January 11, 2018 RSS feed / News

Chesnut, Granade honored by W-WSAR

At the Christmas meeting of the Washington-Wilkes Chapter Sons of the American Revolution, Linda Chesnut (left) and Janet Granade (right) were recognized by president Lou Harris for their service to the chapter during the year.  Chesnut received More...

Cruisers’ fundraising benefits community organizations

At their first meeting of the year on Tuesday, January 2, the Memory Lane Cruisers presented $500 each to the following: Dot Harris representing the Salvation Army; Blake Thompson representing the Wi More...

Little Theater will hold casting call for spring production of ‘The Last Supper’

The Washington Little Theater will present “A Living Portrayal of DaVinci’s The Last Supper” on Palm Sunday weekend, March 23- 25.  More...

BTRL to host three training sessions for new e-book vendor

The Bartram Trail Regional Library System will host training sessions in three locations for Recorded Books Digital, the new vendor of e-books, e-audiobooks, and e-magazines for Georgia Download Destination.  A representative will be at each lib More...

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Benjamin Willis delivered a delicious red velvet cake to J.W. and Bonnie Boatwright from his wife Sarah and him on Thursday, December 21.  More...

W-WCHS’ latest valedictorian is awarded Booker Scholarship

Destiny Favors, a 2017 valedictorian of Washington-Wilkes Comprehensive High School received the Reese J. Booker Scholarship Certificate Award valued at $500.  More...

Victory Baptist sets third Bible Institute to begin January 22

The Victory Baptist Bible Institute will begin on Tuesday, January 22, 2018 for the third year in a row.  This year, the leaders will be teaching a survey course on the Old Testament and will also cover the doctrine of the church (ecclesiology) More...

Wilkes Sunday School Union convenes at Mark’s Tabernacle December 29-31

The Wilkes County Sunday School Union convened with Mark’s Tabernacle Baptist Church December 29-31, 2017, where Rev. Larry Hill served as host pastor and Albert Shank and Arthur Wingfield served as host superintendents.  More...

Health Care Reform Task Force makes recommendations for Ga.

On Monday, Georgia Lt. More...

Kitty Bits

Not good, but what a game!

A fter his super-successful run of A Christmas Carol at the Washington Little Theater, Dr. Stan Coe found time to send out his annual personal newsletter. More...

Dog lovers save 1,000+

Washington-Wilkes DAWGS (Dog Adoption and Welfare Guild Supporters), an independent non-profit foster-based rescue organization for dogs, started saving lives officially in November of 2015. More...

Tignall News

Well, did everyone get rich from eating all those collards and peas for the New Year? You probably just got gas. I still stick by my upbringing from my mother…don’t put anything into your mouth that smells bad. More...