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A special section devoted to the 20th Century development of a diverse mountain region.

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Keep Kids Safe In The Yard This Summer

Safe Swimming Tips
Stay Afloat And Out Of Trouble



Effective Advertising
People flipping through a copy of The Mountain Times enjoy reading community news and local features, but if you ask around you’ll find out some people spend just as much time looking at the advertisements as they do anything else.

Study Appalachia
Currently, the Stephenson Center directs most of its energy toward a group of summer courses that focus on Appalachian and Highland Studies.

Appalachian Called A Best Value by Consumers Digest Magazine
Appalachian State University is considered a best value among 50 public colleges and universities in the United States

Alice Denton Is July’s Woman Of The Month
It should come as no surprise that Alice Denton is being honored as July’s Woman of the Month.

Sissy & Brandy Moore
— Farmers’ Market Vendors
If you were to drop by Sissy Moore’s home one night between 11:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m., she’d probably put you to work. That’s the time she has set aside for making her signature preserves, but she’s just as likely to be making nectarine, apricot or plum butter or some variety of fruit spreads.

Boston Bound
Local Resident Heads to Democratic National Convention

Artist And Musician Gayheart At Appalachian Cultural Museum

Decorating Secrets Revealed In Blowing Rock


Earth Fare Grand Opening Cookie Bake Benefits WYN
High Country residents and visitors can help Watauga Youth Network, enjoy part of a colossal cookie and celebrate the grand opening of Earth Fare’s Boone location this weekend.

Country Magic Cloggers Dance Home With Championship Awards
Country Magic Cloggers competed for two exciting days at the state competition.

Wildcat Flea Market — Still Strong, But Needing Directions
An area institution for 32 years, the Wildcat Flea Market on Old Highway 421 is experiencing displacement pangs. Formerly the beneficiary of all the traffic headed into Boone from the east, the market is undergoing its first season as a side-road business.

No Butts About It
Stop The Litter! Group Continues Assault On Discarded Cigarettes

Mountain Pathways Opens New Doors
New Programs Offer More For Students

Friday’s Concert To Benefit Hospice Of Watauga County
Gospel Enforcers, Southern Accent And BBQ, Too

Crossnore RN Runs For Board Of Nursing

Holiday Inn Banner Elk Makes Changes


Teams Can Still Join Relay For Life To Help Fight Cancer
The 10th annual Ashe County Relay For Life will be kicking off in a few weeks at Ashe County High School.

Latino Center To Hold Fundraising Yard Sale
According to Coordinator Isabel Spencer of Latinos Unidos de Ashe, the Center’s mission, is to “Help the Latino community and to help improve their lives.

BREW Bikes Featured In National Magazine
BREW Bikes LLC of West Jefferson continues to reach new heights with their award winning work and the company will be featured in the August edition of the most popular chopper magazines worldwide “The Horse, Backstreet Choppers.” Owner Steve Garn of BREW said he was very excited about his business again being featured in a national magazine.

Local Healing Team Is Chapter In Order Of St. Luke The Physician
The Order of St. Luke the Physician is an international organization with membership from many Christian denominations.

Mountains-To-Sea Trail Needs Volunteers

White Ribbon Sales a Success!

4-H Summer Parks Kicks Off With Fun And Learning

A Day in the Life of…

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