County commissioner candidates respond to questions
Wanted in Stokes
Anticipation growing for Special Olympics
City of King releases proposed budget
Armstrong Artisan to host annual Farm Fun Day
- Judge candidates offer their wisdom - 3:01 pm
- County commissioner candidates respond to questions - 10:01 am updated: 11:28 am.
- NWRL announces photography contest winners - 3:00 am
- Spring Genealogical Swap Meet - 2:00 am
- Wanted in Stokes - 2:00 am
- Better Business Bureau recognizes finalists for 2018 Torch Awards - 2:00 am
- Anticipation growing for Special Olympics - 11:05 pm
- City of King releases proposed budget - 2:56 pm
- Armstrong Artisan to host annual Farm Fun Day - 2:24 pm
- Tornado watch lifted in Stokes - 8:10 pm updated: 2:06 pm.
- Community invited to film screening and call to action - 11:50 pm
- Foxx responds to Speaker Ryan’s retirement announcement - 11:44 pm updated: 11:08 am.
- Master Gardener’s Seed Swap, King Farmer’s Market opening - 1:00 am
- Stokes artist receives Duke Energy Regional Artist Project Grant - 11:00 am
- Danbury Volunteer Fire Department celebrates 50 years - 11:00 am
- Stokes County Social Services recognizes Child Abuse Prevention Month - 10:34 am
- Stokes County appreciates our farmers - 10:00 am updated: 11:04 am.
- Stokes County Arts Council announces 2018 scholarship winners - 3:00 am
- Commissioners vote to relocate offices - 2:01 am
- Big Ron Hunter performs at The Arts Place of Stokes - 2:01 am
- Arrests in Stokes - 2:00 am
- Anticipation growing for Special Olympics - 11:50 am
- Things you need to know as we head into sneezing season - 5:00 am
- Little Folks Festival and Healthy Kids Day to be held - 1:20 am
- Local criminal defense lawyer arrested on drug charges - 9:55 pm updated: 11:22 pm.
Tornado watch lifted in Stokes
Update - The weather advisory and alerts have been lifted for Stokes County as of 10 p.m. The following roads remain closed:The following roads remain...
Community invited to film screening and call to action
In Recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month and in collaboration with the North Carolina Association for the Education of Young Children (NCAEYC), ...
Foxx responds to Speaker Ryan’s retirement announcement
Rep. Virginia Foxx, R-N.C., released the following statement after Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) announced his plan to retire at the close of the 115th Con...
Master Gardener’s Seed Swap, King Farmer’s Market opening
The Stokes Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association will sponsor the third annual seed swap in conjunction with the opening day of the King Far...
Stokes artist receives Duke Energy Regional Artist Project Grant
Local artist Zach McCraw was a recent recipient of the Duke Energy Regional Artist Project Grant available to artists working in the disciplines of mu...
Danbury Volunteer Fire Department celebrates 50 years
The Danbury Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad will be opening their doors for a free lunch on April 21 from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. to celebrate ...
Wildcats run past Sauras
West Stokes Tyler Smith hit a homerun and tallied three RBI’s and teammate Phillip Pollard pitched in relief to secure a 15-5 come-from-behind v...
Cubs off to a winning start
The Cubs, an adult baseball team with a roster full of Stokes County players, have opened the 2018 season strong. After games this past weekend, they ...
Wildcat lacrosse picks up wins
After losing to conference opponent Southwest Guilford 9-7 West Stokes dropped into third place, but the Wildcats quickly bounced back with a 15-2 win...
Lady Sauras secure first place
South Stokes won their fifth consecutive soccer game on Friday at home when freshman Evan O’Leary scored two early goals in a 2-0 pivotal Northw...
Vikings win conference championship
The rematch of the states top two 1A softball teams ended the same as the first two encounters. North Stokes (14-2, 4-0) completed the regular season ...
At the Riverview Senior Bunny Hop on Thur., April 5, the winners were (from L to R): W.D. Sands, Buster Mabe, Ron Lawson and Jerry Befort. Closest to ...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
If you haven’t, take the time to notice the flowering trees now. They are gorgeous! The dogwoods and red buds are also starting to blossom. We t...
Children enjoy local Easter egg hunts
The Christian Awareness Program (CAP) held their annual Easter Egg Hunt and community cookout at the East Walnut Cove Park in Walnut Cove.The Christia...
Hope everyone had a blessed Easter. It was such a beautiful weekend to spend time with family and friends. My sister and I visited my aunt and uncle S...
The Garden Plot
The fickle month of April is here - April is now six days old and a highlight of the month is the fact we can expect the last frost of the season in a...
It sure was a beautiful snowfall on Saturday. It looked really pretty on the daffodils and forsythias, unusual but pretty. Let’s hope that’...
Just when you think it’s safe to turn the heat off, it’s 30 degrees again. It’s 35 degrees this morning. Didn’t bother with th...
A child who is allowed to be disrespectful to his parents will not have true respect for anyone - Billy GrahamA dear friend of mine celebrated her 90t...
Nancy Reynolds News
The vendors and the members of the Rock House Ruritan Club would like to thank everyone who attended the Vendor Day Sale last Saturday. Thank you for ...
Sandy Ridge News
Sandy Ridge Music Association’s Inaugural Bluegrass Open Jam was very successful this past Saturday. We had a good turn-out in spite of the gust...
Hats off to North Carolina’s lineworkers
Dear Editor,April 18 marks National Lineman Appreciation Day, and I’d like to thank our state’s lineworkers for their commitment to keepin...
Dear Editor,The Farm Service Offices in Stokes County would like to thank all the local businesses and community organizations that sponsored this yea...