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ARCHIVES POSTED JANUARY 19, 2006  

NEWS


Appalachian Called “Best Value” by Kiplinger’s Magazine



Research To Help Gauge Value Of Farmland And Open Space

A family farm holds unlimited sentimental value to those who have lived and worked there for generations.

Inmates Lose Tobacco Privileges
New State Law Bans Smoking in NC Prisons

Task Force Discusses Steep Slope Issues
How does one define “steep slope?”

School Board Approves Lease Renewal With Stage Company
Watauga County Schools (WCS) and the Blowing Rock Stage Company will continue their longtime partnership this year, but with a few changes.


Rep. Foxx Reflects On First Year In Congress

Fifth District U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC) recently looked back on her first year in Congress as a time of partisan issues and progress.


Cultural Museum Fate Remains Unsettled
The fate of the Appalachian Cultural Museum is not yet sealed after members of the building search committee and community members discussed the situation.

Watauga County: A Great Place To “Live”
Community Health Assessment Shows Positive Results

Construction Industry Looks For More Skilled Labors
Part of Watauga County’s economic future may depend on its being able to supply skilled labors for the building industry.

Still No Decision On Tweetsie’s Future
There’s been no progress in Tweetsie Railroad’s decision on whether to remain at its current location.

COMMUNITY




National Nurse Anesthetist Week





Local Churches Continue to Help Gulf Area In Time Of Transition




Cone Park Offers Recreation Opportunities

The Moses H. Cone Park offers great outdoor recreation, even in the winter.



Features



Tats by Tabitha
Local Female Tattoo Artist Part of Growing Trend
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Decades Of Dedication
Parent To Parent Director Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
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A Hope And A Dream
One Young Lady’s Dream To Help Caylee’s Hope
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Working 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.
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