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ARCHIVES POSTED NOVEMBER 11, 2004    

NEWS


Watauga School System Continues Search For High School Site
The Watauga County Board of Education is moving closer to making a decision on a new high school site.

School Board Discusses Bus Driving, Budget Items
At its November 8 meeting the Watauga County Board of Education approved and passed several items on its agenda.

Town Examines UDO Text Amendment
The town of Boone’s fall quarter public hearing officially resurrected an effort to reduce the regulatory burden on small businesses.

Health Initiative Assesses Regional Needs
Watauga County is part of a regional health initiative that will focus on problems specific to the mountains.

Meth Task Force Sees Lull In Lab Busts
The Watauga Methamphetamine Task Force met Friday to share success stories but also to discuss the continuing dangers and social problems caused by illegal manufacture and use of the drug.

Upcoming Roadwork on NC 105 in Foscoe in Watauga County

COMMUNITY




Stanberys Named Farm Family Of The Year At Farm City Banquet



It’s Shoe Box Time!
November 15-22: Collection Week For Operation Christmas Child
Christmas In A Shoebox What To Pack
?


Give A Kid A Coat, Please!

Collection Officially Ends November 27


Group Holds Christmas Party For Soldiers’ Families
Volunteers Seek Gift Donations For Adults


Features





A Veteran’s Day Tribute
Having recently retired from her “second” career, Issa Saylors says her first love has always been the Navy. “I’d go back in a minute if they would have me.”
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Mack 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.
>>FULL STORY





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