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• N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission Working With Private Landowners To Preserve Access To Trout Streams

Health Issues

• High Country Childhood Asthma Forum

• Don’t Play Around with Polyps!

A revolution rolled into town as a Volkswagen Rabbit dressed in pink.

Watauga County



• Homespun Hills Residents Press for Acknowledgement, Enforcement, Safety
A bitter stalemate has developed between homeowners along Homespun Hills Road and town officials.

• Town Council Sets Date for Public Hearing on Towing Ordinance
Amendment to Water/Sewer Ordinance in the works.

• State of the County: Water and Sewer
Part two of a four part series

• Slope And Stream
The first forces of change made Watauga County a natural wonderland; and challenge.

• Noises & Nuisances
DBDA Discusses Dogs, Panhandlers & Street Vendors

• Wilson Creek Visitor Center Opens For First Full Season

• DOT Presents Alternatives For Grandfather Bridge

• Forest Service Authorizes Woolly Adelgid Control Study

• Forest Service Opens (Out) Doors For Season

• Parkway Announces Spring Facilities Openings

• ASU Considers Cutting Some Courses With Low Enrollment

Grants Will Boost Visibility of Todd Music Series, New Events

• Bobcat Sighting


• Straight From the Street
Q: Why are we at war with Iraq?

• Women’s Show Celebrates High Country Living
Red Cross plans to sponsor annual March event.

• Chefs Prepare To Please Palates With April 5 Salute

• Shootout For Shelter Supports Hospitality House

• Gala, Silent Auction Benefit Blazing Saddles

• WAGS Campaign Raises Funds For Watauga Animals
• Society Assists Animal Control, Humane Society



The Mountain Times Welcomes
Fawn Roark

Settling into her desk at The Mountain Times office in downtown West Jefferson, Fawn Roark feels like she is getting a new start in her hometown. >>FULL STORY


Taking the Spawn into Their
Own Hands

Shiitake-growing workshop focuses on the practical. >>FULL STORY

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