Through Our Past
Every year the High Country gets a makeover. New
buildings spring up, roads are built and slowly but surely
the primeval forest that once stretched from the Piedmont
to the mountains is eaten away like an antique quilt attacked
by industrious moths.
Medicine Author Coming To Boone
You might not think that something as commonplace and by
some reckoning, common sense, as folk medicine could create
a storm of contention.
Man Plans For Mission Trip To East Asia
A local man, Galen Wood, a junior at the University
of Florida will be leaving later this month for East Asia
as he embarks on a mission trip with a group he is involved
Graham Farmers Market Vendor
I wouldnt sell a plant that I wouldnt
have myself, and I have high standards. That one statement
defines Susan Grahams approach to her business, and
it shows in the lush displays at her nursery.
Your Trike To Mike
Inducted Into National Wrestling Hall Of Fame
BFor years, Steve Gabriel served not only as a
beloved teacher and coach in Watauga County, but as a father
figure to many of his students and athletes.
Youth Network Honors Volunteers
Watauga Youth Network staff members took time
to honor and celebrate the contributions of hundreds of
volunteers last month.
To Treasure Donates Entries To Habitat For Humanity
Watauga County Habitat for Humanity families will
soon reap the rewards of an artistic litter awareness and
Camp Creates Fun, Relaxed Atmosphere For Summer Learning
Math no longer has to be a four-letter word for
many children. Thats because Appalachian State Universitys
department of mathematical sciences is offering its seventh
annual Math Camp in June.
to the Root of Pain
Local Practitioner Treats with Herbs and Acupuncture
Boone Celebrates Arbor Day
Students Raise $1700 for The Hunger Coalition
Mountain Receives Employer Of The Year Award
Country Host Gives Hospitality Awards During National Tourism
Three Faces Of Eve
Elder Law Driven By Infamous Cases, Lack Of Legal
Heart of Homelessness, Part III In A Series
It Can Happen To You
Key Chain Museum Opens In Jefferson
A new museum will be opening soon in Jefferson with
the largest collection of key chains and pencil sharpeners
in the world.
Appreciation Honors Local Troops Saturday
Operation Appreciation was held for local families,
friends and the members of the National Guard 1450th Transportation
Unit as well as other branches of the armed forces Saturday.
Living Center Celebrates Nursing Home Week
Gertie Scalf and Helen Barker, residents at Ashe
Living Center, were busy on Mothers Day greeting visitors
who stopped by to see family members and to attend the open
Resurrected In Downtown West Jefferson
Thanks to Keith Woodie, residents of Ashe County,
have a new place to begin or enhance their unique collections.
Receives Life Saving Defibrillator
A defibrillator is a device that attempts to restore
a normal heart rhythm by delivering an electrical shock
to the heart. About 220,000 people die each year from sudden
Methodist Church Donates To Youth Center
Pass Serv Safe Course
Olympics Held At ACHS
To Be Presented For 6th Grade Poetry Contest
Volunteers To Build First House Through Joint Venture
Saturday To Be Held May 29th In Downtown WJ
High Country Realty Celebrates