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Diabetics: Take Charge
Workshop To Offer Helpful Information

Safe Swimming Tips
Stay Afloat And Out Of Trouble

Keep Kids Safe In The Yard This Summer

 

COLUMNS


Lovin' Spoonful

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Portraits Of A Community At Work


Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED JULY 8, 2004   

NEWS



Peacock Takes Reigns As ASU’s Chancellor
Appalachian State University’s sixth chancellor officially assumed his duties this month.



Hearing Scheduled on Watauga Medical Center Proposed Expansions
A public hearing is scheduled later this month on two applications filed by Watauga Medical Center in Boone.


Tracking Turtles
The Blue Ridge Parkway is working to protect bog turtles found along the Parkway.

Four Meth Labs Found Over The Last Month In Ashe
Several meth labs have been found over the past few weeks bringing the total for Ashe County up to approximately 10 labs.

Drivers Need to Know These Laws
Move Over for Safety or Pay

North Carolina Agriculture Cost Share Funds Are Available
The Watauga Soil and Water Conservation District expects to receive its cost share allocation from the state for nonpoint source pollution control from agricultural activities.

North Carolina Nurses To Vote
North Carolina is the only state in the nation that elects its board of nursing.



Christmas In July Festival A Success Again




COMMUNITY


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


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


Wildcat Flea Market — Still Strong, But Needing Directions
New Road Affects Local Businesses



Features



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.
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Sissy & Brandy Moore — Farmers’ Market Vendors
Putting Personality Behind the Preserves & Plants
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Effective Advertising
MT Designers Receive State Honors
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Boston Bound
Local Resident Heads to Democratic National Convention
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