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The offensive pressure started almost immediately Friday afternoon in Ronda, as Sheila Aguliar of East Wilkes sent in a through ball against Alleghany that found three possible Cardinals open and eager for a score.
East Wilkes Head Coach Derrick Hill had specific plans for his squad’s Senior Night festivities Friday night in Ronda.
East Wilkes’ baseball team had things going its way during the first four innings of Friday night’s contest and looked to be on its way to picking up a big Senior Night victory.
Rain shortened the last chance to get together for Wilkes Central and North Wilkes before this week’s final Mountain Valley Athletic Conference track and field meet, ending a four-team league meet last Thursday afternoon in Moravian Falls early af...
ELKIN — Wilkes County high school boys’ tennis teams had a very good showing in the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference tournament, which was held on Tuesday afternoon at Elkin Municipal Park.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s Regional Golf Championships will take place on Monday and Tuesday of next week but Wilkes County golfers are taking their practice rounds at their respective regional sites today.
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A story in this issue about the number of whitetail deer taken by hunters in the 2015 season points out that a variety of factors impact the deer population, including coyotes and other predators.
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.
Appearing for numerous performances Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the South Carolina Broadcasters was a primary torchbearer for old-time music and was one of the hardest working bands at MerleFest 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 email@example.com or call 336-838-1644. For more details, go to www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org.
Many Christians cannot understand why HB2 has become so controversial.
Reading the letter to the editor from Teresa Taylor in the April 25 issue, I was amazed at her response to seeing a “man” in the women’s restroom.