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Monday
Sep202010

Copper Wire Stolen From Radio Repeater Site

Wilkes County Deputies are investigating a copper theft that happened last week. They say in the past two months, somebody broke into where a radio repeater for the Army Corps of Engineers is located on Pores Knob and took the wire. Its valued at about 300 dollars.

Monday
Sep202010

The Oak Initiative

A Town Hall meeting held late last week was one of the first efforts by a grassroots group trying to get the AChristian worldview back into the public square. THe Oak Initiative is a joint effort of several Christian leaders, and while the group is conservative in its political outlook, local organizer Rich Ralston says the group is not affiliated with any of the wider-known conservative groups:

For more information on the group, visit http://www.theoakinitiative.org/

Sunday
Sep192010

Surry Co Investigators Looking at a Murder

There have so far been no arrests in a Surry County murder that happened last week last week near Mount Airy. The Winston-Salem Journal reports that it happened around 5:30 Tuesday morning in Westfield. Surry County Sheriff's officials said Vicky Lynn Coe was found dead in a house. She had been shot in the head and he body was taken to Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem for an autopsy.

Friday
Sep172010

$5500 Worth of Electronics Stolen

Wilkes deputies are investigating a break in at a North Wilkesboro home yesterday. The victim said when they returned home, the house had been ransacked and several electronic and related items were missing. They listed things like a plasma tv, a Blue Ray player, a Wii gaming system and numerous disks that play on the devices as missing, Deputies say the missing items total more than $55 hundred dollars.

Friday
Sep172010

More Than $5500

Wilkes County deputies are looking for whoever took more than 55 hundred dollars worth of electrics, DVDs and games for a gamplayer from a home in the county. The victim told investigators that when they got home yesterday, just before 4 p.m., the house had been broken into and ransacked. Deputies say disks for games and movies, a tv, the gaming devices and other items had been taken.

Friday
Sep172010

Congresswoman Foxx Visits Schools on Constitution Day

Its Constitution Day today, and in honor,
Congresswoman Virginia Foxx is visiting several schools in her district to talk with students about the Constitution and the individuals who helped create our charter document. She'll visit schools in Yadkin and Allegheny Counties. Today is the 223rd anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution. During her visit to the three schools Foxx will talk with students about the Constitution’s creation and how it serves as the foundation for government in the United States. She will also be giving students a pocket-sized copy of the Constitution.

Friday
Sep172010

Sixth Grade is an Important Year for Kids' Shots

Over the past couple of decades, the sixth grade year is one that has increasingly become important in the state-required immunizations for children. Brenda Stanley with the Wilkes County Health Department says a dose of TDaP vaccine, which protects against the whooping cough and other diseases, is now a state requirement for school entry in the 6th grade:

There are other immunizations available starting at age 11 that Stanley highly recommends:

For more information, contact the Wilkes County Health Department.

Thursday
Sep162010

Troxler: Have Corn Tested

The NC Ag Commissioner is keeping our food safe! That's why Steve Troxler is pushing farmers to have their cord tested for aflatoxin, which he said can contaminate feeds and food. Aflatoxin is a byproduct of the mold Aspergillus flavus, and can be harmful to both humans and livestock.
Some farmers may need to have corn samples tested for crop insurance purposes. These farmers must submit their samples to a grain marketing location certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The tests cost $22.20. Corn samples may also be graded at these locations.

Thursday
Sep162010

No One Hurt in Fire

No one was injured in a fire that burned for several hours at Precision Fiber in Ronda Thursday morning. Ronda Firefighters said the fire, on Factory Street may have started when dust got in some equipment and caught fire. Officials say the fire broke out around 3 a.m. Thursday. Precision Fiber's been in Ronda for about 10 years.

Thursday
Sep162010

Have Corn Tested for Afatoxin

That's why Steve Troxler is pushing farmers to have their cord tested for aflatoxin, which he said can contaminate feeds and food. Aflatoxin is a byproduct of the mold Aspergillus flavus, and can be harmful to both humans and livestock.
Some farmers may need to have corn samples tested for crop insurance purposes. These farmers must submit their samples to a grain marketing location certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The tests cost $22.20. Corn samples may also be graded at these locations.