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20th CENTURY
HISTORY
A special section devoted to the 20th Century development of a diverse mountain region.



HEALTH ISSUES
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Give Blood During National Volunteer Blood Donor Month

New Service Helps NC Residents Keep Resolution
Quitline NC Helps Tobacco Users To Successfully Quit

Public Health Warns Of Carbon Monoxide Dangers In Cold Weather Months

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C O L U M N S


Notes of Interest

ARCHIVES POSTED JANUARY 12, 2006

 

highcountry WEEKLY


IHAD Week Features Children’s Events

High Country children have several ways to learn about Martin Luther King and his dream of racial and cultural diversity and harmony this month during I Have A Dream Week.

Brazile Brings Bounty Of Political Experience To High Country

Health Department Leading No Smoking Charge
Three-County System Goes Completely Smoke Free

 

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Service Event Challenges ASU Students To Make A Difference

Hundreds of college students will display Martin Luther King’s spirit of service this month.

Former Crisis Pregnancy Center Has New Name, New Vision
For Community

Special Olympics Athletes Shine

Time For A Party
Sugar Mountain Hosts 15th Annual Septuagenarian Party

Volunteers Plan I Have A Dream Week
Volunteers with Appalachian State University’s “I Have a Dream Week” discuss this year’s activities.


Looking Glass Gallery Presents “Laborers”
An exhibit of oil paintings by Daniel Filippone, an artist/illustrator in the university’s Instructional Technology Center and an instructor in the Department of Art.


American Reading Forum Honors Gary Moorman
Gary Moorman, a professor in Appalachian State University’s Reich College of Education, has received the American Reading Forum’s Brenda S. Townsend Service Award.


Why Spay Or Neuter Pets?


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Community Kitchen Project Continues Progress
Plans Are To Be Open By End Of Summer

1450th Family Support Group Elects New Coordinator
The 1450th Family Support Group met to say farewell to their Coordinator Lisa Stamper and Treasurer James Sturgill and elect new officers for the position.

New Online Resources Offered For Appalachian Regional Library Users
Appalachian Regional Library users now have access to seven new online resources offered through NCLIVE

Soil And Water Conservation Is Top Item For Board
The New River Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) is charged with the responsibility of promoting soil and water conservation and establishing conservation programs in the District.

Blood Donations Needed
The current blood inventory is in need of all blood types

ACMS Chorus Is Staying Busy
Ashe County Middle School chorus recently presented “A Holiday to Remember” at the school gym in Warrensville as well as visiting and singing with residents at Segraves Care Center in Jefferson.


BREW Bikes Offers One Of A Kind Frame Building Class
BREW Bikes of West Jefferson is offering a frame building class this week that is basically one of its kind nationwide as it is a class offered by a manufacturer, according to Owner Steve Garn of BREW Bikes.

Skate Zone Features Youth Speaker And Special Entry Rate
Neil Hatfield To Speak To Youth

 


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