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Five charged with drug trafficking

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HAMPTONVILLE — Five suspects were charged on March 31 with a variety of drug-related offenses, according to information provided by the Yadkin County Sheriff’s Office.The suspects allegedly were transporting quantities of cocaine, marijuana and prescription medications into Yadkin County from New Jersey.The Yadkin County Sheriff’s Office executed a vehicle stop at the intersection of Windsor Road and U.S. 421 northbound. During a search of the vehicle, the officers discovered a large quantity of crack cocaine and other drugs.

 

Roselli Foods releases new image of ‘Granny’

Roselli Foods of Pilot Mountain announced a branding change to Granny Roselli’s Original Salad Dressing.The salad dressing featured an image Daisy Roselli as a 95-year-old grandmother who was a staple at a local eatery in Wilkes County.The new salad dressing bottles will now feature Granny Roselli when she was younger.Upon the passing of Daisy Wiles Roselli in December of 2010, her son’s Frank, Joseph, and John took specific recipe’s made fam...

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Suspect sells car, allegedly steals it back

JONESVILLE — A resident from Mount Airy is facing charges for allegedly stealing a vehicle from a victim he originally sold his car to.According to a release by the Yadkin County Sheriff’s Office, deputies processed a report of larceny of a motor vehicle from a resident in Jonesville on April 6.According to the release, the resident explained that his vehicle was parked in his driveway on Dogwood Lane the night before and that when he went to work the next mo...

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Mayor’s vote needed to break tie

Elkin’s mayor was needed to cast a tie-breaking vote on Monday night. The Elkin commissioners were at an impasse over selection of a which “poop n’ scoop” sign would best remind owners of pets within town limits of their responsibilities.Procedural rules prevent any vote by Elkin’s mayor unless the board of commissioners is in a tie scenario. Since Elkin has five commissioners who are almost always in attendance, the likelihood of a mayor casting a vot...

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St. John family describes student visit as destiny

Host family, the St. Johns, and Japanese exchange student Asuka Takadate shared family experiences, foods from Japan and their sentiments on the special bond of family, friendship, love and closeness that has grown between them in a short time on the family porch during a balmy and beautiful spring Friday.Showers of family tears were shed periodically as the close knit group discussed Takadate’s upcoming return to Hokkaido, Japan, while all sat at the table. The St. John fami...

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Coins tossed in Liberty fountain are stolen

A downtown business leader is saying she’s taking aggressive steps to pursue the person who siphoned coins out of the water fountain placed on her property.In March, the water fountain that sits adjacent to the parking lot entrance of The Liberty was dedicated to the Yadkin Valley United Fund, a local charity. Since, visitors participating in functions at The Liberty have been observed tossing in pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.According to Cicely McCulloch, p...

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Jonesville Town Council debates heavy agenda

In its Monday meeting, the Jonesville Town Council denied a request by a local property owner to rezone property located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Swan Creek Bypass and South Mineral Spring Drive be rezoned from R-12 (Medium Density Residential) to B-2 (General Business).The Jonesville Planning/Zoning Board first met on March 18 to hear the request where at the meeting the property owner said his intention is to place mini-warehouses on the property....

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SCC Machining Club holds blood drive

DOBSON — A blood drive hosted by the Surry Community College Machining Club will be held today from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the SCC Gymnasium in Dobson.The club hopes to collect 50 pints through the daylong drive. Food and drinks will be provided to the participants, compliments of Save-A-Lot, Bojangles and McDonald’s.Appointments are encouraged and will be honored at the blood drive. Contact Corey Easter at 386-3219 and leave a message. Appointment time will ...

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