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Dr. King’s message still important today

How have White supremist groups been able to grow in the United States? It’s because individuals – white and black – have allowed it to ... Read more

6 hours ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Company shut down by pandemic helping with vaccine clinics

By Jeanna Baxter White Davie Economic Development More than 1,000 Davie residents are one step closer to COVID-19 immunity following a drive-thru vaccination clinic at ... Read more

6 hours ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Second dose vaccine clinics on Wednesdays

The site for all COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Davie County will be at the Davie County Community Park on US 601 South in Mocksville. Those ... Read more

6 hours ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Training helps teachers cope through pandemic

By Jeanna Baxter White WordMaster Media Group for Mebane Foundation When Davie County Schools launched DavieLEADS four years ago, they could not have known the ... Read more

6 hours ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Young people can earn $1,000 for respect ideas

By Madi Rogers DRI Ambassador Do you want to learn and teach others about how to be more respectful? Do you want to win a ... Read more

6 hours ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Public Records for Week of Jan. 21, 2021

Land Transfers The following land transfers were filed with the Davie Register of Deeds, listed by parties involved, acreage, location and deed stamps purchased, with ... Read more

6 hours ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Need help navigating pandemic with your business? Try BOOST

ADVANCE – The Davidson-Davie Community College Small Business Center completed its Pandemic Recovery Counseling project in December of 2020. This initiative was an effort to ... Read more

6 hours ago by Mike Barnhardt.

VFW blood drive Friday

Called a Battle of the Badges – VFW Post 8719 in Advance will sponsor an American Red Cross blood drive from 1-5:30 p.m. on Friday, ... Read more

7 hours ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Child abuse cases escalating during pandemic

By Jeanna Baxter White Word Master Media Group Amber’s (not her real name) step-dad had been touching her at night. The middle-schooler reported that “he ... Read more

7 hours ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Advice to newly-elected board members: Calm down

By Mike Barnhardt Enterprise Record Politicians go into office thinking they’re going to change the world. Clint Junker, chair of the Davie County Board of ... Read more

1 week ago by Mike Barnhardt.

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