December 13, 2018
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    Elementary students graduate from D.A.R.E. program

    Twenty-two fifth graders at Pine Hall Elementary were recognized on Friday afternoon for completing a 10 week D.A.R.E. course where they learned to respect others and lead lives free from substance abuse and dangerous behaviors. [...]
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    Lights on Beasley illuminate Sandy Ridge

    Lights on Beasley is back in Sandy Ridge and making the holidays a lot brighter. The display of more than 20,000 lights, 60 inflatables, Christmas sculptures and animated music is spread over four areas of [...]
  • Local News 1

    Snowstorm sweeps through Stokes

    Stokes emergency services director Brandon Gentry encouraged citizens to stay home unless they absolutely had to be out Sunday afternoon. Snow totals reached more than a foot and a wintery mix continued to fall in [...]
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    Suspect flees following arrest

    Solissia Ann Mitchell and Jimmy Ray Inscore were arrested at Days Inn, at 109 Vesta Street in King, on Tuesday, Dec. 4 after the King police department received breaking, entering and larceny reports from AE [...]

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  • Dawn Schaber-Wagner’s grandchildren Rosaleigh and Lucas experienced their first snow in Pilot Mountain on Sunday. Piper and Blue enjoyed Westfield’s 13 inches of snow on Sunday afternoon. Eric Moore measures 12 inches of snow at [...]
  • a Tell us your name and where you think this picture was taken on thestokesnews.com or by calling 336-591-8191. Check this space next week to see who sent in the first correct answer and find [...]
  • Walnut Cove kicked-off Christmas Friday night with their annual tree lighting ceremony at the Walnut Cove Public Library. The Cove Group hosted its third annual Santa’s Workshop with local venders, caroling, dancing and visits from [...]

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