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June 12, 2008
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bullet ‘Get Smarter, Get Stronger’ starts Saturday
Spirit of Women Health Fair focuses on stroke prevention

bullet Area Red Cross office responds to CPR changes
Recent headlines indicate that “mouth-to-mouth” resuscitation may no longer be necessary in certain situations and that compression-only CPR

 

 





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Turning Sorrows into Celebration
400 gather for Tuesday’s Relay Survivors’ Dinner



School board fields field concerns
The Watauga County Board of Education’s Monday meeting turned into a turf battle over the future construction of athletic fields and the school calendar.


Watauga schools open for bus service requests


A Troubled Bridge Over Water
Development to proceed on new Todd bridge




New traffic signal at Bamboo/421 intersection

Watauga County has one of the state’s newest types of traffic signals, designed to make left turns easier and safer.


 

Welling and Able
New rules help keep water clean


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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.

 

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


Red Cross gears up for bike event

Local chapter seeks volunteers for Blood, Sweat & Gears


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