Is Dental Hygiene Month
Childrens Dental Hygiene Month,
and area dentists have a mouthful to say about it.
Possibility iPods May Lead To Ear Damage Being Studied
Harmful Bacteria Is
A Keystroke Away
With the flu season possibly poised to begin in
earnest, some of the biggest disease threats may be right
at your fingertips.
Tips From The Mayo Clinic To Help Women Prevent Heart Disease
More women than men die of cardiovascular disease in the
United States each year.
State Releases Water Quality Assessment
The N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources
(DENR) released a draft of its biannual water quality
assessment this week.
Development Has Local Opposition
Watauga Countys largest land development is early
in its ground-breaking process, but has drawn strong attention
of some local opponents who hope to block the development.
Focus On Water Quality
Opponents of a large resort development in Watauga County
are focusing on water quality issues.
ASU Addresses Cultural
The Appalachian Cultural Museum has been receiving a lions
share of attention since Appalachian State University
announced it would be displaced.
Still Searching For Home
The Appalachian Cultural Museum is still without a future
home, and the building search committee yielded few results
from its last meeting Friday.
New WHS Building
Favors Restoration Of Existing School
Rocks Water System Earns Recognition
Blowing Rock may be looking for a new water source, but
its doing pretty well with the system it already
County Ranks 21st
In Tax Burden Report
Watauga County slid down the ranks of counties in the
average tax burden per resident in 2004.
Holds Benefit Shag Event
The Western Youth Network (WYN) will presenting the Heart
of WYN-ter Shag Benefit Saturday, Feb. 11 at the High Country
Home Builder Banquet Hall in Boone.
Storyteller, Author Visit Watauga County Public Library
Storytelling will take center stage at the Watauga County
Public Library this month.
Gras Comes To The High Country
Feb. 25 Dinner to Raise Funds for Relief Efforts in High
Country and New Orleans
Trunk Show Has Sewers In Stitches
A group of sew-and-sews donned their favorite night-wear
and picked at threads of conversation Friday night over
a common hobby.
A Lifetime Of Giving, Part I
Helen Trexler The Teacher, Principal And Volunteer
So Long, Soldiers
Out For Iraq
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