Lee, Keeper of The Lighthouse, Is Woman Of The Month
Like many Women of the Month, Septembers
honoree, Sharon Lee, says she just doesnt understand
Monks in Residence at Lees-McRae Oct. 4-7
Opening Ceremony at Cason Library Tuesday Morning
Opens On Howard Street
Why dine on Howard Street? Joe Ledford can give
you 161 reasons.
Mailing Center Opens Its Doors
For Whit and Marie Whitley, its been a long
For years, theyve dreamt of moving to Boone to start
a business and raise a family.
Survivor to Lecture September 29-October 1
Food Fantasy Moves To King St.
One of Melanie Pattersons oldest fantasies
has come to life with a downtown move.
6th Annual Queer Film Series Set for October
Loggerheads at Greenbriar Theatre Monday
Guide to Help NC Hikers
Author Kevin Adams in the High Country
Make Habit Out Of Volunteering For Habitat
As long as Watauga Habitat for Humanity
has houses to build it will enjoy the services of its Wednesday
The Cycle Of Violence
OASIS Assists Survivors Of Domestic Violence,
Relay For Life Announces 2005 Total
The 2005 fund-raising total is in, and Watauga
County Relay for Life leaders are happy with the countys
Of The Ride
Country Author And Reporter To Visit Skyland Books
Cemetery Benefit Saturday in Triplett
One of the traditions in the Triplett Community
of Watauga County is for the community to get together for
the upkeep of its various family and church cemeteries.
Appalachian Wind Empowers Students to Learn
Right here in the High Country there are people
looking into the benefits of alternative power resources.
To High Energy Costs To Be Showcased At 10th Annual National
The High Country Participates With Its Own 10th
Annual Tour of Sustainable Living
Mason Encourages Women To Participate In Public
If women want their voices heard more in society they must
become more involved in the policy making process.
Day Of Caring Assists Agencies, Individuals
Dozens of volunteers helped the High Country United
Way (HCUW) make a difference.
Fundraiser Ready To Rock And Roll
The Library To Host Music-Filled Relief Event
Society Holds Annual Dog Jog
The Watauga Humane Society will hold its
annual Dog Jog Saturday, Oct. 22 along Boones Greenway
Watauga Humane Society has partnered with Dr.
Cara Roten-Henson of Animal Medical Center of Boone to offer
an affordable monthly pet identification microchip clinic
to the public.
Week Is October 3-7
Recognized For Outstanding Community Development
Festival Draws Diverse Crowd
A local pagan festival on Saturday drew a diverse
group to Appalachian State University campus. The gathering
was sponsored by the ASU Pagan Student Association and representatives
of the Boone High Country Pagan Pride Project.
Area Announces Grants Program For Western N.C.
Association, Library Hold New Book Sale
Health Occupations Classes Hold Outstanding Blood Drive
Ashe County High School sponsored a blood drive last Thursday
in the school gymnasium and organizers were pleased to announce
that 115 units of blood were successfully collected
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.
Electric Website Gets A Makeover
Recognizing the power of the Internet, Blue Ridge
Electric Membership Corporation is excited to introduce
their website, www.BlueRidgeEMC.com.
County Farmers Market Celebrates Fall
As the fall season begins in Ashe County,
dont forget to enjoy the crisp cool weather while
attending the Ashe County Farmers Market
Sun-filled Day Delivered For The 7th Annual Greater L.A.
With barely a cloud in the sky, the weather provided a beautiful
day for the Greater L.A. Festival
Council Kicks Off Fund Drive
is the time each year when the Ashe County Arts Council
focuses attention on fundraising.
Latino To Become An Annual Event
The Festival Latino will become an annual
event with September 16th slated for next year.
Day Of Pampering
On Saturday, October 1st, the eighth annual Womens
Day of Pampering will take place at the Watauga Medical
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.
Medical Associates Welcomes New Doctor
Ashe Medical Associates is pleased to welcome
a brand new doctor to their practice.
Receives Award In Virginia
People How To Garden For Wildlife
Local Womans Property Named Backyard
Wildlife Habitat Site
Annual Meeting Scheduled October 1
The 49th Annual Meeting of SkyLine Membership
Corporation is scheduled for Saturday, October 1.
Area Announces Grants Program For Western N.C.
Man Discusses His Experience With Depression
Thursday, Oct.6th, Is National Depression