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Wilderness First Aid Course Offered April 16-17 At Appalachian

Heart Walk Scheduled For May 21








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ARCHIVES POSTED MARCH 17. 2005
NEWS


USDA Announces Sign-Up For Tobacco Transition Payment Program

Agricultural Trails Project Continues
The Agri-Cultural Trails project is a new venture that is being discussed by several lead agencies in the county and will hopefully start being implemented this year.



First Event At Newly Organized Fleetwood Community Center Receives Great Support
Fleetwood Community Center opened Saturday night with a generous turnout of workers and community support.


Local Farm Bureau Members Attend Legislature Event

Accident Causes Outage in Alleghany, Ashe Counties


Heritage Tourism Development Officer Starts Work
The new Heritage Tourism Development officer for the area, Helen Ruth Almond, has hit the ground running and is already accomplishing quite a bit


Local Republican Party Holds Annual Convention
The Ashe County Republican Party recently held their annual convention at the courthouse in Jefferson on Saturday, March 5th.


COMMUNITY



FFA Members Participate In State Leadership Conference



Ashe Partnership For Children Receives State Awards For Exceeding Goals


Fleet Feet Wins At Spring Fest
The Fleet Feet Cloggers had several groups place first in their respective categories of competition at the Spring Fling 20th Anniversary competition.


Applications For SkyLine Youth Programs Now Available



Features


Heirloom Seeds Provide Rich Cultural History
Jim Veteto has put his green thumb to good purpose, collecting heirloom seeds in the hope of promoting agricultural diversity.
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St. Patrick’s Day Concert at St. Luke’s
Mountainhome Music Opens 12th Season with Irish Concert

Ashe Man To Sign Copies Of His First Novel

Local Speaks About National Museum Of The American Indian

“The Da Vinci Code: Faith, Fact, and Fiction” At Library Book Club


Exhuming Charlie Poole
New Three-Disc Anthology Examines Carolina Legend


More Book-Signings at Black Bear Books

Going for Baroque
Free Concert of Vivaldi, Bach & Others on Tuesday

Parks And Rec. Holds Easter Egg Hunt




In The Footsteps of Daniel Boone
Boone Biographer at Black Bear Books Sunday


ACLT To Present Divorce Southern Style
Mark your calendars today for Ashe County Little Theatre’s spring production of Divorce Southern Style.

Call For Entries For Youth Art Exhibit
The Ashe County Arts Council will feature a Youth Art Exhibit entitled “Young at Art”.

Concerts Held In Association With Annual GuitarFest At Appalachian
The Tenth Annual Appalachian GuitarFest and Competition will be held March 17-20 at Appalachian State University

Tweetsie Railroad's Season Pass Offers Golden Opportunity
Discount Rates Available Until May 1

Big Screen Adventure
Banff Mtn. Film Fest Moves To Farthing March 18 & 19

Student-directed Plays Presented March 16-19

“When You’re Smiling” Exhibit At The Ashe Arts Center
The Ashe County Arts Council invited local artists to participate in “When You’re Smiling”

 


 


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