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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

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Cameras and Civil Liberties
Grant request sparks privacy rights discussion


Council sends ASU zoning to public hearing
Town has a date with Gown.


Dangerous Candy
Goss to address new meth trend through legislation

Families remain up for adoption
Children’s Council seeks help from area businesses

Staying Alive on 105
Council resolves to contact DOT


Commissioners make the grade
WHS bid approved, N.C. 105 safety discussed


Blue Ridge Boost
Parkway welcomes $1.9 million funding increase

UNC in the 21st Century
Study to determine universities’ response to state challenges

The 2007 Mountain Times Year in Review

Austin limits city
Council bids farewell to water plant super


Poll shows WNC favors Edwards
If western North Carolina elected presidents, John Edwards would be
the current shoo-in – assuming he won the Democratic primary, of course.


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Hospitality House serves soup, helps homeless
The Hospitality House of the Boone Area Inc. is a nonprofit
crisisintervention agency which provides shelter and services to the homeless


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.


Chapter 2008
Watauga Library prepares for New Year


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

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


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National Recognition for National Champions
Senate Resolution Honors Third Straight Title For Mountaineers

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