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highcountry WEEKLY

“Tornado” Hits Boone
Robby Norris has taken music lovers by storm since his debut on the local stage at age nine. Three years later, his new CD “Tornado” has taken the young musician and his fans to a brand new level

Poet, Writer Simon Ortiz Visits ASU April 13
Ortiz is a professor in the Department of English at the University of Toronto. He is an Acoma Pueblo Native American and part of the Eagle Clan.

Award-Winning Author Robert Morgan Holds Book Reading
Appalachian author and poet Robert Morgan will give a reading from “Brave Enemies,” his recent novel about the American Revolution, and will speak about his new work on Daniel Boone

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Area Man Gives Back To Those Who Gave
Jim Smith To Use General Lee To Raise Funds

Art Exhibit Celebrates Week Of The Young Child
Hundreds of Watauga County preschoolers are showing off their creative talents at the Boone Mall this month.

Empty Bowls Fills Hearts, Raises Cash
Watauga High Students Donate $6,100 to Hunger Coalition

“Celebrities” Serve Up $17,770.55 For Hospice

Every Dog Can Have His Day

Biodiesel Project Hosts Open House April 8

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Local Cancer Survivor Encourages Others To Get Involved With Relay For Life
A 24-year-old Lansing woman is encouraging others to become involved in Relay For Life by sharing her story of surviving Hodgkin’s Disease.

Author Talks About Growing Up In Ashe County
While working as a flight attendant and freelance writer, an author with Ashe County roots earned a master’s degree in journalism at New York University.

Weaving Residency Continues At Riverview Community Center
The Tapestry Weaving Project continues this week at the Riverview Community Center and follows the success of the weaving residency at the Fleetwood Community Center.

Ashe County Public Library Expansion Project Continues
The Ashe County Public Library is getting one step closer to the expansion project that will more than double the current size of the library.

Westwood Second Graders Raise Money For Animal Control
Students Sponsor Adoption Fees

Non-denominational Sunrise Service Coming Easter Sunday

Professional Women’s Seminar Addresses Co-Workers
The 6th Annual Professional Women’s Seminar will be addressing something that practically everyone in the workplace has in common – co-workers.

Golf Tournament Benefits Mentor Program

Democrats Celebrate Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Birthday
The Ashe County Democrats recently gathered in the Council on Aging Building in West Jefferson on March 25 to celebrate the legacy of Franklin D. Roosevelt

Scouts From Pack 214 Have A Great Time At Snow Box Derby

Boy Scouts Compete In Annual Pinewood Derby

Second Annual Miss Ashe County Pageants To Be Held Saturday

 


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