Trivette Is Matriarch of Five Generations
Addie Trivette recently celebrated her 98th birthday
and says, The party went on for three days!
As matriarch of five generations (twice!), Mrs. Trivette
says its hard to get everyone together all at the
same time, so the celebration extended as long as necessary
to give family members and friends all a chance to stop
in and wish her well.
FBI Profiler Returns To Boone
Alan Brantley has looked into the faces of some
of North Americas most ruthless criminals.
Serves As Heartbeat Of Celebrations
Down through the ages, Valentines Day and its traditions
have presented many opportunities for expressions of love.
Boone Monument Will Return
AIn 1912, a monument was erected in Boones honor at
a cost of $203.17 by W.L. Bryan, then the mayor of Boone.
The monument was torn down in the 1960s, and replaced on
the ASU campus on the corner of Rivers Street and Stadium
Drive, near the Justice Hall dormitory in 1969.
Artist Featured In Magazine
Local artist Mary-Ann Prack was recently featured
in the Independent Weeklys Best of 2004
Realtor In Popular TV Show
One Tree Hill is a one-hour show that
can be seen on Tuesdays on WBTV, Charlotte, at 9 p.m.
Brings Wide Array Of Work Experiences To Library
Cashion, who wrote “How the Sun Shines on Noise,”
will speak at the Watauga County Public Library Saturday,
Feb. 12 at 11:30 a.m.
New Book Chronicles Tobacco Harvests
Country United Way Blows Past Fundraising Goal
High Country United Way leaders are celebrating the biggest
fundraising success in the organizations history.
The HCUW more than met its 2004-2005 fundraising campaign
goal of $300,000. The non-profit group has already exceeded
that goal by $45,000.
Coalition Saves Holidays For Young Family
This is part of a series to raise awareness about High
Country United Way Agencies.
Club Makes A Difference
The SADD Club at Watauga High School, met with the board
members of Watauga County’s Hospice last week and presented
them with a check for $600.
Library Promotes Poetry With Contest, Readings
High Country poets will descend on the Watauga County Public
Library this month.
Historical Society Regroups
Locals Hope To Revive Interest In Local History
Photography Studio Announces Baby & Child Portrait Contest
Partnership Seeks Local Artists and Folklorists for On-line
Society Offers Low-Cost Microchip Clinic
Of Relief For Tsunami Victims
Mural Placed On Wall Friday At Jefferson Station
Apples to Oranges is the newest mural
that is on display at Jefferson Station and local artist
Brian Murphy is pleased to be a part of the new mural project.
Of The Year Recognized
Polly Jones was recognized Monday evening at the
Board of Education meeting and received a plaque from Board
Member Dorothy Witherspoon.
Migrant Education Program Hires New Program Assistant
The 4-H Migrant Education Program works with employers
in the construction, carpentry, landscaping and food preparation
fields as well as other fields that may have employees who
are eligible for the program that can benefit both the employer
and their workers.
Eleven Months To Go
Ashe 2005 Historic Calendar Reduced to $5
Deeds Club Donates Money To Local Student And A.S.H.E.
Announces Participation In FRS Scholarship Program
Hosts Scholar Weekend For 7th-12th Graders March 19-20
Brass Section Performs With Chestnut Brass Company
At Four Pre-K Receives Special Visitors
Artist Helps Childrens Trust Fund Benefit
President Of Ashe Board Of Directors Receives Plaque
Ashe County Realtor Board Of Directors Named
Invitation To Mountain Hearts Panel Concerning Prevention