Miracle Called Daniel
Its hard to believe the 20-month old toddler
was near deaths door two months ago. Parents, Chris
and Heather Teague, still cannot talk about their harrowing
experience without tears, their voices breaking as they
recall the heartbreak.
Of The Christmas Tree Lives On
Legend has it that the first Christmas greens used
in decorating came about when the Egyptians and Romans adorned
their homes with some type of evergreen in late December.
Carolina 2004 Travel Guide And The 2004 Golf Guide Now Available
The Official 2004 North Carolina Travel Guide and the
2004 North Carolina Golf Guide are now available for travelers
to North Carolina.
Featured In December Issue
North Carolina magazine trumpets Beauty
of the Blue Ridge.
Author Gives Hope To Troubled Families Of Family Violence
Profits donated from December sales to help agencies.
Super-Sized Post Cards Available Now
The United States postal service recently authorized
use of oversized post cards cut into custom shapes.
Writers Signing At Boone Mall
Came Home: A Civil War Trilogy
House Winners Receive Prizes
With so many delectable entries featuring fanciful
flights of confectionary cunning, the judges had a tough
time selecting the winners.
Discovers Diversity, History Of River Area
Students in Patricia Beavers Appalachian
ethnography class relied on one of the best learning methods
this fall personal experience.
Report Column To Debut In The Mountain Times
Coming soon: Beginning with the Thursday, January
8, issue of The Mountain Times, look for the weekly Commerce
Report as a regular new column in the Watauga Edition.
Ks Nutcracker Thrills Audiences
For many of the participants, including myself,
it is a Christmas present to ourselves just to take part
in such a joyous, wonderful pageant. The production took
place last weekend at ASUs Farthing Auditorium.
House Holds Christmas Luncheon
Hospitality House board and staff members celebrated
Christmas early last week with a luncheon Dec. 9.
Thanks Community For Telethon Support
Donation from ten year old girl makes big difference.
Children, Our Future
Watauga Education Foundation begins 2004 fundraising
Chorus Supports Arts Council Music Scholarships
Students Research North Fork Area Communities For Project
Offers Annual Winter Reading Program
That Keep On Giving
Christmas Project Distributes Gifts To Over 1,000 Children
The Interagency Childrens Christmas Project
was scheduled to distribute gifts on Wednesday.
Harley Chapter Donates To Hospice
We are very grateful for this donation.
It is getting more and more expensive to provide the type
of terminal care that we do. We work to allow people to
stay at home if they can."
Time Christmas Held In Downtown WJ
The Farmers Market Ole Time Christmas
was held Saturday in downtown West Jefferson.
Allied Health Science II Students Decorate Ashe Living Center
Cooperative Extension, Ashe 4-H Expanding Knowledge
Planning Certificate Programs Offered At ASU
Times Thanks ACHS Journalism
Offered To Avoid Deer-Vehicle Collisions
Center Discusses Jobless Recovery
How To Develop Successful Goals For Your Small Business
Unidos Celebrates Recent Opening With Ribbon Cutting
Historic Ashe Calendar Now On Sale
APCC Fundraising Cookbook Available Now
Wet, But A lot of Fun
It was cold and wet but a lot of fun as the Lees-McRae College
community got into the Christmas spirit last Friday evening.
Tree Industry Sustains County
With the Christmas season upon up we thought it
would be a great time to hear some more good news
Beech Mountain Officer Pulls Man From Burning
Council Honors Officer, Seats New Council
Lees-McRae Seniors Present Omegas, Learn About Themselves
Officials Attend SACS Meeting
Provided With Fruit And Other Treats
Student Wins DAR Good Citizen Award
Kick Started The Winter Season