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bullet Red Cross encourages holiday blood donations
The holiday season, Thanksgiving through the middle of January, is traditionally a challenging time for collecting blood.

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





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Statewide burn ban lifted
Recent rainfall and snow prompted state officials to lift a statewide burn ban last Thursday.

Funding on the way to aid Rx programs
After several weeks of uncertainty as to what the future might hold for
prescription assistance in Ashe County

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Heritage Hall news
Kody Norris's (Mr. Bluegrass) Homecoming will be featured at Heritage Hall in Mountain City, Tenn. on Jan. 26, and Hee Haw will be presented on Feb. 23.

Ashe Art Center


Ashe Arts Center Presents New Exhibit

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


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Ashe boys win first ever vs. N. Surry
The growing varsity men's basketball rivalry between the Ashe County Huskies
and the North Surry Greyhounds added a physical chapter last Friday.

221 collision injures Ashe mail carrier
An Ashe County mail carrier, delivering mail on U.S. 221 near Cranberry Springs Road on Monday

Cultural Christmas at Blue Ridge
Christmas at Blue Ridge Elementary School included decorating a giant
tree in the front lobby with crafts from Mexico, Central America, and South America.


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W. Jefferson P.D.'s interim boss says he'd like the job for keeps
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