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Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED AUGUST 19, 2004   

NEWS



Foxx On Ticket For Nov. Election

Republican Run-off Ends With Robinson’s Defeat

 


New Officer
Food Lion and Milk-Bone Donate $5,000 For Chesska



Beech Mountain Upgrades Wastewater System
The Town of Beech Mountain has undergone a comprehensive and expensive upgrade to its wastewater system.


Meeting Brings Out Opposition To Factory Farm
CAFO Planned On Maymead Land In Mountain City



New Property Acquisition Will Boost Green Valley, S. Fork Greenway Parks
National Committee For New River Purchases 7.6 Acres For Green Valley Community Park



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


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

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

Boone-based Non-profit Launches ‘Leadership For Sustainability’ Campaign

 

COMMUNITY


Watauga Humane Society Hosts Rummage Sale Aug. 20, 21
One of the High Country’s largest rummage sales takes place this weekend in Boone.


Big Sale Combines Bargains With Environmental Awareness
Bargains will abound this weekend for Appalachian State University students and High Country residents.


Salvation Army Thrift Store Relocates
Increased Space Offers Shopper Convenience



Features


Humane Society President Prepares To Pass Torch
Dundon Directs Final Rummage Sale As Organization’s Leader

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Two Assistant Managers And A Boone Institution
Chalet Theater Will Close In October
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Superintendent Relishes Start Of Second School Year In Watauga
The 2003-2004 academic year was a learning experience for Dr. Bobbie Short.
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Woods Hideaway
Iron Mountain Inn A Refuge Inside A Refuge
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