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Kacy Yount working towards doctorate

The Davie Community Foundation is continuing its “Where Are They Now?” series about former scholars. By Madison Hartness Davie Community Foundation As scary and unsettling ... Read more

1 month ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Cooperative Extension working differently

Cooperative Extension is running just as hard as ever, but agents are doing business a little differently. New mandates dictate that the Extension Center is ... Read more

2 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

United Way program can help with prescription costs

United Way of Davie County is committed to connecting residents to prescription savings resources during the coronavirus pandemic through its partnership with FamilyWize. Community residents ... Read more

2 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Deep Roots garden spots available

Would you like to have a garden this year? Would you like to learn more about gardening? Join Deep Roots Community Garden, which offers classes ... Read more

2 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Spend more time with family and less in the kitchen

It’s often said that teaching someone else is the best way to learn – and strong students make good teachers. Davie County’s Marie Craig was ... Read more

2 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Register now for senior games

There is still time to join the 2020 Davie County Senior Games, open to Davie residents age 50 and better. The participation fee of $12 ... Read more

3 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Faith stirs volunteer spirit

Jack Jerome of Cooleemee retired from the Pilot View Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) board of directors after 28 years. During his tenure, Pilot View ... Read more

3 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Baking cookies for charity a Smith family tradition

By Stephanie Williams Dean Bless Your Spoon Working at the Smith Cookie Factory was the sweetest job I’ve ever had. Three generations of Smith boys ... Read more

3 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

The Literary Corner: Renegade Writer’s Guild

“Screams in the Night” By Julie Terry Cartner A single, shrill scream permeated the solitary stillness of the night.  Then silence descended once again, when ... Read more

3 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

The Literary Corner: Renegade Writer’s Guild

“Planting Seeds” By Linda H. Barnette My grandmother, Blanche Dwiggins Smith, was my hero. She was four-foot-ten and had white hair that was never cut ... Read more

3 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

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