Long-time law enforcement officer retires
New ordinance provides peace-of-mind for business owners
Up, up and away!
Cruise-in to Boonville
Shots fired at Yadkinville aparment
- Class action status granted in hospital case - 12:43 pm
- Y hosts Bright Beginnings - 12:35 pm
- Long-time law enforcement officer retires - 10:28 am
- New ordinance provides peace-of-mind for business owners - 8:13 am
- Yadkin commissioners attend state conference - 7:43 am
- Up, up and away! - 6:25 am
- Clingman announces scholarships - 8:58 pm
- Clausen named publisher in Mount Airy - 4:49 am
- Tractor accident leads to fatality - 11:35 am
- Cruise-in to Boonville - 9:31 am
- Hospital remains closed; additional services coming - 5:20 am updated: 11:47 am.
- Seven win scholarships from Surry Community College - 10:31 pm
- Golf tournament benefits area children - 3:29 pm
- K-12 teachers encouraged to apply for Bright Ideas grant - 11:02 am
- Donate a backpack for a child in need and join the YMCA for $0 - 4:32 pm
- Shots fired at Yadkinville aparment - 10:22 am
- To ID or not to ID - 3:29 pm
- 4-H livestock show showcases local youth - 1:04 pm
- Economic expansion grant approved - 12:14 pm
- New owners reopen Hollars Grocery - 7:04 am
- Trio of farmers celebrated at market - 5:49 am
- Arts Council welcomes new staff member - 5:02 am
- Yadkin Christian Ministry to move - 12:59 pm
- Elkin man wins $100,000 Powerball prize - 12:51 pm
- Local business receives award - 1:11 pm
- Nomination deadline for Farm Service Agency County Committees - 1:02 pm
- A recovering addict’s story: Seeing the light at the end of the tunnel - 11:28 am
- Courthouse gets a facelift - 8:44 am
- Two charged in unrelated assault cases - 3:27 pm
- Science fun at the library - 2:12 pm
- A recovered addict’s story: Seeing the light at the end of the tunnel - 1:33 pm updated: 1:33 pm.
- Mental health and addiction can go hand in hand - 11:30 am updated: 11:30 am.
- Northern group provides pain management, detoxing - 9:44 am
- Opioid abuse being battled on many fronts - 7:17 am
- Opioid abuse, overdoses cause concern - 5:30 am
- B&G Foods expansion to bring more jobs - 9:42 pm
- Man charged in vehicle theft case - 1:45 pm
- Yadkinville man charged in robbery - 12:56 pm
- Rotary’s top man to pay historic visit - 1:31 am
- New game craze has folks on the ‘Go’ - 9:14 am
- Christian youth camp spawns tent revival - 2:19 pm
- Local students named to Dean’s List - 1:44 pm
- ‘Mary Poppins’ opens Saturday - 12:00 pm
- Dinos take over library - 11:47 am
- New solar farm coming to Yadkin County - 11:44 am updated: 2:22 pm.
- Master Gardeners to give advice at farmer’s mart - 10:48 am
- Pearson children a varied group - 9:54 am
- Sex offender charged - 9:46 am
- RNC: Star power at convention - 6:37 pm
- RNC: Ohio delegation overjoyed by ‘Down Under’ speech - 5:48 pm
Cruise-in to Boonville
BOONVILLE — This summer the town of Boonville is getting in on the popularity of cruise-ins. Every third Monday the town is inviting local class...
Hospital remains closed; additional services coming
A year and three months after the unexpected closing of the Yadkin Valley Community Hospital, the facility remains closed and will likely be so for so...
Seven win scholarships from Surry Community College
DOBSON — Seven students were each recently awarded a $500 scholarship as an incentive from Surry Community College.Five students were awarded sc...
Golf tournament benefits area children
DOBSON — A local children’s home will receive a funding boost of nearly $20,000 this week, thanks to a charity golf tournament led by Surr...
K-12 teachers encouraged to apply for Bright Ideas grant
STATESVILLE — EnergyUnited is accepting applications for the Bright Ideas grant program. The education grants fund creative, classroom-based lea...
Donate a backpack for a child in need and join the YMCA for $0
Now through Monday, new members can join the Y for a $0 joining fee when they donate a new backpack. Branches of the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina ...
Starmount football to celebrate 50 years
BOONVILLE — The Starmount Rams football team will be celebrating its 50th season by honoring past and present members of the football team, chee...
Friendship race results
ELKIN — Below are the Friendship race results from Aug. 13. There were six races held and the weather turned out perfect for each race. The next...
Starmount names athletes of the month
Starmount High School’s Edward Jones Student Athletes of the Month for 2015-16 include Amber Hurst, Brandon Prescott, Ashley Johnson, Andrew Smy...
Forbush names athletes of the month
Forbush High School’s Edward Jones Student Athletes of the Month for 2015-16 include Anna Kathryn Kilby, Alisha Baity, Schuyler Eldridge, Dakota...
Lady Eagles ready for the challenge
DOBSON — When Surry Central’s 2015 volleyball team was on its game, it was as good as any team in the area. However, as Coach Carrie Hutch...
Arts council seeking applications for Duke Energy Regional Artist Project Grants
WINSTON-SALEM — The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County is seeking applications for Duke Energy Regional Artist Project Grants whic...
Ingalls to visit Richmond Hill
Terri Ingalls, storyteller/reenactor, will present “Three Women of the Civil War” at 3 p.m. on Aug. 20 at Richmond Hill Law School in East...
Yadkin Civitan Club supports family with medical expenses
Yadkin Civitan Club President Cathy Recchio recently presented $800 to the Jacob Shore Medical Fund. He is the son of Scott and April Shore and sister...
N.C. Courts expand online payments to most criminal and infraction court cases
RALEIGH — Citizens can now pay court costs, fines and fees online for most criminal and infraction cases that have been tried in district or sup...
Mobile food bank offered for Hamptonville residents
This summer Tri-County Christian Crisis Ministry is offering a mobile food bank for Hamptonville residents. Those in need may visit the mobile food ba...
Talking to llamas
Like many of those bike riding trespassers from Forsyth County, I love biking in Yadkin County. Low traffic density and the beauty of country lanes cu...
We count on the mail
I got the mail today.A couple of bills. A greeting card. Some catalogs. A newspaper. One package that my wife grabbed right away. (Wonder what that wa...
Battle against overdoses needs a community response
At one point, Wilkes County had the third highest number of deaths from opioid overdoses of any county in the nation. And as the epidemic spread, it c...
Democrats gathering for their convention
For Democrats, the upcoming convention in Philadelphia offers a chance to do what Hillary Clinton’s campaign so far has struggled to do.Build ex...
A step back in time
Growing up, one of my favorite summer treats was a trip to Shatley Springs. In today’s world of farm-to-table restaurants with fancy upscale ver...
Lowes Food launches new concepts
Lowes Foods in Yadkinville will celebrate some new store concepts with a launch party beginning with a ribbon cutting at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday. Follo...
Vape shop opens in East Bend
EAST BEND — Bad Monkey Vapes, located at 109 N.C. 67, opened its doors in East Bend on June 11. The shop is owned and operated by Bill McQueen a...
SERVPRO pledges ongoing support to the American Red Cross Disaster Responder Program
YADKINVILLE — The American Red Cross recently recognized SERVPRO, a cleanup and restoration company, for participation in its Disaster Responder...
Forbush alum sworn in as NC attorney
Christopher Randall Hampton, who recently passed the North Carolina Bar exam, is sworn in as a North Carolina attorney by the Honorable Judge David V....
Mexican restaurant reopens after fire
A local Mexican restaurant destroyed in a fire on March 7 has reopened its doors at a new location. Area officials celebrated with the restaurant owne...