Pilot board makes 40-year decision
Owner of Pilot diner retires
Children’s Center unveils new store
Folks try yoga with baby goats
Town manager to stay, roads to be paved
- Pilot board makes 40-year decision - 8:57 pm
- County schools look to have impact - 4:33 pm
- Owner of Pilot diner retires - 5:21 am
- Children’s Center unveils new store - 11:20 am
- Folks try yoga with baby goats - 7:31 pm
- Relay dinner honors cancer survivors - 11:34 pm
- Pilot board addresses animals, grants - 11:02 pm
- Town manager to stay, roads to be paved - 7:56 am
- Pilot to deal with nuisances, grants - 7:46 pm
- Pilot Mountain enjoys 12th Night Out - 11:50 pm
- Pilot braves dark skies for 12th-Annual Night Out - 8:16 pm
- A silver lining for the forgotten - 11:05 pm
- Pilot Mountain student interns in London - 7:07 pm
- Mount Airy man arrested in fatal shooting - 6:18 pm
- Pilot receives $50K from General Assembly - 9:34 pm
- Pilot Mountain Police Reports - 5:32 pm
- Kirkman seeks election to judgeship - 7:40 am
- Pilot Board to recalibrate prayer policy - 7:25 pm
- Scott Needham files for Pilot seat - 7:24 pm
- Masonic lodge awards scholarship - 11:50 am
- East Surry cadets take honors - 11:33 am
- Shur: May you eat a lot of pie - 11:06 pm
- July 4th starts off with a bang, three of them - 8:05 pm
- Authorities detonate bomb found in van - 6:25 pm
- SCC offers drone class for youths - 3:26 pm
Pilot Mountain enjoys 12th Night Out
PILOT MOUNTAIN — Pilot Mountain caught a break from the weather on Tuesday evening as rainstorms circled all around the town but left downtown s...
Pilot braves dark skies for 12th-Annual Night Out
Pilot Mountain carries on under the threat of rain as part of a National Night Out event on Tuesday. For the full story, see a future edition of Mount...
A silver lining for the forgotten
“We’re the cat people,” said Kim Kirkman.She is a volunteer with Tiny Tigers Rescue, the Mount Airy animal rescue organization that ...
Pilot Mountain student interns in London
LONDON — An East Surry High School graduate’s summer plans ranged further from home than he had anticipated when he secured an internship ...
Mount Airy man arrested in fatal shooting
WINSTON-SALEM — A Mount Airy man was arrested Tuesday morning in connection with a fatal shooting in Winston-Salem Friday night.Jordan Anthony G...
Pilot receives $50K from General Assembly
Town Manager Michael Boaz informed the town board on Tuesday, July 17, that the Department of Commerce had awarded the town a $50,000 grant.“It&...
East turns the tables
RONDA — Some things are so nice they need to happen twice.The East Surry Cardinals and the East Wilkes Cardinals first met this season in week 1...
Three SCC spikers honored for ‘17 performance
DOBSON — Moving back to her natural position of outside hitter paid huge dividends in 2017 for Anika Thomas and Surry Community College’s ...
Cards pull it out with 33 seconds left
PILOT MOUNTAIN — East Surry sent Starmount packing for the second time this season with a 21-14 victory over the Rams in the first round of the ...
East Surry wins JROTC Raider Challenge
The East Surry Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) program seemed to enjoy being at home Saturday as it took on a large and impressi...
BURLINGTON — About 15 minutes after their season came to an end on a damp Saturday evening, one could notice many of the East Surry tennis playe...
PILOT MOUNTAIN — Rivalries tend to bring out the best in both Mount Airy and East Surry for a number of reasons.Whether their motivation was the...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
Anyone can turn 80, but very few people can turn 80-plus with grace like you. Happy Birthday Aunt Mycleta Burwell!Trinity Baptist Church would like to...
Albion Missionary Baptist Church will be having its Vacation Bible School June 24, July 1 and July 8 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. each day.Westfield Bapti...
Music students offer concert at church
Students of local music teachers Wilson Smith and Sherri S. Collins gathered at First Presbyterian Church in Pilot Mountain on two occasions over the ...
Shoals students, teachers run 5K
A number of Shoals Elementary School students participated in the Surry County Mad Dash 5K earlier this year.The school’s Grow Strong team was o...
Students get hands-on visit to hospital
Dan Combs, RN, BSN, CERN, EMT-P and the Northern Hospital of Surry County staff provided some hands-on experience for Mount Airy High School Health Sc...
Eat Mediterranean, eliminate medication
“Med instead of Meds,” the catchy-named program intended to use the Mediterranean diet as a way of reducing the need for medication, got a...
The internet is indeed a world wide web
Have you noticed your inbox being flooded with permission requests from just about everybody that has your email address? From the internet giants to ...
Who is America’s greatest living novelist?
Is it too soon to ask who is now America’s greatest living novelist? Philip Roth has been dead since Tuesday, and I’m a little curious as ...
Celebrities are just like us, they die
It is really annoying the way celebrities whom one has never met are constantly dropping dead and inflicting unwanted reminders of mortality on all of...
A ‘peony’ by any other name
A most delightful aroma was wafting out of my colleague Kim Cagle’s office on Thursday as I walked by. I looked inside, and she had a glorious b...
Reader stunned by city action
To the Editor,I was astounded to read the story about the Mount Airy Board of Commissioners refusing the rezoning request for the Shepherd’s Hou...
A red roadster: a dream that won’t die
A red roadster has been an object of desire for me since 1970. Ever since seeing the movie “Love Story,” I have wanted one with all my hea...