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Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED OCTOBER 23, 2003   

NEWS


• Fish, Salamander Kill ‘Phenomenal’ In Aftermath of Toxic Spill
State Division of Water Quality preparing notice of violation; experts assessing damage to
New River.

• Eggers Wins Reelection In Recount
The manual recount of Boone’s ballots was done in about an hour, and although some of the precinct counts were different, the results were the same.


• Cemetery Scam Takes Shape
The people who stand the greatest chance of losing their investment are those who invested in the unbuilt mausoleum.


• Where’s the Beef?
Shortage expected to cause prices to skyrocket.


• AppalCART Project Receives Conditional Approval

• Ordinance Work Session Next Tuesday
Commissioners to discuss solid waste, junked car regs.

• Appearance Commission Reviews Landscape Ordinance

• High Country Conservancy Garners National Award

• Herndon Voted New Director At High Country Council
Of Governments

• Trexler Named Principal of the Year

• Time To Fall Back
Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday Morning.

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.


• Hunger Coalition Executive Director Speaks At Library
The Hunger Coalition and the Watauga County Public Library are teaming up to educate area residents about the problem of hunger in the High Country.

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

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Boone parlor draws more than numbers.
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