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highcountry WEEKLY

Preparing To Trek The A.T.
One of the greatest outdoor adventures our country can offer runs through our backyard and I’ve never done more than drive past.

Bald Eagles Make A Comeback
The American bald eagle is making a comeback after facing extinction in the 1960

Destined To Be A Merchant
Bob Mann may have taken a circuitous route to finding himself behind the counter of a store, but perhaps it was inevitable after all.

Celebrating Our Independence
Scenes from Boone's July 4th Parade

Bagpipe School In Session
Local Piper to Attend NAAPD in Valle Crucis

Spring 2005 Cold Mountain Review Available


wataugaWEEKLY

Translator Reads From Arabic Novel
At Watauga Library
High Country residents can take a mystical journey into the world of African desert life at the Watauga County Public Library this month.Dr. William Hutchins, a professor in the Appalachian State University philosophy and religion department, will read from his translation of “Anubis: A Desert Novel” by Ibrahim al-Koni Saturday.

Study Sheds Light On High Country’s Homeless
Ian Mance picked the perfect topic for his research project.

Jane’s Journey
Hospitality House Helps Mother Find Permanent Housing For Family

Rivers, Litter And Puppets
Homeschoolers Organize Effort To Keep Water Clean

Mountain Television Wins Two National Telly Awards

Boone Police Department Welcomes New Co-Worker

Pick Ups At Mellow Mushroom

Sweet As Sugar


asheWEEKLY

Camp Sunshine Brings Healing To Children
A record year of attendance was held last week at the sixth annual Camp Sunshine for 18 children from the region who spent time together learning about one another and learning together how to deal with their losses of loved ones.

Camp Save-A-Life Encourages Blood Donations
Going To ‘Summer Camp’ Has Never Been More Rewarding

Mountainscapes Vacation Rentals Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Heritage And Cultural Items Sought For Museum In Ashe

Event Planned To Assist Students In Becoming A High School Senior

District Meeting For Mentor Programs Held In Ashe

Fireworks Celebration Held At Ashe County Park

High School To Host Future Husky Gathering


 


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