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ARCHIVES POSTED MAY 20, 2004   

NEWS


Commissioners Talk Roads, Grants, Capital Projects
The Watauga County Board of Commissioners had four public hearings scheduled for Tuesday night’s meeting, but only the fiscal year 2004-05 budget drew comments.

School Board: New Site, New School
The Watauga County Board of Education decided to look for a new site for a new high school.

Planning Commission Recommends Approval for Three Zoning Cases

Commissioners Adjust Budget
Third Work Session Next Monday

Community Leaders Exchange Ideas
With ‘Bluegrass Tomorrow’ Officials


Foxx Co-Sponsors Defense Of Marriage Bill
Legislation Would Mandate Traditional Marriage In North Carolina Constitution

 

Maverick Farms Makes Its Debut

Ag Opportunities — For Oldies and Newbies
Topping the announcement list of upcoming ag-related opportunities and events is the chance for farmers and rural business owners to apply for renewable energy grants.

Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Plan Outlined
The 2002 designation, creating a federally funded 26-county area in the North Carolina mountains, is now working on a timeline and plan.

Public Notice Required For Air Permits In Areas Without Zoning
Businesses, industries and other air emissions sources must notify the public before applying for air quality permits for new or expanded facilities in areas without local zoning ordinances.

COMMUNITY



The Heart of Homelessness, Part III In A Series
   It Can Happen To You



Watauga High School Students Raise $1700 for The Hunger Coalition

 


The Three Faces Of Eve
Elder Law Driven By Infamous Cases, Lack Of Legal Documents




Features

Gabriel Inducted Into National Wrestling Hall Of Fame
Beloved Coach Shares Honor With Former Assistant
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Getting to the Root of Pain
Local Practitioner Treats with Herbs and Acupuncture
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Susan Graham — Farmers’ Market Vendor
Putting Personality Behind the Plants
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THIS WEEK
This is Gina (brown mix) and Sophie (blk daush. mix) They are both about 1 1/2 yrs.


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