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High Country United Way to Fund Agencies

The High Country United Way is now accepting applications for programs for the fiscal year 2015-2016.  We seek proposals that meet the goals identified by our Community Impact Visioning Councils as well as those that continue to meet basic and emergency needs. Full Story

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SAT Prep Class Offered at Appalachian

Registration is now open for the AppState Office of Conference and Camp Services SAT Preparation Program. This course is offered in Boone prior to the College Board May 2 test date at Watauga High School. Students can choose the course that best fits spring schedules. For 2015, this Full Story

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New Craft Enrichment Classes at ASU in February and March

A variety of community craft classes are beginning in February and March on the campus of Appalachian State University. Craft Enrichment at Appalachian State offers affordable classes taught by regionally known craft artists. These programs are open to everyone interested. Below is a list of classes starting soon: Full Story

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WHS Tech Teams Quaify for State

Two teams of Watauga High School students won awards at the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Qualifying Tournament at ASU on Saturday and will advance to the state tournament at NC A&T University in Greensboro on February 14th. The two teams competed under the names of Team 8190 Full Story

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Four CCC&TI Art Student's Art to Raleigh

Four art pieces by Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute students will become part of the North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) permanent art collection in Raleigh, N.C.
Since 1998, the NCCCS office has sponsored an annual exhibition of artwork submitted by Full Story

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