Wilkes County

N.C. DOT Awards $2.1 Million Contract for 79.5 Miles of Road Improvements in Wilkes and Ashe Counties

Published Wednesday, April 17, 2013 at 12:19 pm
April 17, 2013. A $2.1 million contract has been awarded to Blythe Construction Inc. of Charlotte by the N.C. Department of Transportation to apply asphalt surface treatments on 79.5 miles of secondary roads in Wilkes and Ashe counties. Work can begin as early as April 29 and be completed by Oct. 1. Read more...
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If Trend Continues, 2012 Meth Lab Busts Will Surpass N.C.’s Record-Setting Year of 2011 – 237 Busts So Far

Published Monday, July 16, 2012 at 2:42 pm
July 16, 2012. Meth labs are on the rise again. If the current trend continues, this year will be another record-setting year. Read more...
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End of Series: Reflections on MerleFest; Four-Day Festival Begins on Thursday. See you there!

Published Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at 1:18 pm
April 23, 2012. Leading up to MerleFest, check the HCPress.com every day for the 10-part series on the festival, which began in 1988 as a one-time fundraiser for a campus garden and a memorial for Merle Watson. MerleFest still serves as a community fundraiser and memorial, yet it has grown into one of the premiere music festivals in the world. Read more...
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Part 9 in 10-Part Series: Reflections on MerleFest

Published Monday, April 23, 2012 at 9:45 am
April 23, 2012. Leading up to MerleFest, check the HCPress.com every day for the 10-part series on the festival, which began in 1988 as a one-time fundraiser for a campus garden and a memorial for Merle Watson. MerleFest still serves as a community fundraiser and memorial, yet it has grown into one of the premiere music festivals in the world. Read more...
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Part 8 in 10-Part Series: Reflections on MerleFest

Published Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 10:37 am
April 22, 2012. Leading up to MerleFest, check the HCPress.com every day for the 10-part series on the festival, which began in 1988 as a one-time fundraiser for a campus garden and a memorial for Merle Watson. MerleFest still serves as a community fundraiser and memorial, yet it has grown into one of the premiere music festivals in the world. Read more...
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Part 7 in 10-Part Series: Reflections on MerleFest

Published Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 10:31 am
April 21, 2012. Leading up to MerleFest, check the HCPress.com every day for the 10-part series on the festival, which began in 1988 as a one-time fundraiser for a campus garden and a memorial for Merle Watson. MerleFest still serves as a community fundraiser and memorial, yet it has grown into one of the premiere music festivals in the world. Read more...
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Part 6 in 10-Part Series: Reflections on MerleFest

Published Friday, April 20, 2012 at 12:01 am
April 20, 2012. Leading up to MerleFest, check the HCPress.com every day for the 10-part series on the festival, which began in 1988 as a one-time fundraiser for a campus garden and a memorial for Merle Watson. MerleFest still serves as a community fundraiser and memorial, yet it has grown into one of the premiere music festivals in the world. Read more...
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Part 5 in 10-Part Series: Reflections on MerleFest

Published Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 10:06 am
April 19, 2012. Leading up to MerleFest, check the HCPress.com every day for the 10-part series on the festival, which began in 1988 as a one-time fundraiser for a campus garden and a memorial for Merle Watson. MerleFest still serves as a community fundraiser and memorial, yet it has grown into one of the premiere music festivals in the world. Read more...
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Part 4 in 10-Part Series: Reflections on MerleFest

Published Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 9:44 am
April 18, 2012. Leading up to MerleFest, check the HCPress.com every day for the 10-part series on the festival, which began in 1988 as a one-time fundraiser for a campus garden and a memorial for Merle Watson. MerleFest still serves as a community fundraiser and memorial, yet it has grown into one of the premiere music festivals in the world. Read more...
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Part 3 in 10-Part Series: Reflections on MerleFest

Published Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 10:30 am
April 16, 2012. Leading up to MerleFest, check the HCPress.com every day for the 10-part series on the festival, which began in 1988 as a one-time fundraiser for a campus garden and a memorial for Merle Watson. MerleFest still serves as a community fundraiser and memorial, yet it has grown into one of the premiere music festivals in the world. Read more...
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Part 2 in 10-Part Series: Reflections on MerleFest

Published Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 10:23 am
April 14, 2012. Leading up to MerleFest, check the HCPress.com every day for the 10-part series on the festival, which began in 1988 as a one-time fundraiser for a campus garden and a memorial for Merle Watson. MerleFest still serves as a community fundraiser and memorial, yet it has grown into one of the premiere music festivals in the world. Read more...
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Part 1 in 10-Part Series: Reflections on MerleFest

Published Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 12:10 pm
April 12, 2012. Leading up to MerleFest, check the HCPress.com every day for the 10-part series on the festival, which began in 1988 as a one-time fundraiser for a campus garden and a memorial for Merle Watson. MerleFest still serves as a community fundraiser and memorial, yet it has grown into one of the premiere music festivals in the world. Read more...
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