Three Charged in Sleepy Hollow Murder
Partially Burned ASU Sophomore Found in Trunk
Government, ASU Discuss Water Needs
Representatives of three local governments and
Appalachian State University sat at the table last Tuesday.
Holds Quarterly Public Hearing
The town of Boone will convene its fall quarter
public hearing this Thursday, Nov. 10.
Receives Positive Audit
Watauga County received a positive financial
audit, but may need a grants administrator to streamline
Gets More Security Cameras
Watauga High School will soon have more security
cameras through a joint effort of various school supporters.
Dept. Presents Annual Report To County
Local developers are seeing a shorter wait for
septic tank inspections after changes in health department
Combined Campaign Exceeds Goal
Once again, Appalachian State Universitys
State Employees Combined Campaign (SECC) has exceeded
Gets Down To Business
The Appalachian Regional Development Institute
is gearing up for a busy season.
Approves JCPC Funding
The Watauga County commissioners mulled over
the possibility of approving a local appropriation to
offset a state budget cut, prompting a discussion of unfunded
River Builder Project Taking Applications From Landowners
Moves Forward With Lottery Plans
Retailers Can Start Application Process
Owners Oppose Annexation
A large crowd gathered at the Sugar Mountain
Village Hall on October 11 to get more information about
a possible involuntary annexation into the village.
Has $500 Million In Unclaimed Cash
Hundreds of High Country residents could have
free money waiting at their fingertips.
Fare Well In Local Elections
Incumbents fared well in municipal elections
Tuesday, with eight of the nine sitting members defending
their seats in unofficial returns.
Affirms Development Services Decision
In a marathon four-and-a-half hour case, the
Boone Board of Adjustment affirmed a Boone Development
Services staff decision
March In Boone