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• Highlights Of The North Carolina Energy Policy
These excerpts hit some of the highlights from both the plan and the summary.

• Power Switch
App professors write State Energy Policy.


HEALTH ISSUES


Blue Ridge Cancer Coalition Announces 9th Annual Beyond Breast Cancer Celebration


COLUMNS

Lovin' Spoonful

Great Outdoors

Que Pasa




Portraits Of A Community At Work





CLOWNING AROUND

Though this be madness, yet there is method in ’t.
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Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED SEPTEMBER 04, 2003   

NEWS


• ABC 2004 Readies For Petition Drive
Boone mixed beverages vote could occur in March.

 

• New Admin Building Takes Shape
The Watauga County Board of Commissioners approved preliminary conceptual plans for the transformation of the old Heilig-Meyers building.

• Community Meeting Is September 9
Law enforcement personnel to present ‘Meth Labs’ facts.

• Sheriff Requests $172,766.59 Addition To Budget
Two months into the fiscal year, Sheriff Mark Shook appeared before the Watauga County Board of Commissioners to request almost $173,000 in additional funding.

• Council Talks Tax Collection and Disc Golf
The Boone Town Council directed Town Manager Greg Young to research the costs and benefits of the town taking over its own property tax collection activities.

• UDO Amendments Should Reduce BoA Caseload
The Boone Town Council approved several amendments to the town’s Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) last Thursday night.

• Partnership Holds Annual Meeting
Steury honored for contributions to sustainability.

• Upcoming Meeting For NCNR Scheduled For This Saturday

• Appalachian Retains High Marks In College Guide
Appalachian State University has placed fourth among the South’s top public master’s-degree granting universities.

• ICC To Make Only Slight Changes To WNCW
Board wants more news, closer relationship with college.

• Cone Estate Planning Process Continues
At a two-day work session devoted to the Moses Cone Estate last week, National Park Service staffers learned that comprehensive planning can be a frustrating exercise.

COMMUNITY


• Boone Holds Cleanup Day During Fall Litter Sweep
Marsha Story hopes Boone residents will make a clean sweep of the town’s roads this month.

• Boone Service League Accepts 2003 Grant Applications
High Country non-profit organizations have less than three weeks to submit applications for Boone Service League 2003 fall grants.

• Caring For Kids
Local foster parent earns state award.

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


Features


Taking It One Hoof At A Time
Last Sunday, men on horseback held up a dozen cars on Highway 421. Armed, but not dangerous, the men stopped traffic by riding out into the street raising their hands and, via the reins, their horses’ front legs.
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Marge Clevenger: September Woman Of The Month
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From Vine To Wine
Windy Gap Vineyard celebrates harvest weekends in September.
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High Country Honda


Footsloggers Outfitters


Dougnet Computer Consulting

 



 

 

 

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