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ARCHIVES POSTED APRIL 10, 2003   

NEWS

• Board of Adjustment Refuses to Rehear Howell Case
The Town of Boone is facing a lawsuit over the Board of Adjustment’s refusal last Thursday night to reconsider the conditional use permit application submitted by Blade Corporation
.

• Cooperative Extension Makes Annual Report to the People
Elected officials, Cooperative Extension staffers, Extension Advisory Council members and other interested folks gathered to celebrate Extension’s contributions to Watauga County over the past year.

• Murder in the Mountains
Three Arrested in Connection with Stabbing & Robbery of Johnny “Kurt” Harmon.

• Board of Adjustment Approves Tower, Apartments & Addition

• Commissioners Approve Jail, Table Heilig-Meyers Building Renovation Vote

• Jones Calls For Decision On What To Do About The
High School


COMMUNITY

• Straight From The Street
Q: How much war coverage are you watching on television?

Stop The Litter! Promotes Cleanup Efforts, Art Contest
Boone and Watauga County residents can do their part to help clean up the High Country this month by participating in the annual Litter Sweep.

• Students Raise the Roof at Community Education Celebration

• Heritage Crafts Display Showcases Local Artisans

• Spelling Bee for Grown-Ups Exposes Those Who Are ‘Wobbly with Words’

• Boone Service League Holds Fashion Show, Silent Auction

• Shootout For Shelter Supports Hospitality House

• Gala, Silent Auction Benefit Blazing Saddles

>>MORE COMMUNITY INTEREST STORIES.........



Features


There’s More Fungus Among Us
This is the second in a series of articles profiling the efforts of local folks involved in mushroom production. >>FULL STORY
>> Taking the Spawn into Their Own Hands: Part One



DEE DUNDON :
April Woman Of The Month

She has served with the Watauga Humane Society for over thirty years . . . through her efforts, hundreds of animals have been given a second chance at a happy life. >> FULL STORY



High Country Resident Earns Conservation Honor
The North Carolina Land Trust Council has recognized those who are dedicated to helping conservation initiatives in North Carolina. >>FULL STORY




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