A Long, Strange Trip Its Been
The following is the third in a three-part series which
will tell the stories of three New Orleans families
displaced to the High Country following Hurricane Katrina.
No Place Like Home
Center For Children Strives To Rebuild Lives
Follows Boones Footsteps To High Country
The legendary exploits of Daniel Boone will come alive at
the Watauga County Public Library in December.
Phillips Is Woman Of The Month
Anyone who knows Dora Phillips of the Deep Gap community
also knows that she has given her life in service to others.
Comes Full Circle
Ward Prepares Community Theatre For Christmas Play
Student Exhibits Photography
for Sudan To Be Held Dec. 3
Card Design Winner Announced
Of Love Help With Clean-up
ASU Student Takes Blue Ribbon In Pie Contest
Appalachian State University junior Sandra Wolfe took the
blue ribbon at the North Carolina State Fair with her Pina
Colada Tropical Paradise pie.
Lights Christmas For Boone
Even if snow does not cover the ground on Dec. 25, Boone
will have a white Christmas.
Humane Society Encourages Adopting Older Dogs
Alternative Reasons To Be Grateful
November As National Hospice Month
Local Telethon Postponed, But Community Support Still Needed
Hosts Trio Of Events Dec. 3
Residents Invited to Whitener Hall Farewell Party
Hosts Great American Smokeout Activities
The Watauga High Against Tobacco Club hosted the Great American
Smokeout at Watauga High School Nov. 16 to encourage youth
to participate in the national campaign.
Museum Hosts Annual Holiday Open House
Houston Named Blowing Rock Christmas Parade Grand Marshal
Board Honors Students, Administrators
Watauga County Board of Education honored and recognized
some of the countys outstanding students and administrators.
Paws Visits Boone Mall
& Recreation Scores With Donation
4-H Helps Participant Explore The World
Of The Season Supports Local Charities
Sirius Restaurant and the Inn at Crestwood are excited to
announce The Spirit of the Season. Every month
various local charities will be featured on Wednesday nights
that is in need of our support.
Army Blitz Days Begin November 25
Rock School Thanks Merchants
& Cut Goes Cyber
The choose-and-cut Christmas tree industry will get a little
more cyber promotion this year under a state tourism grant,
but mailboxes will also get a seasonal taste of what the
High Country has to offer.
Ridge Women in Ag. Host 3rd Annual Conference
Fair Trade After Boone Holiday Parade
Banner Elk Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner Meeting
Hosts Community Garden Discussion
Family To Present White House Tree To First Lady
The Deals earned this privilege when one of their trees
won the National Tree Contest and the Deals were named
the Grand Champions by the National Christmas Tree Association
Joy To Local Family
Council Members Treated To Saving On Energy Costs Tips
Group Discusses Program Accomplishments At Quarterly Meeting
Surgery Support Group Celebrates Successes At Anniversary
Three Members Losing 592 Collective Pounds Share
Financing Available For Prospective Homeowners
Ashe Youth Connection Enjoys Photo Project
A recent activity held by the 4-H Ashe Youth Connection
mentoring program was a great learning experience.
Workshop Foundation Supporting Hurricane Disaster Relief
With New Wristbands
Hugs of Hope Wristbands To Help Survivors Of Recent Hurricanes
High Country Amigos
Judd At Todd
Music Hosts Thanksgiving Concert Saturday
West End Wreaths
Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at West End Wreaths last
Trails Members Tour Madison County
Offers School Spirit Clothing As Fundraiser
Ashe County Middle School Student Council is soon to begin
a spirit wear fundraiser.
WCC Ashe Center
Expansion Nears Completion
A luncheon event was held Friday at the Ashe Center of Wilkes
Community College to celebrate the near completion of a
huge expansion project.
Cutting Held At Blue Moon Guitars