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ARCHIVES POSTED FEBRUARY 26, 2004   

NEWS

Commissioners Review Taxes and Budget Drivers at Annual Retreat
The Watauga County Board of Commissioners heard a lot of money talk at their annual retreat last weekend.

Mason Questions Traffic Study Results
Council approves neighborhood meetings.

Town Council Extends Corridor Overlay

Caring Healthcare
Local Project Affords Care To Low Income, Uninsured

Meth Task Force Approves Checklists
DSS partners with treatment pros in case decisions.

MTN Evening News Takes On Meth Monster
The High Country now has its own comprehensive evening television newscast and it’s about to take on a major problem here: meth labs.

Lunch & Learn Continues to Draw Crowd
Boone Town Council member Graydon Eggers took attendees through a nostalgic look at Boone’s past 50 years.

Local Site Cited For Potential Flying Squirrel Habitat
Wildlife resources commission trying to track endangered species.

Numbers Crunch
Lottery gamesmanship already up for budget, election year.


Boone Police Department Announces Addition Of New Coworker


COMMUNITY


WHS Students Prepare To Perform At Carnegie Hall
Several Watauga High School choral students will take a bite out of the Big Apple next month.

Hundreds Take Polar Plunge For Special Olympics
Chunks of ice floated in the 34-degree water, and thousands of spectators stood on their tiptoes to offer shouts of encouragement

Used Book Sale Raises Funds For Watauga County Library
High Country literary lovers can find a bargain and help the Watauga County Public Library at the same time this weekend.


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