The Wilkes County schools, along with the rest of the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference schools took part in the MVAC preconference meet earlier this week at Starmount.
The West Wilkes girls’ tennis team sent out its four seniors in grand fashion on Tuesday afternoon.
The East Wilkes football team is currently 6-0 on the season and tied for the lead in the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference at 2-0.
Now that the skies have cleared it's time to get back to Friday night football, not Thursday night football or Monday night football, but Friday night football.
Wilkes Central sits atop the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference standings with a perfect 6-0 record.
CENTRAL WILKES’ seventh and eighth grade football team jumped out to a six-point halftime lead and came away with a 14-8 win against West Wilkes on Tuesday night in Millers Creek. Top, JoRay Morrison runs for Central Wilkes’ first touchdown. He is...
East Wilkes 55, Elkin 0
Wilkes Journal-Patriot Sports Editor Zach Colburn and Assistant Sports Editor Brandon Moree re...
The high school football season is here and we want this BRAND NEW PAGE to be your destination for all the football news and updates you need. In Week 9, the undefeated Cardinals host Ashe County and West Wilkes hosts Elkin. North Wilkes is at Starmount and Wilkes Central will be at Alleghany.
Life is starting to return to normal in areas of South Carolina that had the worst flooding on record last week, but challenges are far from over.
The impact of a few thoughtless cyclists riding in the Brushy Mountain community earlier this year are still being felt and could grow wider.
“The economy, stupid” was one of three messages pinned on a bulletin board and drilled into the heads of campaign workers by the brilliant James Carville during Bill Clinton’s successful bid to unseat President George H.W. Bush in the 1992 presidential campaign.
Just what does a North Carolina sheriff do these days?
The 38th annual Brushy Mountain Apple Festival has come and gone. It was the worst weather for the festival in its history, but due to the dedication of the members of our club, our vendors, musicians, dancers, suppliers, and the employees of the Town of North Wilkesboro, the festival went on.
Thank you for printing the photo of Roxie Tedder on the front porch of her home on page 15 of the Brushy Mountain Apple Festival Program Guide. She was one who earned money by stringing tobacco pouches at home during the Great Depression.