Gold Hill, and Jose Pruna and Maria Bardinas of Union City, N.J.

Comments

Comments closed.

High School

North Rowan romps into second round of football playoffs

Nation/World

FBI had interviewed former FedEx employee who killed eight

Crime

Gastonia man sentenced for crash into restaurant that killed his daughter, daughter-in-law

Nation/World

Some call for charges after video of police shooting 13-year-old in Chicago

Business

State unemployment rate falls to 5.2% in March

Coronavirus

NASCAR approach to virus vaccine varies greatly

News

Judge rejects Cherokee challenge against new casino in Kings Mountain

Elections

Jackson tops NC Senate fundraising; Walker coffers also full

Local

Kiwanis Pankcake Festival serves thousands of flapjacks for charity

Coronavirus

Rowan remains in state’s middle, yellow tier for COVID-19 community spread

Crime

Blotter: Man faces sexual exploitation charge for images on Instagram

News

Defendant convicted in attempted murder case on the run after fleeing from trial

Business

Downtown Gateway Building to be renamed for late Paul Fisher

Coronavirus

Rowan County COVID-19 data for April 15

Local

Rep. Warren’s bill would prohibit parking in electric vehicle charging stations

Local

Historic Preservation Commission approves Integro Technologies expansion, Paint the Pavement project

Education

Faith Academy, RSS will negotiate over what goes, stays in elementary school

Crime

Teacher killed in Alamance County shootout with Mexican drug cartel

Coronavirus

Bill would give more tax breaks on COVID-19 loans

Nation/World

No response as divers knock on capsized ship’s hull

Local

Quotes of the week

Crime

Blotter: Man found on church property with litany of drugs

Crime

Man charged in connection to 2019 overdose death

Business

‘It’s our big time’: Salisbury Farmers Market reopens Saturday