Sonker Festival set for Saturday
Wreck sends five to Baptist, one critical
Mayberry Days: eating it up
Dobson hopes to have new pumps soon
- Woman, 23, pinned in car - 12:56 pm
- Westfield students celebrate Constitution Day - 4:02 am
- Candidates set to square off - 3:31 am
- Sonker Festival set for Saturday - 12:55 am
- Funds raised for ALS research - 12:48 am
- Property transfers - 3:34 pm
- Wreck sends five to Baptist, one critical - 12:35 pm
- Free SBC seminars set for October - 3:53 am
- Mayberry Days: eating it up - 2:28 am
- Health Department Inspections - 1:46 am
- Most Wanted - 12:59 am
- Dobson hopes to have new pumps soon - 12:51 am
- Under the spell of ‘Mayberry’ - 6:26 pm
- School Lunch Menus - 6:22 pm
- The Andy Griffith Show’s ‘spoiled kid’ is anything but - 5:11 pm
- Marriages - 5:00 pm updated: 5:00 pm.
- Divorces - 4:44 pm
- Tinker Bell takes Mayberry by storm - 3:28 am
- Mayberry guests gather for party - 2:42 am
- ‘Thelma Lou’ never tires of Mayberry Days - 2:15 am
- Surry County sheriff to appear on 48 Hours premiere - 1:56 am
- Knotts spills info and draws laughs - 12:41 am
- Ernest T. and Otis, you beat everything - 12:41 am
- No Mayberry Days for ‘Leon’ - 6:06 pm updated: 6:34 pm.
- Sentencing dates altered in Arnder case - 2:17 am
- County steamlines county ordinances - 1:28 am
- Duke Slater coming back to Mayberry - 12:46 am
- Mayberry Days tees off at Cross Creek Country Club - 12:42 am
- Tinker Bell comes to Mayberry - 12:04 am
- Show explores many sides of James Best - 6:48 pm
- Sheriff shares info about latest drug trend learned at federal training - 2:37 am
- Local actress has role in new TV series - 12:58 am
- Police reports - 12:03 am
- Friend remembered, money raised through motorcycle event - 11:20 pm
- Knotts presents new show in Mayberry - 5:46 pm
- Police briefs - 5:01 pm
- Bienniel Moore reunion held in Winston-Salem - 3:03 pm
- RomaReady holds open house - 4:22 am
- Mayberry Days begins - 3:45 am
- Go ahead and set them up for success - 1:47 am
- Girls to hit gridiron for charity - 12:49 am
- Tenant raises airport issues - 12:42 am
- Hospice purse auction set for Oct. 20 - 12:31 am
- Dobson students, Boy Scouts retire flags - 12:22 am
- Pro-Confederate group plans march, sale in Dobson - 11:55 pm
- Local Kmart tagged to close - 5:30 pm
- Surry County agencies good to go with gas - 5:11 pm
- Special Mayberry license plate sought - 2:09 am
- EMS fitness plan approved - 1:02 am
- Police reports - 12:49 am
Health Department Inspections
Health Department Inspections is a regular listing of inspections conducted in Surry County establishments by North Carolina health officials. The lis...
Dobson hopes to have new pumps soon
DOBSON — Town officials here hope to see progress on a much-needed water plant upgrade by year’s end.Thursday evening contracted engineer ...
Under the spell of ‘Mayberry’
There’s a lot to take in at Mayberry Days; the five-day schedule - and Mount Airy itself - is packed with opportunities to experience “The...
School Lunch Menus
Here are the lunch menus for Surry County Schools and Mount Airy City Schools.Early CollegeMondayACP (Arroz Con Pollo)Corn DogBlack Bean Salsa & T...
The Andy Griffith Show’s ‘spoiled kid’ is anything but
It would be a mistake to confuse Ronnie Dapo with the character he portrayed in “Opie and the Spoiled Kid,” the first of three episodes of...
Slow start, misfortune ruin Hounds’ Homecoming
The dreaded “Murphy’s Law” has the North Surry football team in its grip, and it won’t let the Greyhounds go.The Hounds came i...
Defense carries Eagles to fifth win
DOBSON — Surry Central’s defense racked up eight turnovers to power a 14-12 win over Salisbury on Homecoming night.The Golden Eagles jumpe...
Lady Hounds sweep S. Stokes
North Surry’s volleyball team kept up its unbeaten run through the Western Piedmont Athletic Conference on Thursday evening, sweeping three sets...
Bears refuse to lose
On paper, this had all of the makings of an upset loss for the state’s eighth-ranked 1A soccer team.Mount Airy hosted Walkertown in its Northwes...
Lady Cards keep rolling
PILOT MOUNTAIN — East Surry’s volleyball team hasn’t let up since the Lady Cardinals grabbed a share of the lead in the Northwest Co...
No. 1 Lady Bears down Bishop again
Barring a late-season collapse, the top-ranked girls’ tennis team in the state will also be tops in the Northwest Conference for 2016.Mount Airy...
Let them eat internet cake
It’s a great time in the history of the world for recipe collectors. In the old days, you could get recipes from your Mom and other relatives an...
New River Trail State Park offers outdoor paradise in Virginia
Editor’s Note: This is part of a continuing series of stories called “Find Your Park,” where we will highlight local, state and fede...
New church meeting at Creekside Sunday
A new, contemporary church will be begin holding weekly services this week inside of Creekside Cinemas in Mount Airy.Thrive Community Church will hold...
Miss Daisy and a teachable moment
Miss Daisy, Surry County’s 4-H cow, is much beloved by the children of the county.She’s getting on up there in age, as she has been around...
Showing off 101: French pastry
If you like to cook and do very much of it, you’re going to need a “company dessert” in your repertoire. Sooner or later, you’...
A crockpot’s not as good as a robot, but it’s close
They say a watched pot never boils. But if you don’t watch it, it’s going to boil over. This very conundrum is why crockpots are as popula...
Studying this odd creature that is man
Human beings are an odd species.For years I have been fascinated by the psyche of the American public. I took several psychology classes and a philoso...
Police do good things — believe it or not
Whenever a police officer fatally shoots someone, justifiably or not, it is pretty much guaranteed to be big news all the around the country — p...
…and God remembered…bottles and books
When I was a classroom teacher, I read a story to my young scholars about an elderly Mr. O.Mr. O wanted to brew tear water tea. So, Mr. O sat in his k...
Election year from a cord cutter’s view
I cut the cord from the cable company back at the end of 2011. Whenever friends complain about their astronomical cable bills, I ask them why they don...
Neighbor brought the community together
Today I have a funeral for my neighbor, Wallace Creed.I was only 7 when my family moved from Sunset Drive near the hospital out to White Plains. I tho...
Small Business Center offering free seminars
Surry Community College’s Small Business Center will be holding free seminars and workshops in August at various locations in Surry and Yadkin c...
Leonards names operations manager
Leonard Building and Truck Accessories has announced the hiring of Joe Robbins as operations manager.Leonard is a manufacturer and seller of trailers,...
WorkForce Unlimited acquires Laurinburg operation
WorkForce Unlimited, a full-service staffing firm based in Mount Airy, recently announced it had acquired the light industrial staffing division of As...
Free business seminars set for May
The Small Business Center at Surry Community College will be holding several free seminars and workshops in May at various locations in Surry and Yadk...
Leonard hosting job fair, open house Friday
With a number of positions ready to fill, Leonard Building and Truck Accessories, a manufacturing and sales business for trailers, storage buildings, ...
Golf Cart Outlet a firemen affair
A local golf cart specialist is planning a ribbon cutting and open house to celebrate becoming an authorized dealer for a leading manufacturer.Golf Ca...