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February 7, 2008 EDITION
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bullet A Bloodthirsty Red Cross

Three blood types at less than a day’s supply

bullet Have a Heart... Breakfast
17th annual benefit held Feb. 14

bullet Flu arrives at Appalachian

bullet A Healthy Plan

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Gloria Steinem says Women’s Movement is still necessary
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Safety First
WEF reschedules ‘Snow Day’


County may borrow $70 million for new WHS
The Watauga County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution to apply for approval of borrowing up to $70 million for construction of the new Watauga High School.


County construction stats show mixed results
Despite a nationwide downturn in new housing construction, the value of new residential construction in Watauga County rose by $2 million last year, though the number of new family houses declined.


Filling the War Chest
Congressional candidates face fundraising challenge


Solutions for Families
New River program helps area residents

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In Focus
ASU participates in nationwide initiative



ASU to be ‘One in Four’
“Many men think that sexual assault is an issue that will never affect them,” first-year Appalachian State University graduate student Harris Ligon said.



Homelessness and Mental Health
Homelessness is an issue not usually associated with small
communities, such as those of Watauga County


Monday kicks off Watauga 2008 Relay for Life
Team captains rally to celebrate, remember, fight back


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Spelling 'Success'

Fenwick wins county spelling bee


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Ski Report


Thinking Pink
ASU athletics teams up with American Cancer Society for special day

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