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High Risk Groups Targeted For Flu Shot
Health Department Will Follow CDC Guidelines During Vaccine Shortage



Lovin' Spoonful

Great Outdoors

Que Pasa



The Lure of the Dream
For a decade, North Carolina Visions has featured 192 films and videos-showcasing the richness and diversity of independent cinema in the Tar Heel State.

Reclaiming The Simple Life
Authors Frank Levering and Wanda Urbanska are trying to re-establish the phrase as a key to making people happier and healthier while using less of the world’s resources.

Watauga County Library Schedules Local Author Events
Interest continues to build for Local Author Month at the Watauga County Library. The library is inviting local authors to come read from or discuss their works Saturday, Oct. 30 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to celebrate October as Local Author Month.

Appalachian Voices Participates In Wilderness Week
On 40th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act, Spoke out for Our Natural Legacy

Climatologist To Speak At ASU On Oct. 21st

Precision Printing Adds New Technology

Creative Workshop Series For The Developmentally Disabled

Sena Joins MT Staff


Breakfast Kicks Off Red Ribbon Celebration Week
The Red Ribbon Week Celebration is the largest national campaign that focuses on preventing and reducing the illegal use of drugs.

Chamber Hosts Last Chance Golf Tournament
Proceeds Benefit Town’s Beautification Projects

Mountain Memories for Your Bed
Giant Quilt to be Raffled Nov. 10

Pageantry On Parade
The high school marching band is an institution as American as the Gettysburg Address. From the movie American Pie to the comic strip Funky Winkerbean, the high school marching band retains a singular place in the American landscape.

Relay Slips To Second In Nation With Very Close Margin
Spirits Remain High As 2005 Fundraising Begins

DAV Makes Special Presentations At October Meeting

Youth Network Seeks Community’s Help With Needs Assessment

Children’s Council Of Watauga County Receives $50,000 Grant

Watauga Opportunities Open House Celebrates 30 Years

Volunteers Make Hospice Telethon Possible

Two Local Nurses Named To North Carolina’s 100 Greatest

Local Chefs Inducted Into The International Who’s Who of Chefs

2nd Annual United Way Bachelor Bid Beats First

Carolina Farm Credit Puts Their Profits In Their Customers’ Pockets

Appalachian/ Brian Estates Welcomes New Executive Director


Celebrating One Hundred Years Of Tradition
The hundreds of entries came in a rush at deadline, but when they were all accounted for the 1904 Courthouse Preservation Organization (CPO) could see they had a fine selection of artistic endeavors portraying their favorite historic building in Ashe County.

Many Roots, And Routes
Historical Society’s Family Heritage Gathering Honors Ashe County’s Past & Present

2005 Historic And Artistic Images Calendar Released

Angels Of Ashe - Ashe Outreach Ministries
October 23rd is “Make a Difference Day” which is a national day of celebrating helping others. This day of celebration and the above quote are both so appropriate to describe the life of one Ashe County person.

Inner Skills
Unity Project Offering Unique Program For First Time In Ashe

Youth Council, Teen Center Looking Forward
New Director, Programs Highlight New School Year

WJBA Announces Contest Winners

Disaster Drill Held At ACHS Involving Bomb, Shooter Scenario

Ashe 4-H Afterschool Programs Hosts Lights On Rally

New Beginnings Craft Fair To Benefit Local Children

Miss Sharon’s Music Studio Finds A Home At Riverview

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