Remembering Miss Nancy
Preschool pays tribute to beloved teacher
Worm: Wolunteers Needed Oct. 21 & 22
have a lot of time to give back to your community, but want
to be apart of a great community give back?
Fridays Retreat is For You
The Second Annual Watauga Caregiver Retreat will be held
on Friday, Sept. 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Mount Vernon
Baptist Church in Boone.
host auction at Fall Rally Saturday
Watauga Democratic Party will be offering a variety of services
donated by elected officials, works of art by local artists,
and precinct gift baskets for auction at its
Fall Rally on Saturday, Sept. 29, at the National Guard
Water and Hoedowns
Nonprofit hosts two fundraisers
Appalachian Cultural Museum opens in Emporium
Appalachian Family welcomes family of firefighter slain
Blue Ridge Relay Results
race! Toughest relay weve run and weve done
Reach the Beach, Hood to Coast, and the Great Midwest relay.
The course was great and so was the support!
earns Capel Rugs scholarship
Capel Incorporated, a leading rug manufacturer and importer
since 1917, announces the 2007 Royal/Daley Scholarship Award.
Service League and OASIS host third annual Womens
OASIS will assist the Boone Service League this week in
sponsoring its Annual Womens Forum: Breaking
Protecting Our Community from Violence Against
Appalachian State University receives $98,000 from North
Carolina Space Grant Consortium
Appalachian State University has received $98,000 from the
North Carolina Space Grant Consortium.
Hands Wood Lot helping heat the High Country
Volunteer labor needed to keep ministry fired up
award nominations due Oct. 12
With the 52nd Annual Farm City Banquet just five weeks away,
those behind the scenes know that the first Thursday of
November will soon be here and much work awaits before the
big night rolls around.
AARP Tax-Aide Program honors county employees
Paul Helsher, senior district coordinator, North Carolina
AARP Tax-Aide Program
annual meeting Oct. 6
51st Annual Meeting of SkyLine Membership Corporation is
scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 6, at Ashe County High School
in West Jefferson.
hosts journalism workshop for high school students
State University will host the Northwest North Carolina
Scholastic Journalism Day on Thursday, Sept. 27.
suggests candidate qualities
its Sept. 11 board of directors meeting, the Boone Area
Chamber of Commerce agreed on a list of qualities that would
be desirable in any public official, whether town, county,
state or national.
Ribbon Celebration kicks off with Oct. 8 breakfast
Guest speaker Patty Spady will relate story of daughters
tragic alcohol death
National Feral Cat Day Oct. 16