Book Collection Finds Home In Appalachians Carol Grotnes
More than 600 rare books on British history have a permanent
home in Carol Grotnes Belk Library.
Hope And A Dream
One Young Ladys Dream To Help Caylees Hope
Parent To Parent Director Receives Lifetime Achievement
Local Female Tattoo Artist Part of Growing Trend
For the last few millennia in human history, tattooing has
been a male-dominated art form.
For The Land
As growth pressures break up more farmland and turn it into
development, one mountain family is working together to
ensure its land remains green.
Ghosts Featured In New Book
A new book collects some local ghost stories among its statewide
spooky tales, some based on personal experience.
Churches Continue to Help Gulf Area In Time Of Transition
Its just now a time of transition
for countless people in the Gulf Coast area stricken by
Hurricane Katrina who are trying to put their lives back
Creek Baptist Church Lends A Hand In Mississippi
Gap Ruritan Reaches The Community And Beyond
For A Dip
Park Offers Recreation Opportunities
The Moses H. Cone Park offers great outdoor recreation,
even in the winter.
Reading, Gossip, Narnia And Paper Dragons
Library Plans January Events
Nurse Anesthetist Week
Another Community Garden Meeting
Network Celebrates Mentors, Holds Olympics
on Poplar Grove Road Pt. 1
on Poplar Grove Road Pt. 2
Feed Less Fortunate Local Families During Souper Bowl
The Souper Bowl of Caring will provide local churches, organizations
and individuals an opportunity to collect canned food for
Ashe Really Cares.
Bikes Frame Building Class Is Huge Success
BREW Bikes of West Jefferson offered a frame building class
last week and it exceeded all expectations, according to
Owner Steve Garn of BREW Bikes.
The Gift Of Life
The American Red Cross and the rest of the blood banking
industry will start the New Year by celebrating National
Volunteer Blood Donor Month.
Of Human Life Week Recognized By Ashe Pregnancy Care Center
of Hurricane Katrina Will Always Linger
The Mountain Times Freelance Writer Tells About Her Experience
Literacy Provides Free Services And More
Approximately 25 Families Served Each Year
Postal Employee Celebrates 25 Years of Service
Local postal employee Dan Suggs has been a part of the United
States Postal Service for 25 years now.
Arts Council Announces March 1 Grant Deadline
Of North Carolina Art Features Raney Rogers
Elect New Officers And Bring Home Awards
On Dec. 19th, the newly elected officers for the Ashe Shrine
Club were installed.
Cub Scout Receives National Certificate