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bullet ‘Get Smarter, Get Stronger’ starts Saturday
Spirit of Women Health Fair focuses on stroke prevention

Blood for Gas
Watauga Red Cross makes an offer you can’t transfuse

bullet Relay for Life making strides toward research and a cure
Fundraiser benefits High Country in many ways


high country photos




Quilting at Holston Camp



highcountry WEEKLY

New BBQ restaurant opens in Banner Elk

Library checks into summer

14th annual Relay For Life just around the corner
This year’s theme: Celebrate – Remember - Fight Back.

watauga WEEKLY

Grandfather hosts National Trail Day June 7

Welcome to Media 101
Mountain Times host seminar for non-profits

A Trophy Tree
Area weeping willow becomes state champion

The Bear Necessities
Bearpaw State Natural Area could open in Valle Crucis

Storyteller’s son spins his own tale

Animal Emergency Clinic expands services

Moss named executive director of High Country Host

Fenwick spells his way to nationals

Project Lifesaver fundraising on hold

New River Canoe Race June 7

Hole in One
N.C. Mountains Invitational Golf Tournament nets $18,000 for Hospice of Avery County

Playhouse offers passport to summer fun

Mast General Store Celebrates Land Trust Day June 7

Benefit for Avery and Watauga Family Caregivers June 13

Boone Wal-Mart donates $1,500 to Rainbow Center

Biodiesel workshop June 20-21 at ASU

ASU honors College of Fine and Applied Arts faculty

Three ASU grads receive awards

Ellis named interim chair of ASU Dept. of Economics

Play an active role in your energy savings

Toastmasters group to form in High Country
First meeting this Tuesday at Chetola Resort


Three years of hope and healing

Ashe on trash: Landfilled up

Jewelry makers keep work Under Wraps

Lansing club strides toward better health with its project

Library Notes

Regional Artist Grants Supports Local Artists


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