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bulletHHC observes National Nutrition Month
Nutrition fair will offer information, demonstrations

bulletThe Autism Spectrum
Authors to deliver lecture at ASU March 28

bulletMarch is Red Cross Month in Boone


high country photos

Life Imitating Art

Easter Eggstravaganza

Battle of the Books

Put it in the Trunk


highcountry WEEKLY

Gift Cards, Barbecue and Seized Assets
Call it the gift that keeps on giving.

Mountain Alliance hosts Youth Service Day

Mountain Alliance members will be taking the organization’s commitment to service countywide next month

Area dental staff survives Atlanta storm
Tornado brushes out training event

watauga WEEKLY


Rainbow Center makes the MAPP
Classes starting soon for Bridges Foster Care

Funds on the Rise
Panera donates to OASIS

What’s growing at the Leola Street Garden?
To everything there is a season.

Giving Kids a Head Start

Intermountain Head Start is currently recruiting preschool children

High Country Farmers’ Market grows in Boone
A new farmers’ market is blossoming in Boone.

Making Room for the Appalachian Family
Trustees move to increase on-campus housing

Realtor adds feng shui consultations
Julia Heinlein, owner of Antler Realty in Banner Elk, recently announced her company’s offering of feng shui consulting.



Ashe teacher awarded $1,000 grant to build greenhouse at Mountain View
Luci Osborne, a third grade teacher at Mountain View Elementary School, has been awarded $1000 from NC Beautiful's Window of Opportunity grant program to build a greenhouse at her school.

Whew, boy, wow, I sure did fire ya'll up last week didn't I? Let's do it again!
Here's my point; whether it's race relations, politics or preaching the word, double standards suck.

Businesses are Booming on the Backstreet
Downtown West Jefferson is home to many small businesses.

Cold case burns in brother's memory
Detective's probe may be last hope to solve cold murder case

Grogan Sworn as West Jefferson Chief
Less than a week after being named to the post, Brian Grogan was sworn in as Chief of Police for the town of West Jefferson. The brief ceremony took place Friday afternoon at town hall.

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