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bulletNew Fibromyalgia Support Group

A new support group for persons diagnosed with Fibromyalgia is forming in Ashe County.


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Election Results
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DBDA wants research task force

The Downtown Boone Development Association wants to borrow
from the best and bring it all back home.

Experts: MRSA stays away for now
A community-associated staph infection making the news has led to increased calls to the Watauga County Health Department, though no cases have been reported locally.

Boone responds to state drought designation
Boone always seems to make some sort of list.

Municipal elections are November 6

It’s National Family Caregiver Month
With more and more of the population living longer, the number of family caregivers is growing—According to the US Department of Health and Human Services

BREMCo makes $20 million investment in reliability


ACT holds auditions
Alleghany Community Theatre will hold auditions for The Reader’s Theatre production of “Anne of Green Gables” on Sunday Nov. 4 from 2-4 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Sparta Presbyterian Church

Chamber Music at Ashe Arts Center

The Blue Ridge Chamber Players will return to the Gallery of the
Ashe Arts Center on Sunday, November 4 at 2:00 pm.


The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?
“Hilarious” is the only way to describe “The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?”


Raffle to the rescue

Ashe Rescue Squad offers rifle raffle for a shot at paying the bills



Missoula Directors Work Miracles

Two aspiring individuals from the Missoula Children’s Theater quickly became a part of the community last week when they drove into town in a little red truck and a large ambition


Local dancers join pros in Nutcracker
The Conservatory of Dance & Theatre will present The Nutcracker ballet, Saturday, Dec. 8 at the Ashe Civic Center in West Jefferson.


Grits ain’t groceries at Skyland Books
Well-known Appalachian storyteller Glenn Bolick of Blowing Rock will be at Skyland Books and Gifts

Lisa Dames to give free concert at Wal-Mart Nov. 10th
Country singer best known for portraying Patsy Cline on stage


Book Character Dress Up



Ashe Art Center

Ashe Arts has women with ‘Wings’
The works of six female artists will grace the Gallery of the
Ashe Arts Center through Nov. 16


Bodies in Motion
Steve Clarke’s photo exhibit Sweet Sessions at Valborg Theatre

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Operation Clothe a Child…Cheer a Troop

Two years ago, a project started in Ashe County. At that time it was termed, “Cards and treats for the troops.”

Workshop offers farm market tips
NC Cooperative Extension and Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP) will host a half-day workshop Nov. 6

Easley awards Ashe Healthy Carolinians
The Ashe County Health Council, “A Healthy Carolinians Task Force” was awarded its fourth recertification as a Healthy Carolinians

No Retiring Pastor
Lutheran pastor keeps hearing the call


Lisa Dames to give free concert at Wal-Mart Nov. 10th

Country singer best known for portraying Patsy Cline on stage

LMC Captures Second in National Championships

Bobcats’ Cycling Program Again Flexes Muscle


Lees-McRae Puts Its Best Foot Forward
Men’s Soccer Squad Ranked Number Two in the Country

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