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Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED NOVEMBER 18, 2004    

NEWS


Task Force Has Meth Cooks On The Run
Mobile Meth Kitchens Becoming More Prevalent

Planning Commission Adopts UDO Amendment

Amendment One Approved By NC Voters

Commissioners Adopt Ambulance Franchise Agreement
Bid Farewell To Outgoing Members

Town Council Accepts Revised Water System Analysis

Grant Helps Public, Private Non-Profit Victims Of September Floods
High Country public and private non-profit entities that suffered damage during September’s flooding can obtain free assistance to make repairs simply by picking up the phone.

Governor’s Fund Offers Flood Relief To County Residents
Watauga County victims of flooding from the remnants of Hurricanes Frances and Ivan have another opportunity to seek assistance this month and in December.

Disaster Relief Money Slated For NC Farms

Child Care Providers Face Economic Challenge
Some local child care providers say they are being shortchanged under recent changes in the way subsidized child care is reimbursed.

Foxx Discusses Key Issues With President Bush At White House
Rep.-elect Virginia Foxx kicked off a weeklong freshman Congressional orientation Monday by visiting the White House.

Local Campaign Spending Is In Thousands

Teachers Being Taught
Experts in Secondhand Smoke & Methamphetamine
Stun Local Educators with Shocking Data!

Sierra Club Applauds Atty. Gen. Cooper’s Action To Clean Up The Air

Bird Species In Decline
The National Audubon Society’s annual “State of the Bird” report for 2004 shows continuing decline for most bird species.

Conservation Trust Transfers Little Table Rock Mountain Property to the State of North Carolina


Watauga Choose & Cut Listing

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

This Year A Great One To Choose Choose & Cut

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

High Country Giving Growing New Life

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

Fraser Fir Quick Facts

Choose and Cut Farms Quick Facts

Caring For A Real Christmas Tree

Trees Look Good For Choose & Cut Season

Loveliest Of Trees
Fraser Firs Top List Of Favorites

Your Guide To Tree Care
Christmas Tree Association Releases Retailer Newsletter

Of Kids And Trees
National Tree Association Offers Contest, Scholarships

Get Real . . . For The Spirit of the Season


 

COMMUNITY



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.


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



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


Features


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 .
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Bob’s B & B
Chetola Resort Opens The Bob Timberlake Inn
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The Bayou In Banner Elk
What is an authentic Cajun restaurant doing in downtown Banner Elk?
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