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bullet An Apple A Day...
Area nutritionist plans “Eating Smart” workshop

bullet Local Event Garners National Recognition
The Second Annual Blue Ridge Addiction Conference will be held from Sept. 10 to 15 at the Broyhill Inn and Conference Center, on the Appalachian State University campus.


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Tweetsie’s Railfan...

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ASU Visiting Writers Series Features Paul Cuadros Sept. 6
In 1999, Paul Cuadros traded life in a big city for the small-town atmosphere of Pittsboro to write about the impact Latino poultry workers

Everybody Loves Raymond
ASU geology professor retires, earns scholarship in his name

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Kerry Kennedy To Visit Lees-McRae College Campus

Human Rights Activist And Daughter Of Late Senator Robert F. Kennedy Visits On Sept. 19


Beech Mountain Log Homes Opens For Business
Authorized Golden Eagle Log Homes Dealer Offers More Than 40 Standard Floor Plans

Raising Beth’s Roof:
Raise A Roof, Rebuild A Life Ready To Complete Local Home

ASU students walk for awareness
Hundreds of Appalachian State University students gathered on Sanford Mall Tuesday night to Walk for Awareness.

Bookworms Unite!
Boone Mall Read-In today

Owning A Habitat Home
Criteria requires more than “sweat equity”

WAMY Community Action In Action
Wanda Gwyn is a member of our mountain community who is self-reliant in many ways. However, Wanda wasn’t always as fortunate as she is today.

Howard’s Creek Baptist Celebrates 125 Years
Celebration Held Sunday, Sept. 9

A History of Howard’s Creek Baptist Church
In a recent historical compilation, Kathryn London shares the rich, long history of Howard’s Creek Baptist Church, beginning with its humble formation in the late 1800s.

A High Time

Elk Knob Community Day Sept. 8

Farm-City gears up for 52nd Annual Banquet

It doesn’t just happen. Ask any member of the general committee of the local Farm-City Banquet held each November and you will quickly learn that it takes months of planning and preparation to make it a successful event.

Boone Spins New Web Site
The town of Boone is proud to announce the completion of the first phase of planned upgrades to its Web site,

Methodist Church Prepares For Fall Bazaar
It’s an event like no other in the High Country, demanding nearly an entire year of storage, preparation and planning, days of non-stop unpacking, organizing, pricing and displaying.

Taking It to the Creeks
Watauga Big Sweep Sept. 8

State sows seed sale program
As fall tree-planting season approaches, it’s a good time to place orders for seedlings from the N.C. Division of Forest Resources


Dog Star Bakery Finds Happy Tails

Grand Opening Events Set For This Saturday

New River cleanup needs volunteers

Volunteers plan to take to the New River on Saturday, Sept. 8, beginning at 9:00 a.m., to “Clean Up” the region’s signature river.

Teams needed for next month’sWalk For Life
The Ashe Pregnancy Care Center is gearing up for its annual Walk for Life, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 6.

Russian camp survivor at Grassy Creek
Rev. Adam Kuczma, a native of Poland, will be speaking at Grassy Creek United Methodist Church on Sept. 19 at 7 p.m.

Play Center Has A New Support Worker
The Ashe Partnership for Children has hired Ashe County native, Kristi Powers as the new Parent Support Worker for the Cooperative Play Center.

Tomatoes have their day at Farmers Market
They are beautiful, colorful, incredibly delicious, much sought after and highly anticipated.

New River group plans celebration
The National Committee for the New River (NCNR) is holding its Annual Membership Celebration.

State Fair tickets available online
State Fair officials made discounted admission and ride tickets available online beginning Sept. 4.

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