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Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED MAY 5, 2005   

NEWS


Commissioners Consider Dangerous Dogs Orginance
The commissioners will consider an ordinance to deal with dangerous and nuisance dogs after discussing the issue at Tuesday’s regular meeting.


Rebuilding A Village
Boone Effort Raises Funds For Countries Hit By Tsunami

Senate Bill Restricts Cold Medicine Purchases
Cold tablets that contain ephedrine or pseudoephedrine can’t be bought unless a consumer shows a photo identification at the pharmacy counter.



ASU Set To Close On Quality Inn Purchase
Who says you can’t buy quality?


Watauga Medical Teams With Baptist Hospital
They have entered into an affiliation agreement which will, allow the two medical centers to develop and enhance medical services for their patients.

Heritage Council Promotes Historic Area Designation
Arts, crafts, and a variety of historic and cultural resources are being cataloged as work continues on developing plans under the Blue Ridge National Historic Area designation.

Park Service Increases Leash Law Enforcement
The National Park Service is stepping up enforcement of pet leash laws for properties along the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Board of Trustees Appoints David Bushman As Lees-McRae College’s 13th President

Flood Damage Funds Still Available
Application Deadlines Quickly Approaching

MerleFest 2005 Sets Attendance Mark
Record-Breaking Crowd Enjoys Smoothly Run Festival in Wilkesboro

Lease-Free Space Available For Small Businesses

COMMUNITY


Swing Fest Funds Three Project Graduations
The Green Park Inn will host Swing Fest Saturday, May 7 from 7 to 10:30 p.m.



Coalition Holds Adult Services Expo At Boone Mall May 10
The Adult Services Coalition will hold its third annual Adult Services Expo Tuesday, May 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Boone Mall.

Senior Games: Celebrating 16 Years In The High Country
In two short weeks, the big event of the year for area senior citizens will take place, and none too soon for those who have been “in training” since the last.


Features





New Cub On The Mountain
Boomer Is Grandfather’s New Bundle Of Joy
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Farmers’ Market Opens Saturday
Opening Day Ushers In 31st Season
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Foster Families Provide Haven For Stray Pets
Volunteers have helped make things a little cheerier on Landfill Road.
>>FULL STORY






Senior Games: Celebrating 16 Years In The High Country
In two short weeks, the big event of the year for area senior citizens will take place, and none too soon for those who have been “in training” since the last.



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