Assistant Managers And A Boone Institution
When Stephen King came to the Chalet Theater to
see the movie adaptation of his The Green Mile, he had to
pay for a ticket. Being the most successful author of the
twentieth century doesnt guarantee that everyone will
recognize your face.
Hosts Discussion About Summer Reading Book
The Watauga County Library is doing its part to
encourage all of Watauga County to read the same book.
Sale Combines Bargains With Environmental Awareness
Bargains will abound this weekend for Appalachian
State University students and High Country residents.
Bucks for a Pair of Flip-Flops?
Conservative political pundits have tried to give
presidential candidate John Kerry the label of Mr.
Flip Flop. They may want to rethink that attack because
todays young people just loooooove their flip-flops.
Relishes Start Of School Year In Watauga
The 2003-2004 academic year was a learning experience
for Dr. Bobbie Short.
Iron Mountain Inn A Refuge Inside A Refuge
A Smile a Day keeps the doctor away.
Visiting Writers Series Fall Schedule Announced
Of The 2003 Brockman-Campbell Book Award
Rock Art Auction Raises Over $100,000
In a rare instance of artistic solidarity, 47
artists joined forces last month to try to raise money for
the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum.
Play Crucial Role In Learning
Tips To Support Your Childs Success In School
Humane Society Hosts Rummage Sale Aug. 20, 21
One of the High Countrys largest rummage
sales takes place this weekend in Boone.
Society President Prepares To Pass Torch
More than three decades ago the plight of one
dog convinced Dee Dundon to join an effort that has since
saved the lives of thousands of High Country animals.
Army Thrift Store Relocates
Increased Space Offers Shopper Convenience
Country Bank Shows Support For Western Watauga County
Your Energy Through Dowsing
General Manager Of High Country Honda Named
Homes Are A Hot Commodity In The County
Man Coordinates Benefit Singing For Hospice
iVoteValues Truck Makes Stops In Boone
Arts Council Awards $4,000 to ASUs Visiting Writers
Perform At The Playhouse Saturday
Of Ashe - Ashe Services For The Aging, Meals On Wheels
They say that man has three basic needs for survival
shelter and water. Imagine for a moment that you are in
a particular situation, due to various reasons, where one
of these three basics needs, food, is not an option for
Cooperatives Provide Vital Link In Amber Alert Program
Blue Ridge Electric and Blue Ridge Energies Join
To Focus On Small Family Farms
Second Annual Women In Agriculture Conference
Rocking Chair Project To Benefit A.S.H.E.
Rocking chairs by local artists can be seen across
the community that have been specially designed and painted
for a silent auction to raise funds for A.S.H.E., A Safe
Home for Everyone.
Horse Studies Program Expanding At Wilkes Community College
Miller Named Superintendent At Upper Mountain Research Station
In Laurel Springs
Students Awarded Scholarships From Blue Ridge Electric
Arts Program Funds Available
Cash In North Carolina Tomato Recipe Contests
Baker Places Third In National Cookie Contest
Celebration At Westwood Elementary
Ridge Mushroom Club Foray Materializes
Of The High Country To Be Chosen