August 31, 2017 RSS feed / News

Where in the world is The News-Reporter...

... seeing the sights, and old friends

Geila, Amanda, and Garvin Aycock, along with Charlie and Betsy Wagner and The News-Reporter were on the train from Venice to Rome. “We had spent three nights in Venice and were getting off the train in Orvieto to go to Geila’s villa. More...

Special visit stirs memories

The King of Rock and Roll himself made a special appearance at PruittHealth Washington last week leaving smiles on the faces of those in attendance. More...

Biggerstaff will discuss Gullah culture at History in the Park lecture series

Local artist and author Pat “Nolia” Biggerstaff will speak on “The Gullah People and their Culture” at the September edition of the Lincoln County Historical Society’s “History in the Park” lecture series, wh More...

RAYLE NEWS

It seems last week’s eclipse created a stir with the animals in Rayle as much as with the residents. Bonnie Boatwright said her rooster (a gift from a friend) began crowing! More...

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Top Ten Movies

1. The Hitman’s Bodyguard (R) Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson  2. Annabelle: Creation (R) Stephanie Sigman, Talitha Bateman  3. Logan Lucky (PG-13) Channing Tatum, Adam Driver  4. More...

Fall Cruise-In is set for September 9 on The Square, 5-8 p.m.

Visitors admire hot rods, classics, antiques and even tractors and motorcycles at the twice-a-year cruise-in and even more will be featured at the Memory Lane Cruisers Fall Cruise-In Saturday, Septem More...

CSRA unemployment rises again during July

The unemployment rate in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) region rose to 5.9 percent in July.  The rate is up two-tenths of a percentage point from 5.7 percent in June. In July 2016, the rate was 6.8 percent.  More...

Barnett Southern gets a tax break with WMH donation

Barnett Southern has joined several other local businesses and individuals who have opted to put their state tax dollars to work in Wilkes County instead of sending their money to Atlanta. More...

Davis recognized for volunteering at Virginia park

Ty Davis of Washington was recognized for 1,000 hours of volunteering to the Martin Station Historic Park in Booneboro, Virginia. More...

Tignall News

The most interesting thing happened when I was sitting out on my back porch observing (but not looking at the sun) the eclipse was a wild turkey walking all the way across our back yard and through the garden. More...

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