November 27, 2014 Edition

November 27, 2014 / News


Sara Giles Moore Foundation donates $5,000 to Kettle Creek Battlefield Assn.

Frank McGaughey, representing the Sara Giles Moore Foundation, recently presented a $5,000 check to ...

Legislative breakfast to be held Dec. 4 at Third Shiloh Center

The annual Legislative Breakfast sponsored by the Washington-­Wilkes Chamber of Commerce and Famil...

Bounds, Barnett receive top honors from Cattlemen

Two long-time beef producers were recognized by the Wilkes County Cattlemen’s Association (WCC...

Students share knowledge with fifth graders


Students of the Month named at W-WMS

Episcopal Bazaar, Luncheon to be held Saturday, Dec. 6

The Christmas Bazaar and Luncheon, an annual event created by the Episcopal Church Women will be hel...

Stephens Park plans holiday light display Saturdays, Sundays

The public is invited to “Come and experience the excitement of the Christmas season” a...

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Election as national FFA president is thrilling for Andy Paul

Andy Paul called it “the most thrilling moment of my life.” It was indeed a minute in ti...

Taking a load off after putting a load on

“Playing FORE The Cure” golf tournament sponsors offer thanks to community

The Eta Omicron Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, of Washington hosted the 8th annual “Playing FORE th...

Astronomical impact on Rotarians


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Top Ten Movies

1. Dumb and Dumber To (PG-13)Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels2. Big Hero 6 (PG) animated3. Interstellar (PG-...

Don’t be a fire fatality statistic when cooking, heating up holiday leftovers

Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgens urges Georgians to use caution with hol...

FBLA members present American Enterprise to first graders


FBLA members attends Fall Leadership Conference


Tignall News

Erma Bombeck once said, “Thanksgiving dinners take 18 hours to prepare. They are consumed in 1...


I am writing this during a break from making a cheesecake – a real, from-scratch cheesecake. T...
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