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HEALTH NEWS


National Flu Vaccine Supply Dwindling

NC Flu Vaccination Outlook Improves

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

Cases of Depression Rise During Holidays

Red Cross Urges Holiday Blood Donations


 




Portraits Of A Community At Work






Sun=Light
Christmas Illuminated.
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Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED DECEMBER 18, 2003   

NEWS


• State Division Of Water Quality Denies 401 Permit For
Lowes Project
Cites “insufficient evidence” for proposed shopping center In Banner Elk.

• Planning Commission Recommends Projects’ Approval
The Boone Area Planning Commission recommended the approval of two new development projects at its regular meeting on Monday night.

• High Country RPO Releases Priority List Of Road Projects
321, King Street, Daniel Boone Parkway listed.

• Bus Stops
Boone off again, on again for Greyhound service.

• EDC Searches for Direction
Last Wednesday afternoon, the Watauga County Economic Development Commission held its first meeting since March.

• National Heritage Area Board Selected
Mast Store’s Cooper approved by Governor.

• Council Reaches Accord On New Landscape Ordinance
Proposed sign regs tabled; Wilmoth honored.

• Bearing Up To Lowes, And Beyond
B.E.A.R.E. Group Forms In Banner Elk For Responsible Expansion

COMMUNITY


• Commerce Report’ Column Will Debut In The Mountain Times January 8
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.

• Gingerbread House Winners Receive Prizes
With so many delectable entries featuring fanciful flights of confectionary cunning, the judges had a tough time selecting the winners.


• Class Discovers Diversity, History Of
River Area
Students in Patricia Beaver’s Appalachian ethnography class relied on one of the best learning methods this fall – personal experience.

 

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Features


A Miracle Called Daniel

It’s hard to believe the 20-month old toddler was near death’s door two months ago.
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The Legend 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.

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Dougnet Computer Consulting


High Country Honda




THIS WEEK
This little girl wants a home for Christmas.


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