Seventy-three scholarships were handed out Monday night to the class of 2016 at the Graham High School scholarship awards ceremony in Memorial Auditorium.
The City of Graham will begin spraying for mosquitoes and needs local residents’ help to try and control the population.
Mayor Jack Graham, center, signs a proclamation declaring May as National Water Safety Awareness month in the City of Graham to bring more community awareness to water safety. Looking on are, back row from left, council members Spencer B. Street, Darby Brockway, Brint Albritton and City Manager Brandon Anderson and, seated at right, Tracey Terasas, head of the Remembering Wyatt Dale Water Safety Awareness organization, and councilman Lee Boyd, seated at right.
Young County Judge John C. Bullock, center, signs a proclamation declaring May as National Water Safety Awareness month in Young County. Looking on are, back row, from left, Precinct 4 Commissioner Jimmy Wiley, Remembering Wyatt Dale Water Safety Awareness organizer Tracey Terasas and Precinct 1 Commissioner Mike Sipes, and seated at left Precinct 3 Commissioner Stacey Rogers and Precinct 2 Commissioner Matt Pruitt, seated at right.
Both the Graham City Council and the Young County Commissioners signed a proclamation declaring May as National Water Safety Awareness month in order to bring more community awareness to the issue.
A section of Second Street between Elm and Oak streets received a new parking designation early last week, and with it came something nearby business owners say is important to their customers: acc
In its second performance in The Perry, Graham Regional Theater will present “Greater Tuna” May 6-22.