Easley Surveys High Country Flood Damage
North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley flew over Watauga
and Avery counties Tuesday to survey damage and landed
in Spruce Pine to talk with local officials about the
Of Boone In Mediation With MESCO
Two lawsuits nearly jeopardized the long-standing
working relationship between the town of Boone and Municipal
Engineering Services Company (MESCO).
Flooding From Ivan Destroys Homes, Roads
Red Cross Seeks Food, Funds To Assist Victims
Flooding Strikes Valle Crucis Elementary Again
Schools Miss Another Two Days Due To Effects
Forests Closed In Hurricane Aftermath
Pisgah Attractions, Facilities Shut Pending
Commission Reviews Growth Strategy Map
For its Monday, Sept. 20, meeting, the Boone
Area Planning Commission was slated to tackle the comprehensive
plans growth strategy map.
Approve Wild Animal Ordinance
The Watauga County commissioners approved an
ordinance to regulate wild and dangerous animals.
Factory Farming New Concept For Mountains
And Learn Speaker Addresses Safety
Trust Donates Property at Linville Falls to National Park
Citizens Bank Program To Aid Flood Victims In Avery And
Seeks Second Term On Court Of Appeals
Linda McGee has gone a long way since coming
to Boone as a beginning attorney in 1978.
Seeks Supreme Court Seat
Paul Newby hopes his first judgeship is a seat
on the highest bench in the state.
Seeks 45th District State Senate Seat
John Garwood hopes to move his representation
from the 30th N.C. Senate District to the newly-established
Overflows In Blowing Rock