Veterans Day Tribute:
Having recently retired from her second
career, Issa Saylors says her first love has always been
the Navy. Id go back in a minute if they would
have me. The youthful and very attractive seventy-year
old reflects upon the decade she spent as a Registered Nurse
in the US Navy, retiring as Lt. Commander.
Corral Hosts Military Appreciation Monday
Its a night to give thanks, a night to catch
up with old friends, and, most importantly, a night to remember.
of Education Honors Several At November Meeting
Dozens of people packed the Margaret E. Gragg
Education Center to honor several local students, volunteers
Brown: The Man Behind The Wheel
Few driveways in a fifty-mile radius of Boon have
ever escaped having his Chevrolet emblem upon their vehicles.
His name has been a household word around the High Country
for years. A well-respected businessman who cares about
his fellowman, Mack Brown agreed to talk with us recently
about his life, his love for God, family and friends, and
of course, his fascination with the automobile industry.
A Kid A Coat, Please!
Collection Officially Ends November 27
Way And The Red Cross
November 28, 1917. 87 years old!
Masri Will Lead Discussion About Baghdad
of Mountain History Hosts David Carr
Timberlake Featured on New Appalachian Perspective
Shoe Box Time!
Since 1993, staff and volunteers with Operation
Christmas Child have hand-delivered over 31 million shoe
boxes loaded with mittens, toys, books and personal items
to needy children throughout the world.
In A Shoebox
What To Pack?
Holds Christmas Party For Soldiers Families
Volunteers Seek Gift Donations For Adults
Named Farm Family Of The Year At Farm City Banquet
It was the social event of the season for town
and country, as farmers, nurserymen, garden clubs and service
organizations gathered on Thursday evening to celebrate
Watauga Countys 49th Annual Farm-City Banquet.
And Civic Groups Recognized At Farm City
Town of Boone Takes Top Honors
Team Up To Help Out Flood Victims
Septembers widespread flooding from the
remnants of Hurricanes Frances and Ivan left many High Country
residents and businesses devastated.
You Hear Me Now?
Cell Phone Trends In The High Country
Fund Endowed Scholarship
Flavors The Old-Fashioned Way
Educators Attend World View Symposium
Honors Emergency Workers
Parks And Rec Director To Implement Changes
Ashe Parks and Recreation is undergoing new changes
from current plans for a climbing wall, new workout centers
and hopefully a new ball field complex at Family Central,
according to new Parks and Recreation Director Joe Boccardy.
County Homebuilders Association Decides To Give Back
Group To Donate Money To Interagency Childrens
Christmas Show Ringing In The Season
High Country Vendors Heading To Charlotte For
Couple Shares Story Of Adoption
Each year, November is recognized as National
Adoption Awareness Month and the first major effort to promote
awareness of the need for adoptive families for children
in the foster care.
Show To Benefit Humane Society
A benefit fashion show and auction Putn on the
Dog (and Cat) will be held next Saturday.
Benefits Local Students
Funds To Help Brooke Hobbs And Casey Cockerham
Of Room At The Station
Jefferson Station, Arts Council Offering Arts
AMH To Hold
Fundraising Craft And Bake Sale Friday
Gift Ideas From Ashe CPO
Council Sponsors Programs In Schools