MT Home

Watauga Edition



High Country Honda


 NEWS



HEALTH ISSUES

Grieving?
Join Others Who Understand Your Pain




COLUMNS


Lovin' Spoonful

Great Outdoors

Que Pasa

Skiing




THIS IS TRUE
a humerous mini story,
updated daily.

Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED FEBRUARY 10, 2005   

NEWS

High Country United Way Blows Past Fundraising Goal
High Country United Way leaders are celebrating the biggest fundraising success in the organization’s history.

House Of Reps Introduces Anti-Smoking Bill
An anti-smoking bill introduced in the state House of Representatives has local restaurant owners divided
.


Boone Creek Gets A Helping Hand
Local Organization Makes Restoration Plans


Commissioners Adopt Medicaid Resolution
The Commissioners adopted a resolution asking the state to eventually assume all responsibility to fund Medicaid.

County Has Increase In Child Abuse Cases
Reports of child abuse and neglect were up in Watauga last year.

Chambers Offers Apology For Abduction Of Children
Accused child abductor Alisha Ann Chambers spoke through her attorney and apologized for helping to abduct her two small children.

Economist Says County Is “Doing Extremely Well”
Economist Harry Davis is predicting a year of economic warmth.

Entrepreneur Partnership Celebrates Success
The Watauga County Entrepreneur Development Partnership celebrated a successful first season last Wednesday.


Daniel Boone Monument Will Return
An exact replica of the original monument from 1912 will replace the plywood piece this spring.


COMMUNITY



Watauga Historical Society Regroups
Locals Hope To Revive Interest In Local History



Hunger Coalition Saves Holidays
For Young Family
This is part of a series to raise awareness about High Country United Way Agencies.


Humane Society Offers Low-Cost Microchip Clinic




Features


Tradition Serves As Heartbeat Of Celebrations

Down through the ages, Valentines Day and its traditions have presented many opportunities for expressions of love.

>>FULL STORY

 






Addie Trivette Is Matriarch of Five Generations
Addie Trivette recently celebrated her 98th birthday and says, “The party went on for three days!”
>>FULL STORY

 

 




Retired FBI Profiler Returns To Boone
Alan Brantley has looked into the faces of some of North America’s most ruthless criminals.
>>FULL STORY





Slope Report





Footsloggers Outfitters


AppalCART Bus Service


Dougnet Computer Consulting

Pets Of The Week



THIS WEEK
Pouty Fella ...


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