Forest Service Releases Revised Globe Plan
Blowing Rock Citizens Skeptical
Of Holiday Announcement
Time To Hit The Slopes
Area Ski Resorts Ready To
Roll Out The Welcome Mat
Mountain Times Increases Circulation
The Mountain Times will expand its circulation for the
Watauga Edition of the High Countrys Newspaper
to 20,500 copies a 32-percent increase.
Family Caregivers An Essential Investment
It is estimated that 1.7 million adult North Carolinians,
more than 28% of NCs adult population, are caring
for an older person, a proportionate increase from 17%
Election Recounts Planned
Though the count of provisional votes widened the gap
between two close races, two Watauga County candidates
are eligible for recounts.
Town Adopts Zoning
The Boone Town Council adopted a series of zoning amendments
at last Thursdays regular meeting.
In Trees For Troops
Linda Gragg, Executive Director of the North Carolina
Christmas Tree Association headquartered in Boone, shares
the excitement of her growers over their participation
in Trees for Troops 2006.
State Sales Tax
Drops Dec. 1
Get ready to have a few extra pennies in your pocket beginning
Better For Cultural Museum
A chance meeting may herald a brighter future for
the Appalachian Cultural Museum.
Road Closings In Perkinsville Area
Closures Could Help During Construction Of WHS
ASU Home Games: Playoffs Equal Payoffs
Local Businesses Benefit $95 Per Visiting Fan
Steep Slope Questions
What does the adoption of the steep slope regulations
mean for the average property owner in the town of
Boone and its extra-territorial jurisdiction?
Incubators Grow Small Businesses
A discussion on business incubation was served at the
most recent Boone Area Chamber of Commerce Economic Development
Water Supply Obtained
For New WHS
Watauga County found a needed water supply from the town
of Boone for the new Watauga High School to be built in
the Perkinsville area.