Baker Dismisses Chemical Weapons Charges
North Carolina Superior Court Judge James Baker
ruled last week that certain provisions of the states
chemical weapons statute are unconstitutional and unconstitutionally
applied to those charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.
State Board of Education Meets In
honors Watauga, Caldwell Schools.
Crafting A Wetland In Valle Crucis
N.C. State Project completes conservation of Valley
Of The Cross.
Parkway Lands $4.94 Million Appropriation
If approved by the president, a U.S. Interior
Department appropriations package approved by Congress last
Monday would send almost $5 million dollars toward the Blue
Board Upholds Occupancy Violation
Francis Googy and Clarinda Gress argued an unsuccessful
appeal in front of the Boone Board of Adjustment last Thursday
School Enrollment Will Decrease Over Next 10 Years
Dr. Jerry McKibben of Gann-McKibben Demographic
Consulting presented a detailed report on county demographics
and enrollment projections to the Watauga County Board of
Education Monday night.
State Issues Notice Of Violations To Blowing Rock For Spill
Fines, amount still under consideration; town
The Bear Necessities
Food shortage may make encounters more likely.
Proposed Lowes Shopping Center Sets Off Opposition In Banner
community, prepare for Board Of Adjustment decision.
AppalCART Gets New Buses
AppalCART, the public transportation authority
serving Boone and all of Watauga County, introduced two
new buses which began service in September 2003.
Democrat Announces Candidacy for 5th District Seat
Purdue Visits Boone
Gov attends to Business, Politicking