As a journalist, writer, gardener, guitar picker, and amateur
astronaut, I get a lot of ideas.
Reilly Headed To World Cup
Community Support Needed As WHS Softball Player Takes Sport
To New Heights
Boutique Offers Unique Opportunities For WHS Students
With Mrs. North Carolina Globe living and working among
us, who better to offer help for the perfect prom
than the beauty queen herself?
Fine Art Business To Host Giclee Introduction
Claims Chili Challenge Trophy
Larry And Carolyn Marley Wins Amateur Division
Remembering Juanita Brown Tobin
The High Country lost its most beloved poet on January 22nd
Local Poet Leaves Literary Legacy
Poet Juanita Tobin Inspired Others To Fearlessness
Cornette Honored By Library Journal
Jackie Cornette, Western Watauga Branch Library supervisor
was selected by Library Journal as the Paraprofessional
of the Year, a very prestigious title.
Of Dance Planned For Feb. 24
Appalachian Regional Healthcare System announces the launch
of a new yearlong Red Shoe for Action Initiative
as part of the 2007 Day of Dance for Cardiovascular
Helps Students Learn Study Skills
AVID, or Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a
national program designed to teach high schoolers learning
and study skills that will benefit them throughout their
Event Benefits Childrens Trust
The Fifth Annual Childrens Trust Fund Dinner, Dance
and Auction fund raiser will be held at Jefferson Landing
on Saturday, Feb. 10.
Barn Quilts Of Northern Ashe County
This is the second in a series of articles touring Ashe
Countys newest community exhibit of traditional barn
Violence Activist Kit Gruelle To Speak Feb. 8 at Appalachian
Wheeler Named Community Foundation Manager At Blue Ridge
Patty Wheeler has been named Community Foundation Manager
at Blue Ridge Electric Membership Corporation.
Partnership For Children Offering Love and Logic
The Ashe Partnership For Children is offering Love
Opportunities Available For Spring, Summer And Beyond
There are many student opportunities available that students
can get involved with this spring and summer.
Carolinians Urged To Vaccinate Their Pets
Last year 520 rabid animals were found in North Carolina.
As a result, a countless number of unvaccinated cats and
dogs had to be euthanized and many people had to undergo
expensive preventive treatment for rabies.
Agent Wilson Plans Retirement
Show Held By High Country Youth Ministries
Baptist Church Mission Trip to War, West Virginia