During the Elkin City Schools Board of Education meeting Monday, Director of Business and Finance Services Jan Zachary said the North Carolina Legislature ultimately brought a 7.59-percent average raise in the teachers' salaries, however did...
Although the anthem for some motorcycle enthusiasts may be Steppenwolf's “Born to Be Wild,” the anthem for a local charity, Bikers for Kids Inc., could be “Born for the Child.”
A local woman marked a terrific milestone on Sunday. Surrounded by more than 75 family members and friends at Pruitt Health Care, Reba Hayes celebrated her 100th birthday.
YADKINVILLE — The Yadkin County Historical Society will publish its third volume of “The Heritage of Yadkin County North Carolina,” when at least 200 writers agree to submit two new or updated household history articles and one on a...
A four vehicle wreck on Monday afternoon at Spring and Church streets resulted in three people being sent to the hospital.
Although some places may allow a bit of a leeway — up to nine miles-per-hour over the speed limit (hence the saying, “Nine is fine,”) — the Elkin Police Department takes a no-tolerance approach to speeding.
Larry Andrews will be bringing the message Sunday at Garden Creek Baptist Church at 9 a.m. Campers in the Stone Mountain State Park are invited to come as you are to worship in this historic church.
The Elkin Walmart and Yadkin Valley United Fund have been working together to collect school supplies for local Yadkin Valley students as part of a national Walmart-United Fund campaign.
Hugh Chatham Express Care opened on August 18 and is located on 1428 North Bridge St. in Elkin, with a ribbon cutting scheduled there on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. A second location called Hugh Chatham Urgent Care is scheduled to open the second week in...
“The Tribune” has served as the chronicler for Elkin - the newspaper of record, as they say in the business - since 1911. The 'paper has changed much over the many years and decades, but unchanged is its eminence here in the...
In Genesis 1:1 we read the following… “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.”
JONESVILLE — The third annual Labor Day Weekend Flea Market will open Aug. 30 in Lila Swaim Park featuring vendors from throughout the region in a three-day event.
Local hunters will hold a meeting to discuss best practices and strategy on being a community food provider.The meeting will be held at The Elkin Center located at 1461 N. Bridge St. on Aug. 26 at 7 p.m.
Community leaders are reacting to the passing of a former prominent town attorney, a man greatly considered a legal icon throughout North Carolina.
DOBSON — The Small Business Center of Surry Community College is offering the seminar “Social Media Marketing: An Overview for Businesses” on Aug. 27 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at The Elkin Center, located at 1461 N. Bridge St. in Elkin.
DOBSON — Surry Community College is continuing its 50th anniversary celebration with the Surry Community College 50th 5K Run/Walk on Sept. 20.
BOONVILLE — Longtown United Methodist Church Pastor Laura Beach and members Kathy Gray, Amber Harris and Molly Harris visited Starmount High School to have prayer and bless the upcoming school year recently.
Elkin City Schools will start a “Bring Your Own Device” initiative this year.
A Zaxby's executive provided insight on its Elkin grand opening, employment opportunities and special giveaways for its customers.Zaxby's is located at 540 CC Camp Road adjacent to the Elkin Walmart.
DOBSON — Understanding and repairing automatic transmissions or small engines, such as lawnmowers, is a great money-saver and could be the beginnings of a new career. Beginning in August and September through Corporate and Continuing Education,...
DOBSON — Cast and crew for the 20th Century Fox completed production of “The Longest Ride” with the final shots of the romance movie filmed at a Dobson residence.Production wrapped early Tuesday morning.
On Aug. 13, the seniors at Arlington First Baptist Church traveled to the Wohlfahrt Haus Dinner Theater to hear “Then Sings My Soul.” The seniors enjoyed lunch and uplifting music. Pastor Matty Ponce-de-Leon, front, center, had a wonderful...
DOBSON — Surry Community College will be able to award 10 State Employees' Credit Union scholarships at $750 each for the 2014-2015 school year.
DOBSON — Surry Community College will hold its 25th annual High School Equivalency Graduation, formerly known as General Education Diploma or GED, on Sunday at 3 p.m. in the SCC Gymnasium, Dobson.
Book bags and school supplies were distributed on Monday evening by local charity known for community give-aways.
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