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Contact Wilkes Journal-Patriot

Phone: (336) 838-4117

Fax: (336) 838-9864

 P.O. Box 70

North Wilkesboro, NC 28659

News Room:

Letters to Editor: wjpjule@wilkes.net

Obituaries: cnhubbard@wilkes.net

Frances Hayes: fhayes@wilkes.net

Chuck Hubbard: cnhubbard@wilkes.net

Jule Hubbard: wjpjule@wilkes.net

Emily Storrow: estorrow@journalpatriot.com

Editor Jule Hubbard: wjpjule@wilkes.net

Wilkes Living:

Caroline Czerkawski: caroline@journalpatriot.com

Sports:

Sports: wjpsports@wilkes.

Sports Editor Zachary Colburn: zachc@wilkes.

Assistant Sports Editor Brandon Moree: brandonmoree@gmail.com

Advertising:

Nellie Archibald: narchibald@journalpatriot.com

Sue Bucsek: suetb@wilkes.net

Madelene Johnson: madj@wilkes.net

Legal Notices: narchibald@wilkes.net

Classified ads: wjpads@wilkes.net.

Graphics: wjpads@wilkes.net

Subscriptions:

Debbie Church: subs@journalpatriot.com

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This Week in Wilkes

Artisans and Crafters of Rural North Carolina (ACoRN Cooperative) is holding a 2-day indoor market event at the W. Kerr Scott Dam Visitors Center, 499 Reservoir Road in Wilkesboro on Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m. -4 p.m.

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Importance of MerleFest
Posted: April 29, 2016

A lot of work by a lot of people culminates this weekend with MerleFest at Wilkes Community College, a one-of-a-kind feast of fine music with a family-friendly atmosphere.

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Finding the way
Posted: April 27, 2016

MerleFest this Thursday through Sunday at Wilkes Community College brings to mind the need for better signage in Wilkes County.

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Teen mental illness addressed
Posted: April 29, 2016

EDITOR’S NOTE: Wilkesboro Baptist Church is hosting a youth mental health first aid class from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. May 16, 17, and 19. Cost is $25 per participant, which pays for a resource manual. Attendance all three nights is required to receive a certificate. To register, email bwsmithey@gmail.com or call 336-838-1644. For more details, go to www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org.

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Church leaders weigh in
Posted: April 27, 2016

It was encouraging to hear that some United Methodist and Episcopal church leaders in North Carolina took a stand this week on N.C. House Bill 2 which, among other provisions, requires transgender people to use the bathroom of the sex they were assigned at birth.

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Let hecklers have their say
Posted: April 29, 2016

I have learned that a proposal is being considered in the North Carolina legislature to restrict the so-called “free speech” rights of hecklers who shout down and who attempt to prevent speakers on North Carolina’s university campuses from speaking.

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HB2 creates confusion
Posted: April 29, 2016

I have been somewhat perplexed concerning the whole HB2 mess and can empathize with viewpoints from both sides of the bathroom debate.

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