featured
  • ()

The Old Fort Community Forum will hold their September meeting on Thursday at the First Baptist Church in Old Fort.

featured
  • ()

The student leader of McDowell High School’s NJROTC was awarded the Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Achievement at the most recent McDowell County Board of Education meeting.

  • ()

Applications for 2018-2019 Regional Artist Projects Grants for artists residing in Alexander, Burke, Caldwell, Catawba or McDowell Counties are now being accepted. (A Spanish language version of the application and guidelines is also available.) This annual grant, for up to $1,500, provides …

featured
  • ()

Capt. Steven Ross of NJROTC asked the McDowell County Board of Education Monday night to help fund a new target system for the cadet shooting team.

featured
  • ()

The tragic and horrific events that befell our nation on Sept . 11th, 2001 are forever etched in the collective memory of our country: terrorists using commercial airliners as weapons of mass destruction, felling the twin towers of The World Trade Center in New York City; penetrating the mas…

featured
  • ()

West McDowell Middle School is having Chromebook distribution on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m. The school will also be holding AIG student meetings each evening by grade level:

featured

Rusty’s Legacy will be holding an adoption event at Tom Johnson’s Camping World on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rusty’s Legacy rescues dogs from high-kill shelters. All dogs receive medical treatment, behavioral and temperament evaluations and are spayed or neutered before adoption with t…

featured
  • ()

Through student-teaching experiences and training activities, the Gardner-Webb University School of Education prepares graduates to create a dynamic classroom environment. In her first year of teaching, Amber Townsend Allen was able to apply these fundamentals and excel in her efforts. Allen…

featured
  • ()

As the beginning of a new school year starts on Monday, drivers to West McDowell and McDowell High will have to comply with new traffic patterns when dropping off or picking up their students.