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Terri Flagg | News file photo Crowds gather under a spring sky for the 2016 Autism Walk of Surry County, a scene that will be repeated at this year’s event on April 29.


Terri Flagg | News file photo

John Cate | The News Kaylee Freed (9) had a breakout season as a senior for the Lady Hounds, earning a spot in the starting lineup and finishing second in blocks and fourth in kills on a team that won 25 matches and reached the elite eight of the 2A state playoffs.


John Cate | The News

Submitted photos April Hiatt runs through color station as volunteers cover her in color dust as part of the Helping Hands Foundation Color Run 5K held earlier this month.


Submitted photos

Bill Colvard | The News This English garden is just one of the many hidden treasures the “Mount Airy Blooms” garden tour will spotlight on June 10. Master Gardeners will be on the property of The Blue House giving demonstrations and talks on a variety of subjects.


Bill Colvard | The News

Tom Joyce | The News Wynnefield Properties President Craig Stone, left, presents details regarding the firm’s planned Danbury Pointe Apartments April 20, when the Mount Airy Board of Commissioner subsequently approved annexation and rezoning requests to accommodate.


Tom Joyce | The News

Surry County Sheriff’s Office Surry County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jimmy Combs welcomes the crowd to a dedication for a memorial in honor of fallen deputy Jimmy Trevathan.


Surry County Sheriff’s Office

North Surry’s Chase Swartz gets ready to deliver a pitch against Wilkes Central in the ninth annual Larry J. Bauguess Jr. Memorial Game on Saturday afternoon at BB&T Field. The Greyhounds defeated Wilkes Central for the second year in a row in this contest.


Hannah King | The News

Tom Joyce | The News The grounds of Dobson Square Park are filled with crowds Saturday afternoon for the town’s annual Spring Folly, including ones enjoying the Tubs of Fun ride pictured.


Tom Joyce | The News

Submitted photos Surry Community College students in Dr. Kathleen Fowler’s English 111: Writing and Inquiry class recently took part in a T-shirt dyeing project as a lesson in writing directions. Here, the students pose for a group picture in their shirts.


Submitted photos

Three developers planning projects for the former Spencer’s industrial property downtown, standing from left, Ken Reiter, Tom Webb and Dana Bryson, provide updates during an April 20 meeting of the Mount Airy Board of Commissioners. The board’s Shirley Brinkley is pictured to the left.


Tom Joyce | The News

Terri Flagg | News file photo

Crowds gather under a spring sky for the 2016 Autism Walk of Surry County, a scene that will be repeated at this year’s event on April 29.

John Cate | The News

Kaylee Freed (9) had a breakout season as a senior for the Lady Hounds, earning a spot in the starting lineup and finishing second in blocks and fourth in kills on a team that won 25 matches and reached the elite eight of the 2A state playoffs.

Submitted photos

April Hiatt runs through color station as volunteers cover her in color dust as part of the Helping Hands Foundation Color Run 5K held earlier this month.

Bill Colvard | The News

This English garden is just one of the many hidden treasures the “Mount Airy Blooms” garden tour will spotlight on June 10. Master Gardeners will be on the property of The Blue House giving demonstrations and talks on a variety of subjects.

Tom Joyce | The News

Wynnefield Properties President Craig Stone, left, presents details regarding the firm’s planned Danbury Pointe Apartments April 20, when the Mount Airy Board of Commissioner subsequently approved annexation and rezoning requests to accommodate.

Surry County Sheriff’s Office

Surry County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jimmy Combs welcomes the crowd to a dedication for a memorial in honor of fallen deputy Jimmy Trevathan.

North Surry’s Chase Swartz gets ready to deliver a pitch against Wilkes Central in the ninth annual Larry J. Bauguess Jr. Memorial Game on Saturday afternoon at BB&T Field. The Greyhounds defeated Wilkes Central for the second year in a row in this contest.

Tom Joyce | The News

The grounds of Dobson Square Park are filled with crowds Saturday afternoon for the town’s annual Spring Folly, including ones enjoying the Tubs of Fun ride pictured.

Submitted photos

Surry Community College students in Dr. Kathleen Fowler’s English 111: Writing and Inquiry class recently took part in a T-shirt dyeing project as a lesson in writing directions. Here, the students pose for a group picture in their shirts.

Three developers planning projects for the former Spencer’s industrial property downtown, standing from left, Ken Reiter, Tom Webb and Dana Bryson, provide updates during an April 20 meeting of the Mount Airy Board of Commissioners. The board’s Shirley Brinkley is pictured to the left.

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Terri Flagg | News file photo Crowds gather under a spring sky for the 2016 Autism Walk of Surry County, a scene that will be repeated at this year’s event on April 29.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Autism-Walk-filer-3.jpgTerri Flagg | News file photo Crowds gather under a spring sky for the 2016 Autism Walk of Surry County, a scene that will be repeated at this year’s event on April 29. Terri Flagg | News file photo

John Cate | The News Kaylee Freed (9) had a breakout season as a senior for the Lady Hounds, earning a spot in the starting lineup and finishing second in blocks and fourth in kills on a team that won 25 matches and reached the elite eight of the 2A state playoffs.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_DSC_0244-2.jpgJohn Cate | The News Kaylee Freed (9) had a breakout season as a senior for the Lady Hounds, earning a spot in the starting lineup and finishing second in blocks and fourth in kills on a team that won 25 matches and reached the elite eight of the 2A state playoffs. John Cate | The News

Submitted photos April Hiatt runs through color station as volunteers cover her in color dust as part of the Helping Hands Foundation Color Run 5K held earlier this month.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_DSC_1840-1-3.jpgSubmitted photos April Hiatt runs through color station as volunteers cover her in color dust as part of the Helping Hands Foundation Color Run 5K held earlier this month. Submitted photos

Bill Colvard | The News This English garden is just one of the many hidden treasures the “Mount Airy Blooms” garden tour will spotlight on June 10. Master Gardeners will be on the property of The Blue House giving demonstrations and talks on a variety of subjects.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Garden-tour-1-2.jpgBill Colvard | The News This English garden is just one of the many hidden treasures the “Mount Airy Blooms” garden tour will spotlight on June 10. Master Gardeners will be on the property of The Blue House giving demonstrations and talks on a variety of subjects. Bill Colvard | The News

Tom Joyce | The News Wynnefield Properties President Craig Stone, left, presents details regarding the firm’s planned Danbury Pointe Apartments April 20, when the Mount Airy Board of Commissioner subsequently approved annexation and rezoning requests to accommodate.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Outline-this-2.jpgTom Joyce | The News Wynnefield Properties President Craig Stone, left, presents details regarding the firm’s planned Danbury Pointe Apartments April 20, when the Mount Airy Board of Commissioner subsequently approved annexation and rezoning requests to accommodate. Tom Joyce | The News

Surry County Sheriff’s Office Surry County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jimmy Combs welcomes the crowd to a dedication for a memorial in honor of fallen deputy Jimmy Trevathan.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_SheriffMemorial1-2.jpgSurry County Sheriff’s Office Surry County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jimmy Combs welcomes the crowd to a dedication for a memorial in honor of fallen deputy Jimmy Trevathan. Surry County Sheriff’s Office

North Surry’s Chase Swartz gets ready to deliver a pitch against Wilkes Central in the ninth annual Larry J. Bauguess Jr. Memorial Game on Saturday afternoon at BB&T Field. The Greyhounds defeated Wilkes Central for the second year in a row in this contest.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_DSC_1080-2.jpgNorth Surry’s Chase Swartz gets ready to deliver a pitch against Wilkes Central in the ninth annual Larry J. Bauguess Jr. Memorial Game on Saturday afternoon at BB&T Field. The Greyhounds defeated Wilkes Central for the second year in a row in this contest. Hannah King | The News

Tom Joyce | The News The grounds of Dobson Square Park are filled with crowds Saturday afternoon for the town’s annual Spring Folly, including ones enjoying the Tubs of Fun ride pictured.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Folly-me-1-2.jpgTom Joyce | The News The grounds of Dobson Square Park are filled with crowds Saturday afternoon for the town’s annual Spring Folly, including ones enjoying the Tubs of Fun ride pictured. Tom Joyce | The News

Submitted photos Surry Community College students in Dr. Kathleen Fowler’s English 111: Writing and Inquiry class recently took part in a T-shirt dyeing project as a lesson in writing directions. Here, the students pose for a group picture in their shirts.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Tie-Dye-Photo-13456-2.jpgSubmitted photos Surry Community College students in Dr. Kathleen Fowler’s English 111: Writing and Inquiry class recently took part in a T-shirt dyeing project as a lesson in writing directions. Here, the students pose for a group picture in their shirts. Submitted photos

Three developers planning projects for the former Spencer’s industrial property downtown, standing from left, Ken Reiter, Tom Webb and Dana Bryson, provide updates during an April 20 meeting of the Mount Airy Board of Commissioners. The board’s Shirley Brinkley is pictured to the left.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Develop-thees-1-3.jpgThree developers planning projects for the former Spencer’s industrial property downtown, standing from left, Ken Reiter, Tom Webb and Dana Bryson, provide updates during an April 20 meeting of the Mount Airy Board of Commissioners. The board’s Shirley Brinkley is pictured to the left. Tom Joyce | The News

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