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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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Wildlife Officer Fatally Shoots Hunter in Wilkes
In a statement released early Monday morning, the North Carolina State Wildlife Resources Commission reported that 12-year veteran wildlife officer Mark Minton was acting in self-defense

 

 

Two Arrested for Break-ins, Drugs
Stinnett Arrested After Break-ins

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Save Money by Making Your Own Cleaning Products
Spring is here which means it's time for annual spring cleaning preparing your home for family and guests for warm weather barbecues, Sunday dinners and more.

 

 

Here's My Point: Sometimes it Just Feels Good to not Feel so Bad
It seems like nearly every week I am always on the negative side of things when I type out this column.

 

 

Two Arrested for Break-ins, Drugs
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ACLT to Hold 'Funny Thing' Auditions
Little more than two weeks after Dinner is at Noon took audiences back to 1920s Healing Spring, the Ashe County Little Theatre will be holding auditions for their summer musical

 

Cowboy Race Set for Saturday
The Ashe County Friends of Agriculture and the N.C. Extension Office will present an afternoon of equestrian competition on Saturday, April 18, with the Extreme Mountain Cowboy Race at the Agriculture Expo Center in West Jefferon

 

 

Bluegrass, Storytelling Return to Todd General
Much like green leaves on trees, activity flocks to the small town of Todd with the arrival of warm weather.

 

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Student Art Celebrated at Arts Center
The work of Ashe County students will take over the gallery walls at the Ashe Arts Center in West Jefferson this week for the annual Young at Art show.



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Happy Tails Celebrating 28 Dog Years in West Jefferson
In January of 2005, self-professed animal lover B.J. Pim decided it was due time for someone to open a high-end pet supplies store in Ashe County.

 

 

Earth Day to be celebrated at Ashe Farmers' Market on Saturday
Last Saturday was opening day for the 2009 season at the Ashe County Farmers' Market.

 


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Farris to Sign New Children's Book on Saturday

For more than a decade, first grade teacher Judy Farris would occasionally take her golden retriever, Boo, to school and let her students read him.


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Zaloo's Canoes: Funny Name for Serious Fun
Without argument, one of the main attractions that brings visitors to Ashe County every summer is the New River and the diverse recreational opportunities that are connected to it.

 

 

Huskies Fall to 0-7 in MVC
North Wilkes Prevents Ashe Comeback

 


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