Ready To Take Oath Of Office
10 months of campaigning, one day to complete the vote,
and two weeks to sort it all out, but newly certified
sheriff-elect Len Hagaman says hes already shrugged
off a post-election delay and said hell be ready
to take over the countys largest law-enforcement
agency on Monday, December 4.
Recount Confirms Local Results
A vote recount Wednesday confirmed local results
with little change, though some statewide races will have
to wait until Tuesday as the state elections board reviews
some voting issues, including a hand count of ballots
requested by one Congressional candidate.
Continues To Delay Road Projects
The state Transportation Improvement Plan will
likely change little for next year, with funding concerns
continuing to delay road projects.
County Selects Architect
For New High School
County Board of Commissioners agreed to buy enough land
to develop an 89-acre high school site and selected an
architect during Tuesdays regular meeting.
Advocates Express Concerns To County
Local animal advocates are worried the public
may believe certain dogs barks are worse than their
Approves Old Johns River Development
Blowing Rock Residents Concerned Over Impact
Mixed-Use Zoning Gets
Discussion on mixed-use zoning districts brought
mixed reviews from the Boone Town Council.
County Reviews Flood-Plain Restirctions
Develoment Causes Concern Along New River
Grove School Provides Service To Families
will soon have something to whinny, baa and moo about
its own 4-H Livestock Club, with an organizational
meeting scheduled for Tuesday.