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April 3, 2008
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bullet Participants sought for health study at ASU
Appalachian State University researchers are investigating the health benefits of quercetin, a substance that reduces illness and helps maintain mental performance.

bullet Lecture on play therapy presented April 7
Dr. Margaret Robson, director of counseling psychology at Keele University (UK) and a board certified diplomate in play therapy, will present a lecture on play therapy.


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Blowing Rock joins N.C. State Health Plan
Town one of a select few approved by NC General Assembly


In Land We Trust
BRLT plans for banner year



Dry Season
Area farmers seek federal disaster money


N.C. could weather recession


Ashe Museum opens temporary site
Renovations continuing at 1904 Courthouse in Jefferson




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WEF, Blue Ridge Electric deliver scholarships
Eleven teachers from the Watauga County Public School System will receive $4,000.


Zimmerman lectures at ASU
Southern Shows CEO shares ‘good advice’



The Best of Both Worlds
Cultural exchange highlights extension’s annual Achievement Program



State coordinator for ‘Moms In Touch’ coming to Boone
Marilyn LeDoux, the North Carolina state coordinator for Moms In Touch International, will be the guest speaker at the Watauga County Moms In Touch Outreach Luncheon

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Fenwick takes Winston

Watauga spelling ace advances to Washington contest


'A Good Cigar Never Hurt Anybody'

Boone’s oldest barber, Jerry Wilson, turns 100


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Third annual Celebrity serve April 8
Local restaurants raising money for new soccer complex


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


ASU scores Rotary touchdowns
Appalachian State University head football coach Jerry Moore and associate director of athletics and “Voice of the Mountaineers” David Jackson received High Country Rotary Outstanding Achievement Awards.

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