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Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED SEPTEMBER 16, 2004   

NEWS



Frances Leaves County With $2.7 Million Bill

Watauga County suffered more than $2.7 million in flood damage.


Red Cross Helps Residents Recover From Frances, Prepare For Ivan
High Country residents must be thinking, “Here we go again.”



Meyer Addresses New Role As Chamber Leader
Dan Meyer does not take commitment lightly.

 

Board Of Elections Denies Poll Change Request
Democrats, unhappy with a local poll location, made an unsuccessful petition to the Watauga Board of Elections on Friday for a poll change.

Commissioners Support Amendment One
State Constitution Amendment On Ballot This November

Watauga County School Board Approves Budget Resolution
Watauga County School Board members approved a $36,772,150 budget resolution for the 2004-2005 fiscal year

Free Speech Controversy Flares At ASU
A free-speech controversy flared on the Appalachian State University campus Monday after a group of students set up an exhibit commemorating 9/11.

County Settles In Gas Spill Suit
Vines, McNeill Families To Divide $15,000

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


Good Flow
National Committee For The New River Holds Annual Meeting



Jim Harrell to Speak in High Country
Courage America Concert Postponed Until Oct. 24th


Choose Early For Choose & Cut
October Farm Tour Starts Important Season Ahead Of Schedule

Local Producers To Be Interviewed For Surveys

Department Of Agriculture Assists With Food Delivery

Local Resident Attends GOP Convention
Whitener Represents Fifth District As Voting Delegate

COMMUNITY




Another Ride For Relief
Watauga Red Cross Sponsors First Poker Run

 

Hurricane Ivan Poses Possible Delay for New River Big Sweep

Playhouse Provides Parents With Plethora Of Resources
One of Boone’s most popular play sites is also one of the High Country’s most informative resources about raising children.


Features


Beslan Tragedy Strikes Close To Home For ASU Professor
Dr. Isaenko Recalls Russian School Siege
>>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



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