September 9, 2010 RSS feed / News

Denard is best tractor driver

On Tuesday August 24th, the Washington-Wilkes FFA Chapter held its local level Tractor Operations and Maintenance Career Development Event. More...

Classes, clubs, sports, news staff in full swing for year at W-WMS

W-WMS is proud to bring its news to our community through this weekly article written by the Tiger News Staff. More...

4-H offers ‘quality experiences’ for students in all Ga. counties

For many, the words “Georgia 4-H” bring to mind club meetings and trips to Rock Eagle, the mountains or the beach for camp. But it’s much more, says a Georgia 4-H program expert.   More...

State Patrol reports seven crashes, six injuries in August

State troopers from the Washington Post of the Georgia State Patrol investigated seven traffic crashes during the month of August in Wilkes County. Sergeant First Class Andrews said the traffic crashes resulted in six injuries. More...

Lundberg News

This Sunday, September 12, a children’s dedication service will be held, and a covered dish fellowship meal will be served at noon. Everyone interested is welcome to attend. More...

Annual session of Third Shiloh Assoc. to convene Sept. 29-Oct. 1

The 119th Annual Session of the Third Shiloh Baptist Association will convene at the Third Shiloh Mission Center, 219 McLendon Drive, Washington, September 29-October 1.   More...

Kindergarten kids visit local BiLo store

Kindergarten students from the Washington-Wilkes Primary School enjoyed a recent trip to BiLo of Washington. More...

RAYLE NEWS

Good news was received by Jim and Karan Newsome Monday of last week when they were contacted by their stepgrandson, Ty D’Avilo. He was well and safe after being reported missing. More...

AWANA ‘Blast-off ’ set September 12 at Tignall Baptist

“Fun.” That’s how most boys, girls, and teens describe AWANA club meetings.   Every AWANA club meeting kicks off in high gear with team and individual competition. More...

Hardy is Teacher of the Year for 2010-11 at primary school

Monica Hardy has been named Washington-Wilkes Primary School’s Teacher of the Year. More...

Club updated on polio efforts

Washington Rotarian Ed Pope III (right) told his fellow club members about the ongoing project of Rotary International to eradicate polio from all countries of the world. More...

Navigation breeds familiarity

Third grade students new to W-W Primary School led Tiffany Ingram, the school’s counselor, around the school. More...

Capitol Hill intern speaks at Rotary meeting

Molly Newsome (left) told members of the Washington Rotary Club about her experiences in Washington, D.C., this summer where she worked as an intern for Congressman Jack Kingston of Savannah. More...

Labor Day holiday results in 13 traffic deaths in Georgia

The Georgia State Patrol investigated 360 traffic crashes over the 78-hour Labor Day holiday travel period. The crashes resulted in 211 injuries and 10 fatalities. More...

Local goat exhibitors compete in second show of the season

Wilkes County 4-H and FFA Market Goat Show Team members are counting down their show dates as they prepare for the State show in October. More...

Harlem park named in honor of Glenn Stephens Phillips

A newly renovated park in Harlem has been named in honor of and in memory of Glenn Stephens Phillips, grandfather of Glenn Phillips of Washington-Wilkes and of Linda Culpepper of Harlem.   More...

Tignall News

There still are many uses for the old Sears Catalog which was once called the Sears, Roebuck and Co. catalog. At Christmas it is called the wish book. Many children have worn out that wish book. More...