Appalachian Music To Greater Heights
Sixteen years ago, John met Wataugas well-known musician,
Mary Greene, who sparked his interest in both museums and
Love Of Barns
ASU Grad Student Documents The Role Of Barns In Watauga
"These barns are important artifacts that help tell
the story of the county."
Speaker Addresses Hate
Motivational speaker Brent Scarpo presents Why Do
You Hate Me? Jan. 31 at Appalachian State University.
Arts Council & MTN Team Up for Special Gift
to Offer Masters Degrees in Criminal Justice and Criminology,
Appalachian State University will soon offer two new masters
degree programs: a master of science in criminal justice
and criminology and a master of social work.
Provides Nurturing Atmosphere For Children
This is part of a series about High Country United Way Agencies
and how they help the community.
The Midst Of Hurricane Katrina
Have you ever considered what would be happening if you
were caught in the middle of a hurricane?
Capote Literary Trust Awards $25,000 to Appalachians
Creative Writing Program
Looking At You
Fellowship Honors Program Graduate
A fellowship for graduate students majoring in clinical
psychology at Appalachian State University has been established
in honor of a graduate of the program.
Celebrates National Mentor Month
Organization Plans WYNter Olympics Jan. 28
Win Soup Contest
Four local ladies entered, and won prizes, in the Soup Contest
at the 1st Annual Daufuskie Island, South Carolina Autumn
the March for Babies
Cloggers Score Big At Nationals
Earth Fares First Beer Dinner A Success
Local Mentors Discuss Their Experiences
January Is National Mentoring Month
Auction To Be Held In Honor Of Local Woman
Opportunities Are Available For High School Students
There are many excellent, diverse opportunities available
for HS of all ages and interests.
Quality Assurance Training Set For Ashe & Watauga
Across the nation, beef producers face the challenge of
making a living from the land, while producing safe, wholesome
Ridge Electric Announces Scholarship And Youth Leadership
Therapist Donates Funds To A.S.H.E.
County Middle School Receives Gift from Food Lion
Ashe County Middle School has received $6,000 from the Food
Lion Charitable Foundation.
Man Shares Stories
Vel Pierce recently told The Mountain Times his familys
story and how they all found success thanks to their oldest
sister and his hero, Ruth Pierce Bata.
American Dance Ensemble Brings Fun For All
Celebrates 20th Birthday
Childrens Trust Valentine Dance To Be Held At Jefferson
Call For Tickets Now
Of The Library Offers Continuing Book Sales
Master Gardener Volunteer Class Begins
Ashe County Cooperative Extension will offer a Master Gardener
class beginning Thursday, Feb. 2.
Club Accepting Bids On Donated Van
Masons Announce New Officers
Center Of NC Cooperative Extension To Offer Pesticide Courses