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bullet Are You
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bullet Day Of Dance Promotes
Women’s Health




bullet National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Week


bullet Appalachian State University Hosts International Conference On The Arts And Healing



bullet Car Seat Inspections At Boone Ford
Lincoln Mercury



bullet Special Programs Help Smokers
Kick The Habit



bullet Growing Families Receive Support To Prepare For Arrival Of New Babies

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POSTED FEBRUARY 08, 2007
NEWS

ASU Selects Site
For New College
Of Education

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Renovations Lead To
Damaged Documents

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Mountaineers Visit Governor’s Mansion
Stand alone photo


Natural Fuels Pose Deadly Threat
With winter making a belated arrival to the High Country,
many people are turning up the heat. That heating
source may pose unseen dangers.



Word On The Street

Chamber Members Discuss Howard Street



Sheriff Issues Phone Solicitation Warning
Sheriff Len D. Hagaman, Jr., said his office has heard from a number of Watauga County residents inquiring about the legitimacy of phone solicitations asking for money to benefit local law enforcement officers.


County Receives Status Report On New WHS
The Watauga County Board of Commissioners received a status report on a new high school and also considered a proposal to reduce garbage during Monday’s regular meeting.


COMMUNITY



Starting Over

Local Women Head Back
To School For New Careers.


Be a Sweetheart...Help Fight Hunger

Valentine's Day is typically a day when people exchange cards, gifts, and other trinkets with someone they love.


Richard Sparks Leads
Avery And Watauga In WalkAmerica

Medical Center’s CEO Encourages Corporate Participation For March Of Dimes


Features

WHS Boasts Thriving Arts Program
When Shelton Wilder joined
the Watauga High School faculty
31 years ago he made up half
of the arts department.
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A New Beginning For
The Banner House

Former Home Of Town’s
Founder To Showcase
History And Heritage
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Feather Your Nest
The birds may have flown
south for the winter, but there
are still plenty of nests that
need feathering, and Dennis
Burgette is willing to help.
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Valentines Day Trivia
Did you know that in
1537 St. Valentine’s Day was
declared an official holiday by
England’s King Henry VIII?
>>FULL STORY



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High Country Honda

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