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September 6, 2007 EDITION
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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.

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

Approximately 71% of all newspapers are recovered for recycling. Over a third goes back into making more newsprint. The remainder is used to make paperboard, tissue, insulation or is exported. Give your newspaper a new life - recycle it!


Ashe County Coach Roy Carter to run against Virginia Foxx



Mountaineers receive warm reception

Mountain Summit
Boone & ASU officials meet, form joint subcommittee.

Tee Time
Mountaineer Mania floods local businesses


Rapid Succession
Watauga River may have its own Riverkeeper

Some Time For Sergeants
New Army recruiting office opens in Boone

Boone braces for Stage II Water Shortage
With continued drought on the forecasted horizon, the Boone Town Council has taken a Stage II Water Shortage Condition into consideration.

Patricia Shook Lawsuit Dismissed
Former sheriff Mark Shook still faces Townsend suit

County to break ground on new WHS Sept. 19
The Watauga County Board of Education has planned a ground-breaking ceremony for the new Watauga High School.



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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


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,

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.

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

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


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Mountaineers receive warm reception


Blue Ridge Relay Runs Through High Country Sept. 7 & 8
The Blue Ridge Relay, 600 Runners Strong, Teams Up with the Avon Foundation Need for Speed Campaign Against Domestic Violence

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