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ACHS Has Good Turnout At Latest Blood Drive

Ashe County Health Fair Encourages Participation
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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED SEPTEMBER 16. 2004
NEWS


Oldham Community Action Team Presents $20,000 To County Programs
The Oldham Community Action Team representing the Pentair Foundation presented a total of $10,000 to Westwood Elementary School; $7,500 to Ashe County Parks and Recreation and $2,500 to Generations Developmental Day Center of the Easter Seals UCP.

High Country Council Of Governments Presents Awards At Annual Banquet
Ashe County’s Clara Miller Receives Award

Conservation Easement A Watershed Event
Watauga Land Preserved For Children, Conservation


Good Flow
National Committee For The New River Holds Annual Meeting



Child And Adult Care Food Program Sponsored In Ashe County

New Parking Violation Fines Passed In West Jefferson


COMMUNITY


Project P.L.A.Y. Kicks Off With Fundraising Concert
$100,000 Hoped To Be Raised By Next Summer




Hurricane Ivan Poses Possible Delay for New River Big Sweep





Local Conference Features Ashe Native
A native of Ashe County, Phyllis Younce Childers, will be returning home next month as a featured speaker at the upcoming Entrepreneurial Conference.

 


Features



Local Author And Artist Collaborate For Henry The Egret
When two successful women get together for a special project, then only good things can happen.
>>FULL STORY

 



URCC Reaches For Younger Generation
What has been the best-kept secret ever in the foothills, is now becoming known world-wide for its year round camps and conferences.
>>FULL STORY





Trial Of Will Banks Debuts This Weekend




Carolina in the Fall Festival Starts Friday
Kruger Brothers Host Bluegrass Bash in Wilkes County




Children Of The World Concert




Steely Pan Steel Band Performs Sept. 17

 



Author To Visit River House Sunday For Salon Series

 


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

 

Festival Latino Kicks Off Saturday
Everyone Is Invited To Attend

Skyland Books Welcomes NC Author/Newspaper Columnist

A Lifetime Event
Bob Timberlake In Boone For Appalachian Cultural Museum Retrospective




Fresco Churches Fall Festival Scheduled Soon




‘Courage America’ Concert Slated For Valle Crucis Park


Eagle Brings ‘The Joy Of Music’ To Ashe County


N.C. State Fair Announces 2004 Entertainment Lineup


Advance Tickets Offer Big Savings To Fairgoers



Ashe Arts Council Kicks Off Fund Drive

Hop and Shop With The Ashe Arts Council

Stark Contrasts Exhibit On Display At Arts Center





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