Holly Lamm is a native of Arkansas who moved to Elkin in 1998 and began her career at The Elkin Tribune. Married to Scott Lamm, they have three children Brady, Cameron and Maggie Lamm, a Border Collie named Patches and a Westie named Bailey. Contact Lamm for advertising or for general office information.
Terry Ross has been with Civitas Media since September 2010. She has over 20 years of sales and marketing experience which include retail electronics, managing an outside marketing team and print/digital advertising. Terry enjoys creating successful marketing campaigns for local businesses regardless of their advertising budget.
Kara Ball has been with The Yadkin Ripple since April 2005. She has lived in Yadkin County all her life. She has been married to Tony Ball for 17 years and they have three wonderful kids, Ashlyn, Ryan and Dylan, who keep her very busy.
Judy Baldwin manages circulation and distribution for The Tribune and The Yadkin Ripple. Her duties include looking after the carriers and assisting in the front office. At home, she loves to work in her flowers, grow veggies and walk at Elkin Park. She likes to read a good book when she has time.
Wendy Byerly Wood has been with the company since February 2001. She started out as a reporter at The Mount Airy News, and has since worked as editor at The Stokes News and the Weekly Independent, and associate editor at Mount Airy. For some time she has served as editor of The Pilot, a position she retains, and in October 2013 she became editor for The Elkin Tribune and The Yadkin Ripple. She lives in Pilot Mountain with her husband, Johnnie III, and their son, Jackson Kourtland "Kourt" who is 4.
Kitsey E. Burns is a Yadkin County native who serves as a staff reporter and feature writer for The Yadkin Ripple, The Tribune and On the Vine magazine. She holds a bachelor's degree in communication studies from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She began her journalism career at The Tribune in 2004. After several years in the marketing and public relations field, she returned in 2014 to write for The Yadkin Ripple. In her spare time, Kitsey enjoys cooking, gardening and spending time with her fiancee. She is an active performer with Foothills Theatre and volunteers annually at the Susan G. Komen breast cancer 3-Day in Atlanta, Georgia.