Alliance Holds 2006-2007 Kickoff Event
Watauga High School students seeking to reach their personal
peaks can take a big step in that direction this month.
Visiting Writers Series Begins Sept. 7
Freakonomics co-author Stephen Dubner and N.C.
Poet Laureate Kathryn Stripling Byer headline this falls
Hughlene Bostian Frank Visiting Writers Series at Appalachian
Part Of Summer Vacation In The Wild
Feeding squiggly mealworms and soggy cat food to ravenous
baby birds, sorting frozen dead mice into baggies for raptor
snacks and scrubbing out cages . . not the idea most young
people have in mind for their summer vacation.
Country Media Launches Web Videos
Way Do I Go?
And Health Coalition Offers Help In A
Variety Of Ways
Each day in the office we encounter many people seeking
assistance for a variety of needs. In the course of collecting
the required information you begin to hear the story
the story behind the person, behind the face, behind the
life that brought the individual into this office on this
RIVERFEST Provides Learning Experiences For All Ages
Ball Guests Groove To Sounds Of Laditude
Its difficult to determine who is having more fun
during the Fur Ball the guests or the band.
Gap Ruritan Thanks Community For Fund-Raising Support
It is no small feat that the Deep Gap Ruritan accomplishes
in a years time, but the clubs work is often
done quietly and behind-the-scenes.
Tools Drive Collects Supplies For Students In Need
School supplies such as notebooks, notebook paper, pencils,
backpacks, small pencil sharpeners and erasers are being
collected in local Food Lion Stores and the Golden Corral
restaurant to help children in need get the materials they
need for school.
For Special Needs Adults To Be Dedicated
A Milestone For Baptist Childrens Homes
Board Honors CCC&TI, Meets New Child Nutrition Director
Watauga County Board of Education members honored a local
community college and met the school systems new child
Members Talk Access, Sustainability With WHS Architects
Watauga County Board of Education members discussed access
and sustainability of the proposed new Watauga High School
during their July 31 work session.
West Wireless Celebrates 15 Years of Business
Carolina West Wireless is celebrating 15 years of business
by hosting an evening of great entertainment.
Country Classics Car Club Thanks Community And Sponsors
Recent Car Show Successful, Despite The Weather
Others With A Haircut
A local eight-year-old recently received her first haircut
and donated her hair to Locks of Love in hopes of putting
a smile on a terminally ill childs face, according
to Sarah Calderas mother.
Rally Under The Tent This Weekend
Former Pro LA Raiders Player Comes To Ashe County
Program Receives Donation
& Donation Assists Summit With Van Purchases
Tasting Benefits Humane Society
Thanks to Gayle Winston and her staff, our annual wine tasting
event at the River House was a fabulous day for all who
Will Feature Christianity & U.S. Constitution
A ten week course, beginning Monday, Sept. 11th at 6 p.m.,
will offer a Biblical study on Chrstianity and the U.S.
Constitution, presented by The Institute On The Constitution.
Baptist Church Returns From Mexico Mission
A mission team from Trinity Baptist Church of Deep Gap recently
returned from a mission trip to a very poor area in Acuna,
County Military Appreciation Day Scheduled Aug. 31st
All Veterans Encouraged To Attend
Hold Meet And Greet For Judges
The Conservative Judges came to town on Aug. 11 to meet
faithful and potential supporters for their upcoming elections
on Nov. 7, 2006, according to a press release from the Republican
Books Welcomes Noyes Capehart
Well-known Boone artist Noyes Capehart will be at Skyland
Books Saturday from 10:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. to meet
area residents and sign his new book, The Private
Diary of Noyes Capehart.
At Ola Belle Reed Festival
County Quilters Announce Quilt Show & Display
The Wilkes County Quilters have been making fundraising
quilts for years.