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20th CENTURY HISTORY
A special section devoted to the 20th Century development of a diverse mountain region.

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


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.

 



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WinterFest Chili Challenge

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highcountry WEEKLY

Glidewell’s glides into Blowing Rock
Global comfort food.




Let’s Talk Resilience
MountainKeepers host community forum





Mull wins Blue Ridge photo contest
David Mull of Deep Gap won first place in the adult division of the Friends of the Blue Ridge Parkway 2008 photo contest.







Peak season for area slopes
SkiBeech just finished its winter extravaganza, Winterfest, last weekend

watauga WEEKLY

Cardboard, Bikinis & Snow
Beech Winterfest celebrates successful return



ASU strengthens int’l connection
With Chancellor Ken Peacock and UNC Tomorrow’s push for internationalizing the campus of Appalachian State University



Burton awarded top honors in national contest
Jonathan Burton of Jonathan Burton Photography in Boone, was honored for an exceptional photographic image



A History of Hearts and Hospitality
The combined campaign of the Hospitality House of Boone was a long time in the making.



Little Green Houses for Everyone
Realtor Judy Wagner first in Watauga County to be awarded “Green Designation”

 


United Way Day at Holmes Center Saturday
The High Country United Way (HCUW) and Appalachian State University athletics have partnered to host United Way Day in the Holmes Center

 

 

Data on the Wing
Bird watchers’ aid sought for database


ashe WEEKLY

Ridge Care Inc. Takes Over Management of Villages of Ashe Assisted Living
Of all the things that families must face together, one of the most difficult is making the decision that an elderly relative can no longer stay alone and is going to need help.



Ashe County Native Selected for International Study
By the year 2020, there will be more than 50 million Americans age 65 and older and, by the year 2050



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