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ARCHIVES POSTED DECEMBER 11, 2003   

NEWS



• Local Certified Nursing Assistant Selected
For State Award



• Commercial Kitchen Project Seeks Potential Clients
Plans are developing for a full-scale commercial kitchen that will be used by local people in preparing sauces, jellies, salsas and similar items so that people can legally produce low acid foods to sell and distribute.

• Foxx Attends N.C. Manufacturing Executives Summit
Senator says developing solutions to state’s job crisis is ‘Major Priority.'

• Acting Locally
Ecosystem enhancement program has local Cutting edge.

• Lansing Man Charged With Felony Larceny



• Avery Health Care Nurse Receives High Honors






• Governor Easley Unveils New N.C. School Report Cards
Billboard business donates space to help spread word across state.

• Rabies Update
Rabies has been confirmed in a puppy in Watauga County.

• Gov. Easley Announces Number One Rankings For N.C. Teachers

• Governor Easley Unveils New N.C. School Report Cards
Billboard business donates space to help spread word across state.

• Crimestoppers Needs Your Help


• Van Found Wrecked And Abandoned During Snow



• NC Worst In The Nation For Toxic Air Pollution
Pending EPA decision may let largest toxic mercury polluters off the hook.


COMMUNITY


• Award Winning Documentary Featuring Elk Shoals Airing On
National Television


• Arts Council Receives State Award
Jane Lonon attended the North Carolina Art Education Association general session , where the Ashe County Arts Council received a “Friend of the Arts” award.



• Tobacco Growers Should Attend RAFI-USA Workshop
The Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI) announces a call for producer and community proposals for the 2004-2005 Tobacco Communities Reinvestment Fund.

• Shelter Rock Event Rescheduled




Features




Folk Education

New Age remedies used to be known as sure-fire cures.

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• Ninth Annual Christmas Tour of Homes Scheduled In Mountain City

• See New Displays At Ashe County Library


• Twelve Gifts Of Christmas Raffle Held At Arts Center






• Bethany Ding-a-Lings To Present Holiday Handbell Concert

• Santa Claus Turns Local Residence Into Workshop
A tiny little wonderland is located just outside of the downtown area of West Jefferson at 107 Seventh Street.


Highland Camerata Christmas Concert Held
Next Week

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

• Holiday Book Sale At Ashe County Library

• New Year’s Eve Party At Walker Center

• “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.


 


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