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Augusta, Lincolnton, Millen, Washington, Waynesboro

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Rope jumpers learn how to stay heart healthy Washington-Wilkes Primary School physical education teacher Terrence Pendleton recently sponsored the “Jump Rope for Heart” program at the school during which all students in kindergarten through the third grade learned jump rope skills and ho
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Farm Safety Camp to be held May 31 at McGill-Woodruff The annual Farm Safety Camp is once again coming together for 2018.The many agricultural and safety oriented businesses of both Wilkes and Lincoln counties have worked together in order to sponsor a fun camp for children that will also instruct them on ho
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REACH scholarships can help students through needs-based mentor program By KAY TOTO staff writer The primary focus of the April meeting of the Wilkes County Board of Education was the Reaching Educational Achievement Can Happen (REACH) scholarship program.read more
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Trike-A-Thon next Thursday on Lincoln Circle will benefit pediatric cancer research center Glascock, Johnson, Washington, and Wilkes County Head Start Centers are joining thousands of pre-schools, daycares, and other groups across the country in sponsoring a St. Jude Trike-A-Thon event this week to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hos
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Wilsbary Sale will be held May 5 at Mary Willis Library The Friends of the Mary Willis Library have announced that the next Wilsbary Book, Plant, and Bake Sale will be held on Saturday, May 5, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the library. New this year will be an early bird entry fee of $5 allowing entry before the offi
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Rale News By MARGARET ARMOUR Call 706-825-9457 magbeth25@gmail.com Mrs. Mildred Sisson also joined the family dinner at the home of Carl and Vickie Sisson on Sunday, April 8 at their home in Washington. As noted last week, Tom and Gloria Wheatley, Richard and Lisa
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Deadline for voter registration nears; General Primary Election set May 22 The deadline for registering to vote in the General Primary Election is fast approaching. April 24 is the last day a person can register to vote or to update their information if they have moved, such as a name or address change.read more
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Tignall News By CAROLYN GAMMON Please call 706-285-2736 I heard an interview on the radio last week. A little boy was being interviewed and asked how to avoid allergies. He spoke with much knowledge, “The best way to avoid allergies is to stay away from them.&rd
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Optimist 5K, Fun Run running back-to-back on Square this Sat. The seventh annual Washington Optimist Club 5K on April 21 will have a new enhancement for those who wish to participate. Last year the Kids Fun Run was added but this year, anyone can participate in the Fun Run and 5K entrants can run it as a free warm-u
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