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Forces of Change

• Incoming
Forces of Change Turn Watauga County Inside Out

The Gates Open

• Moving In: Watauga A Natural Beacon For All Comers

• Slope And Stream

• Mountain Dale Tales

• Project Will Track The People And Land Of Watauga County

 



Mushrooms As A Cash Crop

• Large-Scale Shiitake Success Is a Labor-Intensive Process
Experienced Grower Identifies Pitfalls

• The Man Behind the Mushrooms

• There’s More Fungus Among Us

• Taking The Spawn Into Their Own Hands

 

Avery County

ARCHIVES POSTED APRIL 24, 2003   

NEWS


• Remembering The Father Of Jack Tales
Ray Hicks: A Legend In His Own Time
Ray Hicks needed no introduction – his name was a household word for many miles around.

• Symbol And Substance
Environmental legislation is stacking up as the most diverse and critical for North Carolina in decades.

• Making A Name Brand
North Carolina Christmas Tree Association Wins Grant

• Congress Candidate Visits Crossnore School

• New Chamber Website Draws Rave Reviews




COMMUNITY


• Avery Habitat For Humanity Plans Two Houses This Year
Verlaine Hoilman is a very happy woman. Within the next month, she will hold the keys to a brand new house.

• We’ve Got the Whole Earth in Our Hands: Earth Week 2003

• Avery County Shrine Club Facts And Figures

• Taste Of The High Country Set For May 6




Features


Family Works Together To Beat Cancer
The Stamey family knows what it’s like battling cancer – more than once. >>FULL STORY




Events and Happenings


• MerleFest 2003
Thousands Gather in Wilkesboro for
Fun & Music

• Stage Schedules
• Tony Williamson: North Carolina’s Mandolin Virtuoso
• Youth Is Served: Peasall Sisters & justincase Showcase Talented Youngsters
• Banjo Picker Casey Henry: A Family Tradition
• Asleep at the Wheel Reawakens Interest in Western Swing
• Fan Favorite Laura Love Returns to MerleFest

• Summertime Blues
By August, residents and visitors to the Todd Community will have already been treated to some of the area’s – and nation’s - finest music.

• Avery Heritage Fest 2003 Scheduled For Saturday June 7.






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