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 NEWS



HEALTH ISSUES

Flu Case Confirmed In Ashe County
Hospital & Nursing Home Enforces Limits On Visitors

Wilderness First Aid Course Offered April 16-17 At Appalachian







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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED MARCH 31. 2005
NEWS


New Pesticide Container Recycling Program
Cooperative Extension and Ashe County Environmental Services are offering cash for your plastic crop protection containers for recycling.


Lottery Scam Sent To Local Woman

A lottery scam has made its way into the county and the West Jefferson Police Department encourages residents to be cautious if they have to pay money in order to “win”.


Economic Development Activities Continue With New ED Director



Troops To Return Home Next Week
Community Encouraged To Show Support


Pre-K And Kindergarten Screenings To Be Held In April



Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery

“Springing Forward” Combination Keeps You Safe



Commissioners Support Community Kitchen
The Ashe County Board of Commissioners gave their nod of approval to the community kitchen project.


A.S.H.E. Seeks Support As Funding Cuts Begin




NCDA&CS Egg Inspectors Ensure Grade A Eggs



COMMUNITY


ACHS Art Students Participate In Empty Bowls Project
Ashe County High School art students participated in the fourth annual “Empty Bowls Dinner” fundraiser that raised $4,100 for The Hunger Coalition, a High Country United Way agency serving Ashe, Avery, and Watauga.

VBS Clinic Open To Area Residents
The Ashe Missionary Baptist Association announces its Vacation Bible School Associational Clinic

Riverview Gathering Considered More Than Lunch
Through the years, the lunch has evolved from being for senior citizens to including all who wish to come.


Extension And Community Association Holds Cultural Arts Exhibit And Competition
The Agricultural Service Building Conference Room was draped with handmade quilts, afghans, rugs, jackets, scarves and more at the recent Extension and Community Association’s annual Cultural Arts Exhibit.

 


Features


Dr. Elliott Engel Returns To High Country
Dr. Elliott Engel is a scholar and performer whose infectious enthusiasm and radiant wit create an imaginative and delightful presentations.
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River Rock Gallery Re-Opening Celebration Planned

Two Operas Presented April 8-9
Appalachian State University’s Hayes School of Music will present an Opera Workshop Production April 8 and 9

Ashe County Little Theatre Announces Ticket Sale For Spring Production



Wildwood Valley Boys Coming To Westwood Elementary



Tom Dooley Phenomenon Continues
Ticket Sales Open Soon


Free Latin Dance Lessons Start Next Tuesday
Latin dance lessons will be offered at no charge starting next Tuesday, April 5


Wilkes Art Gallery To Host Reception And Awards Presentation


Artists Needed For School Residency Programs


Grape Escape Wine Tasting, Wine And Art Auction Is Friday




World Neighbors
Fourth Annual ASU Diversity Festival Tuesday




Historic Blair Farm Art and Antiques In the Yard, Sale


River House To Hold Exciting Culinary Tour Around The World



Family Harmonies on Display
Virginia’s Cana Ramblers at Ashe Civic Center April 8


Sound Of Music Auditions Begin April 4th


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



Exhuming Charlie Poole
New Three-Disc Anthology Examines Carolina Legend



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


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




Young At Art Exhibit Features Talented Local Youth
The 12th annual “Young at Art” exhibit returns to the Gallery of the Ashe Arts Center from March 16-April 30, 2005.


 


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