Day Of The Dead
Mexican holiday celebration inspires exhibit at Turchin
Appalachian History Right
Authors and editors with the Jefferson publisher, McFarland
& Company, talk about Getting Appalachian History
Childrens Book Counts On Nature
A Beech Mountain woman has released a new childrens
book to help youngsters learn to count.
Hemp And The Rule Of Law
Balling, a communications professor at Appalachian State
University, has produced a number of videos, and recently
wound up eight years of work on his latest documentary Hemp
and The Rule of Law, airing Nov. 5 on UNC-TV
Wins Writing Award, Publishing Contract
New Novel Due Out Next Fall
Friends For Life Animal Group Makes Plea For Help
Several High Country volunteers are in a weekly race to
keep hundreds of animals alive
Country Crisis Agencies Stress Need To Give Locally
This is the second in a series of articles about the need
for donations to local crisis and other non-profit agencies.
Teaches Parents To Be Teachers
This is the second in a series of articles about The Childrens
Council of Watauga County and how its helping the
County Celebrates Childrens Book Week
The Kids Warm This Winter
Seasonal Coat Collection Through November
Begins For Operation Christmas Child
Since 1993, staff and volunteers with Operation Christmas
Child have hand-delivered nearly 40 million shoe boxes loaded
with mittens, toys, books and personal items to needy children
throughout the world.
Use Expertise To Rescue Hundreds Of Animals
This is the second in a series of articles about the experiences
of two Watauga County residents who spent Sept. 23-30 in
New Orleans and Mississippi rescuing and caring for animals
stranded, lost or displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
Helps Riders With Variety Of Needs
is part of a series about High Country United Way Agencies
and how they help their clients.
Society Pet Show Features Doggie Fashions
This weekends Watauga Humane Society Pet Show will
feature some real dogs on the fashion show runway.
To Hear About Bio-Diesel
At its November meeting, the Watauga County Democratic Party
will hear guest speaker Mark Feichter
Honors Jimmy Smith
And Fun Celebrates Ten Years
Convention & Visitors Bureau Awarded $6,000
Two Grants to be Used for Website Development
Pet Insurance For You?
The concept isnt new, it has been around for 15 to
20 years, but many people are not aware of the option.
Is On The Way
Boone Crisis Pregnancy Center Hosting Annual Fundraiser
And Cut Brochures Now Available
Participating Tree Farmers Listed In Colorful Guide
Roberts Attends Junior National Young Leaders Conference
Key To Avoiding Home Fires
Winter Season Brings With It Possible Dangers
Mountain Times Editor Discusses Recent Mission Trip
Two local women recently returned from Pine Ridge Reservation
in South Dakota where they spent time learning about the
culture there and building much needed bunk beds for families
in one of the poorest counties in the nation.
Rock Benefit Concert To Be Held At Civic Center
Steven Reese began playing the piano at the age of six.
Club Presents Checks To Samaritans Purse
And Carnival To Benefit Local Learning Center
Themed Book Sale Ongoing At Ashe Library
For The Holidays
local chef is busy making special and unique treats for
the holidays by creating completely edible gingerbread houses
Pumpkin Contest Winners Announced
Farm Life Museum Seeks Items For Display
Day Provides A Fun Learning Experience At Mountain View
Of Columbus Say Lord Loves Cheerful Giver
And Spaceship Visit Ashe County
Ashe County has its very own alien, along with
a spaceship that stopped in recently out on Old Highway
16 and will be leaving soon after Halloween.
Kay Grant Awarded To A.S.H.E.
A.S.H.E. - A Safe Home for Everyone, has just received a
grant in the amount of $20,000 from the Mary Kay Ash Charitable
Afterschool Program Holds Pumpkin Contest, Fall Festival
In July Festival Seeks Public Opinion
Artist Projects Grant Recipients Chosen
Local artists have been chosen as recipients of the Regional
Artist Project of Northwest North Carolina