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ARCHIVES POSTED SEPTEMBER 18, 2003   

NEWS


• Ashe County Schools Excel Again In ABC’s Of Public Education
Could it get any better than this?

• Ashe County Leaders Receive Awards For Their Contributions
Three Ashe County officials received awards recently from the High Country Council of Governments (Region D).



• Events Highlight Parkway Value, Popularity
Two events highlight what the world’s first linear park, and the country’s most popular national park, means to visitors and residents of the Southern Appalachians.

• License To Help
New NC plate celebrates, assists, Blue Ridge Parkway and Foundation.

• Authorities Search For Leads On Missing Man
Man disappears without a trace.



• WJPD Searches For Man Wanted On Felony Assault Charge

• WJPD Investigates Fraud Case With Incidents Totaling Well Over $50,000

• Statesville Man Dies In Motorcycle Accident

 


COMMUNITY


• Things We Do

• State, Local Sustainable Energy Groups Sponsor Latest Home Tour
With skyrocketing materials costs, and sustainable energy issues coming to the fore in recent blackouts, alternative building methods are coming to the fore in residential construction across the country.

• Mountain Hearts Center For Prevention And Wellness Hosts Ashe County Rescue Squad



Features



Lisa Willingham Named Ashe Teacher Of The Year

Second Grade teacher Lisa Willingham of West Jefferson Elementary School had a nice surprise Monday morning during class.
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• African American Dance Ensemble Visits Ashe County
The African American Dance Ensemble returns to Ashe County for a nine day residency

• Award Winning Documentary Featuring Elk Shoals To Play At Civic Center

• “Don’t Drink The Water” Plays At Civic Center



• Studio Hop And Art On The Side Scheduled For Twelfth Year

• WJBA To Hold Second Annual Autumn Arts Day

• Art Teacher Exhibits Sculpture In Caldwell County

• “Mitchell’s Peak” Author Scheduled For Book Signing Sept. 20



• Festival Of The Frescos Coming In October

 

• Thousands Expected For 31st Annual National Storytelling Festival

• Autumn Group Show Features Local Artwork At Tin Roof

 

• Studio Hop And Art On The Side Scheduled For Twelfth Year

• 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.



• Sporting Goods Exchange Started To Help Ashe Youth Athletics

• Benefit Golf Tournament Held For Steve Hampton


 



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