She could almost be described as a typical sixth
grader shes eleven years old, has lots of friends,
loves to ride bikes and has learned to deal with braces
and a big brother. Beyond that, she loves to act, sing,
(including songs shes written,) play guitar, and dream
A North Carolina writer who has made confronting
crisis a trademark in her writing will be the next featured
author in Appalachian States Visiting Writers Series.
Country Writers Host Tony Abbott
Artists Needed For School Residency Program
River Awareness Day On April 1
Fish'n Game Rendezvous Scheduled
Clinic Scheduled At Friendship Baptist Churchon
Available for Skyline Youth Programs
The Black and Gold Elite Dance Team is usually
decked out in, well, black and gold. This week, however,
the team will don new apparel as they compete this week
in the Chick-fil-A Cheer & Dance Collegiate Championship
in Daytona, Florida.
Of The Mind Is Coming To Town!
Keeping the spotlight on education, the North
Carolina Odyssey of the Mind State Finals are coming to
Boone on Saturday, April 17.
Permaculture workshop on Saturday.
Worms Work Wonders With Waste
Wendy Patoprsty, a Watauga County natural resources
agent with the N.C. Cooperative Extension Service, said
the first part of the workshop will focus on how to create
various types of outdoor piles or bins and their biology.
Provides Tips On Furniture Refurbishing
High Country residents can polish up on their
furniture refurbishing skills this week.
Inn Hosts Annual Salute To Chefs April 3
Once again the chefs of the High Country are gearing
up for their annual fundraiser.
Than 85 Prospective Students Visit Lees-McRae
Honors Six Local Employees For Practicing 'Outrageous Customer
Fest Held April 1-4 at Appalachian
Star Contestants Get Reprieve
Kicks Off New Exhibition Of Local Artwork
Various styles of work will be on display from
local artists Joannie Bell, Martha Gimlin, Shirley Hampton,
Raney Rogers and Susan Van Wyk. The work of these artists
will be on display for a minimum of two months and there
will always be something new to see.
Lions Club Hosts Optometry Student
Powell shares a common goal with the local Lions
Club to ensure all people have the best possible vision.
Bring used glasses to Lions for others.
'Wings And Things' Deemed Huge Success
Artists Earle Kluttz Thompson and Raines Thompson
of Kluttz Thompson Designs of Raleigh led the project. The
artists painted the outline of the mural on the wall and
the painting started Friday and was finished up Sunday.
Math Team Participates In Technology Training
WJ Short Stops, New Beginnings Hold Successful Fundraiser
Street Marketing To Give Away $1,000
Woman Promoted To Assistant Editor
County Motors Sponsors Customer Appreciation Day
Beginnings To Hold Spring Craft Sale This Weekend
Realtors Discuss Their Jobs