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Go, See, Do: Monday, May 4, 2015

YEATS EXHIBIT: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today at Z. Smith Reynolds Library on the campus of Wake Forest University. “W.B. Yeats and his Books” feature…

  • icon Posted: May 03


Get Out: Hanging Rock holding waterfall challenge

Folks in Stokes County are again incorporating the county’s biggest jewel — Hanging Rock State Park (sorry Priddy’s General Store) — into a fundraising effort with the inaugural Family, Friend…

Betting on Pendleton County

In this March 24, 2015 photo, Matt Karlson, right, supervisor for the NROCKS Outdoor Center and Chris Ward, operations manager for the center, walk across a suspension bridge that stretches 200 feet between rock formations at 150 feet above ground in Circleville, W. Va. A recent study commissioned by the Appalachian Regional Commission cites West Virginia's Nelson Rocks and Seneca Rocks, a formation to the north owned by the National Park Service, as keys to Pendleton County's “tremendous potential as a tourism destination.” But like all tourism in the Mountain State, it faces challenges. (AP Photo/ Jonathan Drew)

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