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MOUNT AIRY — The Wilkes Central golf team is quickly filling up its trophy case.
Tuesday night’s match between West Wilkes and Wilkes Central in Millers Creek was a clash of two teams headed in very different directions.
West Wilkes Head Softball Coach Michael Woodruff has broken down the Blackhawks’ season into three mini-seasons.
Of the eight first round Mountain Valley Athletic Conference baseball and softball tournament games that were scheduled to be played on Monday, only four of them have been completed.
All four Wilkes County high school baseball and softball teams will compete in the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference tournaments, which are slated to begin today at the higher seeds.
West Wilkes’ comeback came up a foot—and a glove—short.
Evan Edmiston got to step onto the baseball field at West Wilkes one last time Friday to celebrate his Senior Night.
The performance of the West Wilkes softball team the past five seasons has been nothing short of spectacular. In fact, their Mountain Valley Athletic Conference record during that span is a combined 68-8. But as good as the Blachawks have been, th...
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The difference between funds the school system requested for current expenses from Wilkes County government and the amount in the budget proposed by County Manager John Yates for fiscal 2016-17 on Tuesday is the greatest in recent memory.
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.
As MerleFest 2016 came to a close Sunday afternoon, stage announcer John Roten asked the crowd gathered on the Hillside Stage, “What was your favorite MerleFest moment?”
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.
Wilkes County, thanks for your compassion and financial assistance at ADAP’s 26th luncheon, “Holiday Dreams With ADAP.” You show us such love. I am so thankful that God continues to find favor with Wilkes ADAP (Adult Developmental Activity Program Inc.)
Many Christians cannot understand why HB2 has become so controversial.