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POSTED MARCH 08, 2007
NEWS

Daylight Savings Time Starts Early
Effects Computer Systems

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Landlocked
Developer Calls Town Action “Blatantly Unethical”


Jenny Miller Named To Board Of NC United Way
Excitement Escalates As Agency Nears Fundraising Goal


Wilcox Emporium Donates Space For
Cultural Museum
A presence in downtown Boone’s Wilcox Emporium could place the Appalachian Cultural Museum back in the
public eye.

Courthouse Construction Costs Continue To Rise
The cost of an expanded Watauga County Courthouse continues to rise as contractors discover more infrastructure needs during construction.


Foscoe VFD Plans New Substation To Serve Valle Crucis
The Foscoe Fire Department is planning to open a new substation this year to help fill a service void in the Valle Crucis community.


Sherrif’s Office Disputes Man’s Claim
A deputy with the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office called a Charlotte man’s claim that he waited two hours for deputies to respond to his report of a stolen snowboard earlier this month “totally false.”

Crimestoppers Offers Reward
Watauga County Crimestoppers is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest of a man suspected of robbing a gas station mini-mart last week at gunpoint.

No Answers To Disappearance Of Bee Colonies
The apiculture world is abuzz over the case of the disappearing bees.

Trout Sales Up
North Carolina’s 47 commercial trout growers sold 4.7 million pounds of trout in 2006, with a value of sales totaling $7.2 million, up 10% from the previous year.


COMMUNITY


Salvation Army Honors Volunteers
The Salvation Army gave a salute Tuesday to those who helped make its annual holiday fund-raising efforts a success.

Read Across America Celebrates Dr. Seuss
Schools across the High Country and the nation celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday with a reading initiative called Read Across America last Friday.

OASIS Takes Powerful Message To The Classroom
Hardin Park Eighth Graders Participate In Interactive Learning Sessions



SAT Test Prep Courses Offered
How does one grade success?


Features

Dr. Andy Norman: International Mission Work Brings Hope And Healing To Injured Women

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Let’s Go To The Movies
Group Of LMC Students Working To Make A Dream A Reality

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AppalCART Bus Service

Dougnet Computer Consulting

High Country Honda

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