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 NEWS

STATE NEWS

• 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




“Dreamy” Exhibit Explores, Explains Meaning of Nighttime Visions
A visit to the King-Shivell Gallery at Lees-McRae College Sept. 19-Oct. 18 might inspire the feeling of walking into a dream.

Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED SEPTEMBER 11, 2003   

NEWS



• Drawing a Line in the Sand
Anti-Meth community meeting draws a crowd.


• Deciding What to Do About the High School
Watauga County Schools commissions feasibility study.

• Test Confirms Case Of Rabies In Watauga County Cat
Watauga County Animal Control has reported the county’s first confirmed case of rabies in a domestic animal in five years.

• Local Air Pollution Monitoring Station To Get Upgrade
NC ozone season ends; particulates source of concern.

• ABC 2004 Plans Petition Drive
Signature Gathering to Start by Oct. 1

• Two, Four, Six, Eight — Who Do We Appreciate?
County schools make the grade again.

• Blowing Rock Council Adopts Town Center Ordinance
Setbacks For District Now In Place

• Business Association Forms Banner Elk Chamber Of Commerce
New organization voted in to serve resort town.

• BoA Approves Spoonerz Permit, Courtside Homes Variance
Members vote to bring back Stroupe.

• ASU Board Of Trustees Elects New Officers

• Lots Of Heart Given To Medical Center
A check for $101,000.00 was presented to Watauga Medical Center.

COMMUNITY




• A new feature exploring the jobs people hold in the High Country

• Clean Sweep
Watauga Extension looking for volunteers for NC Big Sweep Saturday.

• Sweeping Up
National Committee For New River sponsors Big Sweep September 20; volunteers needed.

• Call For Shutterbugs
Wilson Creek Photo Contest continues through September.

• Pet Show At Boone Mall September 20th

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


Features


Hampton’s Welcomes First Female Funeral Director

In olden days, it was customary for females to care for and prepare bodies for burial; through the ages, those duties evolved into a male-oriented task.
>>FULL STORY



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