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Medical Center Home Health Offers New Technology To Area Residents

 

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ARCHIVES POSTED AUGUST 12, 2004   

NEWS


Foxx - Robinson Campaigns Heat Up
Republican Runoff Set For August 17

Governor Easley Gets Tough On Meth Producers

Appalachian’s Freshman Class Approaches Record-Setting Number

Keep Those Buses Rolling
Watauga County Schools’ Department Of Transportation Provides Valuable Service

Watauga Schools Welcome New Teachers

Watauga School Board Approves Required Budget Cuts
Watauga County School Board members heard some good news and some bad news at their Aug. 9 meeting.

Community Colleges Get Pay Increase
Local community college instructors and staff will soon be hefting fatter wallets this semester.


Jake’s Mountain Road Gets Makeover
Road to Triplett To Get Two New Culverts

 

Taking It To The Bank
Stream Restoration Diverts Stream From Historic Mast Annex

Local Woman Goes To Boston
Susan Reed Serves As Delegate At Democratic National Convention

Changing Course
ASU Freshman Seminar Director Resigns

COMMUNITY


High Country United Way Kicks Off 2004-2005 Fundraising Campaign
Non-Profit Organization Sets Sights On Collecting $300,000.


Humane Society Rummage Sale Approaches
Annual Fundraiser Features Variety Of Items




From Flower Buds To Taste Buds
Library Hosts Workshop On Cooking With Edible Flowers, Herbs


Features



Brantz Has New Focus
With freshman seminar behind him, Appalachian State University’s Dr. Rennie Brantz will now devote his time to the Office of Judaic Studies, Holocaust Education and Studies in Non-Violence.
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A Galaxy of Beauty
Garden Club Hosts Annual Show
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Fog, Snow, And Beans In The Jar
Winter Weather Watch Starts In August
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