May 17, 2018 RSS feed / News

Offering free business assistance

Rick McMurtrey (left), an Area Director for the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center told the Washington Rotary Club about how his service offers consulting, information, and other More...

Patriots Callaway, Fluker remembered with grave markings

The Washington-Wilkes Chapter Sons of the American Revolution (W-WSAR) and the Kettle Creek Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (KCDAR) held two grave marking ceremonies on May 5, 2018, to honor Patriot John Callaway and Patriot Owen Fluker. More...

Sunday School Union convenes at New Ford

The Wilkes County Sunday School Union convened with New Ford Baptist Church from April 27-29, where Rev. James White Jr. served as host pastor and Rev. More...

Kitty Bits

Are trout stockings fishnets?

This week we got a call from a relative of ours, Andy Greene, who lives in Lawrenceville. More...

RAYLE NEWS

Preston and Joyce Fry attended their grandson’s high school graduation last weekend in Maryville, Tennessee. They were joined by their son, Jeremiah Fry, and they had a wonderful visit with family and friends. More...

Tignall News

Mother’s Day seems to get people to church on Sunday. That’s good! There were lots of children down front with my children’s sermon. More...

Freedom Fireworks Extravaganza needs sponsors for show on July 3

Sponsors are needed for the annual Freedom Fireworks Extravaganza to be held on The Square in Washington July 3.  More...

Bethany Furr is winner of first Ashton Andrews memorial scholarship

On April 16, 2017, the Briarwood Academy Class of 2023 lost a dear member of its group with the tragic passing of Ashton Andrews. More...

Second graders get exciting equine education

Second grade students at Washington-Wilkes Primary School would love to give a huge thanks to Hannah Barker and her mom, Dr. Samantha Canup. Dr. More...

City swimming pool will open on May 26; lessons to be offered

The Reese Booker Park city swimming pool will open in Washington on Saturday, May 26, and will continue to be open Tuesdays through Fridays from noon-5 p.m. and from noon-6 p.m. More...

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