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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED SEPTEMBER 29, 2005
NEWS


ACHS Takes Highest VoCATS Score In The State
Ashe County High School’s Career-Technical Education (vocational) classes tested higher than any other school in the state for the 2004-05 school year.


477 Acres On Phoenix Mountain Property To Be Auctioned
Could A Ski Resort Possibly Come To Ashe?

County Continues To Open Hearts For Hurricane Katrina Victims
Bring Canned Food, Snacks To ACHS Football Game Friday

Two Virginia Men Charged With Murder Of Lansing Resident

AEV To Hold Formal Dedication For New Paint Facility
Local officials have been invited, as well as U.S. Congresswoman Virginia Foxx of the Fifth Congressional District of North Carolina.

Ruritans To Discuss Tobacco Buyout Program


COMMUNITY

NWF Shows People How To Garden For Wildlife
Local Woman’s Property Named Backyard Wildlife Habitat Site

Puttin’ On The Dog Fashion Show To Benefit Humane Society
The 2nd Annual Puttin’ On The Dog Fashion Show to support the Ashe County Humane Society will be held Oct. 6th.

Ashe County Farmers Market Celebrates Fall
As the fall season begins in Ashe County, don’t forget to enjoy the crisp cool weather while attending the Ashe County Farmers Market

Woman From New Orleans Thanks Community
There are several people staying in Ashe County after leaving the disaster areas struck by Hurricane Katrina, including Wendie McCain and her husband, Ian.


Features



Local Man Discusses His Experience With Depression
Thursday, Oct.6th, Is National Depression Screening Day
>>FULL STORY

 




28th Annual Brushy Mountain Apple Festival Set This Weekend
The Brushy Mountain Ruritan Club, a non-profit rural civic organization, is busy preparing for its 28th Annual Brushy Mountain Apple Festival

Festival of the Frescos Serves As A Community Outreach
Last Thursday officially marked the first day of Autumn, which in the High Country means cool air, changing scenery and lots of outdoor fun.


Performing Songwriter To Play At Bohemia

“Rockacanna.” That’s one way Richard Valentine Tuttell describes his musical genre.


 


North Carolina Symphony Performs On October 4
The North Carolina Symphony will perform in West Jefferson on October 4

 

High Country Author And Reporter To Visit Skyland Books

North Carolina Symphony Education Concert Celebrates Imagination
For over 50 years, the North Carolina Symphony has been delivering classical music to the children of North Carolina.

Riverview’s Executive Ball Set For October 22nd
The Riverview Community Center is planning its 3rd Annual Executive Ball

Vocal Group To Perform At The Ashe Civic Center
Chapter 6, an award winning contemporary vocal group, will perform on Thursday, September 29



Local Photographer Hopes To Make A Difference In Ashe

Visit Exhibit Soon At Ashe Arts Center



Fresco Festival Coming In Glendale Springs On October 1st


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

State Fair Promises To ‘Feed Your Senses’ Oct. 14-23
There’s a sense of excitement being generated at the N.C. State Fairgrounds.



State Fair Hay Contest Planned


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

 





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