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Wilkes County Gazette

The Wilkes County Gazette (WCG) is a monthly digital news media publication that is based in Wilkes County, NC. 




The Garden Of The Senses in Wilkesboro, NC.  2013.  Photo by Valerie Jeanne Hynson


The Wilkes County Gazette newspaper was first published as the Wilkes Gazette in May 2009 by Shooting Star MediaTeresa S. Maynor was the founder and first editor of this news publication.  The company transferred ownership late in 2012 to Jeanne Armonk Enterprises.  The new editor is Valerie Jeanne Hynson.  The Wilkes County Gazette is now published online in a digital format and is based in Wilkes County, NC.

The Wilkes County Gazette will continue to have articles of local interest to both residents and visitors alike.  In the past four years, the publication has spotlighted local events, businesses, individuals, local attractions, restaurants, movies, comics, classifieds, animals in need of homes and much, much more.   Wilkes County is a beautiful area and has much to offer to people of all ages.

Please click the link below to see the latest edition of WCG.

Wilkes County Gazette
Mailing Address:  
Jeanne Armonk Enterprises
P. O. Box 1982 
North Wilkesboro, NC 28659
Phone:  (828) 205-1659
 

 

 

 

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