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Rep. Phillip Frye to plead guilty to Christmas Eve DWI

Republican State Representative Phillip Frye plans to plead guilty to driving while impaired on Christmas Eve.

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Foxx again under fire for bulk mailThe Associated Press reports U.S. House members spent $20.3 million in tax money last year to send mail to constituents.
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Colds capture High Country: Be prepared

In case you haven’t heard, a cold’s going around.

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Hickory man shot over cellphone

An argument over a cell phone turned violent Wednesday, according to Hickory Police.

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Food Lion Bust still InvestigatedPolice still aren’t giving out details regarding a drug bust that happened last week near Food Lion on U.S. 421.
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Light is installed at West Jefferson intersection

A traffic light is being installed in West Jefferson at the intersection of U.S. 221 Business and Mount Jefferson Road. 

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North Carolina: 6th fastest growing stateCensus bureau statistics released this week say North Carolina is the 6th fastest growing state in the nation.  Full Story
 
Community stepping up, Red Cross needs more

Since last month, the community has donated over $2,000 to the Caldwell branch of the American Red Cross.  

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Watauga drivers play it safe during holidays

With holiday traffic dying down, state troopers have had time to evaluate High Country holiday driving.

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American Red Cross needs Help

The American Red Cross is having a tough time in Caldwell County. 

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Pepsi vandal case closed without arrestThe case of a soda machine theft in Wilkesboro has been closed- without any arrests. 
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Official 2008 North Carolina Travel Guide Released

The official, free 2008 North Carolina Travel Guide is available as of yesterday.

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Governor continues conservation plea

Governor Mike Easley continues his conservation plea this week as he calls for homeowners to stop using lawn sprinklers.


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Unemployment rate for disabled 10 times more than national rateThe Charlotte Observer released a report yesterday that shows the unemployment rate for people with disabilities is 44.2 percent, almost 10 times as much as the overall national unemployment rate. 
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Education Building Debate to continue at Hearing

Appalachian State University and the Boone Town Council are still at odds over the location of a proposed College of Education building.

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Hudson family without a home for Christmas

A Hudson family lost their home late Saturday in a fire.

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Shoppers to hit the storesThe day after Thanksgiving may start the holiday shopping season- but that doesn’t mean the day after Christmas won’t pack a punch.
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Burning ban means no burning treesOfficials don’t know when a statewide burn ban will be lifted- but don’t think it will be in time to burn leftover Christmas trees. Full Story
 
321 widening project continues, slowly

The 321 widening project is progressing, but slower than officials had hoped.

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