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bullet Karma Krew brings Yogathon to Boone Jan. 25
Neighborhood Yoga in Boone is hosting a Yogathon on Sunday, Jan. 25.

bullet Health Dept. offers flu vaccine clinics
Health officials are urging people to roll up their sleeves and prepare for winer, but they are also touting a nasal precaution to fight the flu.

bulletEight blood drives planned in January
The Watauga County Chapter of the American Red Cross will hold the following blood drives in the coming weeks.




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County board mulls manufactured home policy
Watauga County may be cleaning up its abandoned manufactured homes

 

 

AppalCART sees million plus passenger trips in 2008
AppalCART, the local public transportation authority serving Watauga County, reported a 14 percent increase in calendar year ridership

 

 

The Raid on Radon
Free test kits available

 

 

Clawson to serve on Local Government Advisory Council
Boone mayor named to position by N.C. governor-elect

 

 

Laurelmor to re-launch in second half of 2009
The new owners of the Laurelmor development hold different portions of the property

 

 

Communities offer Christmas tree disposal
Officials: Drying trees are fire hazards

 

 

Goody’s to liquidate stores
Boone location’s future uncertain

 

 

Town seeks volunteers for boards
If “community service” made the New Year’s resolution list, the town of Boone has a few suggestions.

 

 

Unemployment claims climb in N.C.
North Carolina’s unemployment claims are rising, putting a squeeze on the available funds

 

 

Heavy Metals Disaster
ASU and Appalachian Voices partner to test water from Tennessee ash spill

 

 

County board mulls manufactured home policy
Watauga County may be cleaning up its abandoned manufactured homes

 

 

Laurelmor to re-launch in second half of 2009
The new owners of the Laurelmor development hold different portions of the property

 

 

Communities offer Christmas tree disposal
Officials: Drying trees are fire hazards

 

 

Goody’s to liquidate stores
Boone location’s future uncertain

 

 

Town seeks volunteers for boards
If “community service” made the New Year’s resolution list, the town of Boone has a few suggestions.

 

 

Unemployment claims climb in N.C.
North Carolina’s unemployment claims are rising, putting a squeeze on the available funds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Playhouse honors hometown heroes
Great Friend to Families Award nominations accepted through Jan. 23

 

 

Girl Scout Cookies roll into Boone
It’s that time of year again, when the young troopers turns cookies into dough.

 

 

Clawson to serve on Local Government Advisory Council
Boone mayor named to position by N.C. governor-elect

 

 

Girl Scout Cookies roll into Boone
It’s that time of year again, when the young troopers turns cookies into dough.


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ASU's women's basketball team will host halftime auction Jan 12.

Appalachian State University’s women’s basketball team will host its annual “Shoot Out” to benefit victims of domestic violence on Monday, Jan.12.

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