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bullet Latino Outreach: Safety In Spanish
A group of local Hispanic women have been planning a family health and safety clinic that offers up tips, fun and community unity.


bullet Residents Address Proposed
Medical Clinic

Neighborhood
residents delivered
public comment
during the latter
half of last
Thursday’s five-hour
Boone Board of
Adjustment meeting.


bullet Board
Postpones Medical
Clinic Decision

Despite more than five hours of testimony and deliberation, the Boone Board of Adjustment has not yet reached a decision on a special use permit for the proposed Templeton Medical Clinic.



bullet Longest-Running
Pediatric Clinic
Closes Its Doors

The Boone area’s longest-running and first pediatric practice is closing its doors about 15 months after the death of its co-founder and noted child advocate,
Dr. Bill Horn.

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ARCHIVES

APRIL 12, 2007 EDITION
NEWS
W. A. C.
Kicks Off
Annual
Fund Drive

Arts Council Goal
Set At $35,000






High Country Screenwriter Pens Vacancy

Film Opens April 20



Responding To Sexual Assault

A call comes in. A sexual assault is reported.
And the scene is set for a meeting of sometimes very disparate minds.




Spring Retreat
Stand alone photo



No Soup For You
There’s no Soup Nazism afoot, but Boone’s Stick Boy Bread Company has been prohibited from serving its homemade soup to the public.



Living Historians Re-Create Civil War Battles

The Civil War remains an abiding interest among historians, and a group of “living historians” helps bring events to people around the country.


Todd Community Organizes Walking Trail
You might be walking in the hoof prints of elk when you take a stroll along Todd’s new historic trail.



Rep. Foxx Visits Green Valley School

U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx (NC-5) returned to the classroom Wednesday, giving students at Green Valley Elementary School lessons in how government works.


COMMUNITY


Women’s Studies Program Fundraiser
Held April 14 At Jones House In Boone

The Women’s Studies Program at Appalachian State University
will host an event April 14 to raise funds to bring an international
scholar to campus to serve as a visiting professor in the program.


Recycling

North Carolinians recycle approximately
68 pounds of materials each second.


Applications Available For Community Foundation Grant
Charitable organizations are invited to apply for financial support for local projects through the Watauga County Community Foundation.


Features

Readers Hungry For Nicholson’s Newest Release
They Hunger Now
Available In Bookstores
>>FULL STORY

Wal-Mart Makes Generous Donation For Cove Creek Memorial Garden
Students Grateful For Community Support As Work Begins
>>FULL STORY

A Day In The Life
Of A Wish Granter

Duanne Junker Shares His
Passion For Make-A-Wish
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J And B Trout Lake To Open April 12

Fishing Fun For All Ages

Kids Needed for Soccer Tournament
Elementary Students to Carry Flags For International Players

 



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AppalCART Bus Service

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