MT Home

Watauga Edition



High Country Honda


 NEWS



HEALTH ISSUES

Homeowners - Beware Of The Silent Killer
Carbon Monoxide Can Be Deadly

Get In Shape For 2005
County Provides Opportunities To Keep Resolution




COLUMNS


Lovin' Spoonful

Great Outdoors

Que Pasa

Skiing




THIS IS TRUE
a humerous mini story,
updated daily.

Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED JANUARY 6, 2005   

NEWS



Boone Native Assists Kosovo Relief Efforts
The following is part one of a two-part series.


Watauga Area: Soldiers, Floods, Junked Cars Top 2004 Headlines
The news event that probably effected most Wataugans in 2004 began and ended with hurricanes off the Florida coast.

Business: A Year Of Transition
For businesses in Watauga County, 2004 was year of moving on up, moving on and moving on out.

Education: Peacock Spreads His Wings; High School Needs Elbow Room
From visions of a new high school to the naming of a new chancellor, the education community saw several changes.


Politics: The Year of the Foxx
In the Chinese zodiacal calendar, 2004 was the Year of the Monkey. In High Country politics, most observers would agree it was the Year of the Foxx.

 

Boone: Liquor Shot Down; Speed Bumps Sprout Up In 2004
The year 2004 will probably be remembered as the year the Boone Town Council cut through the traffic of a major controversy.

The Hillside Strangler
Environmental Year In Review

Watauga Soil And Water Helps Flood Damaged Properties
The Watauga Soil and Water Conversation district board has taken on a big role in helping rebuild property damaged from the autumn’s floods.


COMMUNITY



Non-Profits Experience Eventful Year
From floods to fundraisers, 2004 was a busy year for non-profit organizations in the High Country.


Hospice Welcomes New Staff
New staff members have recently been added to the Hospice family serving Watauga, Ashe and Alleghany Counties.


Consumer Credit Counseling Service Helps Clients Battle Debt Stress
Editor’s Note: This is part of a series about High Country United Way Agencies.



Features


3,000 And Counting
Custom Tag A Hit In Mountains
>>FULL STORY





Ski With A Two Time Olympian
Two-Time Olympian, Krista Schmidinger
returns to Sugar Mountain Resort for Ladies Day.


Footsloggers Outfitters


AppalCART Bus Service


Dougnet Computer Consulting






THIS WEEK
Beagle Mix...


HOME - NEWS - EVENTS - MARKETPLACE - CLASSIFIEDS - VISITOR INFO - CONTACT - PRIVACY POLICY   Get FirefoxGet Firefox



©2009 The Mountain Times. All rights reserved. Reproduction of advertising and design work strictly prohibited.
474 Industrial Park Drive / PO Box 1815 • Boone, North Carolina  28607 • Telephone 828.264.6397 • Fax 828.262.0282 • Classifieds 828.264.1881