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Education Shoutouts

Isenberg Elementary Good Citizens

The following students were selected as good citizens for the month of March.

Pre-Kindergarten – Faith Redman

Kindergarten – Xia Benton, Kanaiyah Crump, Ariadna Flores Simon, Kingston Gomillion, Lola Metcalf, Carlos Phillips, Landyn Reed, Kennedy Young

First grade – Andy Ortiz Banegas, Alexia Cagle, Ronald Castro-Giron, Christopher Foley, Jayden Hendry, Jhya Lloyd, P. J. McClung, Mariela Navarro, Gabriela Oliva-Rodas

Second grade – Ashley Aguilar, Aliyiah Callandret, Jaylan Chambers, Kendrick Cornelius, Valerie Escobar, Tristan Myers, Jaylyn Smith, Drekwon Young

Third grade – Nayeli Carcamo Martinez, Griffin McNeely, Lesly Reyes, Talik Robinson, Miracle Shavers

Fourth grade – Alex Diaz, Asriel Mauney, Donald Moore, Jasmine Ramsey, Natavia Reid, Lee Vaughters

Fifth grade – Saniyah Beard, Adriana Blakeney, Syrus Duren, Alexia Hernandez, Roselin Perdomo, Comfort Rodriguez


Millbridge Elementary Good Citizens

The following students were selected as good citizens for the month of March.

Kindergarten – Caitlyn Andrews, Holden Bancroft, Kenneth Loder, Kalia Mackin, Dallas Bost, Wyatt Weatherup, Elizabeth Burleson, Kimi Martin

First grade – Madison Holden, Carly Perkins, Carlos Landaverde, Ivy Vinson, Ella Southard, Christopher Bautista,  Zoey Bost, Eli Guffey

Second grade – Emily Ruiz, Kevin Cruz, Skyler Canup, Marshal Faw, Hada Tamayo, Sam Lord, Taylor Hammond, Ben Bolick

Third grade – Nate Good, Landon Young, Avery Crowell, Andrew Helmbold, Charlie Menius, Jakobe Gardner, Dexter Watson, Michael Darby

Fourth grade – Jacob Saine, Amelia Stanton, Christopher Morales, Gracie Sipe, Jesse Rinehardt, Tyler Atwell, Martin Whitson, Emma Berg

Fifth grade – Carter Sheets, Aurora Palacios, Jaden Helms, Blake Wojciechowski, Dawsyn Williams, Holley Brady, Joseph James, Lauren Haynes


Landis Elementary Citizens of the Month

The following students were selected as citizens of the month for March.

Kindergarten – Azarianna Bowles, Kyrsten Goodman, Ethan Wing, Christine Wilhoit

First grade – Haleigh Fontaine, Tiffany Sorenson, Mahkya Livingston, Colson Luther

Second grade – Jeffrey Salyers, Trinity Gardner, Logan Eldreth, Jewel Patterson

Third grade – Teagan Salamone, Victoria Chao, Hunter Black, Jeffrey Miller

Fourth grade – Mitchell Rodgers, Amy Mata Escalona, Lennyn Arellanes Lorenzo, Jose Gavidia Cea

Fifth grade – Emily Villamar, Toby Moss, Kayla Carter, Gabby Miller


Salisbury resident earns degree from Western Governors University

Pamela Orbison of Salisbury graduated from Western Governors University with a master’s degree in management and strategy.



Board of elections discusses upgrading voting machines, making precinct changes


Lawmakers finalize how state will spend COVID-19 funds


Salisbury Station one of several ‘hot spots’ included in NCDOT rail safety study


Essie Mae Kiser Foxx appeal denied, school considering options


Iredell County votes to move Confederate memorial to cemetery


Lara Trump may have eyes on running for a Senate seat


Rowan among counties in Biden’s disaster declaration from November floods


PETA plans protest at Salisbury Police Department on Friday


Essie Mae Kiser Foxx appeal denied, charter revoked


29 new positives, no new COVID-19 deaths reported


Blotter: Woman charged with drug crimes


Nesting no more: Eagles appear to have moved on from Duke’s Buck Station


The Smoke Pit leaving downtown Salisbury for standalone building on Faith Road



High School

High school football: Hornets’ Gaither set the tone against West


Salisbury to show off new fire station


Livingstone College to host virtual Big Read events this month


City makes some appointments to local boards, holds off on others to seek women, appointees of color


Education briefs: RCCC instructor honored by Occupational Therapy Association


Second quarter financial update shows promising outlook for city’s budget


Genia Woods: Let’s talk about good news in Salisbury


City attorney will gather more information for Salisbury nondiscrimination ordinance


North Hills planning to hold May fundraiser in person

East Spencer

Developers aim to transform former Dunbar School site into multi-purpose community development