Mourns Armfield Coffey
Local businessman, philanthropist and former newspaper editor
Armfield Coffey died Thursday after a long illness.
Gets A Makeover
Joes Italian Kitchen is experiencing Joes Italian
To Die For
Bills Die Cast Reopens For Summer
Shine Brightly In The Night
The stars were out Friday night at Watauga Education Foundations
Shooting Stars talent showcase and fund raiser, held Appalachian
State Universitys Farthing Auditorium.
And Do Disney!
Donate blood and enter to win a trip to Floridas Disney
World & Dinner Tickets for Planet Hollywood from May
1 to 31st
Is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
Currently about 47 out of every 1000 children are reported
as victims of child abuse and neglect, a problem facing
all socio-economic groups, races, and religions.
Of Child Abuse And Neglect
The following descriptions have been made available by the
state-wide non-profit organization known as Prevent Child
Abuse North Carolina to help the public better understand
the classifications of abuse and neglect
Compete In Special Olympics Spring Games
Athletes from across the county will gather today to compete
in the countywide Special Olympics Spring Games at Appalachian
State Universitys Kidd Brewer Stadium.
Encouraged To Abstain From Drugs, Alcohol
Prom Night Is May 26
Group Tests Solar Greenhouse Energy Efficiency
For the past eight months, students from Appalachian State
Universitys Department of Technology have researched
greenhouse technologies that have the potential to reduce
the construction cost of energy-saving solar greenhouses,
also known as bioshelters.
At The Oasis Set For April 28
The fifth annual Midnight at the Oasis will be held Saturday,
April 28 at the Green Park Inn in Blowing Rock.
Country Authors Release New Books
Banner Elk author Randy Johnson is encouraging people to
put on their boots and take advantage of the great outdoors.
Empty Bowls Sets Record
Student Project Raises $6,400 For Hunger & Health Coalition
Banner Elk Volunteer Fire Department Equipped With Jaws
Of Life Thanks To A Friend
County Free Medical Clinic Honoring Volunteers
The volunteers of Ashe Countys Free Medical Clinic
were honored at the first Annual Volunteer Appreciation
Man Continues Missionary Work
A local man has relocated to Tallahassee, Fla. to continue
the ministry team development process.
Baptist Association Plans Womens Conference
The Ashe Baptist Associational WMU (Womans Missionary
Union) will be holding their Spring meeting Abide
at Friendship Baptist Church on Saturday, April 28th.
Vineyard Is Born At The Old Lansing School
New River Winery Prepares To Move Production Facility
County 4-H And ACMS Developing Tomorrows Leaders
Services For Aging, Inc. Receives Gift From Food Lion
Ashe Services for Aging, Inc. has received $2,000 from the
Food Lion Charitable Foundation. Ashe Services will use
the gift to purchase food for our Home Delivered Meals Program.
County 4-H TRAC & 4-H MEP Campus Visit To ASU
County Democratic Party Holds Annual Convention
The Ashe County Democratic Party held its annual convention
at 10 a.m. on April 14th
Ladies Honored In Ashe County Pageants
The 3rd Annual Tiny Miss, Little Miss, Junior Miss and Miss
Ashe County Pageant was held Saturday, April 14th at 6 p.m.
at the Ashe County Civic Center.
County Republican Party To Hold Lincoln Day Dinner May 4
Keynote Speaker Will Be Former N.C. Supreme Court Justice
Ridge Elementary Receives Gift From Food Lion
Blue Ridge Elementary recently received $5,000 from the
Food Lion Charitable Foundation.
Management Workshop Scheduled For May 3rd
Landing & Mountain Aire Team Up For
2-Day Golf Tournament
High Country golfers are invited to tee it up for a one-of-a-kind,
36-hole golf tournament to be played on Saturday and Sunday,
May 5 and 6.