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Jessica Johnson

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Mount Airy's Tourism Development Authority and the Surry County Tourism Partnership of Surry County have each struck gold at an annual award ceremony for the The Destination Marketing Association of North Carolina (DMANC).
According to TDA Director of Tourism and Marketing Jessica Icenhour Roberts, The DMANC holds its annual ceremony to award thos

Gold awards presented to Mount Airy TDA and Surry County partnership

Mount Airy's Tourism Development Authority and the Surry County Tourism Partnership of Surry County have each struck gold at an annual award ceremony for the The Destination Marketing Association of North Carolina (DMANC). According to TDA Director of Tourism and Marketing Jessica Icenhour Roberts, The DMANC holds its annual ceremony to award thos

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Christmas gatherings are going in full force. The Extension Club enjoyed our Christmas get-to-gather. I joined some high school friends for breakfast. That was a very mature group. The Roy Smith descendants met at Popular Springs Baptist Church on Sunday for their annual Christmas meal. And I will host a covered-dish meal for the Hamlin crowd (Rich

LAND TRANSFERS In recording deeds, the state of North Carolina does not require that the amount paid for property be stated on the deed. However, a tax stamp at the rate of $2 per $1,000 valuation or fraction is thereof affixed to each deed. The Stokes County Register of Deeds recorded the following deeds: BEAVER ISLAND TOWNSHIP: Monica Dillard

The 31 members of the Carroll County High School Chorus earning all-district honors were recognized during the Carroll County School Board meeting on Dec. 9.
“I'm very proud of the kid, they've worked so hard,” said CCHS Choral Director Chandra Harmon. “We had the second highest number of students chosen behind Abingdon who had m

CCHS has 31 students named to all-district chorus

The 31 members of the Carroll County High School Chorus earning all-district honors were recognized during the Carroll County School Board meeting on Dec. 9. “I'm very proud of the kid, they've worked so hard,” said CCHS Choral Director Chandra Harmon. “We had the second highest number of students chosen behind Abingdon who had m

A Carroll County Grand Jury handed down 103 indictments Monday to a total of 46 people.
Among those indicted were Austin Kenneth Rupert Wagg, of Galax, who was indicted for one count each of attempted malicious wounding, shooting into an occupied vehicle, and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
Wagg, 20, was originally charged with tw

Wagg indicted in Aug. shooting incident

A Carroll County Grand Jury handed down 103 indictments Monday to a total of 46 people. Among those indicted were Austin Kenneth Rupert Wagg, of Galax, who was indicted for one count each of attempted malicious wounding, shooting into an occupied vehicle, and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony. Wagg, 20, was originally charged with tw

NEWLAND — The Ashe County Huskies opened the 2014-2015 season with a pair of victories on the road at Avery County.
Men
Ashe had three players reach double figures and used a strong third quarter to pull away from the Vikings for a 60-50 victory.
The Huskies had a three-point lead at the half, 30-27, but outscored Avery 16-8 in the third q

Ashe opens season with two wins

NEWLAND — The Ashe County Huskies opened the 2014-2015 season with a pair of victories on the road at Avery County. Men Ashe had three players reach double figures and used a strong third quarter to pull away from the Vikings for a 60-50 victory. The Huskies had a three-point lead at the half, 30-27, but outscored Avery 16-8 in the third q

By tomorrow evening in homes all over America, thanks will have been given, turkeys will have been consumed, football will have been watched and the annual project of fitting all of the leftover food into the refrigerator will begin.
An overabundance of leftovers is less of a problem for some than for others. Doris Underwood of Salem, Virginia, do

The Thanksgiving groaning board

By tomorrow evening in homes all over America, thanks will have been given, turkeys will have been consumed, football will have been watched and the annual project of fitting all of the leftover food into the refrigerator will begin. An overabundance of leftovers is less of a problem for some than for others. Doris Underwood of Salem, Virginia, do





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