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Churches Sponsor Bone Marrow Tests, Blood Drive

Alcohol/Drug Council Promotes National Recovery Month


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“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 25, 2003   

NEWS


• Commissioners Mull Charging a Filing Fee for Complaints
At a work session devoted to the county’s proposed solid waste and junked car ordinances on Monday night, Commissioner Allen Trivette proposed two ideas for reducing frivolous complaints.


• One-Stop Voting Is Happening Now
Early voting began on September 18 and ends on Saturday, October 4.

 

• Economic Indicators: Sales Tax Deficit
County faces estimated half-million shortfall.


• ABC 2004 Starts Petition Drive
Group Has 90 Days to Gather 3,915 Signatures

 

• Ashcroft and Wilson Linked in National Media
Articles question anti-terrorism charges for common crimes.

• Cooper Defends WMD Charge, Calls for Legislative Action
Attorney General Roy Cooper sat down with The Mountain Times to discuss the rationale behind charging methamphetamine producers under the state’s anti-terrorism statute.

• Sheriff Continues Outreach Efforts
Library meetings designed to inform public about county’s Meth Problem.

• Radio Stations in Transition
The Rondinaro Broadcasting Incorporated family of radio stations is in the process of being acquired by Aisling Broadcasting of Boone.

 

COMMUNITY

• Canoes 32, Tires 24
New River cleanup yields ten tons at sweep.

• Bid For Bachelor Benefits High Country United Way
Several of the High Country’s most eligible bachelors are putting themselves on the auction block next month.

• Blowing Rock Chamber Hosts Annual Pet
Show Saturday
High Country animal lovers can celebrate their pets this weekend in Blowing Rock.

• Animals Also Available For Adoption At Pet Show
Animal Control booth features four “Special Needs” pets.

• Get Pampered for Free
Make plans to attend the sixth annual Women’s Day of Pampering on Saturday, October 4.

• Sheriff Mark Shook Honored During Hometown Heroes Night At Burger King


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


Features


FAREWELL MATE
Navy veteran of Pearl Harbor sails on.

>>FULL STORY

 

 

 


PARADOX SKATEPARK
Two days after Paradox Skatepark put a sign in front of its Hwy 105 location, the park was full
of kids.

>>FULL STORY

 



Footsloggers Outfitters


Dougnet Computer Consulting


AppalCART Bus Service

 




THIS WEEK
Dancer is an eight-month-old, neutered male, Border Collie mix.


 

 

 

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