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HEALTH ISSUES

Wellness Center Open House

Local Restaurants To Participate In Smoke-Free Dining Day Thursday

More Flu Vaccine On The Way
First NC Flu Case Recorded

Public Health Incubator Awarded Area Health Consortium

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Experts in Secondhand Smoke, Methamphetamine Stun Local Educators

 




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ARCHIVES POSTED NOVEMBER 18, 2004   

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Watauga Choose & Cut Listing
The Mountain Times is pleased to present the complete list of participating farms and support Watauga County Choose & Cut!

Starting From Scratch
A History of Christmas Tree Farming in the Mountains of North Carolina

On The Farm And Beyond
Environmental Benefits Of Real North Carolina Fraser Fir

Of Kids And Trees
National Tree Association Offers Contest, Scholarships

Trees Look Good For Choose & Cut Season

This Year A Great One To Choose Choose & Cut

Your Guide To Tree Care
Christmas Tree Association Releases Retailer Newsletter

Caring For A Real Christmas Tree

Loveliest Of Trees
Fraser Firs Top List Of Favorites

Fraser Fir Quick Facts

Choose and Cut Farms Quick Facts

High Country Giving Growing New Life


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Bob’s B & B
The aim was to create the kind of stylish luxury and comfort not seen in the High Country since the golden age of upscale tourism in the 1920s, 30s and 40s. With that goal in mind, carpenters, interior designers and craftspeople have worked creating one of the most unique collections of rooms in North Carolina.

Bring in the New Beaujolais!
Coffey’s Celebrates the Latest Grape Thursday

Holiday Ball Features Silent Auction, Gourmet Dinner
Silent Auction items continue to pile up as the 10th Annual Holiday Ball approaches.

The Bayou In Banner Elk
What is an authentic Cajun restaurant doing in downtown Banner Elk? It might have something to do with its authentic Cajun owner, David Ammann and his wife Winston. Together they have brought a little bit of Baton Rouge right to the heart of the High Country

The Great Train Robbery…
Christmas Gift & Toy Center For Grandfather Home

Samaritan’s Purse Opens New Facility For Operation Christmas Child
Help Needed to Prepare Shoe Box Gifts

A Huge Thank You From Hospice
5th Annual Telethon A Huge Success

ASU Sends Books To Bolivia
Special Program On Bolivia Scheduled For Dec. 2

Kacy Crabtree Named Dance Educator of the Year
Kacy E. Crabtree, associate professor at Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, has recently been honored as the 2004 College/University DANCE Educator of the Year.

Reception, Mural Promote AIDS Awareness
Several High Country organizations and residents are teaming up for a creative way to promote World AIDS Day next month.
>>Remembering Those Who Have Gone Before Us With HIV/AIDS

Lees-McRae Participates in National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

Watauga Education Foundation Holds Pancake Breakfast Nov. 20

New River Big Sweep A Success Despite Hurricane Ivan

Shirley MacNulty Professional Knitwear Designer

Healthy Carolinians Recognized by Governor’s Task Force

Robert E. Washburn New President & CEO At AF Financial Group

Weber-Hodges Realtors Elected To Membership In RELO

Maness Joins High Country Media

Students Fund Recreation Management Scholarship

Educators Receive “Bright Ideas” Grants

Elon University School Of Law To Open In Fall 2006

Tweed Receives Recognition At National Conference

Treats From Around The World


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Local Couple Shares Their Happy Story Of Adoption
This month, the Mountain Times will be featuring several local parents who are happy to share their adoption experience with others and help them learn more about the whole process.

Mistletoe Market Benefits Local Non-Profits
Event Scheduled Weekends of Nov. 26th And Dec. 3rd

Hudler Carolina Tree Farms Give Trees To Pageant Of Peace For 8th Year
Ashe County has its own little part of the Christmas celebrations in Washington, D.C. Hudler Carolina Tree Farms, Inc. of Beaver Creek continues to send around 65 trees to the Christmas Pageant of Peace every year for the past eight years.

Local Businesses Sponsor Benefit Fashion Show For Humane Society
A benefit fashion show and auction “Put’n on the Dog (and Cat)” will be held Saturday at Westwood Elementary School auditorium where lots of great auction items will be available including three vacations as well as several neat door prizes.

Community Service
’Soup For You’ To Open At Accidental Baker In Family Central

Museum Donations Begin Courthouse Collection
Ashe County is filled with fascinating history, and if the first donations are any indication, the coming museum at the historic 1904 County Courthouse will be as well.

Blue Ridge Electric Awards Educators Grants For Innovative Teaching Projects

Students, Parents Invited To Learn About Financial Aid For College

Project Star Reaches Out To Senior Citizens

ACYS Announces Teen Art Winners, $1,200 Raised During Event

Veterans Honored At Ashe Courthouse

Regional Artist Project Winners Announced

Auction Planned To Benefit Christian Academy

Holiday Market To Be Held Nov. 20 And 27 At Farmers Market

Ashe County Youth Council Open To Tree Growers Thursday

Children’s Christmas Project Asks For Community Help

WJ Lions Holds Largest Ever Ashe County Holiday Parade

The Enchanted Cottage Provides Great Shopping Experience



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