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highcountry WEEKLY

New Valle Crucis Principal Brings Enthusiasm To Position
Wayne Eberle II plans on being in Valle Crucis for a long time. “I’m very excited. I’m looking forward to the new challenges that lie ahead,” Eberle said. “I’m very excited to go out there and be part of their team.

Talented Twosome Brings Show To United States, High Country
After performing together in Germany for several years Michael and Carla Nicholson hope to transport their success together across the Atlantic Ocean to the United States.

Writers Celebrate In Downtown Boone, July 30
The Jones House, in downtown Boone, will host the High Country Writers Book Fair.

Nature’s Treasure – A Way Of Life For Huffmans
Jean Love Huffman has made a living off the land, literally, gathering and selling roots and herbs through the years to help raise her family.

Author Paints Literary Picture At Watauga, Ashe County Libraries
The world of early Renaissance painting will come to life this month at the Watauga and Ashe County Public libraries.


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Community Center Keeps Western Watauga Women Busy
Six women represented the Western Watauga Community Center at the recent music festival in Cove Creek, occupying a vendor booth with a wide assortment of their arts and crafts, lovely handmade items that require much time and talent to produce.

High Country Farm and Garden Tour This Weekend
Celebrate Sustainable Agriculture in Watauga County

Watauga Library Program Gives Participants Sense Of India
Christine Davé will give High Country residents the chance to experience India this weekend.

Author, Teacher And Outdoorsman
James Hall To Speak At Watauga County Public Library

OASIS Starts Permanent Housing Program
HUD Grant Helps Victims of Domestic Violence

Business After Hours Travels To The Inn At Crestwood

Boone Drugs, Inc. Completes Accreditation With ACHC

4-H Piñata Fun

4-H Soap Science

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle


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Harry Potter Party At Skyland Books Is A Complete Success
Downtown West Jefferson came alive Friday night with the release of the sixth Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Skyland Books on S. Jefferson Ave. hosted a release party Friday night, after which, at 12:00 a.m. sharp, the sale of the popular book in J.K. Rowling’s series went on sale.

Humane Society Welcomes New President
Sharon Sweeney said she is looking forward to the continuing support of Ashe County Humane Society members and all members of the community.

Local Artist Creates Logo For Humane Society

Fireworks Celebration, Pickin’ In The Park Deemed Huge Success
Monday night was a busy one for Parks and Recreation staff at Ashe County Park.

Rocky Top And Other Old Tunes Romped At Annual Music-fest
The 11th annual Alleghany County Fiddler’s Convention brought in approximately 3,000 musicians and fans of bluegrass and old time music

Relay For Life Kicks Off This Weekend At ACHS
Event To Raise Money To Fight Cancer

New Art Panel Shows Photographs Of Old Thomasville Furniture Plant

Blue Ridge Honors Ashe County Employee Leaving For Iraq

Bald Mountain Baptist Church Plans Women’s Bible Study

Drawing Class Enjoyed By All


 


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