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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


high country photos


5 for 100

Day for Dicus


highcountry WEEKLY

Jordan, Graham, and now BURNS
Retired Blowing Rocket editor awarded one of state’s highest honors

Living past MS
With N.C. Gov. Beverly Perdue declaring last week, March 2-8, Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week


watauga WEEKLY


Wade Brown, former Boone mayor, dies at 101
Wade Brown, former Boone mayor and business leader, died Monday at the age of 101.

Relay for Life launches for 2009
Cancer doesn’t care about the economy

Electric co-op charges up teachers’ education with scholarships
Teachers will get some more book learning of their own with the latest round of Price-Deverick scholarships.


New Marriage and Family Therapist Opens Doors
A new marriage and family therapist has opened her doors and is working to make a difference in the world and in the families of Ashe County.

Residents Can Donate Valuable Time to Groups and Organizations
During tough economic times, it's not only individuals that suffer.

Winter Farmer's Market Draws Crowd
It was a beautiful day as customers rushed about the Ashe County Farmer's Market, looking at all the locally produced goods offered by more than a dozen vendors.

Chamber Welcomes New Owner of Village Florist
After owning and operating the Village Florist in Jefferson for the past 23 years, Benny and Frances Roten were ready to retire.

A Little Church, A Big Internet
"Exciting things can happen when a people or a church is obedient to God's will," said Kelly St. Germain, member of Cornerstone Missionary Baptist Church and owner of a Christian web design company, "Unbelievable things that can be seen, heard, and felt both locally and all across the world.

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