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

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C O L U M N S


THIS IS TRUE
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Watauga County

ARCHIVES POSTED JANUARY 12, 2006  

NEWS


Health Department Leading No Smoking Charge

Three-County System Goes Completely Smoke Free




National Political Figure Speaks
At ASU’s MLK Commemoration





Low Turnout For Comprehensive Plan Update
The Boone Town Council and Boone Area Planning Commission met Monday to discuss the 2005 Comprehensive Plan update with the public.


Funds Available To Assist In Spaying,
Neutering Pets



Grant Applications Available
Foundation Looking To Fund Cultural Endeavors


A rchitect Updates School Board
About New WHS Plans

Watauga County Board of Education members heard another update on the plans for a new Watauga High School at their Jan. 9 meeting.


Group Has Plans For Vacant Eckerd Building
A prescription has finally been filled for the vacant Eckerd Drug building on East King Street.

ASU To Disperse Cultural Museum Across Campus
The new location for the Appalachian State University Cultural Museum was right under the search committee’s own nose.

COMMUNITY


Service Event Challenges ASU Students To Make A Difference

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

Looking Glass Gallery Presents “Laborers”
The Looking Glass Gallery at Appalachian State University 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.

Volunteers Plan I Have A Dream Week
Volunteers with Appalachian State University’s “I Have a Dream Week” met with Chancellor Kenneth E. Peacock to discuss this year’s activities.


Features





Brazile Brings Bounty
Of Political Experience
To High Country

>>FULL STORY





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.
>>FULL STORY



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