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 NEWS


HEALTH ISSUES


High Country PEAKS Planning Second Annual “Families Fit Together”


COLUMNS

Lovin' Spoonful

Great Outdoors

Que Pasa




THIS WEEK
Rover is a three-month-old male retriever mix.





Avery County

ARCHIVES POSTED OCTOBER 23, 2003   

NEWS



• Time To Fall Back

Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday Morning



• Grant To Fund Joint Chaplain For Cannon Memorial And Crossnore School


• Herndon Voted New Director At High Country Council Of Governments

 



COMMUNITY



• Farm City Dedicated To Woody Richardson,
Bill Edmisten

Tickets are now available for the big event of the year for farmers in Watauga County.



• Appalachian Voices To Hold Open House November 6th
The open house is being held to celebrate Appalachian Voices’ fifth anniversary.

• Grassroots Grant Funds Available



Features





Making Hominy The Old Fashion Way

>>FULL STORY




 

Mountain Apples: Palate Pleaser From Peeling To Pan
Nothing says autumn like a good, firm mountain apple.

>>FULL STORY




Bingo Is Its Name

Boone parlor draws more than numbers.

>>FULL STORY


Events and Happenings



• The Captured Moment

Photography museum director speaks to students.




• Reaching For Stars
Local acts tabbed in statewide talent search.


• Classical Grass

David Holt & Carolina Pops perform NC Music Tuesday.



• Southern Literary & Music Event Planned for Nov. 6
Lee Smith, Clyde Edgarton & Tim O’Brien at ASU


• Setzer To Appear At Skyland Books Saturday
For Book Signing




• High Country Cloggers To Appear At Ashe Civic Center


• N.C. State Fair Offers Many Shopping Opportunities


• Mountainhome Music Presents Dulcimer Delight
On Saturday October 25 Mountainhome Music will present Dulcimer Delight, music performed on the mountain and hammer dulcimer.

• Dancing Wheels To Perform At Lees-McRae College


• How ‘Bout Them Apples?

19th Annual Hickory Ridge Apple Festival Saturday




• Lees-McRae Clubs To Give Area Children Fun,
Safe Halloween Entertainment

• Blue Ridge Parkway Authors Visit Banner Elk
J. Scott Graham and Elizabeth Hunter at Tynecastle Photo Sunday.

• Reflections Of The High Country In Silk
Art Exhibit at Great Train Robbery in October


• N.C. State Fair Celebrates 150 Years Of Blue Ribbon Fun October 17-26 In Raleigh


• Tweetsie Railroad Gears Up For Ghost Train Festival
Halloween fans are counting the days to one of the High Country’s most popular events.


• MERLEFEST 2004 Announces Stellar Line-Up

Ticket sales begin on November 11, 2003.



Midnight Rules
New look for App basketball.

 


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