A Story Of Support
Banner Elk Fire Department Offers Thanks To Turchin, Community
High Country United Way Seeks To
Raise $500,000 With 2006-2007 Campaign
The Boone Steep Slope and Multi-Family Development Task
Force has moved uphill in its charge to compose regulations
for steep slope development and will present its recommendations
to the Boone Town Council Thursday.
Receiving Bids On WHS
The Watauga County commissioners and school board met
in closed session Monday evening to discuss high school-related
issues, taking no formal action.
Shows Support For Wind Ordinance
Watauga County moved within a breath of being the first
county in the state to have a wind ordinance Tuesday night.
Board, County Plan Public Joint Meeting
The Watauga County Board of Commissioners announced a
joint meeting to let the public in on plans for the future
of Watauga High School.
To Violate Probation
The older sister of Alisha Ann Chambers said her sister
fled a drug treatment program out of frustration over
what she saw as broken promises and her lovers lighter
Reach Council Summit
A local mountain-preservation group topped a new peak
with the town of Boone last week.
Faces Lobby Reform Measures
The N.C. State Senate will be addressing lobby reform
measures this week that could place more stringent limits
on how campaign money is raised.
Landmark Goes Up In Flames
Meeting Addresses Possible Museum Move
Cultural Museum, Horn In The West And Town Discuss Options
Wilson Favor New State Budget
Watauga Countys two state legislators both voted
for the new state budget, saying it was one of the best
overall budgets and smoothest voting process in many years.
Mountain Lights Spark Imagination, Curiosity
ASU Professor Continues To Search For Explanation