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ARCHIVES POSTED SEPTEMBER 8, 2005
NEWS



Free Medical Clinic To Open In Spring

Medical Volunteers Needed For Project


Penalty Increases For Unlawful School Bus Passing
Beginning tomorrow, Sept. 1, the penalty for passing a stopped school bus increases from a Class 2 misdemeanor to a Class I misdemeanor


Blue Ridge Energies Sends Help To Mississippi

Seventeen line technicians in 10 trucks left this morning to assist Dixie Electric Cooperative in re-building its electric system



Ashe County Reaches Out To Help With Disaster Relief

Ashe County residents have opened their hearts and wallets to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina


Two Charged In Breaking, Entering And Thefts



Johnston County Man Charged With Kidnapping, Credit Card Fraud

WJ Woman’s Body Found In Grayson County, Va.



Ashe County Stands Up For The Constitution

A New Political Lobbying Group Brings Information and Inspiration To Ashe County Residents



COMMUNITY



Children’s Home To Hold Fundraiser Saturday

How can you help children in your own community who are unable to reside in their natural homes because of abuse and neglect?


Entry Deadline For Pageant Extended
The 2nd Annual “Princess of the High Country” Pageant will be held on Saturday, October 8th



A.S.H.E. Shelter Dedication Held At Ashe Arts Council

Packed Room Listens To Monica’s Story




Features

Local Youth Fashion Board Travels To Atlanta For Prom Attire
Ashe County High School seniors and fashion board members Margret Gardner, Kayla Furches, and Brandi Marlow recently returned from their buying trip to Atlanta’s Apparel Mart.
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Author To Discuss Book About Daniel Boone


Latino Festival To Kick Off With Prizes, Fun And More On Sept. 18
On September 17th from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Ashe Family Central, the region will have the opportunity to be transported to several Latin American Countries


Blue Ridge Concert Series Kicks Off Friday
The Blue Ridge Concert Series will be presented on Friday, September 9, at 8 p.m. on the stage of the Ashe Civic Center


Tickets On Sale For ACLT’s Fall Production Of “The Foreigner”

Tickets are now on sale at the Ashe Arts Center for “The Foreigner,” Ashe County Little Theatre’s fall production


High Country Amigos 2nd Annual Festival Latino Plans Continue
On September 17th from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Ashe Family Central, the region will have the opportunity to be transported to several Latin American Countries


Wilkes Playmakers Production Of “The Fantasticks” Opens Next Week
Wilkes Playmakers production of “The Fantasticks” opens next week at Benton Hall


Gallery Crawl Returns To Downtown West Jefferson
On Friday, September 12, the Ashe County Arts Council sponsored Gallery Crawl will take place from 5-8 p.m.



Jerusalem, Holy Land Topics Of Presentation At River House




Carlton Gallery Artists Featured In BRAHM’s 2005 Art Celebration



Smoke On The Mountain At The Ashe Civic Center
This musical comedy is a touring production by the Cumberland County Playhouse.


A Tapestry Of Culture
Iron & Silk Author Examines Life In China



Executive Ball To Host Board Of Education
The Riverview Community Center is planning its 3rd Annual Executive Ball.

Doo-Wop ‘Til You Drop At River House
Popular Asheville band, The Dorchesters, will be performing at the River House country inn and restaurant.


Widespread Panic To Perform At Appalachian Sept. 21
Widespread Panic will bring their blend of Southern-style rock to Appalachian State University.



Fresco Festival Coming In Glendale Springs On October 1st





Attend Greater L.A. Festival, Enter To Win A Trip



Melodies and Harmonies
24th Annual Barbershop Quartet Show Next Weekend

Unique Event Planned At Skate Zone Sept. 19th
Neil Hatfield To Speak To Youth


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



State Fair Hay Contest Planned

For Big Savings, Buy State Fair Advance Tickets And Ride Sheets

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.


Learning to Play Well With Others

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



New Exhibit Featuring Lori Hall Photography At The Ashe Arts
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International Baseball Tryout Attracts Local Ballplayers


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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