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Red Cross Makes Emergency Appeal For Blood And Platelet Donors
Donors Needed Now To Ensure Supply For Summer

Oh, Mandy...


Lovin' Spoonful

Que Pasa?

Sweet Tea

With Lemon


Ashe County


A Raney Rogers’ Painting Chosen For 2006 Wildlife Calendar

Nursery And Landscaping Association To Form

Aldermen Vote Against Asphalt Plant
Applause erupted at the end of a very short Jefferson Town of Aldermen meeting.

Information Sought In WJ Break-In

Turn Lane Resolution Approved
New Access Could Help Bring Jobs, Commercial Development

Open House Held At New Wilma Vannoy Birthing Center

School Supply Drive Needs Donations, Drop Off Points
The Ashe County Volunteer Initiative and AF Bank are sponsoring a countywide school supply drive.



Life Behind The Iron Curtain
Singer Recounts East German Childhood With Mixture of Fondness, Few Regrets

>>>>Musical Match
Performers Enjoy Success On Stage And In Marriage


Murders, Mysteries and Mountain Tragedies
Mountainhome Music Presents Ballads of the Blue Ridge this Saturday at St. Luke’s

New Works And Dolls, Dolls, Dolls Exhibit Featured At Wilkes Art Gallery
The Wilkes Art Gallery will host an opening reception for two exceptional exhibitions on Friday, July 15 from 6-8 p.m.

America’s Favorite Cowboys, Riders In The Sky, Saddle Up With Tweetsie July 16-17

Alleghany Fiddler’s Convention Begins Friday
Pickers and fans of bluegrass and old time music will gather this Friday and Saturday, July 15 and 16, for the 11th annual Alleghany County Fiddler’s Convention.

North Carolina Symphony To Play Concert In Sparta

Arts Council Sponsors Monthly Gallery Crawl

River House Winefest To Be Held On July 16th

Are You Ready To Fiesta?

Harry Potter Fans Invited To Special Party At Skyland Books

New Craft Workshops Planned for Children

Spring 2005 Cold Mountain Review Available

Todd Blues Festival Will Arrive In Late July

It’s that time of year again. Time for one of the most anticipated events of the summer, The Todd Blues Festival!

Sunflower Festival To Kick Off In Mountain City
A new event for Johnson County, Tenn., the Sunflower Festival will take place on July 23 in downtown Mountain City.

Annual 1904 Courthouse Celebration Kicks Off July 23rd
Food, fun, entertainment, arts and crafts as well as cake and ice cream for everyone.

Hot Rods Will Rumble July 28

Arts Council Sponsors Summer Art Classes



Blazing A Trail
Annette Bednosky Wins Western States
Endurance Run

BREW Bikes Continues To Rack Up On Awards

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