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Local Woman Starts Own Business As Wellness Coach





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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED AUGUST 19. 2004
NEWS




Foxx On Ticket For Nov. Election
Republican Run-off Ends With Robinson’s Defeat
>>Virginia Foxx Sweeps Ashe County Polls


Ashe County Schools Excel Again In ABC’s Of Public Education
County Schools are continuing to work hard and be at the top of the pack as several local schools again gained top honors.


Rescued Horse Finds New Home At Deerwood Park And Stables
A 12-year-old American Paint Horse, Rosie, found a new home Friday saving her from being euthanized.


Volunteers Begin Clearing Space At Park For Farm Heritage Museum
Help Needed This Saturday To Finish Work


Green Valley Park Making Its Mark
New Land, Access, Shelter Improvements To Increase Community Presence


Ashe County 4-H Receives $30,000 For Westwood Afterschool
Ashe County 4-H School Age Care has received a $30,000 grant to support the new afterschool program at Westwood Elementary School.

Bridge Replacement Plans Announced
NCDOT has selected a preferred alternative to replace Bridge No. 273 on Teaberry Road (SR 1347) over Big Horse Creek in Ashe County.

Bluegrass & Greenbacks
MerleFest 2004 Economic Impact Estimated at $13,749,915

Next National Heritage Area Meeting Thursday At Broyhill
High Country County Groups, Attractions To Be Highlighted

Lansing Man Dies In Motorcycle Wreck


COMMUNITY

Features




Angels Of Ashe - Ashe Services For The Aging, Meals On Wheels
They say that man has three basic needs for survival…food, shelter and water.
>>FULL STORY



Tickling The Ivories To Be Presented At Ashe Civic Center

MusicSmythe Family Performs At River House For August 22
Sunday Evenings at River House “Salon Series” to begin at 5:00pm
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ACLT Prepares For The “Trial Of Will Banks”
Ashe County Little Theatre will bring Ashe County history to the stage as it presents the “Trial of Will Banks".

Native Son Returns For Visit And Signing

Moveable Feast Hosts Authors


Fiddlers Three
Forget-Me-Nots Perform at Jones House Friday



Let’s Spin Again
Blue Ridge Fiber Guild Resurrected

Quilting, Carving, and Collaborative Music at the Mast Store

Riverview To Host 2nd Annual Executive Ball

Storytellers Spin Tales Of Excitement Weekly In Todd

Todd General Store Host Artists

N.C. State Fair Announces 2004 Entertainment Lineup



Artists Encouraged To Send Info To Be Considered For Upcoming Exhibits
The Ashe County Arts Council has opportunities for artists to exhibit their work.



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