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November 15, 2007 EDITION
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Dougnet Computer Consulting

Footsloggers Outfitters

AppalCART Bus Service

High Country Honda

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“Thanks for Giving”

Red Cross promotion a ‘shot in the arm’ for donors

bullet WHS HOSA blood drive breaks regional records
A large part of a blood donor base is high school blood drives, according to Red Cross district manager Mike Robinson..

bulletSupport from Survivors
Alliance offers Breast Cancer Support Program

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Tobacco and Appearance
Council and planning commission hear cases at quarterly public hearing

An Accessory to the Fact
Council and commission mull affordable housing measure

Committee boosts Boone water allotment
Watauga County may still be in drought, but Boone is about
to get wetter – at least as far as water allocations go.


Etude in Fire Alarm
Minor electrical problem to blame in ASU concert evacuation

Boone Christmas Parade Dec. 1
Watauga County Library to serve as grand marshal

WNC economy trails state’s economic growth 
A slight improvement in Western North Carolina’s employment
numbers weren’t enough to bolster the region’s sluggish economy.

Land-transfer tax rejected
County commissioners to discuss tax options next spring

Former ASU football player arrested
Jonathan Ray charged with steroid possession



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The Lighter Side of Learning
New WHS may incorporate green building practicesrm-City top honors


Beat the Heat
Expert urges wintertime fire safety


Generating Generosity
Blue Ridge Electric offers Bright Idea Grants


Blowing Rock merchants get in the Christmas spirit
Annual decorating contest dresses up town

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Salvation Army gearing up for holiday season

Several projects needing community support


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Appalachian Trail Conservancy hosts holiday hike Dec. 1
The Asheville-based office of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) is hosting a holiday hike on the Appalachian Trail on Dec. 1, 2007.

2008 Salomon Jib Academy Tour to hit App Ski slopes
Appalachian Ski Mountain has made this list.


Lees-McRae Advances to Elite Eight
Bobcats Down Pair of Foes in NCAA Tournament Play


Time to Sum Up the Upcoming Ski Slope Season
Plenty of New Wrinkles Await You on the Slopes

Shooting For A Title

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