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ARCHIVES POSTED SEPTEMBER 9. 2004
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Conservation Campaign Marked By Foundation, Public Support
The Blue Ridge Rural Land Trust (BRRLT) is pleased to announce widespread public and private support for their 2002-2005 Conservation Campaign.

Options Grow For Sustainable Living
Sustainable Energy Conference To Highlight New Programs, Technology

Having A Field Day At Upper Mountain
Ashe Research Station Takes On New Crops, Superintendent


Rabies Outbreak Continues Across County
An outbreak of rabies is continuing to be found in Ashe County and it is extremely important that people have their animals vaccinated and be aware of the outbreak.


White House Tree Gives Boost To Real Tree Campaign
Ashe County Hosts Summer Meeting Of Christmas Tree Association


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Gas Up
Midtown Station Reflects Ashe County Then & Now
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Recent Adopt A Pet Day Breaks Ashe Adoption Record
18 Animals Find New Homes
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Fresco Churches Fall Festival Scheduled Soon






Local Basket Maker Featured At River Rock Gallery Sept. 9 - 29







Robert Inman Opens Appalachian’s Visiting Writers Series Program Sept. 16



‘Courage America’ Concert Slated For Valle Crucis Park


Eagle Brings ‘The Joy Of Music’ To Ashe County


Elk Shoals Film “Trust Me” Featured On PBS




Travel Books Help Salvage the Summer
Western NC Featured in New Guides





Tickets On Sale Now For “Trial Of Will Banks”



CD Release Party For National Banjo Champ Scheduled Sept. 10





The Textures of Fibers & Glass
Boone Artists Featured at Southern Highland Craft Guild Folk Art Center



N.C. State Fair Announces 2004 Entertainment Lineup


Advance Tickets Offer Big Savings To Fairgoers



Ashe Arts Council Sponsors Coffee House Talent Night



Ashe Arts Center Features New Exhibit






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