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Avery County

ARCHIVES POSTED JULY 24, 2003   

NEWS


Paper Changes Addresses, Phone Number
The Avery Mountain Times has changed its contact information. The paper’s new phone number is (828) 733-2448 while its fax number is now (828) 733-0639. Its e-mail address is now tcambell@alloveravery.com, and its new mailing address is P.O. Box 1330, Newland, N.C., 28657.

• Legislative Update: New Laws Have Local Effects
General Assembly Adjourns After Shortest Session in Three Years.

• NCDA&CS’ Market News Information Can Be Heard Online
Farmers and producers can now listen to the latest market news information from their computer.

• Director Of Center Attends Meeting In Russia
Dr. Richard Wolfe teamed up with scientists from around the world to study the problem of waste that results from the burning of coal.


COMMUNITY


• Alumni Participate In Frolic Week At Lees-McRae
School may not be in session, but more than 100 Lees-McRae College alumni have been staying on campus for Alumni Frolic Week.

• Waldenbooks Celebrates Community Of Authors
Local Author Event To Raise Money For Watauga Library

• Regional Artist Project Grant Announced



Features


Henion, Mountain Times Nab National Awards
The Mountain Times is delighted to announce that staff writer Leigh Ann Henion has won two national newspaper awards for her feature stories.>>FULL STORY

 

 

Finders & Keepers
Most of the time he hits the road, he’s headed to the Boone Cruise-in that takes place every Friday night in the Bank of America parking lot. >>FULL STORY

 

 

Events and Happenings

Renowned Pianist Juana Zayas To Perform At Lees-McRae



• Carlton Gallery’s Mid-Summer Exhibition Highlights Spirited New Paintings—Opening Reception July 27th, 2-6pm

 

• The Steep Canyon Rangers Bring Bluegrass To Banner Elk
Thursday evening, July 31, at 6:30 PM, Banner Elk Town Park comes alive with Western North Carolina’s hottest young bluegrass band, the Steep Canyon Rangers.

• The Early Apples Are In
The pickings Are Good At The Orchard At Altapass

• Beech Mountain’s 22nd Annual Crafts On The Green
Saturday, August 2nd, Beech Mountain will once again host one of the areas favorite craft events.

• The Mile High Kite Festival On Beech Mountain, NC

• Grandfather Home Art Sale Benefit
Cannon Student Center on the campus of Lees McRae College will hold an art sale to benefit Grandfather Home for Children

• ASU Dept. of Theatre Presents Children’s Workshop


• Halpert Biennial Features Best in 2-D Art




Sports and the Great Outdoors

Local Athlete Anticipates Another Try At Triathlon

 


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Lodging in the High Country


A list of area Services

 

Journey Through Darkness

A Holocaust Survivor’s Story:

Part 1 in a Series

Part 2 in a Series

Part 3 in a Series

 

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