High Country Women Take Back The Night
The women of the High Country are being beckoned to Take
Back The Night.
Lends Helping Hand
The following is part one of a two-part series about the
Elk Motel and its owner, Floyd Dipper Garrison.
Family Business Featured In Magazines
Fleetwoods Ken Sevensky Transforms Salvaged Wood Into
One Wish Kid Goes The Extra Mile For Another
Something Stronger Than Cancer Connects JT and Cody
Hayes Center Announces Spring Film Series
Classic Movies Return to Blowing Rock
Library And Information Commons Hosts Encyclopedia Of North
Carolina Book Signing
North Carolina scholar William S. Powell will sign copies
of Encyclopedia of North Carolina April 2 from 4-6 p.m.
at Appalachian State University.
Knob, Protected Forever
Climb to the summit of Elk Knob State Natural Area, take
a deep breath and a look around.
Participate In Battle Of The Books
Monday sixth, seventh and eighth graders from across the
county for the annual Battle of the Books.
HOSA Students Honored During State Competition
It comes as no surprise that the Health Occupations Students
(HOSA) at Watauga High School walked away last week from
the Annual HOSA State Competition in Greensboro with a healthy
serving of awards and honors.
Club And Foster Children A Winning Combination
They once represented the John Barden Golden K Kiwanis Club,
but after its dissolution, five of its senior female members
continued meeting and began calling themselves The
Friendship Club of Boone.
At Crestwood Plans New Restaurant, Additions
As Sirius sets below the horizon, a new restaurant will
rise at the Crestwood Resort and Spa.
Senior Programs: Senior Companions Helping Each Other
Final of Three Part Series
Holds Annual Pancake Breakfast
Boone Kiwanis will be holding their 22nd Annual Pancake
Breakfast in the cafeteria of Watauga High School on Saturday
in conjunction with a silent auction supporting Mountain
Alliance to be in the gymnasium.
Lights, Camera, Action In The High Country
They are about 3,000 miles from Paramount Pictures studio,
but Todd and West Jefferson will serve as stage and setting
for a major motion picture this year.
Volunteer Training Begins Next Tuesday
High Country Health Care Hospice is offering its annual
Spring Volunteer Training beginning Tuesday, March 27th,
9 a.m. noon, at the Ashe County Hospice office in
Brick Walkway Dedication Service Planned
Deadline Approaching For Purchase Of Brick For Special Service
Welcome Steve Goss
Plans Customer Appreciation Sale
To Speak To Friends Of The Library
If you are a southerner and a history buff you will particularly
enjoy hearing Clint Johnson on Wednesday, March 28 as he
speaks to the Friends of the Library.
Yard Sale, Pancake Breakfast Benefits
The Peak Creek Ruritan Club is having an Indoor Yard Sale
and Pancake Breakfast from 6:30 11 a.m., Saturday,
Of 77 Plans Underway; Information Needed
Plans are underway for the Class of 77 Ashe Central
High School 30 Year Reunion.
Select Properties Of Ashe Open For Business