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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Show Both Safe and Successful at Ashe Park
Ashe County Park was teeming with people by mid-afternoon
on Saturday, July 4, as thousands of people filled the
park to enjoy music
Officials, Volunteers Search for Water-Quality Clues Through
In a week-long quest that began on Monday, July 6, state
biologists, park rangers and volunteers waded into the
New River in search of Eastern Hellbenders
Officer Minton Cleared in Fatal Shooting of Wilkes County
An investigation conducted by the North Carolina State
Bureau of Investigation, concluded that North Carolina
Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) Law Enforcement
Officer Mark Minton was justified in the fatal shooting
of 77-year old Clyde Coffey
Make Quick Work of July 6 Agenda
The Ashe County Board of County Commissioners met in regular
session Monday, July 6, with a light but important agenda
of items to work through.
Here's My Point: Keep Talkin'
It never fails to surprise or delight me how politicians
these days keep stepping on their tongues.
Your Dollars While Clothes Shopping
Most people like to update their wardrobe every now and
then, or even just add a few new staples to your sturdy
News of the
Center Opens Quilt, Pottery Gallery Show
Three-dimensional works of art will fill the space typically
reserved for flatter works of art such as paintings or
pictures this week as the Ashe Arts Center
Gallery Crawl Returns to West Jefferson on Friday
Art fans will once again take to the streets of
West Jefferson on the second Friday night of the next five
months to enjoy the Gallery Crawl.
in July Festival Deemed a Success
Thousands of people strolled along the streets of downtown
West Jefferson on Saturday
Builders comes to Boone for 10th anniversary
In the summer of 1999, several church youth groups from
Georgia traveled to Boone as a pilot project for Kingdom
Open Ashe Valley Produce in West Jefferson
When they lived across the street from the Cape Hatteras
Lighthouse, Chris and Tracy Latta used to dream of retiring
to the mountains.
Show Livestock at Ag Expo Center
Approximately three dozen youth from all over western
North Carolina made the trip to West Jefferson on the
Fourth of July
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