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August 7, 2008 EDITION
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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.


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Watauga maintains low jobless rate
Unemployment increases in 82 counties


Coyotes in the County
Commissioners consider canine menace



County plugs in year-round electronic recycling
Electronics Recycling Day will be recycled for use throughout the entire year.
The Watauga County Boar


Drill vs. Drought
Watauga Water & Soil offers technological aid


Cielo Falls on the rise
Luxury development continues to grow


School board talks tuition
Policy would affect out-of-county students



Town, county review DOT plan for 105
New design would replace middle turn lane with median




Holshouser, McCrory highlight Watauga Republican HQ opening
A former governor introduced a hopeful for the office during Friday’s grand opening of the Watauga County Republican Party headquarters.



Mixed-drink voting under way
Elections officials expect record Nov. turnout


Easley to weigh carbon monoxide bill
Law would affect residential rental properties


HHC rummage sale nets nearly $20,000


ASU to discuss rezoning request, student housing Aug. 12
Appalachian State University will hold an informal meeting to share information about the university’s request to rezone a 15-acre tract of land




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Winning Drive
First hole-in-one wins 2008 Ford Edge



A Lesson in ‘Geolexicology’
Watauga library hosts discussion Aug. 12



RAPP serves as resource for surrogate parents
The High Country Relatives as Parents Program (RAPP) held its first discussion based meeting Tuesday, July 29.



Pope new leader of area Audubon chapter
The High Country Audubon Society named a new president at their annual meeting in July.


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Gaining Momentum

Area dancer starts scholarship

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Hawksnest nixes skiing
Resort will focus on snow-tubing



Charity on the Green
Casa Rustica, RedTail Mountain host benefit

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