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THIS WEEK
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HEALTH ISSUES
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bullet Proposed Bill
Would Cap County
Medicaid Costs
A legislative bill to permanently cap county Medicaid costs could free up tens of thousands of dollars a year for other local needs, proponents say.


bullet Let’s Stay In
The Game

Men’s Health Program Scheduled For Saturday

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ARCHIVES

APRIL 26, 2007 EDITION
NEWS

FORUM ON SMART GROWTH
DRAWS REGIONAL INTEREST

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Volunteer Project Serves Community
Operation InAsMuch Hosted By Three Forks Baptist Association



Back To Our Roots

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Sandwiches And Smart Growth
Featured At Lunch & Learn

Sandwiches were the lunch, and smart growth
was the learn at the April 18 Boone Area
Chamber of Commerce Lunch & Learn.


Davidson Officials Dish Out Smart Growth Principles
Attendees to the Boone Area Chamber of Commerce Lunch & Learn April 18 may have found the notion of smart growth easy to swallow.



Saved By The Sewer

Town Grants Sewer Service To Elk Motel



COMMUNITY



Midnight 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.


Donate And Do Disney!
Donate blood and enter to win a trip to Florida’s Disney World & Dinner Tickets for Planet Hollywood from May 1 to 31st



Stars Shine Brightly In The Night

The stars were out Friday night at Watauga Education Foundation’s Shooting Stars talent showcase and fund raiser, held Appalachian State University’s Farthing Auditorium.



Signs 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


Features

Joe’s Gets A Makeover
Joe’s Italian Kitchen is experiencing Joe’s Italian makeover.
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Community Mourns
Armfield Coffey

Local businessman, philanthropist
and former newspaper editor
Armfield Coffey died Thursday
after a long illness.
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Toys To Die For
Bill’s Die Cast Reopens For Summer
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Kids Triathlon Planned For April 28
The Boone Area Sports and Events Commission will be hosting a Kids’ Triathlon at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 28 at the Watauga County Parks and Recreation Department Swim Complex and on the Greenway.




AppalCART Bus Service

High Country Honda

Footsloggers Outfitters

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