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Peritoneal Dialysis Now Available In The High Country
Watauga Medical Center and Dr. Robert Qualheim are proud to offer peritoneal dialysis (PD) to patients in the high country.

Music For Medicine Benefits Hunger Coalition’s Free Pharmacy
High Country barbecue and bluegrass music fans have the perfect opportunity to help the Hunger Coalition fill lifesaving prescriptions for hundreds of area residents in need.

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Watauga County


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POSTED AUGUST 10, 2006
NEWS


Architects Discuss WHS Construction Schedule, Cost

>> The Second of
a three part story


Samaritan’s Purse Takes Supplies To Lebanon
Samaritan’s Purse, a Christian relief organization with offices in Boone, is providing supplies and food to people affected by conflict in Lebanon.


County Makes Land Agreement For WHS Site
Watauga County has announced the purchase of one small piece of the Watauga High School puzzle, agreeing to buy five acres on the edge of the proposed site in Boone.




Soccer Association Scores Donations

Fundraising Campaign Still Underway



August HCBN Meeting Features Ginn Laurelmor Presentation
The High County Business Network will hold its August business networking event from 5:15 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 17th, 2006.



Flood-Plain Mapping Underway

Results Could Affect Homeowners’ Insurance


DMV Approves County-Owned Tag Office
Watauga County has agreed to open its own tag office after having its application approved by the state Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).



NCNR Preserves More Land
At Tater Hill Bog Preserve

In June NCNR purchased a critical 20-acre in holding at the Tater Hill Bog Preserve in Watauga County, NC.


The Bus Stops Here
Plans Roll Forward For Long-Distance Service To Boone

County Passes State’s First Wind Ordinance
Watauga County now has the state’s first ordinance regulating wind energy systems, which could serve as a model for such ordinances in other counties.


Filing For Bankruptcy
Protection Still An Option

When U.S. Senate Bill 256 was passed, people thought it would be the end of personal bankruptcy.


Sheriff’s Attorneys Respond To Second Lawsuit
Attorneys representing Watauga County and its sheriff filed an answer Friday to the second of two federal civil rights lawsuits pending against the county and Sheriff Mark Shook.

Town Meeting Tonight
Council Has Full Agenda

COMMUNITY



Language Lessons

Trip Gives WHS Principal Ideas About Offering Course In Chinese


Spaces Filling Up Fast For JAKES Day
Registration Limited To First 100



Ducks Unlimited Fundraiser Tonight

Event Benefits Wetlands And Waterfowl

Four Receive Nursing Scholarships
The Watauga County Nursing Scholarship Committee recently awarded nursing scholarships to Andrea Bryan, Crystal Maine, Norma Snyder and Jean Watson.


Features




Coffee On The Go
Bald Guy Brew Is High Country’s
Mobile Coffee House
>>FULL STORY






Stacie Brewer Finalist In Scholarship Program
Stacie Brooke Brewer of the Beech Creek
Community has been recognized by the
Pre-Teen Scholarship and Recognition
program and selected as a finalist in the
Pre-Teen North Carolina program, to be
held Aug. 11-13 at the Sheraton Imperial
Convention Center in Durham.
>>FULL STORY





Field Of Dreams

Fox Heads To The Little League World Series
>>FULL STORY






Reflecting With Mrs. Roberts

Blanche Roberts is a name requiring little
introduction around these parts – anyone
who ever purchased or received a flower arrangement from City Florist many
years ago will attest to that fact.
>>FULL STORY





Coming To America

Ashok Patel Describes Lengthy
Process Of Citizenship
>>FULL STORY





Footsloggers Outfitters


Dougnet Computer Consulting


High Country Honda

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