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Coping With Holiday Stress
The holidays are a time of family, joy and peace, but it can also be stressful because of high expectations.





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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED DECEMBER 23. 2004
NEWS


Boink: Watauga County Still A Top Collision Destination
Accident Rate Up In 2003, Down This Year

Creston Man Dies In Johnson County Wreck

Car Accident Claims Life Of Lansing Woman

Crimestoppers Seeks Information On B&E

Holiday Closings For County Offices And Public Library

Todd Community Group Completes Park Purchase
Summer Music Series Planned Again For 2005 On Site

Parks And Rec To Go Ahead With Preliminary Plans For Ball Field Complex

Forest Service Might Get Home At Last
The Board of Commissioners gave their approval Monday to go ahead to help get a County Headquarters for the Forestry Service in Ashe County.

Horse Owners Can Apply For Interstate Health Permit
Horse owners who frequently travel out of state with their animals for horse shows and festivals can take advantage of a new agreement.

Comments Sought On New High School Exit Standards
Online Survey Available Now

Gulp!
Boone Tops High Gas Price List – Again


COMMUNITY


Equine Studies Announced At Ashe Center
Horses dot almost as much of the Ashe County landscape as cattle, and now those interested in learning more about one of the county’s favorite animals can do so at Wilkes Community College. The Ashe Center of WCC will announce a range of equine and equestrian courses beginning in the spring semester.

State Employees’ Credit Union Members Create Scholarship Program
All North Carolina Public High Schools to Benefit

Wildlife Commission Schedules Outdoors Workshop For Women
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has scheduled a three-day workshop for women to help them learn a variety of outdoors skills including fishing, boating, camping, hunting and outdoor survival.

Ashe County Middle School Group Participates In Residency

Mini Food Show Held At Westwood Elementary School

 


Features



A Christmas Love Story
Seventy-Three Years And Counting
June Greene says he’s been on the hook for seventy-three years, and according to his sweet bride, Thelma, “He’s still hangin’ on.”
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To The Governor’s Door In ’04
Representing West End Wreaths and the NCCTA, Scott, Beckie, Camden and Thomas Ballard presented Governor Mike Easley with 20 wreaths.
>>FULL STORY




Arts Council’s Twelve Gifts Of Christmas Raffle Winners



Sparta To Open Teapot Museum
Downtown Building to House $5 Million Collection



Well-Known Ashe County Artist Featured At Ashe Arts Center
Florence Thomas Book Also Available Now

Countdown to Christmas Eve

High Country Holiday Events Continue


Library Features December Exhibit

 


Footsloggers Outfitters


AppalCART Bus Service


High Country Honda

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