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There’s More Than One Type Of Winter Coat
Colder Months Often Bring About Bigger Waists

Mountain Laurel Women’s Health Offers Breast Cancer Screening Nov. 11th
Thermogram Offers No Radiation Exposure Or Breast Compression

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ARCHIVES POSTED NOVEMBER 3, 2005  

NEWS



Appalachian Cultural Museum Seeks New Home

Space on the Appalachian State University campus is as elusive as a parking place.


DMV To Offer Tag Office Services
Temporary Solution Until New Tag Office In Place


Precautions Key To Avoiding Home Fires
Winter Season Brings With It Possible Dangers


Fall Fire Season In Effect Through December
Forest Service Stresses Using Proper Precautions

Tweetsie’s Future Still Not Settled
With Tweetsie Railroad finishing up its season with the last Ghost Train this weekend, the theme park’s future is just as unsettled as it was at the beginning of the season.

Community Discusses Watauga High School Plans
This is the second in a series of stories about the public input session to discuss the new Watauga High School.

Renovations Disrupt Courthouse Parking
Courthouse parking will be at a premium for the next two years.

COMMUNITY



Friends For Life Animal Group Makes Plea For Help
Several High Country volunteers are in a weekly race to keep hundreds of animals alive.



Humane Society Pet Show Features Doggie Fashions
This weekend’s Watauga Humane Society Pet Show will feature some real dogs on the fashion show runway.



Collection Begins For Operation Christmas Child
Hometown Gestures Make A World Of Difference

Keep The Kids Warm This Winter
Seasonal Coat Collection Through November


Features




The Day Of The Dead
Mexican holiday celebration inspires exhibit at Turchin Center
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Volunteers Use Expertise
To Rescue Hundreds
Of Animals
This is about the experiences of two Watauga County residents who spent Sept. 23-30 in New Orleans and Mississippi rescuing and caring for animals.
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AppalCART Bus Service


High Country Honda


Dougnet Computer Consulting

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