Unload Truckload Of Food For Hunger Coalition
Several High Country volunteers braved freezing
temperatures and strong winds to help the Hunger Coalition
For Babies Program Enters Second Year Of Service
Abbys Friends celebrated a year of success
Blue Ridge Electric presents bright ideas grant
Valuation, And Planning Issues In Agricultural Tourism Workshop
Friday, November 21st
This workshop Recreation and Tourism Management
and NCSU, will provide information and assistance for farmers,
landowners, craftspeople and small businesses interested
Small Acreage To Work Conference
Them In Stitches
ASU Knitting Club Visits Dees Yarn Nook
In Comic Form Flourish
There was a time when comic books were just for
kids. When the underground comic movement began in the late
1960s, however, a new audience emerged for illustrated stories
and the works themselves took off in hundreds of different
Humane Society Calendar Celebrates Adopted Animals
High Country animal lovers have the perfect Christmas
gift thanks to the Watauga County Humane Society, Minors
Printing and Todd Bush Photography.
The Life Of Sue Wilmoth
I know the entire community shares our grief
and great sense of loss with the passing of Sue W. Wilmoth,
a genuine community leader in every sense."
Roundtable Forum Is November 20
Economic impact of the Arts in Watauga County tops
Bands Jam Out for Hunger Thursday
As we make our preparations for next weeks
Thanksgiving celebration, it is easy to forget that there
are people in our region who have a hard time putting food
on the table.
Offers Learning Through Song Program Nov. 22
Devils Town Council Honors Robbins
Sweeter Than Candy
Of The Month
Pregnancy Care Center Moves To New Location And Opens Thrift
A new top notch thrift shop is opening at the
new location of the Ashe Pregnancy Care Center in Jefferson.
On December 9th at 6:00 p.m. at Ashe County High
School in the high school auditorium there will be a Financial
Aid Night held for Seniors and their parents.
County High FFA Travels To Kentucky
The Ashe County FFA chapter traveled to Louisville,
Kentucky to meet with other chapters from across the United
States and Puerto Rico.
Residencies Make Their Way Through Ashe County Schools
The Mountain Arts Program brings artists to the
schools for a week long residency.
Ridge Electric Awards Ashe Educators Grants
For Innovative Teaching Projects
Bright Ideas grants help further traditional academic
learning by funding innovative scholastic projects that
go beyond available school funding.
Management Seminar To Enhance Business
And Financial Management Skills
A continual challenge for those who operate a business
in todays agriculture is to enhance their business
and financial management skills.
Helps In The Fight Against Cancer
Jefferson Post Office Holds Coat Drive
Day In The Life Of. . .
Spoken Word At Lees-McRae
On Thursday, November 20, 2003, authors Sharyn McCrumb,
Lila Hopkins, Scott Nicholson and Charles F. Price will
read from their published works.
Womens Cross Country Team Qualifies For National Championships
Men Finish Third In Region
On a muddy, rainy day the Bobcats womens team
got the day started off nicely as they ran together as a
The Boone Service League was moved to take action
after reading an article in The Mountain Times (9-11-03)
about local serviceman Chad Kincaid who is currently serving
Program Earns Five Stars
Visits Crossnore Academy