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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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March is Red Cross Month
With the tragic house fire that destroyed a home in Trade, Tenn. on Monday

On the Run
Staying fit is only a few thousand steps away

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high country photos

Capering for a Cause

Playhouse Pal

Take the Plunge

Auditions in the West

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highcountry WEEKLY

Hunters Helping Kids
Local group teaches youth about outdoor sports

It starts with a seed
Swaps, ag events bloom in March






United Way funding apps now available
The High Country United Way announced its 2009-10 revised funding applications for non-profit agencies or governmental units serving clients in Watauga and Avery counties.



Feinstein Challenge comes to Hospitality House
The Hospitality House has joined with the Alan Shawn Feinstein Foundation of Rhode Island to help fight hunger in the area.

watauga WEEKLY


‘V’ is for victory and vegetable
Community garden blossoms to fight recession



McCain wins first place award in broadcast competition
Allie E. McCain, a senior Appalachian State University electronic media/broadcasting major, placed first in the audio division of the 2009 Broadcast Education Association’s National Festival of Media Arts.




Part-time green thumber to help with gardens
Visitors to the Daniel Boone Native Gardens in 2009 will see the graceful touch of a landscape gardener who has been working hard over the winter, thanks to a recent town of Boone grant.




ASU research program seeks public input
The Public Service Research Program at Appalachian State University is seeking input from High Country residents. The honors class is titled Parkway Research Seminar and is geared toward community-based research techniques.

 

ashe WEEKLY


Man Gives Credit to Gideons for Saving his Life
This is the second installment of a two-part series that features the testimony of Elliott Osowitt and the im-pact of Bibles Gideons.

 

Programs Offer Free and Reduced Costs on Prescription Drugs
There have been many times when people everywhere have had to choose between
food, heat or medicine.

 

Mountain Hearts to Hold 'Biggest Loser' Competition
The Mountain Hearts Center for Prevention and Wellness and Ashe Memorial Hospital will be holding an open competition to find out who will be the biggest "losers" in Ashe County.

 



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