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bullet HHC observes National Nutrition Month
Nutrition fair will offer information, demonstrations

bullet March is Red Cross Month in Boone

 





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Housing, retail to replace Boone Antique Mall
Boone council discusses DOT

 

 

The New Opportunities School for Women
Lees-McRae brings life-changing program to High Country

 

 

TDA hits the trail
Greenway, trail master plan could link Boone & Blowing Rock

 

 

Homes with a Green Theme
Area builders form special committee

 

Students walk out on Iraq War
A number of community and university organizations
staged a “walkout” Thursday to promote peace and support the end of the Iraq War.

 

 

‘X’ Marks the Spot
Map project could help land conservancies

 

Cham earns state honors
Ken Cham thought he would settle into retirement after a long sales career,
but instead found himself as an award-winner in the travel industry.

 

Tippecanoe and Transfer II
New voting precinct will help election board operations

 

 

Growers swap seeds, know-how
A new crop of growers are emerging locally, thanks in part to an
annual seed swap and rising grocery prices.

 

 

Boone on the Rocks
Referendum could add a twist

 

Statistics show tourism strong in 2007
Visitors to North Carolina spent a record $16.5 billion in 2007, an increase of 7.2 percent from 2006.

 


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March is National Social Work Month
Drawing from Life Experiences in Reaching out to Others

 

 

Calling All Horticultural Growers
Daniel Boone Native Gardens announces a “Call to
Horticultural Growers of the High Country”

 

 

Feeding with Feedback
Chamber hosts ‘Lunch & Listen’

 

 

A Salute to Volunteers
Salvation Army honors its soldiers


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Celebrity Serve:

Behind the Scenes with Field of Dreams
Fundraiser will benefit new soccer complex

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A Feat of Historic Proportions

Watauga Historical Society to publish book

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Ski Report

 

 

Introducing ‘A Cool 5’
Beech Mountain race to serve as fundraiser

 

Soccer tournament at ASU celebrates diversity
The 2nd Annual People of the Planet Soccer Tournament at Appalachian State
University on Sunday, April 7


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