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bullet A Bloodthirsty Red Cross

Three blood types at less than a day’s supply

bullet The Criminalization of Mental Illness
The following is part seven of an eight-part series.

bullet Flu arrives at Appalachian

bullet A Healthy Plan





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New theme, initiatives unveiled at Relay for Life




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AAA predicts gas price decline
One of the country’s leading transportation advocacy groups is
predicting a decline in gasoline prices this year

 

 

Mystery at the Appalachian Twin
‘Cecil B. DeBoone’ purchases property

 

 

Hook, Line & Sinker
Fishing, hunting boost economy

 

 

Main Street Village on hold for now
No decision reached after four hour Blowing Rock Town Council meeting

 

Flu is ‘widespread’ in North Carolina
The latest weekly flu report shows a jump in cases and now is considered “widespread.”

 

Pedal Power
Boone Bicycle Initiative wheels into town

 

Crash Course
Watauga ranks high in vehicle damage

 

Capital punishment series continues at ASU
A series of events pertaining to capital punishment will continue next week
on the campus of Appalachian State University.

 

Growing a Charrette
Boone makes smart growth move

 

Red Cross seeks ERV
The American Red Cross in Watauga County is asking
for help in raising at least $100,000


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Precisely P.J.
Ollis purchases Precision Printing

 

 

Rolling Academy rolls back to Boone
After a successful inaugural year, Mountain Alliance is planning
a second Rolling Academy for this July.

 

Celebrate, Remember, Fight Back
New theme, initiatives unveiled at Relay for Life kick-off

 

 

Shopping for Volunteers
Volunteer Fest shows ‘spectacular’ turnout


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Everywhere a Sign

Q: Does the digital billboard on U.S. 421 (near the Food Lion shopping center) violate the road’s scenic byway designation?

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