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N.C. Pays High Price For Unhealthy Lifestyles

Public Health Warns Of Carbon Monoxide Dangers In Cold Weather Months

Appalachian Offers Tips For Staying Healthy And Happy During Holidays

Coping with Holiday Grief

Delta And Holland America Help Blood Donors Escape For The Holidays

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ARCHIVES POSTED JANUARY 5, 2006

 

highcountry WEEKLY

A Natural Bond
Joseph & Barbara Barnes Unveil New Watercolor Works at the Jones House Friday

Country Magic Cloggers Take Home Blue Ribbons
Carolina Folk Festival in Raleigh Showcased Local Talent

Writers Group Nourishes Creativity
Full Voice: A Writer’s Walk with Self will have its first meeting of the New Year on Tuesday, January 3, 2006 from 7 p.m. to 9

Good Morning Sunshine

 

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Western Youth Network Helps Children Believe In Themselves

This is part of a series about High Country United Way Agencies and how they help the community.

Ross Donates Van To Rainbow Center
Ross Chrysler Jeep Dodge donated a 1998 Dodge Caravan to the Rainbow Center of Wilkesboro.

I Have A Dream Week Celebrates Cultural Diversity
High Country residents can celebrate the world’s diversity this month thanks to the I Have A Dream (IHAD) Task Force.

What’s In A Resolution?
New Year Inevitably Brings Hopes, Dreams


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Local Family Builds Log Cabin As Part Of Homeschool Experience
For three months, 15-year-old Eric Martin’s classroom was on the side of a hill with building supplies surrounding him.

Guardian Ad Litem Program Seeking Volunteers To Help Local Kids
Child abuse and neglect are problems that affect every community, including the communities in Ashe County.

Soup For You Moves To Downtown

This New Year Resolve To Fight Fairly
What was your New Year’s resolution last year?


 


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