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bulletAMH Celebrates Respiratory Care Week Oct. 23-29
Ashe Memorial Hospital’s Respiratory Care Department will be celebrating Respiratory Care Week October 23-29.

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ARCHIVES POSTED OCTOBER 27, 2005
NEWS


Blue Ridge Elementary Starts Year With New Principal
The 2005-2006 school year has gotten off to a great start in Ashe County and this year Blue Ridge Elementary students and staff welcomed Rick Powers as their new Principal.

Foxx Acts To Protect Firearms Industry From Reckless Lawsuits



Long Life Ahead For Long Hope Creek

1,150 Acres In New River Headwaters Protected


National Christmas Tree Association Films Promo Spot In High Country
Lights, camera, Ashe County.


COMMUNITY



National Committee For The New River Thanks Volunteers For Big Sweep
Volunteers cleaned up trash from 33 miles of the New River and its tributaries in Ashe, Alleghany and Watauga counties.

Halloween Safety Tips Can Help Prevent Injury


A Night Of Elegance At The Third Annual Executive Riverview Ball
For the last three years, the Riverview Community Center of Creston has presented formal dining and dancing for an elegant evening, honoring contributors of the county.


Features

Courthouse Preservation And Oral History Keep Ashe Historical Society Active
The Ashe Historical Society was founded in the 70ís and later disbanded though came back together in the 80ís..

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Parsons Dance Company Ascends To The Stage Of Farthing Auditorium On Tuesday, November 8



Old Song Festival Set For Nov. 12th
Blue Ridge Music Makers Guild will host its first ever “Old Song Festival” on Nov. 12 at the Rex Theater in downtown Galax.


Celebrate Halloween At River House

Jeff Little, “The Piano Man from the Blue Ridge,” returns for another great performance to begin at 4 p.m.


ACT Readers Theatre “Victoria” Cast Chosen

Alleghany Community Theatre’s second Readers Theatre production, “Victoria,” is now cast and in rehearsal.

Crashing Sets, Barking Dogs Highlight Alleghany Community Theater
The production, a hilarious sequel to “Faith County,” is scheduled for November 11, 12 at 7 p.m. and November 13 at 2 p.m. in the Sparta School Auditorium, 450 North Main Street, Sparta.

Charles And Hallie Hogan To Perform Voice
Charles and Hallie Hogan will perform a guest artist concert at Brush Creek Hall November 11 at 7:30 p.m.



Skyland Books To Host Joe Tennis






Mistletoe Market Set For Nov. 11-13 In Historic Abingdon


ACT Readers Theatre Continue With “Victoria” Written By Local Playwright



No Tricks, Just Treats!




Riverdance Returns To Raleigh In November
Riverdance, now in its 10th year, returns to Raleigh Memorial Auditorium Nov. 15-20 for eight performances only.

MerleFest 2006 Announces Partial Lineup
Woody Guthrie Tribute in the Works



American Roots Exhibit Featured At Arts Council



Cast Announced For The Frog Prince
The Missoula Children’s Theatre and more than 50 local students present the musical The Frog Prince at the Ashe Civic Center on Saturday, Oct. 29th at 3 and 7:30 p.m.



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