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ARCHIVES POSTED MAY 4, 2006
NEWS


Commissioners Present County Budget

The 2006-07 proposed budget for Ashe County was presented by County Manager Dan McMillan at the Ashe County Commissioners meeting Monday and the property tax rate is proposed to decrease to 39.5 cents compared to the current property tax rate of 61 cents.


MerleFest Participation Jumps 5%

Big Names, Good Weather Contribute to Record-Breaking Attendance


Primary Election Results for Ashe County Offices



West Jefferson Lowes Construction Continues




Helton Creek Area Receives Makeover


School Rebate Program Pays Off For Ashe County Schools
Carolina West Wireless recently awarded Ashe County Schools with over $4200.


West Jefferson Teacher Named One of Nation’s Top Educators
ACHS Teacher Earns Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science



ACLT Finds A Home





Kulynych Family Life Center Opens to Serve Children & Families
Rainbow Center - Children & Family Services opened the newly constructed Kulynych Family Life Center with a Ribbon Cutting, ceremony, and open house on April 20.



National Day Of Prayer Scheduled May 4th At Ashe County Courthouse



COMMUNITY



Ribbon Cutting Held At Grandma’s House




Local Photography Studio Announces Baby Portrait Contest
Art & Soul Now Scheduling Senior Environmental Portrait Sessions

Community Support Needed For Mission Trip
A local woman and her sister are asking the community for support as they make a return trip to South Dakota to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in June.

ACHS High School Student Is Selected
For 2006 Governor’s School

Eight hundred North Carolina rising high school juniors and seniors have been selected and will be attending the 2006 Governor’s School, a six-week summer program for academically or intellectually gifted students.


Features




Westwood Elementary Kindergarten Teacher Chosen As Teacher Of The Year
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Local Woman Shares Story Of Surviving Three Forms Of Cancer
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Ashe County Arts Council sponsors Very Special Arts Festival

A Very Special Arts Festival is Friday, May 5 at Mountain View Elementary.


Pickin’ And Jammin’ At Riverview
Under the shadow of Three Top Mountain, on the banks of the New River, lies Riverview Community Center.


Piedmont Chamber Singers To Perform At The Ashe Arts Center
The Piedmont Chamber Singers will perform on Sunday afternoon at 3:00 pm at the Ashe Arts Center.


Barbershop Harmony Works To Unite The Country In Song



Arts Council Sponsored Spring Fest Returns This Saturday
Spring is here and an Ashe County tradition has returned!

Skate Zone Holds Special Event
Neil Hatfield To Speak To Youth

“Miss Kitty’s Diner” To Benefit AYC And Project Graduation
The award winning Fleet Feet cloggers are planning a benefit clogging show “Miss Kitty’s Diner or Return of the Honeycutt Hollar Boys” at the Ashe Civic Center.

Tickets On Sale Now
For Wilkes Playmakers Sixth Season Of Tom Dooley

Tickets are now on sale for Wilkes Playmakers’ sixth season of “Tom Dooley: A Wilkes County Legend”.

Appalachian Summer 2006 Roster Announced
Sam Bush, Doc Watson, Arlo Guthrie, Buckwheat Zydeco Scheduled


Young At Art Exhibit
Features Talented Local Youth
The 13th annual “Young at Art” exhibit returns
to the Gallery of the Ashe Arts Center
from March 29 - May 06.






Annual Fur, Fish ’n Game Rendezvous Coming Up Soon

The Annual Fur, Fish ’n Game Rendezvous will be held this summer and registration is open now for this popular event.

4-H Bicycle Poker Run Benefits Ashe County’s 4-H Ropes Course
The fourth annual 4-H Bicycle Poker Run will be held on Saturday, May 20th.




Dougnet Computer Consulting


High Country Honda


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