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Turkey Trot Run/Walk ushers in holiday season
On your mark, get set, gobble.

bullet 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.

bulletSupport from Survivors
Alliance offers Breast Cancer Support Program





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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.

Watauga ranks low in unemployment
County has fourth lowest September rate in state

School board reviews reassignment policy
The Watauga County Board of Education gathered Monday,
Oct. 29, to hold a work session to discuss changes to the board’s student reassignment policy.

Shook-Townsend documents released
Employment discrimination case dismissed

Charged and Ready
ASU Energy Center addresses global climate change

Back to the Future
Partnership for Watauga’s Future sponsors planning program

 

Let’s Make a GovDeal!
County offers online surplus auction

Election Day next Tuesday
Voters urged to participate

 

Laurelmor protects 600 acres
Ginn cites environmental protection as “key element” in planning

 

There’s a New Attorney in Town
Hassler-Waterworth opens shop in Boone

 

County teachers win 2007 grants
Twenty-two Watauga County public school teachers
are receiving grants from the Watauga Education Foundation
for the 2007-2008 School Year.


 

 


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A Day in the Skatepark
The Appalachian Skatepark Council hosted its Fallfest
Skateboard Contest at the community skatepark in Boone Saturday, Oct. 27

A Good Year
Banner Elk winery harvests more awards

 

Graham Goes West
Samaritan’s Purse sends disaster relief to San Diego

 

A Leap of Faith
Local pastor and staff to skydive when building project goal is met

 

Red Cross sponsors Toy Run this Saturday
It’s time for the third annual Watauga County Toy Run,
a fundraiser sponsored by the Watauga County Chapter
of the American Red Cross, that helps provide Christmas
gifts for less fortunate children in the area.

Eating Good at the Mall
Good Eats moves to new location


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November is Adopt a Senior Dog Month

When a litter of kittens or puppies come into a shelter, it is not long before they find their way into the homes and hearts of new loving families.

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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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