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ARCHIVES POSTED MAY 19, 2005   

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State Allows County To Change Last Day Of School

It’s now official. The last day of this school year for Watauga County students will be Friday, June 3.


Meth Labs Continue Moving South
The title of methamphetamine manufacturing capital of North Carolina is now owned by its neighbor to the south, McDowell County.


The New Faces of the DBDA
Tuesdae Rice Named Downtown Boone Development Association Executive Director


Planning Commission Discusses Zoning, Appearance Standards
Zoning and appearance standards were once again the topics of discussion for the Boone Area Planning Commission.

Residents Oppose Petition For Rezoning
At the town of Boone’s May 12 spring quarter public hearing there was a request from Catacorner Investments to reclassify .36 acres of a 3.6 acre tract on N.C. 105.

Tweetsie Faces Lease Expiration
Theme Park Considers Moving


A Masters of MerleFest
Wilkes Community College Honors Doc Watson with Arts Degree

Boone Drug Receives Business Of Year Honor
Someone forgot to take their medicine.

Work First Shows Positive Results
After a decade, the Work First program is showing successful results.

Land Trusts Give Conservation Award to State Agency

COMMUNITY



Beekeeper Speaks At Watauga County Public Library
The Watauga County Public Library is buzzing with excitement this month thanks to Bob Cole.



Playing It Safe
Boone Service League Offers Variety Of Tips With Annual Rodeo



Boone Celebrates Arbor Day
Though the kids seemed to have fun, the Arbor Day celebration last Friday at the Daniel Boone Native Gardens was bittersweet for others, as it was the town’s first celebration without the 150 year old black heart cherry tree.


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Mary Helen Everett Is Woman Of The Month May
May is a month to honor foster families; the Watauga County Council on the Status of Women thinks it’s the perfect time to honor a treasured foster mother as May Woman of the Month.
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