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Lens Solution Linked To Eye Infections
Local optometrists are joining federal health officials in warning contact lens wearers of a possible problem with some lens soaking solutions.

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highcountry WEEKLY

Welcome to Mountaineer Country
New Town Signs Brag On ASU’s Football Championship

Cultural Museum Travel Program Heads to Charlotte

Forum Explores Public History’s Portrayal of Minority Populations
A forum on public history’s portrayal of minorities will be held April 23 from 12:30-7:30 p.m. at Appalachian State University.

African American Literature And Folklore Scholar Speaks At ASU

Dr. Trudier Harris will give a talk titled “Questing After Authentic Identity: African American Writers Tunneling Through the Mountain of the South” on Monday, April 24.

TV Program Features Mariam Cannon Hayes, Cannon Music Camp
Mariam Cannon Hayes, longtime chairman of The Cannon Foundation, is a featured guest on this episode of “Appalachian Perspective” cable television program.

Co-discoverer Of Transitional Fossil Lectures At ASU

There’s No Time Like The First Time
Tater Hill Paragliding Open Will Be First East Coast Meet

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Playhouse Holds Baby And Parenting Fair
High Country families can learn about babies and parenting, win prizes, enjoy pancakes, find a bargain and have fun all at the same place this weekend.


WHS Clubs Help J.T.

The Time Is Here To Dine Out For The Mountains
Earth Day Event To Benefit Appalachian Voices

Midnight At The OASIS
Annual Event Raises Funds To Battle Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault

Life Care Center Earns Awards

Growing A Sustainable Community
The scene might resemble a milieu from yesteryear, but Matt Cooper hopes it will usher in a modern awareness of sustainability.

High Country Chefs Show Off Specialties At Salute
One of the High Country’s most delicious nights of the year is less than two weeks away.


Easter Celebration

Shooting in the Woods
Cradle of Forestry Holds 13th Annual Photography Contest


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Practice Burn

Everyone And Their Pets Invited To Pets In The Park
The Second Annual Pets in the Park, a fun-filled event being planned to get youth involved in their own community will be held April 22nd

$10,000 Goal Set For Charity Fundraiser At Home Show

Cub Scout Pack Gives Hand Made Donation Banks To A.S.H.E.

Easter Egg Hunt Is A Success

Happy Tails Pet Supplies Celebrates One-Year Anniversary
Happy Tails Pet Supplies celebrated their one-year anniversary where visiting pets were treated to special treats and more.

Library Offers New Additions At Book Sale
Shelves Restocked Every Few Days

Ashe County Home, Garden & Quilt Show Expanding
North Carolina’s largest one day Home Show, which will be Saturday April 22nd at Ashe County High School in West Jefferson is gearing up for an expanded version this year.

Job-Seekers Workshops Offered
Space is still available for two free workshops for job-seekers.

Peak Creek Ruritan Club Wins National Award

Alleghany County Library Presents 2nd Hometown & Heritage Series Program

 


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