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ASAP Task Force Chairperson Is Guest Speaker At Statewide Suicide Prevention Meeting

First Senior Expo To Educate Local Residents

Wilderness First Aid Course Offered April 16-17 At Appalachian







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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED APRIL 14. 2005
NEWS



Welcome Home
Hundreds of people gathered to greet National Guard troops returning to the area on Wednesday afternoon.


Pine Mountain Fire Burns Around 35 Acres
A recent Pine Mountain Fire burned approximately 30-35 acres and one structure valued at $100,000.


Ceremony Honors Troops
Local officials and a crowd of several hundred people paid tribute to local National Guard troops at a Friday ceremony.



Democratic Party Leaders Visit Ashe
Ashe County Democrats gathered Saturday evening April 2nd at Family Central for their annual FDR Dinner.



COMMUNITY

Features



Laurie Watson Is April's
Woman Of The Month
She is everywhere, helping everyone.
>>FULL STORY





China Wok Opens At New Market Center
After living in Hong Kong, Brooklyn and, finally Boone, Hung Fung Wong feels he has found his niche in the High Country.
>>FULL STORY

 




Laditude Performs At River House April 17th
From cocktail jazz to Top 40, Motown, Beach, Country and all of your favorites, Laditude plays everything for everybody.


Divorce Southern Style Opens Thursday
Ashe County Little Theatre’s Divorce Southern Style opens this Thursday, April 14th at the Ashe Civic Center.




Latin Dance Lessons Continue At Ashe Arts Center




Day Out With Thomas
Purina Incredible Dog Team Return for Tweetsie Railroad's 2005 Season
Wild West Theme Park Adventure Beginning April 29


Art Panels Project Continues At Jefferson Station
Art panels continue to go up at Jefferson Station and some of the new additions include painting and photography.


Comedic Dinner Theater Scheduled In West Jefferson



“Acoustic Heritage” To Open Sunday Salon Series At River House






Water, Water, Everywhere…
Five Artists Share a Theme at Jones House in April



Fiddle Champion To Perform At Ashe Civic Center


Ashe County Little Theatre Announces Ticket Sale For Spring Production


Tom Dooley Phenomenon Continues
Ticket Sales Open Soon


Antique Power Association Hosts Appalachian Farm Show April 22-24


Artists Needed For School Residency Programs


Humanities Reading And Discussion Program To Begin At Library


Historic Blair Farm Art and Antiques In the Yard, Sale


River House To Hold Exciting Culinary Tour Around The World


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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