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POSTED MAY 25, 2006
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ACHS Class of 2006 Graduation Set For Friday

The 2006 Ashe County High School graduation event is planned to begin Friday at 8 p.m.


County Officials Lobby For Medicaid Relief In Raleigh
Several North Carolina county officials convened on the Legislative Building in Raleigh on Wednesday, May 17, to lobby for relief from the county share of Medicaid.


Postal Carriers Collect Over 3,250 Pounds Of Food
Local letter carriers picked up more than 3,250 pounds of food recently during the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive


Jefferson Citizens To Vote On Beer And Wine Referendum
Jefferson citizens will soon be letting their voices be heard as to whether or not businesses and restaurants in the town of Jefferson will be able to sell beer and wine.


ACHS Seniors Accept Over $1 Million In Scholarships
Ashe County High School’s scholarship recipients have all worked extremely hard completing numerous applications, recommendations and interviews



Lincoln Day Dinner Sees Large Crowd And State Senator
An overflow crowd of the GOP faithful of Ashe County assembled for the annual Lincoln Day Dinner


Investigations Result In Drug Related Charges



Museum Acquires Ashe County Manuscript

The Museum of Ashe County History has acquired Miss Todd’s manuscript as a gift from Mike Herman.



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Woodcarver Returns To
Todd General Store
Woodcarver Ray Behrens will be appearing at The Todd General Store during Memorial Day weekend to display wood carving and wood turning.
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Local Author Discusses New Book And More

The third edition of African States and Rulers has been published and has just become available.




Man Of La Mancha To Open At Civic Center




Jeff Little To Perform At Ashe Civic Center

The Ashe County Arts Council is pleased to sponsor Jeff Little and Friends at the Ashe Civic Center on Saturday, June 3rd at 7:30 p.m.


Rainbow Of Hope Team Holds Gospel Singing
All Proceeds To Benefit Relay For Life


Classical Guitarist To Play At River House May 28




Bluecountry To Perform
Everyone who got to enjoy the High Country Roundup will have a chance to see the show once again!



Bagpipes To Racing Pipes




Shadow Of The Hills Exhibit Opens At Ashe Arts Center
Reception Held For Blue Ridge Art Clan

ChickenFest
Free Americana Music Festival Set For May 26-27

Annual New River Canoe Race Scheduled
One of the most popular summertime events in Ashe County is the Annual New River Canoe Race sponsored by Ashe County 4-H for Saturday, June 3rd.

Bachelor Auction Benefits Relay For Life
A fun and exciting bachelor auction, “Bachelor for a Cure” will be held to benefit Relay For Life

Advanced Discount Tickets
For Ola Belle Reed Festival Available During May
Advanced tickets for the Ola Belle Reed Homecoming Festival scheduled the weekend of August 18th - 20th.

Music at Milepost 213
Blue Ridge Music Center Offers Summer Concert Series

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



Spring Fest Provides Fun And Arts Activities




Industrial League Softball




AppalCART Bus Service


Footsloggers Outfitters


High Country Honda

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