Watson Is April Woman Of The Month
In nominating Laurie Watson for Watauga Countys
Woman of the Month, Sarah Mast of Valle Crucis says, She
is everywhere, helping everyone . . . a hands-on volunteer
who does everything from shampooing her neighbors
rug, to cleaning, decorating and painting at the Hospitality
House. Shes a wife, mother and daughter who always
puts others first.
North Carolina Featured In National Geographic Traveler
Open any edition of National Geographic Traveler
and youll find an interesting and detailed map, but
the map in Aprils edition of the popular magazine
holds special appeal for local residents.
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
Job Still Challenging After 27 Years
After 27 years as a Watauga County magistrate,
Anita Chappell is tempted to say shes seen it all.
Young Coming To Boone
Dynamic Speaker Returns For Weekend Youth Crusade
Sponsors Release Of Premier Whitewater Paddling Video
Bones Boutique Holds Benefit Fashion Show
Fashion bargains will abound this month during
an afternoon of modeling, food and fun. The Watauga Humane
Societys Bare Bones Boutique Thrift Store will hold
its first Cat Walk Fashion Show Saturday, April 23 from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Appalachian Cultural Museum. All
money raised from the show will benefit the humane society.
Hold Appalachian State Universitys First Relay For
Hundreds of Appalachian State University students will
join the fight against cancer this weekend.
Meeting To Be Held
The North Carolina State Energy Office and the
Appalachian State University Energy Center will sponsor
a Biodiesel Community Meeting April 18 at 7 p.m. at the
Agricultural Information Center in Boone.
Awards Outrageous Customer Service
The Boone Area Chamber of Commerce doesnt simply award
good customer service. It awards outrageous customer service.
Hold Annual Salute Event At Broyhill Inn
One of the High Countrys most delicious
nights of the year is just a few weeks away.
Announces Winter Cover Crops Field Day
This is the time of year to check out what winter-planted
cover crops can do for soil fertility and weed control.
Cancer With Rock & Roll
Benefit for Beth Concert for Leukemia & Lymphoma
Society at Black Cat Burrito April 21st
Spring Fling Forecast: Family Fun For All Ages
ASU Students Help Plan, Organize Event
Habitat Holds Taste Of The High Country At Broyhill
For Kids Finishes High Country Tour
Volunteers Visit K-3 Kids at Seven Area Schools
Scholarships Deadline Extended
WCAC Taking Applications Until April 22
Stars Artwork On Display
The Watauga Education Foundation is getting geared
up for Shooting Stars 2005.
Wedding Textiles Discussed April 19
A program on Indian wedding textiles will be presented
April 19 at 7 p.m.
Country Media Welcomes Feimster
High Country Media recently welcomed Randy Feimster
as the companys new circulation manager.
County Student Serves As Governors Page
Jenny Mac Sluder of Todd recently participated
in the Governors Page Program in Raleigh. Sluder spent
a week gaining valuable life experience and providing administrative
support as a page for the Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services for the week of Mar. 14-18.
In The Park Event Scheduled Saturday
Event Will Benefit Ashe Co. Humane Society
Seeks Recipes For New Cookbook
Get Out Of Jail Fundraiser Starting Up Now
Food Drive Brings In Nearly 7,000 Pounds Of Goods
Food from the Boone Curves was taken to the Hunger
Coalition on Meadowview Drive, where it was graciously received
by staff members there.
Math Students Win 1st Place Trophy In Competition
Receives Donation From Wilkesboro Harley Group
Republican Party Recognizes Local Businessman
Free Trade Trap To Be Topic Of Luncheon
Programming In Schools Sponsored By Ashe Arts Council
Invited To Heritage Public Forum
Now For 5th Annual Professional Womens Seminar
Beta Club Wins Big At State Convention
Crime Victims Rights Week Celebrated Now
Of The Young Child Provides Fun For All
Photography Studio Holding Portrait Contest