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     December 27, 2007 EDITION
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bullet Out for Blood
Red Cross faces critical holiday need

bullet Eat Smart, Move More
Watauga joins statewide challenge to avoid holiday weight gain and stress

bullet A Dangerous Cocktail
Study shows energy drinks and alcohol could strain the heart


high country photos

The Silo at Sunset

Scenery for the Birds

Snowplace Like Home

Christmas in a Can

highcountry WEEKLY

The Year in Movies

Sequels and remakes dominate the box office

The Prince of Dark Corners
North Carolina filmmaker Neal Hutcheson’s new movie on UNC-TV January 3rd

watauga WEEKLY

Chapter 2008
Watauga Library prepares for New Year

Hospitality House serves soup, helps homeless

The Hospitality House of the Boone Area Inc. is a nonprofit crisis intervention agency which provides shelter and services to the homeless, operates the community soup kitchen and administers the local crisis assistance program, WeCAN, a faith-based ministry.

One GED at a Time
High Country Women’s Fund celebrates with young parents

Watauga teachers earn high marks
North Carolina leads the nation in its number of National Board Certified teachers and administrators, and Watauga County plays a part in that achievement.

Enterprise center nearly finished
County expects tenants by 2008

The Gift that Keeps on Giving
‘Regifting’ becomes cottage industry


Year in Review

Ashe 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.

Prescription 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 residents

Logging 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.

Because You Asked:
Fire lane, what fire lane?

Ashe 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 this Christmas, especially if they are looking for something new and exciting to do this summer.

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