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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





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Tourism officials optimistic about colorful autumn
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ASU game breaks different record
Medics, law enforcement field record number of calls Saturday

AF Financial announces net income growth
AF Financial Group is pleased to report earnings of $1,470,993 for the year ended June 30, 2007

WEF grant deadline Friday
Educators in Watauga County Public Schools must submit
applications for 2007-2008 Watauga Education Foundation Grants by Friday, Sept. 14.

Food for Thought
Health departments step up restaurant inspections

“Thousands of Miles Fresher”
Not just a bumper sticker

Just Visiting?
New Watauga County Schools policy restricts visitors


 

 


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National Recovery Month
Addiction conference lasts through Saturday

 

Fun in the State Park
The Elk Knob Headwaters Community Day was held Saturday,
Sept. 8 at what is formerly known as Elk Knob State Natural Area.

 

Fun in the Park
Town of Boone hosts water conservation day Sept. 29

 

Ms. Crowell Goes to Washington
A Boone woman has been selected for the 2007-08 Kenan Fellows at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

 


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Main Street Marketing fundraiser benefits WHS atheletes
As the school year takes off, so do Watauga High School Pioneers sporting events.

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A History-Making Week For ASU
Mountaineers Grace The Cover Of Sports Illustrated

 

The Greatest Week Is Also The Longest Week
For ASU Sports Information Director Mike Flynn, Michigan Victory Brings With It Avalanche Of Requests



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