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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED DECEMBER 4, 2003   

NEWS


• Thomas To Chair New River Campaign
Thomas will lead the effort to raise funds from individuals, businesses, and foundations in the region.

• Choose And Cut Events In Ashe Continue
This Weekend

• Vehicle Break-In Spree Occur Across County
Officials Seek Leads In Thefts

• New Driver’s License Fee Now In Effect

• Jefferson Gets New Police Chief
Jefferson has a new police chief, David Neaves, who said he is excited about his new position and added that one of his main goals will be to expand the department f
ee to fund new driver’s license examiners.


• Unemployment Insurance Extended Benefit Period Ends

• AngelouEconomics Recommendations Still Being Discussed
Local committees and boards are continuing to work on the recommendations made specifically for Ashe County.

• Value Taxation Can Help Reduce Tax Bill
December is a time of holidays and finishing up all the year end business.State, Land Trusts Announce New Conservation Initiative

• State, Land Trusts Announce New Conservation Initiative
The state of North Carolina and a network of local, regional, and statewide conservation organizations will combine efforts in a new public-private partnership to promote and enhance land conservation and water-quality protection.


COMMUNITY


• Bring Food To Ashe Library To Pay For Overdues
Food donations given to Ashe Really Cares.

• Ashe County To Be Featured On UNC-TV
Ashe County will be featured on UNC-TV’s show, “North Carolina Weekend."

• New Ashe Theater Company Announces Upcoming Auditions
Auditions for the Limberger Theater Company will be held Jan. 5th at the Ashe Civic Center.

• 1904 Courthouse Group Presents Saturday Event
Ashe Choose & Cut Day celebrated in Jefferson.



Features


UNC's Emergency Medicine Chair Participated In Recent Filming Of NBC's 'ER' Show
As editor-in-chief of the world’s most widely read textbook for emergency physicians, Dr. Judith Tintinalli gets a level of public recognition most of her colleagues can only dream of.
>>FULL STORY




Meet Sue Gurnee

Todd resident, Sue Gurnee is an invaluable resource who is sought out world-wide for her special God-given abilities.
She is a healer.
>>FULL STORY





Help Cappi The Paso Fino Mare
Get Well

When most horses would have given up and refused to go on, Cappi has fought
for her life.
>>FULL STORY






Highland Camerata Christmas Concert Held
Next Week



• Rogers Announces Release Of Painting From Upcoming Children’s Book

• Choral Society To Present Annual Holiday Tradition Sunday

• “Welcome Hats” Now Available At Acorn Gallery
See new paintings at Open House Saturday



• Alleghany Community Theater Brings Nicholas Nickleby To Sparta Stage

• Ashe High Treble Choir To Hold Annual Christmas Concert

• Holiday Open House Scheduled At Ashe Arts Center

• December Means Dollar Days For High Country Residents At
Grandfather Mountain


• Broyhill Inn Hosts Farm House Live Holiday Performance December 6





• Walker Center Presents Mike Marshall And Chris Thile

• Annual Holiday Dinner And Dance Coming Up Soon

• ‘Ole Time Christmas’ Coming Up This Weekend

• Civic Center Sponsors 2003 Tour Of Homes

• Holiday Book Sale At Ashe County Library

• New Year’s Eve Party At Walker Center

• ‘Ole Time Christmas’ Will Be Featured Soon At Farmers Market
The Farmers Market “Ole Time Christmas” will be held Saturday, Dec. 6th.

• “All Things Bright And Beautiful” At the Ashe Arts Center

• Celebrate the Holidays With The Ashe Arts Council
The Ashe County Arts Council celebrates the joy of the season with music, theatre and exhibits.


• High Country Hosts Indoor Soccer Tournament Dec. 6

 


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