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bullet Walking Program For Cancer Survivors Offered
Cancer survivors and their families and friends are invited to participate in “Walk with Us"

bullet Laughter: The Best Medicine
Library Hosts Laughter Therapy Workshop


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Out On The Open Road

Applying The Final Touches

Fresh Veggies Available Now

Walls Come Tumbling Down

highcountry WEEKLY

Library Partners From Bolivia Visit Boone
It’s a long way from Bolivia to Boone. However, both locales share something in common — a sisterhood between two libraries.

Lees-McRae Lecture Series Returns
Folktales And History Lessons Center On Appalachia

Loving a Good Argument
H.C. Writers Host Bill Brooks at Library

watauga WEEKLY

In The Service Of Communion
“I think I’m a Communion junkie,” Sandy Eagle said last Thursday as she prepared to serve the Christian holy meal to the residents of Mountain Care Facilities.

Run For Home Benefits Habitat

Appalachian Regional Health System employees and supporters will be running for home Saturday, July 21, at the Broyhill Wellness Center in Boone.

Power of the Purse Planned For September 7
One year after their creation, the High Country Women’s Fund is preparing for their second annual Power of the Purse Luncheon,

Nashville Producer, Jazz Musician With Local Ties Reflects On Friendship
With Boots Randolph

“He was my mentor, my best friend, my boss . . . like a second father to me.”

Boots Randolph’s Appearance At Grandfather Mountain Was His Last
Legendary Saxaphonist Left His Mark In MacRae Meadows

Photography Competition To Benefit Public Art Program

The Downtown Boone Development Association is hoping for a picture perfect fund-raiser.

Building Courage, Confidence And Character
Girl Scout Camp Is That And So Much More

Vendors Sought For Folk Art And Antique Celebration
Where can you find a weekend that celebrates the past, the present and the future all in one North Carolina location?

Chrome For Christ Auto Show Dedicated To Memory Of Brent Hodges
His tragic death last year stunned the community and left his family, friends and business associates with a painful void.

Rainbow Center Expands Outreach
A year has passed since the Grand Opening of the Kulynych Family Life Center and Rainbow Center – Children & Family Services (RCCFS) has been in full swing ever since.


Mission Team From Trinity Baptist Church Heads For Mexico
A mission team from Trinity Baptist Church in Deep Gap will be in Acuna, Mexico Wednesday evening where they will be spending a week working on a variety of projects for the third year in a row.

Relay For Life – A Family Event That Touches Lives Everywhere
Special Event To Honor Cancer Survivors

“Shop To Stop Domestic Violence” At Threads Of Hope
Reviving Ophelia, a domestic violence outreach thrift shop operated by A Safe Home for Everyone (A.S.H.E.), has changed its name and moved to a new location.

Ashe Teen Cases Delayed; One Case Dropped Due to Defendant’s Death
Seven Ashe County teens and the 21-year-old brother of one – accused of engineering a string of burglaries

Profitable Produce Workshop Will Focus On Safe Food Handling
A workshop titled Profitable Produce: A Workshop on Legal Liability and Handling Food Safely will be held Aug. 7 from 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Christmas In July Deemed A Success
Ashe County’s own Christmas in July festival has been deemed a success by members of the festival committee.

Fundraiser Benefits New Ministry
Hope After Dope Works To Help People In Recovery

Group Works To Raise Funds For Mission To Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
Car Wash Set For Saturday Morning At McDonalds

Livestock And Horse Showmanship Clinic Held Saturday
Kids of all ages participated in the Livestock and Horse Showmanship Clinic Saturday, July 7

Lansing School Commemorative Christmas Ornament Now On Sale
The Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center is selling the latest addition

Pageant Draws Beauties, Patriots to Civic Center
The Elite Miss American Pride Pageant was held at the Ashe Civic Center in West Jefferson on June 30 with a theme of “Proud to be An American”.


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