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HEALTH ISSUES

Preventative Screening Set This Saturday At Greenfield Campground

Travelers Beware! A Guide To International Travel


COLUMNS

Lovin' Spoonful

Great Outdoors

Que Pasa



An Interesting Question
Gets Interesting Answers



Journey Through Darkness

A Holocaust Survivor’s Story:

Part 1 in a Series

Part 2 in a Series

Part 3 in a Series

Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED JULY 31, 2003   

NEWS


• Points of Agreement, Difference in EDC Presentations
Commissioners take no action at work session.

• Sales Tax Holiday Gives Parents a Break on Back to School
Knowing the rules can maximize your savings.

• High Country Secures Grants For Watershed Protection
All three High Country counties have benefited once again from state monies allocated through the Clean Water Management Trust Fund.

• What Are The Forces of Change?
MountainKeepers release Watauga maps, demographic project.

• Demand For Food High, Supply Low At Hunger Coalition
Macaroni and cheese – that’s what hundreds of High Country families and individuals may be facing if donations don’t increase soon.

• Ordinances Would Restrict Land Use

• Watauga County Schools Start Thursday, August 7th


• FSA Officials Come to Town




COMMUNITY


• Straight From The Street
Have computers improved our quality of life?

• The Peace Corp: Looking for a Few Good Volunteers
When John F. Kennedy said, “My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country,” he did not stop there.

• HandMade In America Promotes High Country Experience
Business leaders, residents and college students learned that small is huge, local is important and the intangible is real this month.

• Laditude Lures Fur Ball Guests To Dance Floor
High Country residents can dance the night away while helping their furry friends this month.

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


Features


Rattlesnakes Don't Get No Respect

After speaking at length about the multiple threats to his favorite species, John Sealy sighs, “It’s not a happy business being a rattlesnake conservationist.”
>>FULL STORY




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Missy is a two-year-old spayed female Sheltie mix.