News

The recent Peter Pedroni Memorial Dinner was successful in raising over $6000 dollars.

Watauga High School's Journalism class is relaunching the Powder Horn, the school newspaper's print edition.

Dale Earnhardt Jr gathered a group to help clean North Wilkesboro Speedway and preserve it forever.

MerleFest organizers have announced the addition of two-time Grammy Award-winner John Prine, Billy Strings, Colin Hay, Kelsey Waldon and the Emmy-nominated Gangstagrass to the lineup for this year’s festival, April 23-26 at Wilkes Community College.

The town of Beech Mountain wants to hear from citizens about the town's future.

The automotive students at Watauga High School are building the school’s own electric car.

The N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation is seeking public input on the Elk Knob State Park Master Plan.

Carolina Farm Credit's Corporate Mission Fund has awarded $146,000 to 25 local organizations and 12 college students.

The 5th annual Festival of Trees fundraiser for the Western Youth Network raised almost $50,000 dollars last weekend.

The Watauga-Ashe-Wilkes Scholarship Endowment recently awarded $5,000 to Wilkes Community College to use for student scholarships during the 2019-2020 academic year.