September 21, 2017 RSS feed / News

LWREA donates to Community Partnership

Joyce Williams, president-elect of the Lincoln-Wilkes Retired Educators Association (LWREA) presents a check to Amethyst Wynn, Executive Director of Wilkes County Community Partnership. More...

JumpStart parents and kids get to see GreenJackets

The Wilkes County JumpStart Program sponsored an incentive trip for parents and children to an Augusta Green- Jackets Game on August 27. More...

Friends of Library to hear Bob Young at Oct. 12 meeting

The next meeting of the Friends of the Mary Willis Library will be held on October 12 at 3 p.m. in the meeting room of the library. The guest speaker will be Bob Young, author of The Treasure Train and his new book, The Hand of the Wicked.  More...

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RAYLE NEWS

Rev. Jim Newsome visited J.W. and Bonnie Boatwright on Wednesday, September 13. Joyce Fry delivered a delicious lunch to J.W. and Bonnie Boatwright on behalf of Sardis Baptist Church. More...

Senior Wellness Center can help

Kelly Powell (second from right), Director of Out-patient Services for Wills Memorial Hospital, Nancy Williamson (left), Director of the new Senior Wellness Program, and Physical Therapist Jessica Be More...

Shelter provided for Florida evacuees

Washington-Wilkes DAWGS Rescue hosted 14 evacuee dogs from Tampa and Ocala, Florida, during Hurricane Irma last week. More...

Mama leaves legacy of faithfulness ...

The mother of this newspaper died quietly on Saturday evening, September 9, just before Hurricane Irma bore down on Wilkes County demanding all attention last week. More...

CWRT will hear of R.E. Lee next Monday

The nationally prominent Historian of the Richmond (Virginia) Battlefield, Robert E. Lee “Bob” Krick, will present “General Robert E. More...

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Tignall News

This is not Tignall news, but I had to put this in our section because it is too good not to share. Because of the storm and people were being evacuated some were able to find family members to house them. More...