Elkin Elementary School has been very busy helping out the community the last couple of months.
Creatures of science fiction may not be everyone's cup of tea, but when these “creatures” are making sure children in the community are going to experience a Christmas celebration that they might not otherwise have, then they should...
New books ready to check out at Traphill Branch Library include “Undone” by Karen Slaughter, “Double Take” by Jenness Walker, “Texas Ranger Dad” by Debra Clopton, “Homecoming Blessings” by Merrillee...
This is a story of Christmastime and textiles.It's not a story of clacking looms, flying lint and making money. Instead, it's a story of children's dreams, teenagers' delight and adult nostalgia.
“Is the trailer still there?” my father asked.
Looking back, I'm surprised Mom would let me watch TV at all.
A new audio book on CD ready to check out at Traphill Branch Library is “Walking on Water” by Richard Paul Evans. This is the fifth book of The Walk series and the library has all of them.
To the editor,
This is the spot where I will build my mountaintop dream home, I once told myself.
Little Stone Mountain Baptist Church will present the Hanging of the Green on Saturday at 6 p.m. There will be several groups singing and refreshments will be served in the fellowship hall afterwards.
Once upon a time in a kind and gentle land where they had black-and-white TV and only three networks available over the air, the happy people of that land enjoyed what they called personal service.