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Von Behrens warns students against dangers of tobacco use

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Area nutritionist plans “Eating Smart” workshop





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App Cultural Museum fundraiser
Thursday night at Wilcox Emporium.
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Rollin’ on a River
Upper Watauga River gets its very own Riverkeeper

Wasting the Day Away
Watauga Hazardous Household Waste Day Oct. 13



The Grapes of Cash

Regional winemaking gives economy a buzz

Hay Fever
NCDA relief program helps hay shortage

Butt Out!
N.C. General Assembly mandates “fire-safe” cigarettes

State lifts open burning ban
Recent rains across the state have allowed the N.C. Division of Forest Resources to lift its ban on open burning for all 100 counties in North Carolina.

Commissioners hear affordable housing report
Watauga County’s first affordable-housing project moved one step closer to hammer and nails Tuesday night.

 

Spann’s Plan
Incumbent candidate Bunk Spann values open government

 

A Question of Affordability
Candidates address affordable housing

To PAC, or Not to PAC
Candidates voice opinions on Citizens for Change

UDO Under Fire
Candidates voice concerns

“Meet the Candidates”
Boone chamber offers election forum


 

 


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Symposium on Moses Cone and Flat Top Manor held Sept. 28-29
The people and history of Flat Top Manor will be the focus
of a symposium on held Sept. 28-29 in Watauga County.

 

A Few New Menus
New eateries, coffee shops open in Boone

 

AF Bank to launch Pioneer Account
Pioneer fans will soon have a new way to show their support
for Watauga County Schools with AF Bank’s Pioneer Account

 


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A Financial Tune-Up
Car club donates to WHS automotive department

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The Twilight Knob
Inaugural Howard’s Knob Run Oct. 5


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