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bullet WMC Holds New Baby Day Camp
When most children learn their mother is expecting a new addition to the family, many questions run through their heads.


bullet WIC Program Benefits Infants, Children
The Watauga County Health Department serves about 850 individuals with their Women, Infants and Children (WIC) benefits program, and nutrition program director Edith Mabunda said they
have room for a
whole lot more.


bullet Health And Fun For The Young Festival This Weekend
Calling all Parents and Children! You are invited to attend the 1st Health and Fun for the Young Festival at Blowing Rock Hospital on June 2, 2007 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.


bullet Tobacco Coalition Increases Awareness of Health Hazards

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MAY 31, 2007 EDITION
NEWS



Blowing Rock Hospital Joins ARHS
>> FULL STORY




June Is Adopt-A-Cat Month
Humane Society Plans Special Events

 

WHS Holds Commencement For Class Of 2007
Watauga High School’s graduating class gathered for the official end of their high school careers on Monday, May 28, celebrating their commencement at Appalachian State University’s George M. Holmes Convocation Center.

Architects Discuss New High School Project
About 40 people attended an information session at Watauga High School to hear architects and an education subcommittee discuss a new high school project in Perkinsville.

Proposed Bill Affects One-Stop Voting
A proposal to allow people to register and immediately vote during the one-stop voting period would probably increase both voter turnout and the cost of elections.

Local Agencies Request Increased Funding
A public hearing on the county budget drew a number of local agencies who requested increased funding for the next fiscal year.


Learning To Work Together
High Country Officials Participate In Intergovernmental Retreat


COMMUNITY


High Country Benefits Greatly From March Of Dimes Funding
Just days out from a successful March of Dimes fundraiser in Boone, the timing could not be better to explain how some of those monies are utilized in Watauga, Avery, Ashe Counties and beyond

Boycott Your Kitchen On Tuesday
Hunger Awareness Week Kicks Off With Food Share Day in Watauga


Traveling Science Lab Makes Stop In Boone
UNC-CH Provides High School Students With High-Tech Opportunities


Features

Flavors Of Brazil Come To High Country

Downtown Boone has netted a goal with a new Brazilian restaurant.
>>FULL STORY



Discovering A Parent’s Past

As millions of Americans celebrate Memorial Day, a retired history professor has found closure in a family military story that has haunted him throughout the decades.
>>FULL STORY



Striving For Excellence

The Blackboard Restaurant Celebrates One Year, Embraces The Future
>>FULL STORY

 



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