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ARCHIVES POSTED APRIL 29, 2004   

NEWS



And They’re Off
Candidate Filing Opened Monday


Winn Dixie’s Closing Marks The End Of An Era
Forty years ago, she was just three days past high school graduation when she signed on as an employee at Boone’s uptown location of Winn-Dixie.

Winn Dixie/High Country Bank Offer Statements Regarding Store Closing
“We regret to report High Country Bank plans to utilize the property where our store is located so it has terminated our lease."

Developer, State Put Banner Elk Lowes Project “On Hold”
Additional Information Requested

Howard Street Project Receives Consensus Support
Downtown Boone merchants and property owners signaled their support at a public input meeting on Monday night for a revitalization of Howard Street.

Small Businesses Keep Local Economy Afloat
The future is small. Make that small as in small businesses.

Boone Contingent Marches in D.C.
News accounts agree that last Sunday’s March for Women’s Lives in Washington, D.C. was the largest demonstration in U.S. history.



New Bridge Proposal Laid Out For Todd, Community Park
DOT Presents New ‘Preferred Alternative’ At Friday Session

Parkway Begins Spring Openings
The entire Blue Ridge Parkway should be open for travel Saturday, and some campgrounds, visitor centers and other public facilities have begun opening.

Farmers’ Market Opens Saturday
Celebrating its 30th year in 2004, the market opens this Saturday, May 1, at Horn in the West.

COMMUNITY


Taste Of The High Country Raises Funds For Habitat May 4
The mouthwatering list of restaurants participating in this weekend’s Taste of the High Country continues to grow.

Chamber Joins With Boone Optimist To Recognize Law Enforcement Officers
Breakfast is Thursday, May 6

WHS Offers Empty Bowls To Help Hunger Coalition
Watauga High School students invite community members to fight High Country hunger by enjoying homemade soup bowls next month.


Features



Nashville Star Crowns New King Saturday
Boone’s Matt Lindahl in Final Three
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High Country Loses Artist, Composer
Tui St. George Tucker 1924-2004
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True Tales to Feature in Jackson’s Talk
Community Supper Planned for May 8
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THIS WEEK
This beautiful border collie mix is a male.


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