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• Help from the Heart
First Things First offers counseling services when there seems to be no hope.

• Appalachian District Health Department Takes Steps to Combat SIDS
Training held Friday in Watauga.


Portraits Of A Community At Work

Watauga County



• High Country Hit With Widespread Flooding
Rivers, creeks jump banks; state of emergency declared

• Honeycutt Calls For Less Government
Commissioners reject new enforcement provision.

• Banner Elk Board Approves Lowe’s Warehouse Building
Unanimous vote clears project now contingent on state, federal approval.

• Speaker Details Consequences Of Unchecked Well Water Pumping
North Carolina had better learn from the mistakes of Massachusetts and Arizona, or it could someday face the same fate as those and other states that are suffering from disappearing rivers.

• What’s In Your Backyard?
State Asking Input On Watauga River Watershed

• Choose & Cut In Business
Chamber strengthens partnership with farmers for Choose & Cut 2003.

• 2003 Watauga Choose & Cut Listing
Watauga nurserymen present latest, greatest guide.

• Meth Task Force Discusses Treatment, Privacy Issues
Watauga County’s methamphetamine response team continues to make progress toward a number of goals.

• Commissioners Hear Proposed Subdivision
Ordinance Changes
The county Planning Board has been working on updating the ordinance for several months.

• Watauga Medical Center Receives ACR Accreditation


• Volunteers Unload Truckload Of Food For Hunger Coalition
Several High Country volunteers braved freezing temperatures and strong winds to help the Hunger Coalition last week.

• Tax, Valuation, And Planning Issues In Agricultural Tourism Workshop Friday, November 21st

• Celebrating 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."

• Watauga Humane Society Calendar Celebrates Adopted Animals
High Country animal lovers have the perfect Christmas gift thanks to the Watauga County Humane Society, Minor’s Printing and Todd Bush Photography.



Trees Worth The Look At Cozy Nook
Edmisten Farm open for last Choose & Cut season.

The Meatball Man of Joe’s Italian Kitchen
Seven flights of steps. It’s the last phrase in all of Tony Cafaro’s childhood stories of New York City.

Juvenile Court Now In Session
ASU Basketball Full of Young Untried Players

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There are five of these little guys.