August 17, 2017 RSS feed / News

‘Be Kind to Humankind’ week seeks blood donations Aug. 24

The fourth week in August is “Be Kind To Humankind Week.” Established in 1988, “it is basically a week of reflection and kind thoughts of others to make this world a better place.” Of course, kindness is something many of us e More...

OSY participants learn about worksite protocol

The Wilkes County Community Partnership (WCCP) WIOA-ORBIT Program sponsored a Worksite Protocol Workshop last Friday at the Wilkes County courthouse for Out-of-School Youth participants. More...

Tells of special ministry in Haiti

Representing Bethlehem Ministries, Trey Scott told the Washington Rotary Club about missionary work conducted there, including many people from Washington, in support of education and schools in Terr More...

Wildlife Habitat Management Field Day

Are you interested in Wildlife Management? Do you want to know how to properly implement wildlife management techniques on your property? More...

RAYLE NEWS

Wright and Amanda Gunter and Lexi and Harley Moon attended a cookout in Thomson on Saturday, August 5, in honor of Jim Sanders and Jennifer Champagne, who were both celebrating birthdays. More...

Don’t let the excitement eclipse viewing safety

On the afternoon of August 21, Wilkes County residentrs will have the opportunity to share in the experience of seeing the summer afternoon sky darken as the moon’s shadow covers the sun, and they are excited. More...

Auditions for A Christmas Carol begin this Sunday

The Washington Little Theater will hold auditions for its production of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol on Sunday, August 20, at 3 p.m. and Tuesday, August 22, at 7 p.m.  More...

Hand-washing fights disease

For many children, heading back to school in the fall often means heading back to the world of sniffles, sneezes and coughs.  When hundreds of students come together in the same building for the start of the school year, germs and viruses will b More...

‘Hunt and Learn’ programs teach the basics, offer hands-on opportunities

Deer, squirrel, turkey, quail, rabbit – all huntable species in Georgia. But, do you know how to hunt them? More...

Tignall News

As I came home from church Sunday I started thinking about how good some fried chicken would taste. Haven’t had any in a few years, but I do remember that’s what we had most Sundays when we were growing up. More...