Whether it was East Wilkes winning a conference championship (regular season or tournament) for the first time in 30 years, Starmount reaching the fourth round for the first time in program history, Forbush winning the Foothills 2A Conference tournament or Elkin looking to build off a sweet 16 appearance, the 2021-22 season was certainly a...
Forbush High School’s Performing Arts Department proudly presented “Moana, Jr.” on Nov. 17-18. The students were pleased to welcome hundreds of fellow students from the community schools for matinee performances on Nov. 16 and 17. [...]
ELKIN — The Friends of Big Elkin Creek organization and Watershed Now hosted an informational convention Saturday at the Yadkin Valley Trails and Heritage Center. [...]
Anyone who has visited a North Carolina beach in recent years has probably noticed a distinctive new trend fluttering in the beachy breezes — the Shibumi Shade. This bright blue and teal shade is a homegrown invention from right here in the Old North State and it’s taking the beaches by storm. [...]
HAMPTONVILLE — The Yadkin County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a breaking and entering and larceny at a business on Asbury Church Rd. on Oct. 17 that lead to the arrest of six people. Several items including a vehicle, vehicle parts and various tools were reported stolen from the business. [...]
The awards committee of North Carolina Society of Historians announced at its Nov. 5 banquet in Spencer that Allen Paul Speer’s new book, “Stuck at the Crossroads of Boonville” has qualified in four separate categories of competition: History, Religious History, Family History and Historical Fiction. [...]
Early voting is open and active today in Yadkinville, despite the fact that East Elm Street is being closed at 3 p.m. for the town’s Halloween celebration. [...]
A Yadkinville man is facing multiple charges after leading police on a chase in a patrol car. According to the Yadkinville Police Department, 43-year old Rodney Burns was being arrested on Oct. 16 when he was able to remove his seatbelt, move his handcuffs from behind his back and take off in the patrol car. [...]