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Interior Elements opens here

The Davie County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Oct. 13 for one of its newest members – Daniel Whicker of Interior Elements. ... Read more

5 days ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Public records for week of Oct. 22, 2020

Sheriff’s Dept. Oct. 11: harassing phone calls, S. Main St., Mocksville; harassing phone calls, Singleton Road, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Casa Bella Drive, Advance; suspicious activity, ... Read more

5 days ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Cooleemee announces leaf pickup schedule

COOLEEMEE – The town has announced its leaf pickup schedule for every Tuesday in November and December except for Dec. 15, and on Jan. 5. ... Read more

5 days ago by Mike Barnhardt.

County planners to hear request for zoning map amendment

There will be a meeting of the Davie County Planning Board on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. in the Commissioners Meeting Room at 123 ... Read more

5 days ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Kidnapping suspect now facing drug charges

A Mocksville man accused of kidnapping now faces narcotics charges. Davie Sheriff J.D. Hartman reports that on Oct. 17, deputies responded to 183 Calvin Lane ... Read more

5 days ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Festival of Lights traffic pattern should be better

BERMUDA RUN – What’s in a name, even if it’s for streets? For Bermuda Run, the addition of two new access streets into the Kinderton ... Read more

5 days ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Ambassadors of Respect: Young people’s projects can earn $1,000

In the midst of COVID fatigue, there is a bright light shining in Davie County.    The Davie Respect Initiative returns with new, more inclusive ... Read more

1 week ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Count on Me: Businesses train for safe reopenings

By Jeanna Baxter White Word Master Media Group “We’re all in this together,” says Davie County Chamber of Commerce President Caroline Moser. “As North Carolina’s ... Read more

1 week ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Juveniles questioned for stealing political signs

Two juveniles are being questioned for stealing signs of Democratic candidates in Mocksville on the night of Oct. 6. Mocksville Police were notified of the ... Read more

1 week ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Sign up now for Veteran’s Day blood drive

Davie High School students Keelyn Oakes and Reed Marion know the importance of veterans. They also know the importance of donating blood so that others ... Read more

1 week ago by Mike Barnhardt.

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