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Harmful Bacteria Is A Keystroke Away

Medicare Prescription Drug Plans: Helping A Family Member With Their Decision

Medicare Part D Prescription Benefit Plan Continuing To Cause Problems

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Sad Good-byes And Rivers Of Tears

Families Of Soldiers Heartbroken But Supportive

Oscar Nominations Announced
On Tuesday morning, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced its list of award nominees for films released during 2005.

Focusing On Family Bonds
Cherokee Cove Works To Save Marriages Through Counseling, Healthy Environment And Jesus Christ

Watauga Medical Center Honors Long-Time Volunteer
For the last twenty-seven years, Mrs. Trexler has shared at least two four-hour days of every week with Watauga Medical Center.

Freakonomics Selected for ASU’s Summer Reading Program
The best-seller Freakonomics, a look at “the hidden side of everything” from an economist’s point of view, is the summer reading selection for entering freshmen at Appalachian State University.

Errol Shook Recognized For 25 Years At JC Penney

Lees-McRae Press Publishes Alumna’s Book
Reception, Book-Signing This Friday

2006 Appalachian Mountain Photography Contest Announced
Deadline for Entries on February 27

Mr. WHS Gets Crowned This Saturday

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ASU Relay For Life Raises Funds With Wine Dinner
High Country residents can tantalize their taste buds and palates while helping the battle against cancer this week.

W.A.M.Y. Boutique Shop Offers Unique Opportunity For Bargains
One of the High Country’s best places to find a bargain is just around the corner.

Watauga High School Quiz Bowl Team Wins Local Competition
This year’s Watauga High School Quiz Bowl team recently took up where last year’s squad left off.

No Golf Today

ASU Toasts Golden LEAF For Wine Lab Grant
Appalachian State University’s newly-funded mobile wine lab will come to the rescue of grape growers and winemakers throughout the state.


Democrats Announce 2006 Precinct Meeting Locations


A Club Of Their Own

Watauga County Public Library Offers Activities For Ages 8-12


Teapots Make Way To Alleghany
Teapots by the hundreds are arriving in Sparta in anticipation of the opening of the Sparta Teapot Museum in 2008.


High Country Business Network Meets In Caldwell
In its first meeting held in Caldwell County, the High County Business Network will hold its fourth business networking event.

19th Annual Chambers Of Commerce Awards Banquet

Craft Workshops Offered at ASU

Catchin’ Air

WRC Offers Program On Legal And Financial Aspects Of Separation And Divorce

Chetola Resort Announces New Positions
Blowing Rock Resort Readies for Tourist Season


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Good Works Program Donates To Chamber Of Commerce

Mother To Speak About Son’s Near-Death Experience
On Monday, February 13, Laneice Davis will be speaking at Bald Mountain Baptist Church about her son, Kaleb’s, experience in 2003

West Jefferson United Methodist Church Qualifies As Safe Sanctuary
In June of 2005, the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church adopted a resolution to reduce the risk of abuse of children and youth in churches.

Wilkes County To Hold Lincoln Day Dinner
Meeting To Feature Commissioner Of Ag

ACYC Receives Donation From Remax Realty Group

FRS Scholarship Applications Available Through SkyLine

Golden LEAF Scholarships Available
The North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority has announced a scholarship opportunity for students who enroll at public universities in fall 2006.

SBA Loan Seminar To Showcase Loans Up To $50,000

Teapots Make Way To Alleghany
Teapots by the hundreds are arriving in Sparta in anticipation of the opening of the Sparta Teapot Museum in 2008.

2006 National FFA Week February 18-25

Incoming Tax Filing Assistance Provided For Senior Citizens, Low Income Residents

April’s School Of Dance Celebrates One Year Anniversary

Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition Seeks Entries

Appalachian Regional Library Citizen Survey Results Announced

 


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