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ARCHIVES POSTED AUGUST 21, 2003   

NEWS



• Park Partners
Banner Elk project models private-public cooperation



• Planning Commission Recommends Condo Approval
The Boone Area Planning Commission recommended approval of a conditional use permit for a three-building, 38-unit condominium development on Cecil Miller Road.

• Commissioners Dispense With Light Agenda
Commissioner Keith Honeycutt, absent from Tuesday night’s board meeting due to a previous commitment, didn’t miss much.



• Election Update: McKethan, Municipalities and Money


• Boone’s Public Works Projects Address Pedestrian, Motorist Safety

COMMUNITY


• High Country United Way Announces Fundraising Campaign Goal
High Country United Way officials hit the ground running last week.


• Kidstock III Boasts Wide Array Of
Family Activities

Kidstock III organizers made sure this year’s family festival is stocked full of kids’ activities for all ages.


• Public Invited To View Mars At Appalachian’s Dark Sky Observatory
ASU’s Dark Sky Observatory is opening its doors and dome to those interested in viewing Mars as it closes in on Earth.



• Humane Society Offers Chances For Pet Calendar Photo Opportunities
High Country animal lovers still have a few more days to register for a chance to show off their favorite pets.

• Take a Farm Field Trip
Extension to Showcase Community Supported Agriculture Potential

• Big Sale Boasts Bounty Of Bargains
ASU Program Uses Event To Raise Awareness, Funds For Stop The Litter Initiative

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


Features


Blair Farm
Historic Treasure at the Bend of the Road
The old farmhouse is set well back from Deerfield Road, and you might not even see it unless you’re looking left as you drive around the curve at the entrance to Blairmont Subdivision.
>>FULL STORY



No Lights, Big City
A Boone Local Recounts the NYC Blackout

It was hot and humid in New York City that day and Godwin had been running around the hard to negotiate city for days.
>>FULL STORY



Footsloggers Outfitters


High Country Honda


Dougnet Computer Consulting

 




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