Powwow planned for this weekend at American Legion
Wildcats grab opening-night win
Weekend of music at Arts Place of Stokes
Dixon holds book signing in Walnut Cove
Al Gore stops in Stokes County
- North Carolina cattle industry assessment referendum vote set for Oct. 4 - 5:03 am
- Weekend of music at Arts Place of Stokes - 12:54 pm
- Powwow planned for this weekend at American Legion - 9:50 am
- Weekend of music at Arts Place of Stokes - 9:00 am
- Fourteen graduate from Surry Basic Law Enforcement - 8:46 am
- Stokes County Schools Open House schedule - 8:45 am
- Celebration of Public Education Stokes and Surry Counties - 8:41 am
- Foxx visits local company to highlight skills gap - 8:16 am
- Dixon holds book signing in Walnut Cove - 8:15 am
- Stokes County Association of Educators endorse candidates - 8:00 am
- Groups mingle with nature at farm - 7:59 am
- Al Gore stops in Stokes County - 7:55 am
- John L. Hairston leaves lasting legacy - 7:36 am
- Wanted in Stokes - 1:00 am
- Ride and Rally this Saturday - 12:15 am
- Senior game winners - 7:51 pm
- Pinnacle Ruritan News - 6:23 pm
- Works by Diane Plaisted featured at Apple Gallery - 5:31 pm
- View Story - 5:13 pm
- Animal adoption center moving forward - 8:32 am
- Attempted traffic stop turns into chase, two men still at large - 8:25 am updated: 3:25 pm.
- Need for child advocates still exist in Stokes County - 5:18 am
- Gentry named new EMS director - 11:00 pm
- Nagging is not an option - 7:33 pm updated: 3:29 pm.
- Welding classes include one for women - 4:45 pm
Stokes County Association of Educators endorse candidates
The Stokes County Association of Educators (SCAE), comprised of educators, support staff, bus drivers, cafeteria workers and custodians have endorsed ...
Groups mingle with nature at farm
A non-profit, experimental learning facility now in its fourth year of highlighting sustainable food production and environmental stewardship is seeki...
Al Gore stops in Stokes County
The fellowship hall of Rising Star Baptist Church in Walnut Cove erupted in applause as former vice president Al Gore and Rev. William Barber II, walk...
John L. Hairston leaves lasting legacy
John L. Hairston would have been 100-years-old on Monday, August 13 and although he passed away in 1993 his legacy in Stokes County still lives on.On ...
Wanted in Stokes
Stokes County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on the whereabouts of the following individuals:Jason Alan Grubbs, age 29, male, brown hai...
Ride and Rally this Saturday
The King Chamber of Commerce is hosting the annual Community Ride and Rally to benefit the American Legion, Post 290 in King this Saturday, Aug. 18 at...
Wildcats wrap up football scrimmages
West Stokes football team completed their practice week with a scrimmage on Wednesday at Elkin, and then traveled to Mount Tabor on Friday and faced t...
Lady Sauras fall to Phoenix
South Stokes volleyball opened their 2018 season against 3A powerhouse McMichael Phoenix in a non-conference game on Tuesday night in Walnut Cove. The...
Wildcats drop season opener
West Stokes men’s soccer began their 2018 season against rival East Surry on Monday. The Cardinals tallied the go-ahead goal with 14:33 left in ...
Sauras welcome area teams for jamboree
South Stokes football hosted their annual jamboree on Friday evening and welcomed Elkin, McMichael, Starmount and North Stokes. Before the Sauras comp...
Vikings show improvement during scrimmages
North Stokes football team had two impressive scrimmage showings against McMichael and Elkin during South Stokes Jamboree on Friday night at Keith Gor...
Pictured are winners of the Thursday afternoon, 9 hole Bunny Hop held weekly at Stonewall Golf. Team pictured L to R: Frankie Fant, Mark Williams, Wil...
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Marching to a West Stokes DrumbeatSophia Jennings noticed that the paint was peeling off of all the drums at West Stokes High School; therefore, she b...
The Old Paths: The legacy of Jeff Lee
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Global warming bites back
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A new era of entrepreneurship
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