Mayor Burnley Decides Not To Run For Reelection
After 18 Years in Public Office The Time
Winn-Dixie Announces Store Closing
Chain To Close All NC Locations
Yesterday, Winn-Dixie announced its store at 2575 N.C.
105 will soon be closed.
Tweetsie Plans For Possible Relocation
Facing an uncertain future in Blowing Rock,
the landmark Tweetsie Railroad theme park has hired two
companies to plan for a possible relocation.
Lodge Becomes Super 8
The Graystone Lodge has become Boones
Super 8 Motel, and according to owner Ashok Patel, the
transition has been, appropriately, super.
Maps Areas Public Lands
A recent project of the High Country Council
of Governments mapped out the public lands in the region
and suggested future preservation efforts.
Scheduled For Hazing Lawsuit
The suit arises out of a hazing incident at
a 2003 summer basketball camp sponsored by North Carolina
State University mens basketball coach Herb Sendek.
Foxx Honors Norman Cheek
June 15, 2005
Declared Norman Cheek Day In Fifth District
Commission Discusses Commercial Appearance Standards
The standards were introduced at the last quarterly
public hearing by the Boone Community Appearance Commission
with the intent to enhance community appearance.
Death Highlights Need For Better Understanding Of Law
Safe Surrender Website, Hotline Can Educate
Public About Important Law
Mountains To Sea Trail Follows Parkway
A local section of the Mountains To Sea
Trail is undergoing archeological studies while
the trail recently earned a national designation.
Medical Recieves Reynolds Grant
Money Targeted For Emergency Department Expansion
Studies Water-Use Ordinance
When the Boone Town Council tapped its water-use
ordinance into effect, council members knew it may need
some tweaking as the year progressed.
Watauga County School Fees Remain Unchanged
School fees for the vast majority of Watauga
County Schools students will remain unchanged for the
Announces Cheese Recall
Tests Show Salmonella Contamination