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Knights blank Jamestown, 4-0

DOBSON — John Faircloth, Blade Best, and Caleb Gaster combined to pitch a no-hitter Thursday as Surry Community College defeated Jamestown Community College, 4-0. Faircloth got the start and earned the win, allowing five hits in five innings of work. Best gave up two hits in three innings of relief before Gaster came in to close things down

Panoramic views can take your breath away. But sometimes they can leave questions like, “What exactly is that over… there?”
That's not a problem for photographer Tim Barnwell, whose eye-candy book, “Blue Ridge Parkway Vistas,” says it all with the subtitle: “A Comprehensive Identification Guide to What you See f

What's in that beautiful Blue Ridge parkway vista? This guide shows you

Panoramic views can take your breath away. But sometimes they can leave questions like, “What exactly is that over… there?” That's not a problem for photographer Tim Barnwell, whose eye-candy book, “Blue Ridge Parkway Vistas,” says it all with the subtitle: “A Comprehensive Identification Guide to What you See f

LAUREL SPRINGS — New River State Park plans to conduct prescribed burns during the dates of March 30 and May 31. The actual days of the burns will depend upon weather conditions.
Approximately 110 acres in total are scheduled to be burned by the North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation staff.
The purpose of the prescribed burns will

Prescribed burns scheduled at New River State Park

LAUREL SPRINGS — New River State Park plans to conduct prescribed burns during the dates of March 30 and May 31. The actual days of the burns will depend upon weather conditions. Approximately 110 acres in total are scheduled to be burned by the North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation staff. The purpose of the prescribed burns will

Mount Airy police announced Friday that two people have been charged in an incident involving the transporting of methamphetamine-related items in a stolen van.
Terrence Alexander Haynes, 35, of 703 E. Main St., Pilot Mountain, and Ruth Marie Holt, 35, of 1154 Osborne Joyce Road, Pinnacle, were arrested in the vicinity of Big Lots on March 18 afte

Charges announced in meth-vehicle case

Mount Airy police announced Friday that two people have been charged in an incident involving the transporting of methamphetamine-related items in a stolen van. Terrence Alexander Haynes, 35, of 703 E. Main St., Pilot Mountain, and Ruth Marie Holt, 35, of 1154 Osborne Joyce Road, Pinnacle, were arrested in the vicinity of Big Lots on March 18 afte

During the regularly scheduled board meeting of the Ashe County Chamber of Commerce on March 24, Chris Robinson, associate vice-president of Wilkes Community College, was recognized for 23 years of service with the chamber.
During this time, he's served in various roles with the Ashe Chamber to include: the chamber director, the chamber president,

WCC's Chris Robinson recognized by Ashe Chamber

During the regularly scheduled board meeting of the Ashe County Chamber of Commerce on March 24, Chris Robinson, associate vice-president of Wilkes Community College, was recognized for 23 years of service with the chamber. During this time, he's served in various roles with the Ashe Chamber to include: the chamber director, the chamber president,

Mount Airy police announced Friday that two people have been charged in an incident involving the transporting of methamphetamine-related items in a stolen van.
Terrence Alexander Haynes, 35, of 703 E. Main St., Pilot Mountain, and Ruth Marie Holt, 35, of 1154 Osborne Joyce Road, Pinnacle, were arrested in the vicinity of Big Lots on March 18 afte

Charges announced in meth-vehicle case

Mount Airy police announced Friday that two people have been charged in an incident involving the transporting of methamphetamine-related items in a stolen van. Terrence Alexander Haynes, 35, of 703 E. Main St., Pilot Mountain, and Ruth Marie Holt, 35, of 1154 Osborne Joyce Road, Pinnacle, were arrested in the vicinity of Big Lots on March 18 afte

Hospital proposals now available online

The county received three proposals last week from organizations seeking to lease and operate the county-owned hospital facility. Those proposals were submitted by Community Hospital Corporation of Plano, Texas; Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital of Elkin; and Wake Forest Baptist Health of Winston-Salem. County Manager Lisa Hughes said she along with

Having met in college before their engagement and eventual marriage in October, Matthew and Jennifer Goad never got a chance to go to the high school prom together.
That changed last spring, however, when the couple got a second chance to be high school sweethearts. The opportunity came in the form of the Second Chance Prom, a fundraiser for the G

Second Chance Prom set for April 25 at CCHS

Having met in college before their engagement and eventual marriage in October, Matthew and Jennifer Goad never got a chance to go to the high school prom together. That changed last spring, however, when the couple got a second chance to be high school sweethearts. The opportunity came in the form of the Second Chance Prom, a fundraiser for the G

Mount Airy police announced Friday that two people have been charged in an incident involving the transporting of methamphetamine-related items in a stolen van.
Terrence Alexander Haynes, 35, of 703 E. Main St., Pilot Mountain, and Ruth Marie Holt, 35, of 1154 Osborne Joyce Road, Pinnacle, were arrested in the vicinity of Big Lots on March 18 afte

Charges announced in meth-vehicle case

Mount Airy police announced Friday that two people have been charged in an incident involving the transporting of methamphetamine-related items in a stolen van. Terrence Alexander Haynes, 35, of 703 E. Main St., Pilot Mountain, and Ruth Marie Holt, 35, of 1154 Osborne Joyce Road, Pinnacle, were arrested in the vicinity of Big Lots on March 18 afte

DOBSON — A fugitive wanted by authorities in two states who goes by the nickname “Supa Savage” and is considered armed and dangerous could be in the Dobson area, police warn.
“His family lives in Dobson — his mom and stuff,” Senior Patrol Officer Larrie Robinson of the Dobson Police Department said Thursday afte

'Supa Savage' could be in Dobson

DOBSON — A fugitive wanted by authorities in two states who goes by the nickname “Supa Savage” and is considered armed and dangerous could be in the Dobson area, police warn. “His family lives in Dobson — his mom and stuff,” Senior Patrol Officer Larrie Robinson of the Dobson Police Department said Thursday afte





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