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Stem began with the area known as Tally Ho and was a prime fox hunting territory in the 1700s. The Stem family were co-proprietors of a general store in the Tally Ho Township and owners of the land where the Richmond and Danville railroad met. Today, Stem is a thriving small town in the heart of Granville County, with easy access to Raleigh, Durham and the Research Triangle Park. Welcome to our Town!

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1 week ago
Town of Stem

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1 week ago
Town of Stem

If you feel like being Viking!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

If you feel like being Viking!!!!Image attachment

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Where is it held?

IVE LIVED IM STEM FOR 34 YEARS…..HOW DID I NOT KNOW ABOUT THIS!!!! That’s awesome.

This is our first year in Stem. Last year was in Oxford but we needed a larger location.

Who knew?

Deez Woelk

~Mar 25-26, 2023, The Viking Experience Festival, The Barn at Vino, 3200 Bliss Trail, Stem, NC 27581 www.thevikingexperiencenc.com

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2 weeks ago
Town of Stem

The Town will hold another information session about the proposed ETJ project on Wednesday, March 15 at 7pm at the Stem Fire Department on Franklin Street. If your property is in the proposed ETJ, you should receive a notice about the meeting in the mail. If you are unable to attend, feel free to contact us with any questions. ... See MoreSee Less

The Town will hold another information session about the proposed ETJ project on Wednesday, March 15 at 7pm at the Stem Fire Department on Franklin Street. If your property is in the proposed ETJ, you should receive a notice about the meeting in the mail. If you are unable to attend, feel free to contact us with any questions.Image attachment

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Has this proposal been discussed at all in a meeting with Granville County Commissioners? If so, can you direct me to the date of that meeting so that I may read over the minutes?

Town of Stem, I have really thought about this after the meeting last night and taken your points into consideration. You say if you don't do this proposed ETJ, then Butner will take it instead. It seems to me, Butner's population has not yet exceeded 10,000. When they do, they can then extend up to two miles beyond their corporate zone. As of now, their zoning off of Old 75 appears to be ETJ and not corporate. Lyon Station area appears to be corporate. Therefore, the impacted area looks likely to be (and this is all hypothetical because I don't see any plans on Butner 2040 website for an ETJ in this area) the area extending between Prestwick and Mangum Farms. Should Butner exceed a 10,000 population and do 2 miles ETJ from their corporate limits, most of us in the north, east, and far southern areas of YOUR proposed ETJ will be unaffected by Butner. I say all this to ask, WHY can't this map be amended to be an ETJ from Prestwick to Mangum Farms, and the rest of us be left alone? I am genuinely asking why this couldn't be a solution?

2 weeks ago
Town of Stem

GranvilleCounty Chamber of Commerce banquet 2023 was an awesome event at the Barn at Vino in the Stem Community! ... See MoreSee Less

GranvilleCounty Chamber of Commerce banquet 2023 was an awesome event at the Barn at Vino in the Stem Community!Image attachment

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Had a great time. Good people and good food.

3 weeks ago
Town of Stem

March Commissioners work Session 3/6/23 will be canceled. The business meeting will be held 3/20/23 ... See MoreSee Less

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When will the construction on Jack Day Park be completed?

3 weeks ago
Town of Stem

The Town of Stem would like to wish Mr David Gooch a Happy birthday! If you see him downtown please wish him a happy one! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Birthday! πŸŽ‚πŸŽ‰πŸŽˆ To a great man.

Happy Birthday to him..πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

Happy BirthdayπŸŽ‚πŸŽπŸŽ‰

4 weeks ago
Town of Stem

The Granville County Animal Shelter is hosting a vendor market to raise funds to support the services the shelter provides. Proceeds from entrance fees, raffles, and a few student/parent organized sales will go directly to the shelter. The event is on March 25th from noon to 4pm. We are looking for vendors and another food truck or two. Please message me if you are interested. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago
Town of Stem

Timeline photosThe GHS Foundation announced that it is accepting applications for its 2023 Sam Perry Memorial Scholarship Program, now in its 13th year. The deadline for submitting a completed scholarship application packet is April 28, 2023 at 5:00pm.
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4 weeks ago
Town of Stem

FYI. Please keep your pets on a leash while using the TRLC trails.Hi! My name is Brownie, and I love hiking on Tar River's trails. Great places for serious sniffing. My mom always keeps me on a leash so that I do not run up to or frighten anyone else. My mom has heard that there are people using TRLC's trails who are not keeping their pups on a leash. Please leash your pups. I want to be able to continue to hike on the trails! #hikingtrails #getoutdoors #dogs #dogsafety ... See MoreSee Less

FYI. Please keep your pets on a leash while using the TRLC trails.
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