Changes Revealed For New WHS
An intergovernmental retreat revealed a potential change
in plans for the new
Watauga High School.
Under Moderate Drought Conditions
Dry Conditions Continue Across The State
PR Firm Receives National Recognition
Focuses On Rural Economic Development
Rural public universities could be turning over a new leaf.
Of Ed. Votes On School Fees
The Watauga County Board of Education met for their monthly
meeting Monday, June 11.
Country Academy Plans To Open This Fall
New hope is coming to a portion of the child and adolescent
population that Clayton Cone, COO of the Rainbow Center,
said is currently under-served.
Banner House Museum Opens Its Doors
Grand Opening Celebration Scheduled For June 30
Sloop CAP/Avery Home Care Services Garners NC NOVA License
Newland Home Care Agency First To Receive License In The
Named As Bargain Retirement Spot
Boone has been named one of 10 Bargain Retirement
Spots by the U.S. News and World Report.
MerleFest 2007 Sets Economic Impact Record
Regional Impact Estimated at Over $17 Million
Study Shows Charter Schools Need Improvement
The N.C. Center for Public Policy Research (NCCPPR) released
a study of charter schools last week finding that, statewide,
charter schools need to improve.
For Life Dinner Hosts Survivors
More than 400 cancer survivors gathered last week to celebrate
life and hope at Relay for Life of Watauga Countys
annual Cancer Survivor Dinner and Celebration, held at Greenway
Baptist Church in Boone.
Participates in HandMade in Americas Small Towns Annual