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March 19, 2009 EDITION
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bullet March is Red Cross Month
With the tragic house fire that destroyed a home in Trade, Tenn. on Monday

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

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




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How green was my house
ASU Energy Center issues HealthyBuilt certification

 

 

Fire officials want more dispatchers
Emergency communications were on call during Tuesday night’s meeting of the
Watauga County Board of Commissioners.

 

 

Grant will keep Boone water options flowing
The town of Boone is dredging up the past and moving toward a more fluid future

 

 

Stimulus funds will fund youth jobs in Watauga, Wilkes
Teenagers, young adults and employers may benefit from a program funded by the recently passed federal economic-stimulus package.

 

Fancher resigns
ASU basketball coach leaves after nine seasons

 

 


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A Goal in Danger
HC United Way needs immediate donations to fund local agencies amid recession

 

 

A Cornucopia of CAMPS
As summer draws close and school is coming to an end,
parents are looking for something to entertain and educate their children

 

 

Celebrity Serve will benefit Hospitality House
Local notables will be rolling up their sleeves, tying on their aprons,
and providing service with a smile for a good cause.


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Barbour earns top scholarship

WHS president receives Morehead-Cain award



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Spring Solstice 5K to Benefit Bednosky's Team USA Run
For many people, the idea of running for 24 hours straight is the stuff nightmares are made from. For Annette Bednosky, it was the way she wanted to begin 2009

 

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