January 19, 2021
Despite a depleted staff and a serious COVID-19 outbreak, the owners of Graham Healthcare & Rehabilitation denied the state’s offer for help.
Raleigh – If running is your main prerogative in high school athletics, you now have four more chances to showcase your stamina.
Cheoah – Holidays are usually busy times for rescue personnel.
This Labor Day weekend was no exception.
The Graham County Board of Commissioners recently put out bids for a new sanitation truck. Thanks to the Community Facilities Direct Loan & Grant Program, the price tag will be covered.
An initial report of two staff members and only one resident of Graham Healthcare & Rehabilitation affected by COVID-19 quickly grew in number last week.
Cathy Mathews remembers her father Pete Leary waking up to cook for the anglers staying at the Deals Gap motel around 5 a.m. each day.
Following the reveal that two nursing home employees tested positive for COVID-19, eight more residents were recorded positive in Graham last week, which included a resident at Graham Healthcare &a
Robbinsville – If you want to trace the recent uptick in success for Lady Knights’ softball, it all starts downtown.