Furman Remembered For Mission Work
Lowell Furman, a local physician who died Dec. 8 at age
74, is remembered as a man who took his skills into the
mission fields of life.
Greene A Christmas Angel To Many
It isnt easy for Angie Greene to walk through her
home this time of year gifts, boxes and bags are
scattered about just like it was Santas workshop.
Brazil To Blowing Rock
Cross Trade: Investing In The Lives Of Others
Isbell: A Southern Lady And Her Reflections
Memories and Musings, Vignettes and Verse
Company Takes Experiential Learning to New Heights
Hidden among the trees along Hwy 194 in Todd, is an innovative
small business with big designs on expanding the ways in
which we learn, grow, interact and evolve as people.
Folks Recall Holiday Murder
New Documentary Sheds Light on Lawson Family Tragedy
The Good Old Days To Life Once Again
Frances Henson VanLandingham Brings Latest Book To Boone
Holds Mills House Ground Breaking
On December 6, 2006 the Wednesday work crew officially broke
ground on the foundation of the Mills Family Home.
Helps Library Increase Services
Of all the charitable organizations in Watauga County, the
Watauga Library Endowment Council is one of the less-vocal
groups, but a worthy one nevertheless, county librarian
John Blake said.
Graduates Urged To Accomplish Great Things
Almost 1,000 students received degrees from Appalachian
State University Dec. 10 during winter commencement held
in the Holmes Convocation Center.
Comes To The High Country
On November 28th, 2006, the American Association of University
Women celebrated its 125th year of promoting equity for
all women and girls, fostering lifelong education nad seeking
positive societal change.
Heads For National Competition
A local agriculture agent has won a state award and is headed
for national competition next month.
Project Makes Learning A Family Affair
Appalachian States Reich College of Education, Gear
Up, Lees-McRae College and area school administrators have
partnered to make learning a family affair.
Womens Basketball Team Hosts Half Time Auction
Proceeds Benefit Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence
Society Prepares For Spay/Neuter Clinics
The Watauga County Humane Society is gearing up for another
round of spay and neuter grants in January.
Gift Recognizes Legacy Of Service
Members of the Pi Nu Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
at Appalachian State University wanted to do something memorable
to recognize the national organizations 100th anniversary.
Launches Business Rewards For Small Business Customers
Business Rewards Program Helps Customers Earn Products And
Carolina Cattlemen's Beef Council Shares A Holiday Surprise
Sweet Relief: Try a Savory Beef Sundae
Rondinaro Earns Emmy Nomination
Mountain Televisions Steve Rondinaro has garnered
the 14th Emmy Award nomination of his television career
but this one is truly special.
Did You Know?
Not A Factor - Equine Therapy Program Efforts Continue
During the warmer months, it is a common sight to see the
riders and volunteers of Blazing Saddles, a local equine
therapeutic program, hard at work at the Blowing Rock Equestrian
Ski Mtn. Premiers Interactive Web Cam
This weekend, Appalachian Ski Mtn. unveiled a revolutionary,
live-streaming, interactive webcame and became the first
ski resort in the Southeast region to introduce this technology.
15 Gold Cards Left
The NCSAA increased the number of available gold cards from
100 to 125 for the 2006-07 season.
At Appalachian Supports Students Entrepreneurial Interests
A third of business majors and one out of six non-business
majors at Appalachian State University have seriously considered
starting their own business at some point in their career
Five Local Quilt Lovers Create Jeweled Tree
Five ladies with a love for quilting have created a Jewel
of a themed Christmas tree
Free Medical Clinic Celebrates The Season With Thanks
Reception Honors Volunteers And Memory Of Local Woman
The Stockings For Children At Rainbow Center
Rainbow Center Children & Family Services has approximately
33 children and youth spending the holiday season in the
center's cottages (group homes).
For Local Family In Need This Saturday
Visits Ashe County
Senator Steve Goss from Ashe County brought Senator and
President Pro Tempore Marc Basnight to the county last week
Creek Ruritans Celebrate Christmas With
Pot Luck Supper
On Monday, Dec. 4, the annual Peak Creek Ruritan Club Christmas
Party was held at the Peak Creek Community Center.
& Gretel Holiday House To Help Local Children
Learn To Read
Fundraiser Provides Funds For Local Dolly Parton Imagination
Council Sponsors Artist Residencies In Schools
Books In Imagination Library Will Fill Ashe County Stockings