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A one-year-old female Australian cattle dog.





Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED SEPTEMBER 11, 2003   

NEWS


• Commissioners Continue To Debate Over Animal Noise Ordinance


• National Committee For The New River Introduces Five Year River Protection Plan




• Public Hearing Scheduled Monday For Potential Warrensville Sanitary District

• Drug Related Arrests Made By Sheriff’s Office
Several methamphetamine related arrests were made over the weekend in various areas of Ashe County

• Water Screening Project Planned For Sept. 25
If your drinking water supply is from a spring or private well, older than five years, it should be checked each year for coliform bacteria

• WJ Aldermen To Soon Address New Ordinance Concerning
Street Salesmen

 


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Clowning Around

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

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• Native People of North Carolina Topic of Talk 
“Who is an Indian? The Native People of North Carolina” will be the subject of Dr. Theda Perdue

• Rogers Featured In One Woman Show At NC Museum Of Natural Sciences

 

• Riverview Plans First Annual Collectibles Show
And Sale

• Don’t Drink The Water Opens This Weekend



• Festival Of The Frescos Coming In October

 

 

• Book Signing To Be Held At Skyland Books Saturday

• Thousands Expected For 31st Annual National Storytelling Festival

• Greater L.A. Festival To Provide Food, Fun And Music In Lansing
The Sixth Annual Greater L.A. Festival will kick off Saturday, Sept. 13th.

 

• Award Winning Documentary Featuring Elk Shoals To Play At Civic Center
“Trust Me”, a documentary, will be shown in Ashe County on Sept. 20th at 4 p.m. at the Ashe Civic Center.

• Ashe County Little Theatre Prepares For Latest Production
The opening night of Ashe County Little Theatre’s production of “Don’t Drink the Water” is only a week away.

• Award Winning New River To Perform In Ashe September 7


• Martha White Sponsors Local Jingle Contest
Catgut & Jugs Show on 100.7 FM needs singers.

 

• Ashe Arts Council Sponsors Studio Hop And Art On The Side

• Take An African Safari At The Ashe Arts Center
Visit the Ashe Arts Center and take a journey to western Africa for an exhibit that touches on the many artistic facets of life a continent away.

• Tickling The Ivories
The sounds of music will fill The Gallery of the Ashe Arts Center on Saturday, September 6 with the third annual piano concert.



High Country United Way Holds Benefit Golf Tournament
Golfers can tee off to help the High Country United Way next month.


 


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