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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


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highcountry WEEKLY

Dining Al Fresco


Red Cross gears up for bike event
Local chapter seeks volunteers for Blood, Sweat & Gears


Ag events sprout for summer

Women of Vision event raises funds, awareness
The Appalachian Women’s Fund held its inaugural Women of Vision event Thursday, June 5, raising funds and awareness for its work serving women and girls throughout the Appalachian region.

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The Power of Giving
Blue Ridge Electric presents grants to area nonprofits

Deep Gap Ruritan on the move
Organization to present President’s Gold Key Award, scholarship, annual fundraiser

ASU hosts homeschool seminar

Former HCUW director joins Hound Ears staff

Minding One’s Business
Upcoming events promote business development

High Country Torch Club chartered

‘Live, Love, Be’
Boone Pride hosts weekend event
Pride 2008 takes place this weekend with the message of “Live, Love, Be.”

Short course for private landowners offered

Emergency Fest this Saturday
The Watauga County Firefighters Association, in conjunction with Appalachian State University, are gearing up for a day of serious fun this Saturday.

The Return of Sims Furniture
Sims Furniture has made a move across town but will soon have a location in its former home at the Boone Mall.

Relay for Life Week in Watauga County June 16-21
Participants ‘paint the town purple’ in celebration

June 10th: Mountaineer Day in North Carolina
Governor Easley honors Appalachian football team

Greenway Baptist celebrates 50 years
Special service planned for June 29

Students explore the physics of fizz

Business Idea Expo June 26

Banner Elk Kiwanis host July 4 book sale

Playhouse offers passport to summer fun

Blair completes training as nurse consultant

‘A good fit’ for United Way’s new director

Crossnore School honors board members

Cancer Survivors United
Relay participants supporting each other, thankful for another day



History, traditions and hopes with Mountain Laurel Moravian Fellowship

Here's My Point:
Geez, you could at least kiss me first

By the way, where’s the beef. . . from?

Ford Names AEV Number One
For the second time this year management and employees of American Emergency Vehicles are patting each other on the back and celebrating how good it is to be them.

Safe Kids of Ashe/Alleghany to hold seat check June 12
Safe Kids of Ashe / Alleghany will hold a car seat checkup event at West Jefferson Chevrolet 12, June, 11 am until 3pm.

Wilkes Community College opens Plaza Comunitaria
You are invited to celebrate the opening of Plaza Comunitaria on Thursday June 12 at 6:30 p.m. at Wilkes Community College.

Youth Night at Ag Expo Grounds
Ashe County Friends of Agriculture will sponsor Open Arena Youth Night on Thursday, June 12 from 5:30 pm until dark at the Ashe County Ag. Expo grounds.

New officers elected for Lansing VFD

A New kind of celebration with an old friend
Saturday was a scorcher by mountain standards, but the heat wasn’t enough to keep the crowd away from the American Heritage River Day Festival, at New River State Park.

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