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Plenty of baseball talent came from here

Bill Slaton told Washington Rotary Club members about Wilkes County’s Milton Callaway, who could throw a 110-mph fastball on the baseball diamond. More...

Cub Scouts get the year started

At back-to-school day at the Washington-Wilkes Primary and Elementary Schools on August 2, Cubmaster Kevin Thornton, Committee Chairman Kimberly Clements, Kiwanis Club charter representative Cliff Hargrove, and BSA District Commissioner Dr. More...

Humane Shelter sets Bingo Night Aug. 23, 6:30-8:30

The Washington-Wilkes Humane Shelter Association will host Bingo Night on Thursday, August 23, at the McGill-Woodruff Ag Center from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 to play all night and additional boards can be purchased. More...

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RAYLE NEWS

Mike and Tina Boatwright and Levi spent a weekend at Jekyll Island at the end of July. They departed on Friday, July 27, and on their way to the island, they enjoyed a delectable meal at Jinwright’s Seafood in Brunswick. More...

Sunday School Union convenes at Mt. Carmel Baptist July 27-29

The Wilkes County Sunday School Union convened at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church from July 27-29 when Rev. Charles Belton served as host pastor and Enoch Booker Jr. served as host superintendent.  The session was opened by President Enoch Booker Jr. More...

Auditions for WLT’s ‘Annie’ set for August 19, 21

The Washington Little Theater (WLT) will hold auditions for the musical “Annie” on Sunday, August 19, at 2 p.m. and Tuesday, August 21, at 7 p.m., at the Bolton Lunceford Playhouse located at 313 N. Alexander Ave. in Washington.  More...

Bible Study Class tent service to ask ‘Why hate when it’s easier to love?’

The “WORD” Bible Study Class annual tent service is scheduled for Saturday, September 15, at 11 a.m. at 415 Lexington Avenue (vacant lot across from Jackson Street), in Washington. More...

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Tignall News

Now it seems that the sidewalk problem in Tignall cleared up in most places and I guess it helped to mention that problem in my article. Now we have another problem on Church Street ... chickens! More...