Local historian Dr. S. Jason Couch is sharing his knowledge and collection with locals as well as those across the state as the new year begins.
Children enjoy the warmer weather over the weekend at the Elkin Municipal Park.Runners get a jump on the new year by enjoying a post-holiday jog.
On New Year's Day, the Yadkin Valley Rotary Club is planning its annual lunch, complete with ham, black-eyed peas, collard greens and cornbread.
Last New Year's Day we got a kind invitation to lunch. As the ladies discussed the menu, they talked about serving soup.“What about cabbage and black-eyed peas?” I interrupted.
Hilda Stevenson, who has served Elkin's Collinswood and Woodrun Apartments as site manager for nearly 19 years, has been named as her company's territory award recipient for 2014 Site Manager of the Year. This award given by Partnership...
PILOT MOUNTAIN — To anyone desiring a way to get the new year off to a good start, the staff at Pilot Mountain State Park offers a possible solution: Take a hike.
Author Diane Trott, a resident of Roaring River, will be available to sign copies of her book, “Cherokee Inc.,” Jan. 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Elkin Public Library, 111 N. Front St., Elkin.
Colby Callaway, fifth-grade student at Mountain Park Elementary School, won Honorable Mention with his project “Hydropower” at the regional science fair held in Boone Dec. 16.
• On Dec. 21, police responded to a call referencing a motor vehicle collision on N.C. 268 East. Officers spoke with Kayla Jean Cubbage, 27, of Pegram Street in Elkin, who stated that she had a tire blowout, causing her to run off the road and...
Jan. 1• 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., New Year's lunch at First United Methodist Church fellowship hall, 340 Hawthorne Road, Elkin, sponsored by the Yadkin Valley Rotary Club. Cost for meal is...
The holiday feasts are officially over and New Year resolutions are just around the corner. After packing on the holiday weight, many people are looking for new ways to get fit in 2015.
Workers are busy with jackhammers and backhoes on a cold, damp Monday as they replace 180 railroad ties at the stretch of track located behind The Tribune and Liberty buildings. One worker reported that it was “about time” the project was...
With today's constantly shifting job market, staying in one place for 50 years may seem like an impossible feat. For Tex Spicer, the company name may have changed, but his job title and commitment have remained the same.
Jan. 4• 3 p.m., Piney Grove United Methodist Church will have Randy Stonehill in concert, 1195 Bethel Road, Ronda. Tickets are $10. For more information, call 336-835-8821.
After 88 years in business, Harris Electric Company, Inc. is officially closing its doors.
Abriyela B., third grade, C.B. Eller Elementary School, Lorrie Gouge's classAllen Butcher, third grade, C.B. Eller Elementary School, Lorrie Gouge's class
Makenzie Bauguess, third grade, C.B. Eller Elementary School, Carolyn Roberson's classMason Cook, third grade, C.B. Eller Elementary School, Carolyn Roberson's class
Evan, second grade, C.B. Eller Elementary School, Amy Samples' classBrian Fletcher, second grade, C.B. Eller Elementary School, Amy Samples' class
Hunter, third grade, C.B. Eller Elementary School, Pat Hiatt's classWeston, third grade, C.B. Eller Elementary School, Pat Hiatt's class
Elkin Elementary SchoolFirst gradeJennifer Caudle's classTo me Christmas means families...
Elkin Elementary SchoolSecond gradeKayla Simmons' classChristmas to me is family getting...
Elkin Elementary SchoolSecond gradeKara Renegar's classChristmas means spending time with...
Troy Caudle, second grade, C.B. Eller Elementary School, Krystal Myers' classCole Cheek, second grade, C.B. Eller Elementary School, Krystal Myers' class
Elkin Elementary SchoolSecond gradeMelissa Smith's classChristmas is about Jesus's...
Elkin Elementary SchoolSecond gradeKristy Simmons' classChristmas is a time for my family...
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