Red Cross encourages holiday blood
The holiday season, Thanksgiving through the middle of January,
is traditionally a challenging time for collecting blood.
Ashe County Free Medical Clinic
presents the Second Annual Brunch, Style Show and Tour of Homes
and Bed and Breakfasts
An Ashe Mountain
Times Retrospective on the Year that Was.
fight candy meth
Law enforcement agencies across the nation are now facing
a sweet but deadly trend in crystal methamphetamine.
County is one of 26 emergency care agencies
to receive part of a $1.6 million grant
Ashe County's grant of $36,742 will be used to implement
Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD)
in the E-911 Communications Center which operates under
the Sheriff's Office
wind data just got better
It's widely accepted that most everything is high atop
State purchasing hay
to resell to farmers at lowest cost possible
The first shipment of hay bought by the state for resale
farmers will be delivered to six sites across North Carolina
in early January
operation takes to the air near Watauga-Ashe border
Some locals have been scratching their heads over big
noisy birds dangling logs in the sky.
Arts Center Presents New Exhibit
The Ashe Arts Center will start the New Year with an exhibit
by David Shoemaker entitled Vietnam Subconscious Reality.
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.
County 4-H Ashe Youth Connection
building better futures for at-risk youth
Current research based information suggests that
family and community trends are ever changing.
County 4-H is already making plans for summer 2008
and just in time to make the Christmas shopping list.
A week at a 4-H Camp would be a great gift to give a child
Fire lane, what fire lane?
assistance for Ashe County residents takes another hit
As if the withdrawal of Health and Hunger Coalition prescription
assistance were not enough to cause concern for Ashe County
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