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STATE NEWS
Moore Wants to Give Out $3 Million in October
State Treasurer Richard Moore has challenged North Carolinians to help him give back $3 million in unclaimed property during October.


HEALTH ISSUES


Flu And Pneumonia Shots To Be Offered By Health Department


COLUMNS

Lovin' Spoonful

Great Outdoors

Que Pasa




Portraits Of A Community At Work





• Show At Lees-McRae To Explore Healing Power Of Art Dr. Judith Cornell to lead workshop.

Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED OCTOBER 16, 2003   

NEWS



• Eggers Wins Council Seat — Maybe
Manual Recount Scheduled for Thursday Morning.




• Park Plans Move Forward
Members of the Boone Town Council, minus the out-of-town Loretta Clawson, heard encouraging news at a special called meeting.



• County Teachers Receive ABC Bonus Checks
Board discusses HS renovations, security cameras.

• School Meetings Solicit Input
Parents asked to help decide the future of education in the county.

• Town Police Department Reports Crime Statistics
Drug charges, vandalism and serious assault cases are on the rise in Boone.

• North Carolina Naturally
High Country represented at Natural Products Association Meeting.

• McGee Announces Candidacy
State Court of Appeals Judge Linda McGee was back in Boone last week to announce her candidacy for the 2004 judicial elections.

COMMUNITY


• Boone Police Chief Speaks At Wake Up, Watauga
Bill Post has seen the relationship between police officers and community members come a long way in the past few decades.

• Bachelors Bring Big Bucks
United Way Fundraiser exceeds expectations.

• In Search Of Funding
Library hosts training session to help non-profits locate additional grants.

• Let’s Talk Month
Winning the battle against teen pregnancy requires an open line of communication between parents and their children.

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Features




The Beautiful Fight

“Remove your sash,” the Grandmaster said to the young boy. “Place it behind you, “ he instructed.
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Mountain Molasses Makers

For the past seven years, Parlier has invited his family and friends to make some old fashioned molasses from the patch of sugar cane that he grows each year.

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Farming for Golden Eggs
The Hubert Family’s front yard is filled with the chatter of shared excitement.
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High Country Honda


Footsloggers Outfitters


AppalCART Bus Service

 




THIS WEEK
This big lap cat is a ten-year-old spayed female.


 

 

 

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