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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,” sponsored by the Be Active-Appalachian Partnership with support from the Cancer Resource Alliance of the Seby Jones Regional Cancer Center

bullet 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.





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Workers Move Skeletal Remains To New Resting Place
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Filing For Municipal Elections Opens
Filing for municipal elections opened Friday, but the Watauga County Board of Elections saw only three candidates register that day.


Let The Races Begin
Filing for municipal elections opened Friday, July 6, placing several Boone Town Council seats on the ballot, as well as the office of mayor.


ASU Receives Grant To Conduct Training For Pakistani Biology Teachers
Appalachian State University has received a $124,782 grant from the U.S. Department of State through the International Institute of the USDA Graduate School


N.C. Property Taxes Increase
Watauga County Holds Steady


Board Of Ed Holds Monthly Meeting
The Watauga County Board of education gathered Monday evening for their monthly meeting.


Watauga/Avery Farmers Eligible For Emergency Loans
On June 15, 2007, Secretary Johanns declared a disaster in the entire state of Tennessee based on damages and losses caused by low temperatures and a deep freeze that occurred from April 4, 2007 through April 11, 2007.



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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.

Photography Competition To Benefit Public Art Program
The Downtown Boone Development Association is hoping for a picture perfect fund-raiser.



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.


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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.”

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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.

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Go Have A Ball
LMC Hosts Soccer Camp For Area Youth


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