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ARCHIVES POSTED APRIL 13, 2006  

NEWS
Meeting Provides Watauga High School Information, Tour
This is part of a series of articles about plans for Watauga High School.


Boone Battles Bugs By Building Bat Bungalows

Boone is going batty.


Emergency Grant Program Viewed Successful
A federal grant program that gave displaced workers jobs and also cleaned up debris from streams that threatened to cause future flooding wrapped up last Friday.


Democratic Candidates Speak At Forum

Local Democrats got a chance to hear their candidates for the Fifth District Congressional seat last Thursday night.


ARHS Prescribes Bright Future
Appalachian Regional Healthcare System is prescribing a bright future for the High Country.

County Maintains Low Unemployment Rate
Watauga County had the fourth lowest unemployment rate in the state for February, tying with three other counties.

Town Pursues Howard Street Plans
The Boone Town Council discussed the future of Howard Street at its annual retreat Friday, April 7.


Appalachian Holds Spring Commencement
May 6 and 7

More than 1,700 students are expected to receive degrees during commencement May 6 and 7 at Appalachian State University.


Cultural Museum At Horn In The West?

Town Discusses Possibility


School Board Approves 2006-2007 Proposed Budget
Watauga County Board of Education members had money on their minds during their April 10 meeting.

COMMUNITY

Fourth Annual Dine Out For The Mountains

21 Boone Area Restaurants Participate In Earth Day Event To Benefit Appalachian Voices


OASIS/HCDA 13th Annual Dart Tournament
April 28-30

Charity Event to Benefit Local Women’s Shelter


High Country Business Network Event
Anyone who is currently in business, interested in starting a business or wanting to expand or diversify their business is invited to the fourth High Country Business Network event.


Features

Pharmacist Farms
The High Country

Jim Henson has found a way to keep his 250-acre parcel of mountain land in Valle Crucis by using part of it for crops.
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A Ring in the Tub
Grape Stomping Proposal Takes Charlotte Woman By Surprise
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The Musings of Mrs. Mitchell
Eileen Mitchell is a woman wise in ways of the world, abundantly blessed with common sense, authenticity and intense strength; a mentor of many.
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Women In Mathematics
WHS Students Participate In ASU Workshop
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