The Watauga County Farmers Market
Carol Miller doesnt sell honey, but every
Saturday morning at the Watauga County Farmers Market
she does the energized dance of a worker bee.
Currently, the Stephenson Center directs most of its
energy toward a group of summer courses that focus on Appalachian
and Highland Studies.
Your Old Lansing Schoolhouse Throw By Buffalo Creek Weavers
This years Greater L.A. Festival will be held
on September 11 from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and will host the artwork
of Mike Harman of Buffalo Creek Weavers, among other artists
Blue Ridge Bones A Treat For Dogs, Local Company
The High Country is well-known as fertile ground
for the entrepreneurial spirit; for centuries local success
stories have abounded here of building an enterprise from
the ground up. Two of the most recent and best well-known,
Boone Drug and the Mast General Store, just happen to represent
the top outlets for one of the best examples of them all.
We Hardly Knew Ye
Saturday Morning Cartoons Go MIA
Wages Holy War At Watauga County Public Library
Humane Society Plans Seventh Annual Fur Ball
Area animal lovers should dust off their dancing
shoes next month. The Watauga Humane Society will hold its
Seventh Annual Fur Ball Friday, Aug. 6.
Plans Fundraiser For Troops, Families At Dealership
Flea collars, baby wipes and powdered drink mixes
those are just some of the items Norman Cheek hopes to collect
Country United Way Holds Weeks Of Caring
Organization Plans Campaign Kickoff Events For
Aug. 6, 7
Vision of Health Care Equity
Local resident and ASU associate professor of
Physics Dr. Marian Peters knows what to do when she falls
ill; its what everyone with health insurance does,
make an office visit to her physician.
American Veterans Take Care Of Their Own
In a continuing effort to stand by their own,
members of Watauga Countys Disabled American Veterans
Chapter 90 constantly search for ways to make each new day
easier to bear.
Land Trusts Gather At Mast General Stores To Honor
Land Trust Day
Smith Earns Arts Convention Scholarship
Local Education Leader Attends National Arts Conference
Flower Show To Showcase High Country Gardeners
Announces Expansion Of Transitional Housing Program
For FSA County Committee Elections
As Soon Be In Boone
the Arts a Reality
Students Practice Medicine With The Best During
Students from ACHS seemed to have learned more
about medicine than they ever dreamed they would.
Summer Parks Take On Road Clean-Up Projects
The week of July 6 through July 9 Group II participants
took the challenge from 4-H Summer Parks Director, Jennifer
Miller, to see which group could pick up the most trash.
Clothing For Work And Play
New and slightly worn quality clothing for work
and play at everyday prices can be found at a brand new
shop in West Jefferson.
Thanks Community For Successful Fundraising
A Safe Home for Everyone would like to thank all of
the inmates who participated in our Get Out
of Jail fundraiser at The Christmas in July festival.
President To Speak At Friends Meeting Wednesday
Group Kicks Off Business Start-Up Workshop
Rock Around County Prior To Auction
Guild And Car Show Sponsored
Summer Parks Leaders Recognized
Session Of Summer Parks Very Busy
Awards 11 Scholarships in 2004
Are Not For Hitting Presented By A.S.H.E.
Day in the Life