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Thermogram Offers No Radiation Exposure Or Breast Compression

bulletNov. 13 Declared “Sunshine Sunday”

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ARCHIVES POSTED NOVEMBER 10, 2005
NEWS


Ted Kaplan Advocates Accessible Health Care To Local Democrats
Former State Senate President Ted Kaplan spoke to an overflow audience of Ashe County Democrats Tuesday, Oct. 25th.

Reminder To Growers -New Agronomic Testing Fees Are In Effect
The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services recently implemented new fees for all agronomic tests except soil nutrient analysis, which is still free.

Water Quality Monitoring On The New River
Since water is central to our lives, and indeed all of biological creatures, we must take great interest in its quality and quantity.

Bringing The Holidays To Military Men And Women
Postal Service Outlines Guidelines For Shipping To Military Installations Overseas

NCNR’s River Builder Project Taking Applications From Landowners


COMMUNITY


New Mural Underway In West Jefferson
The Ashe County Arts Council is sponsoring the new work of art on the side of the Geno’s Restaurant building.

Local Student Travels To New York For Poetry Slam
An 11th grader, Seth Phillips, who attends Ashe Academy recently won an online poetry contest about smoking.

ACHS Seniors Selected As Morehead Nominees
Three Ashe County High School seniors have been selected to go on to regional interviews for the Morehead Scholarship.



Features


Send Holiday Cheer To Troops Stationed Overseas
A local woman is working hard to collect Christmas Cards and other needed items for the troops to have during the holidays.
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Local Couple Shares Their Adoption Story
Each year, November is recognized as National Adoption Awareness Month and works to promote awareness of the need for adoptive families for children.
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Blue Ridge Concert Series To Feature The Grass Cats
The Blue Ridge Concert Series will be presented on Friday, November 11, at 8 p.m. on the stage of the Ashe Civic Center.


Wilkes & Watauga Musicians Unite for Counseling Center
Mountainhome Music Concert This Saturday in North Wilkesboro

Charlotte International Auto Show Set For Nov. 17-20
The new 2006 model vehicles will be on display, many being viewed for the first time by the public.



Tough Man Contest Becoming Talk Of Ashe County
The “Toughest & Baddest Brawl” is coming to the Jefferson National Guard Armory on Friday, Nov. 18th


MerleFest 2006 Adds John Prine, Robert Earl Keen

Organizers Say More Additions to Come



Wrestling And Carnival To Benefit Local Learning Center

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.

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.



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


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



Tickling The Ivories Presented At The Ashe Civic Center
The Ashe County Arts Council presents the fifth-annual “Tickling the Ivories” concert

American Roots Exhibit Featured At Arts Council

 



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