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bullet Share life through Carolina Donor Services
Part II
Last week, we introduced our readers to Carolina Donor Services, a federally designated organ procurement organization serving 6.1 million people in 79 counties of North Carolina and Danville, Va.

bullet Red Cross issues urgent call for all blood types
While temperatures and fuel prices continue to rise this summer, the American Red Cross reports that the blood inventory levels are so low it is unable to sufficiently meet the demand of local hospitals.




high country photos

Boone In Bloom

Highland Games 2008

View from the Top

highcountry WEEKLY

Audubon blends the past with the future
A retrospective of the Audubon High Country (HCA) chapter’s first year was the centerpiece of the HCA annual meeting.




Shooting the Breeze
Area students film wind energy documentary





Library 2: Electric Boogaloo
Area restaurant & bar reopens with new mgt., dance floor



watauga WEEKLY


Viticulure + Geography = Good Grapes
ASU student combines interests to benefit mountain vineyards



DiVenere becomes partner in area law firm
The law firm of Jeffrey J. Walker, P.A. is pleased to announce that attorney Tamara C. DiVenere

Being for the Benefit of Kraut Creek
Community helps downtown waterway

On your mark, get set, READ!
Watauga reads ‘The Glass Castle’


HHC seeks donations for new Christmas CD
Christmas in the Mountains Vol. 2 to hit shelves in October



Ashe native receives nursing degree
Robbie Davis of West Jefferson received a degree in nursing from Winston Salem State University



Farm tour to help residents find and support farmers
In a time when food travels an average of 1,500 miles before reaching a dinner table (and often farther), it's nearly impossible to know where a meal has come from.



John Burch Society to hold issues and answers dinner program



Natures bounty is on the table at farmers market
The days are long and the temperatures continue to rise, making the Ashe County Farmers Market a hot place to be on Saturdays and Wednesdays.



NWA class of 98 reunion
The Northwest Ashe Class of 1998 ten year class reunion will be held on Aug. 2



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