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WHS blood drive sets state record for high schools
The American Red Cross and Watauga High School (WHS) recently came together to host a record-setting blood drive.

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


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highcountry WEEKLY

ASU study looks for health benefits off the vine

Appalachian State University professors Lisa McAnulty, Steve McAnulty and Tim Radak are looking for volunteers to participate in a study focusing on chronic and acute effects of daily red-wine consumption



Entrepreneurs to share secrets of success at symposium
Young alumni and current Appalachian State University student entrepreneurs will participate in presentations and panel discussions during the Young Entrepreneurs Symposium April 1.



Party will benefit women’s fund
Teased hair, leg warmers, parachute pants and shoulder pads — bring back any fond memories?

watauga WEEKLY

Hardin Park emerges as book-battle victor
Six Hardin Park Elementary School students battled books to victory Friday.



Kiwanis, Mountain Alliance flip flipjacks for a cause
The Boone Kiwanis Club and Mountain Alliance are cooking up enough pancakes for the entire community.



Wine tasting helps provide clean water
A spring wine tasting will benefit a Boone-based relief organization



Planning Board Holds Public Hearing on Variance Request

Although medical issues, business conflicts and one open seat combined to deplete the number of members by more than half, the Ashe County Planning Board met in regular session on Thursday, March 19th.



Local Fire Departments Receive Training at Old House in Creston
On Friday evening, March 20, the Creston Volunteer Fire Department, along with the Warrensville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department and the Todd Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department


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