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State Food And Drug Officials Warn Residents Of Three Product Recalls

  NC Health Officials Issue Tick Warning
North Carolina public health officials recently issued a warning about tick-borne illness.

 

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Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED JUNE 10, 2004   

NEWS


Capital Projects Cause Consternation
Commissioners Schedule Work Session, Approve Budget

Slain Boone Policeman Honored Seven Decades Later
Chief Hill Hagaman’s Name Added to National Police Memorial

Democratic Party Progressive Caucus Forms in Greensboro
The point of the caucus is to gain recognition by the state Democratic Party and thereby gain representation on the executive committee to promote four key issues within the party.

Board Approves Golf Club Plans
The Boone Board of Adjustment gave quick approval to the one case on its agenda last Thursday night.

Amendment One: On the Ballot in November
Commissioners Signal Support of Economic Development Tool


Investing in the Arts
RBC Centura Gives $20,000 Toward Boone’s ArtSpace


Council Proposes One Cent Tax Hike
At the beginning of the Boone Town Council’s budget deliberations, property owners in Boone were facing a two cent tax hike.

High Country United Way Prepares For 2004-2005 Campaign
High Country United Way officials aren’t waiting for summer to heat up.


ASU Board Of Trustees Bids Farewell To Interim Chancellor
At its June 4 meeting Appalachian State University’s board of trustees recognized 39 years of work and service by Dr. Harvey Durham.


Watauga High School Seniors Celebrate
The class of 2004 bids farewell to Watauga High School.

Carriage Association of America Visits Blowing Rock
This weekend you may feel as if you have taken a step back in time if you are in Blowing Rock, where a horse drawn carriage won’t be so out of place.

Crossnore Academy Graduates 12 in Big Weekend

COMMUNITY



Watauga Relay For Life Holds Annual Event June 11, 12
Watauga County Relay for Life participants will celebrate the effort’s 10th anniversary this weekend.



Playhouse Offers Summer Arts, Activities For Families
The Playhouse offers High Country families and visitors the perfect option on those rainy summer days.



The Heart Of Homelessness, Part VI
The Long Way Back




Features



You’ve Been FLOCKED!

Page Garland’s sister, Pam Allen, had a quirky sense of humor. She was known around her neighborhood for sneaking pink flamingos into friend’s yards when they went out of town.
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Pulling the Wool Over Their Eyes
Sheep-Shearing Is a Community Event
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Billy Joe Ward — Farmers’ Market Vendor
Putting Personality Behind the Crafts
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