the Limits of Mind and Body
Marathon runners. Most of us think of them as
the supreme masters of distance running. Ultra runners consider
them novices who have yet to graduate to truly challenging
to Speak Tuesday
Vaughn Grisham will be the presenter for the Speakers
Series sponsored in part by ASU.
Breton, Sheila Sherman
Farmers Market Vendors
A lot of beautiful things are growing in Todd.
Just a couple of miles down Three Top Road from Susan Grahams
Laureland Greenhouse, Alicia Breton and Sheila Sherman are
in the plant business too.
Boone To Beverly Hills: Will Local Reality Show Finalist
Make The Grade?
Mothers Nightmare Turns To Joy
"I saw the truck go down the mountainside
with my babies in the back, quickly disappearing from sight."
Caused By Attaching Signs To Power Poles
May is North Carolina Safety Month and Blue Ridge Electric
is providing safety tips to help area residents work and
play more safely.
The idea for Blue Mountain Organic Gardening,
as with many small businesses, came from personal discovery
of an unfilled need.
Country Book Fair Announces Lineup
Over 50 Authors Coming To Lees-McRae
Lees-McRae Summer Enrichment Program Begins in
Stars To Royalty
Famed Interior Designer will share with Blowing
Rock her Decorating Secrets
Wins Capote Scholarship for Creative Writing
Digital Literacy Classes Offered In Watauga Co
The Perfect Party
Burton To Open Tree Tops Restaurant In Banner Elk
Playhouse Art Safari Highlights African Music, Storytelling
Appalachian State University music therapy professor
Liz Rose will entertain and educate preschool children at
Traditionally, Memorial Day serves as the first
big event of the summer. The school year is ending, folks
are planning their vacations, and people gather in shady
spots to jokingly complain about how hot it is already getting.
Special Art Show
The term Learning Disabled represents
a group of young people with a variety of special needs,
but also experiences in common - their shared ability to
express themselves in pictures.
Arts Camp Looking For Creative Kids
Since 1970 the Missoula Childrens Theatre
has done its best to introduce children around the world
to the joys of working on stage.
House for Sugar Grove Developmental Day School
The Valle Crucis Day School (VCDS) was founded
in 1982 by a group of parents who needed a quality child
care center located in rural western Watauga County.
President Departs High Country For Coast
Watauga Countys loss is Carteret Countys
gain. Mike Wagoner will step down as Boone Area Chamber
of Commerce president June 11 to accept a similar position
with the Carteret County Chamber of Commerce.
Announces New Summer Program Director
Expands Summer Camp Opportunities for 11-15 year
olds in Watauga and Avery
Named Chairman of ASUs Department of Technology
Presentations Next Week Feature Top-Ranked Speakers
Students Compete in State Math Contest
Pathways Children Visit The Coast
Lunch & Learn Session Highlights Public
Petersen Earns Prestigious Award
Local End Of Life Coalition Takes On Problems
Heart of Homelessness, Part IV Of Series
Hospitality House Needs You
General Store Announces 2nd Annual Land Trust Day
Next Saturday, the first weekend after Memorial Day,
will likely be one of the best sales days of the year for
the Mast General Store.
Run Raises $1,200 For BRCC
The third annual Bicycle Poker Run was a great
success May 15th and $1,200 was raised during the fundraiser.
Spring Sidewalk Saturday is coming up soon and is a day-long
event when local downtown businesses will be pulling together
to bring shoppers downtown during Memorial Day weekend for
a full-scale sidewalk sale.
ASU Graduate Is New Intern for Blue Ridge Electric
Blue Ridge Electric Membership Corporation has partnered
with Appalachian State University once again by hiring a
summer intern to work in their corporate office in Lenoir.
Administrative Assistant Wins High Country Host Award
High County Host celebrated National Tourism Week
by once again honoring area tourism workers with the 3rd
Annual High Country Hospitality Awards.
Hundred Years; Only The Beginning
1904 Courthouse Group Plans Centennial Birthday
Service Works To Stamp Out Hunger
Mountain Elk Foundation To Hold Fundraiser
4-H Accepting Applications For 4-H Summer Parks
Woman To Graduate From NC School Of Science & Math
Carving Brings New Art Form To Downtown
Of The Young Child Highlights Childrens Needs
Participate In JAM Program
Of Outstanding Music