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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 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 18, 2005
NEWS


Sheriff’s Office Seeks Information About Rash Of Motorcycle Thefts Information is needed in an ongoing investigation by the Ashe County Sheriff’s Office regarding a rash of motorcycle thefts.

Single Tree Along With Heat Causes Three County Power Outage
A tree growing too close to power lines was the cause of a power outage last Thursday


Local Parents Discuss Possibility Of Building A Pool

Several local parents have met together and are discussing just what it will take to get a public pool available for theirs and others’ children to enjoy.

Nighttime Break-Ins Reported In Ashe County

Foxx Hosts First Veterans Advisory Council Meetings
Military veteran leaders from 12 counties in Northwest North Carolina came together today for the first set of Fifth District Veterans Advisory Council (VAC) meetings hosted by U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx (N.C.-5).


COMMUNITY


Little Britches Child Enrichment Program Enrolling Students Now
Little Britches, a half day child enrichment program, for preschoolers is now enrolling children ages three to five.

Music, Dinner And A Silent Auction At River House To Benefit Amy Hart
River House will host a musical afternoon and evening, dinner and a silent auction to benefit Amy Hart on Sunday, August 21st.

All That Jazz II Golf Tournament Is A Success
The All That Jazz II Golf Tournament, hosted by Harold and Wanda Parks, was held on Friday, August 5, at Jefferson Landing.



Features




Parkway Theatre Celebrates Long
History In West Jefferson

A place rich in history and full of life is
Parkway Theatre in downtown West Jefferson.
>>FULL STORY





Husky Vanguard Marching Band
Prepares For 2005

Season Band Camp 2005 marked
the beginning of another season for the
Husky Vanguard Marching Band
at Ashe County High School.
>>FULL STORY


Ruger Super Blackhawk To Feature
Ashe County History

Ashe County will soon have a very unique
piece of history created especially for gun collectors.
>>FULL STORY

 





Honky Tonk Angels Land in Blowing Rock

BRSC Ends Summer Season with Popular Musical



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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Festival By The New River Set For Saturday
The Riverview Lions Festival By the New River will be held Saturday, Aug. 20th at Riverview Community Center on Hwy. 88 West in Creston.



Emile Pandolfi In Concert At Ashe Civic Center
Emile Pandolfi will be making a return visit to Ashe County for two performances.


Artist To Hold Show Saturday At Todd General Store
Artist Annie Lee Smith will be displaying her artwork on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 3-4 at the Todd General Store


Wrestling Legends Return To Carolinas
3-Day Fanfest Offers Fans Once-In-A-Lifetime Opportunity To Meet Heroes



Dr. Henry Lesesne To Speak At Library


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


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.”



State Fair Hay Contest Planned



Learning to Play Well With Others

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


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


 



International Baseball Tryout Attracts Local Ballplayers


16th Annual Blue Ridge Brutal Registration Is Open


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




Dougnet Computer Consulting


High Country Honda


Footsloggers Outfitters

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