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Health Council distributing directory





The Ashe County Health Council, "A Healthy Carolinians Task Force", is pleased to announce that the first printing of the Ashe County Directory of Health and Human Services is ready for distribution.



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Paddle Pilgimage keeps on rolling along
The American Heritage River Day Festival at New River State Park in Ashe County, N.C. took place this weekend.


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WAW Educational Fund Commits $10,000 to Library
The advisory board of the Watauga-Ashe-Wilkes Educational Fund is pleased to announce a commitment of $10,000 for the new Ashe County Library facility.

 

Forward thinking with an environmental eye
Blue Ridge Electric holds 2008 Annual Member-Owner Meeting

 

 

School supplies needed
Many students in Ashe County will start the school year with inadequate school supplies or none at all; however, plans are being made for the Fourth Annual Ashe County School Supply Drive to help meet this need.

Gambill stays on Planning Board as junk yard ordinance issues return to commissioners attention
Ashe County Commissioners put their support behind fellow commissioner Marty Gambill in the county planning board's request that Gambill be removed from the board

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Ashe County rock band selected to play Hall of Fame Show
Organizers of the benefit concert for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and the John Entwistle Foundation today announced the first of a number of bands that have accepted an invitation to play the September 20th concert at the Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary, NC

Put on your very best smile
County youth and adults get ready for 4th of July Livestock Show

 

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Arts Council to sponsor June coffee house this Saturday
The Ashe County Arts Council is pleased to sponsor the Coffee House Talent Night this Saturday, June 14. Coffee House has become an Arts Council tradition and an audience favorite.


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Here's My Point
You know there are just some things that make me mad and I think they should make everyone mad, unless they are brainless or void of all human emotions.

Just a 'Little' tinkering at the market
It's heating up in the mountains, and summer is showing it's sunny side these days.

 

 

 

MST needs new friends to help
The Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail (FMST) is in need of volunteers to help make the vision of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail (MST) a reality.

 


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Young author illustrator of West Jefferson wins big
Joshua Taylor of West Jefferson is a young man of many talents; two of his best ones happen to be writing and drawing.

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Modern day Woodstock goes for the green
Bonnaroo Music Festival strives to minimize ecological impact


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