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Living With Lymphedema
Gail Gross hopes to educate others about cancer survival

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Alliance offers Breast Cancer Support Program





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Watauga Relay remains nation’s second-place fundraiser
Monday’s awards presentation honors top participants

 

Pedaling Bikeability
Group wants to make Boone a cyclist’s paradise

 

Public invited to Watauga County planning forum
Steep slope, flood issues explored at Boone Town Council Chambers Saturday

 

Elk Motel will get sewer connection
The Boone Town Council approved a sewer connection to end a nearly
yearlong quest by a man providing low-cost rentals at a Blowing Rock Road motel.

 

Watching water usage at the Beech
The Town of Beech Mountain has implemented a Stage II Water
Shortage Condition in order to comply with Gov. Mike Easley’s order
that mandatory restrictions be put into place.

Surveying Watauga’s needs
County commissions new study

Commissioners forge sheriff’s liaison effort
The Watauga County Board of Commissioners addressed some sheriff’s office issues, a communications tower relocation and a request to buy the county’s impound lot during Tuesday’s regular meeting.

Municipal Decisions
One-stop voting is off and running

Farm City tickets are fresh on the vine, for now
Last chance is Tuesday, Oct. 30

Some long hopes dashed with new road plan
State maps $3.2 million secondary plan

Reevaluting reassignments
The Watauga County Board of Education wants to change
the way it treats cases of student reassignment or transfers.


 

 


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Brains and Bronx
2002 WHS graduate instructs inner city students as
part of Teach for America program

 

Attorney opposes tint-law push
In a recent edition of the Mountain Times, an article focused on the N.C. Highway Patrol’s emphasis on enforcement of the state’s window-tint law.

 

Building up state’s economy needs a foundation of trust
Appalachian State University built a new tradition during its annual
Harlan Boyles Distinguished CEO Lecture Series

 

Unliving History
Horn legends haunt heritage museum

 

 

The BeansTalk Grows Again
Legendary coffeehouse returns to downtown Boone


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New Nissan Owner Wants to Take Dealership on New Path
Chris Welborne Stresses Right People, Right Attitude As Keys to Success

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The Nation’s Best Cyclists Come to Banner Elk
Lees-McRae College and Sugar Mountain Resort Host Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals Oct. 26-28

 


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