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Three blood types at less than a day’s supply





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Weatherize It
WAMY offers weatherization services

Humane Society offers alternate road route
Due to construction of the new high school in Boone

High Country Academy nets $25,000 grant
The Cannon Foundation has awarded Rainbow Center –
Children & Family Services (RCCFS) with a $25,000 grant

Growing Smart in Boone
An audit for smart growth sparked a new round of discussion
at a special meeting of the Boone Town Council.

 

Hamby to oppose Foxx
Iredell commissioner joins race

 

 

Smart Discussion
Smart growth audit sparks community feedback

 

 

Hypothetically Speaking...
Council, planners discuss ASU zoning, college of education

 

Intergovernmental Interconnection
Town of Boone, ASU sign water agreement

 

County resolves to preserve post office
Commissioners recognize Laurelmor

 


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New River Behavioral Healthcare
Working for a broader approach to treatment

Hrabowski to deliver MLK keynote speech
ASU has announced that Freeman Hrabowski III will be the keynote speaker for the university’s 24th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration.

Yosef Goes to Hickory
ASU partners with WCU

Foxx visits Family Resource Center
U.S. Representative Virginia Foxx met with local nonprofits last week
to tour what will soon be the Family Resource Center of Watauga County

 

A Farewell to George Flowers
Area photographer developed a picturesque legacy

 


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Postal Memories

Downtown post office for sale

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