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The Great American Smokeout
WHS students learn about dangers of tobacco use

bullet Making a Point in the High Country
Acupuncture, complementary medicine grows in popularity

bullet November is National Hospice Month
The White House has declared November to be the 29th annual National Hospice Month.





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An Autumn Harvest
Local farmers’ market welcomes holidays

 

Council lays QPH cases to rest
The Boone Town Council attempted to make housing more
affordable by adopting language on accessory housing.

 

Council boosts water allotment
Fifty-thousand it is. The Boone Town Council unanimously approved an
ordinance change to let water allocations flow a bit more generously.

Pins & Needles
Moomaw opens Acupuncture Health Care Clinic

 

Cooking Under Fire
Officials: 4,300 residential fires occur on Thanksgiving

Cutting it Short
Watauga schools superintendent Bobbie Short to retire

 

DBDA builds fundraisers
Local Celebrity Auction Dec. 6

 

WHS — Now in 3D!
School board to take virtual, animated tour of site

A Dam Predicament
Town seeks historical data on New River Light and Power dam

Council approves Coleman Tobacco rezoning
Mixed-use concept to replace old warehouse

 


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Watauga Red Cross celebrates 90 years
It was a grand celebration on Friday, Nov. 16, as the Watauga
Chapter of the American Red Cross staff and board members

 

Making Wishes Come True
Celebrity Serve dollars still spending well

 

 

Appalachian Ski Mountain Opens for Business
Goal of Opening Before Thanksgiving Achieved for 10th Time in Last 13 Years

 

LMC to Host Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week
Students, Staff and Faculty to Participate in Five-Day Event


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Area Resident Visits Middle East

Nancy Benson witnesses Israeli-Palestinian strife, leaves with ‘great deal of hope’

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Bobcats Fall In NCAA Elite Eight Contest
Lees-McRae Loses to University of Montevallo 2-0 in Division II Playoff Battle at Tate Field

 

ASU faces James Madison Saturday
at Kidd Brewer Stadium

First round game matches winners
of last three FCS championships


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