Health officials advise calm amid
While swine flu is dominating headlines, the disease still seems
to be a long way from the Boone area.
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back to Boone; Peterson returns to ASU
Sometimes, a coach can have two tours of duty at one school.
Expo launches May 5
Farmers Market opens
The Watauga County Farmers Market is kicking off its 35th
season on Saturday, with local green
effort provides cell phones for needy
Nearly 4,000 Watauga County residents may be eligible
for a free cellular phone
Weekend comes to The Mountain Times
Mountain Times Publications is going national--at least
for a new weekend supplement.
rate trends downward in Watauga Co.
Most regional counties still recording double-digit rates
jobs available for youth ages 16 to 24
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act the
federal stimulus program
at Four program faces possible cuts
With the North Carolina Senates adopted budget cutting
$40 million from the More at Four program,
the local school system could lose staff
for Paws steps out for Humane Society
As a start to the celebration of its 40th anniversary year,
the Watauga Humane Society is hosting a dance featuring
local DJ Keith Richardson
Scuares moves to MTN
MTN might not make a very good word to scramble,
but it seems to be
a good fit for Sqrambled Scuares.
Hardin Park School hosts conservation day
at the OASIS celebrates seven years
One of the areas largest non-profit service organizations,
Opposing Abuse with Services
'Legends help open ball
The gloves were a little stiff and the bats a little
dusty, but Wataugas all-time all-stars added sparkle
to the countys newest diamonds Thursday.
They clean up with a little help from their Friends
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