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bullet New Study Demonstrates Simple Handwashing Can Save Children’s Lives

bullet Applications For Medicare Medication Part D Are Available Now
Senior Care Cards that cover medication will be ending December 31st of this year

bullet Free Workshop Addresses Depression, Suicide Issues
The Ashe Suicide/Depression Awareness and Prevention Task Force (ASAP) is conducting a free workshop in August

bullet Donate Blood To Help With Shortage

bullet ASU Partners With Be Active To Increase Physical Activity

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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED AUGUST 11, 2005
NEWS


Foxx Votes To Send President Transportation Equity Act
Congresswoman secures $1.6 million for project to widen U.S. 221 in Ashe and Watauga Counties


Numerous Complaints Result In Warning To Medicare Recipients
Marketing by Medicare Advantage Companies May Be Misleading, Confusing


Ashe Schools Perform Well Again In State Accountability
Ashe County Schools have once again gained top honors in the ABC’s of Public Education.


Back To School For 2005-06
Students will be getting up early again Wednesday as they kick off the 2005-06 school year.


Foxx Announces Ashe County Office Hours


COMMUNITY


Life Changing Workshop Is Offered For First Time In U.S.
Total Success Institute Brings Experience To Valle Crucis



Community Attends DV Forum



Print Sales Benefit Local Woman





River House Inn Hosts Successful Fundraising Event For Ashe County Humane Society


Free Workshop Addresses Depression, Suicide Issues
The Ashe Suicide/Depression Awareness and Prevention Task Force (ASAP) is conducting a free workshop in August.

 


Features



Stick Boy Bread Co. Turns Four
Local Bakery’s Success Bucks National Trend

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Honky Tonk Angels Land in Blowing Rock

BRSC Ends Summer Season with Popular Musical



Second Annual Heritage Day Celebration

Come one, come all to the Second Annual Heritage Day celebration at Moses H. Cone Memorial Park.



Gospel Jubilee Just Days Away
In less than a week, The Greenes of Boone will be welcoming gospel music fans to The High Country for their 23rd Annual Gospel Singing Jubilee.



John Turchin Gallery Hosts Artist Events

The John Turchin Art Gallery at The Great Train Robbery will host several special artists events during August, and continuing into September
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Riverview Lions Sponsors 7th Annual Festival By The River
Much family enjoyment and entertainment for all is in store for the 7th Annual Festival by the River.


Quilters Feeding The Flock In Wilkes County
The Wilkes County Quilters are presenting “Wilkes Quilts 2005: Feeding the Flock” Sept. 9-10


Alternate Roots Welcome Mountain Music Machine, Appalachian Trail
The Blue Ridge Concert Series will be presented on Friday, August 12.


Gallery Crawl Returns To Downtown West Jefferson



Doc & Richard Watson: A Family Tradition

TCPO Presents Grammy Winner in Todd Saturday



Ashe County Arts Council Sponsors Coffee House Talent Night


Group Plans Upcoming Event For Old American Singing Tradition
The group calls themselves the Lost Provinces Shape Note Singers and they are planning a singing jubilee at the Ashe County Arts Council grounds.



Nicholson Releases Latest Novel

Local author Scott Nicholson has reached a Homecoming after releasing his latest novel of homespun horror with “The Home.”



Tickets On Sale For Highlands Festival Events



State Fair Hay Contest Planned



Learning to Play Well With Others

3-Day Pete Wernick Jam Camp September 7-9 in Boone



Spirit Of Elvis By Way of Jimmy W. Johnson Comes To Mountain Music Jamboree



Of Crosses, Fish and Dollar Signs
Banister Pope’s Propaganda Art Show Opens at Nth Degree Gallery

 


Watermedia Society Hosts Annual Juried Exhibition
Three New Art Shows Open Friday at Jones House


Symphony Ticket Sales Kick Off In Ashe County
The North Carolina Symphony will be performing this year in Ashe County for the first time in six years.



Festival Latino Plans Are Ongoing
High Country Amigos invites you to participate in the second annual “Festival Latino”.



Local Artist Donates Painting For Raffle



Region 7 Art Educators Exhibit At The Ashe Arts Center


 



International Baseball Tryout Attracts Local Ballplayers


Family Run Can Be Family Fun
High Country Triathlon Looking for Local Entrants


16th Annual Blue Ridge Brutal Registration Is Open


Ebenezer Gardens Christian Children’s Home To Hold Golf Tournament
Over $50,000 In Prizes To Be Awarded


Gum Ridge Mill & Flying Pig Furniture Presents Blue Ridge Relay
200 Miles of Endurance




Footsloggers Outfitters


AppalCART Bus Service


Dougnet Computer Consulting

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