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bullet Compliment Accepted
It's not an 'alternative' medicine; it's complimentary my dear Watson

bullet Ashe County Free Medical Clinic
presents the Second Annual Brunch, Style Show and Tour of Homes and Bed and Breakfasts


Cub Scout Pack 214 turned their Christmas into a giving affair.



Ashe Citizens Get An Early Christmas Gift
An Agricultural Expo Center Is One Step Closer

Sharing the Spirit of Christmas
Most who reside in Ashe County are aware of its natural beauty.

11 area churches observe Sunshine Sunday
Sunshine Sunday is a day set aside to promote awareness of depression as a treatable disease that last year claimed the lives of 8 of our friends and neighbors.





Vietnam Reality at Ashe Arts Center
The Ashe Arts Center will start the New Year with an exhibit by
David Shoemaker entitled Vietnam Subconscious Realty.

Winter Tidings in Elkin
The Foothills Arts Council will host a musical tribute to
winter's majesty in the Southern Appalachians, Saturday, Dec. 22.

Christmas Dramas
The Calvary Free Will Baptist Church of Glendale Springs is
presenting two Christmas dramas on Sunday, Dec. 23 at 6 p.m

Book Published
Lansing's Susan Johnson has published a book her
publishers are calling "a biographical journal of poetry."

Richard Graham Book Signing
Skyland Books and Gifts' last book-signing of the year will feature Richard Graham of Boone, signing "Escape from Andersonville," Saturday, Dec. 22 from 10:30 a.m. until noon.


Kyleigh Miller was crowned the 2007
Dream Dolls Santas Candyland zero


Ashe Art Center

The Gallery of the Ashe Arts Center Features Tree Fest
The Ashe Arts Council has its Holiday Exhibit on display in the Gallery of the Ashe Arts Center.


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Local Santa Delivers Joy
It may not be the North Pole and Michael Blowers may not be
Santa, but these children don't mind.

Because You Asked:
Fire lane, what fire lane?

Mountain View Elementary
First graders gather on the Courthouse steps to begin their tour of the Museum.
They came, they oohed and ahhed, and they had lots of questions.


Sponsor a child or family for Christmas
Rainbow Center - Children & Family Services (RCCFS) is asking for support from individuals, businesses, and other community groups to help sponsor a child or family served by the center this holiday season.

Kapturing Smiles
Jade Blowers may be a new business owner, but taking pictures is no new business to her..

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