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Local businesses face fines for "Prohibited Pruning"

Some local businesses could have to pay thousands of dollars worth of fines for violating a ‘prohibited pruning’ ordinance.

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McCrory wants to "change the culture of an arrogant government"

May 6 primaries are coming up, and gubernatorial candidates like Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory are making their appeals to High Country residents.

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ASU Dance Concert features Seven New Pieces

The Appalachian State University Department of Theatre and Dance presents its Appalachian Dance Ensemble spring concert tonight through April 5 at 8 p.m. in Farthing Auditorium.

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File taxes to get refund

It’s the first week of April, which means that, in order to get your tax refund, taxes need to be filed in the next two weeks.

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Rape suspect has previous charges

54-year-old rape suspect Steven Wayne Powers is no stranger to deputies and police officers.

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Going on now: Search warrant executed on Wood Circle(9:30 a.m.) Boone Police Department have officers at a residence on Wood Circle serving a search warrant. Full Story
Rape suspect sought

Boone Police are looking for a man they say raped a woman Sunday at a location on Blowing Rock Road. Officers arrived on scene at around 10 a.m.

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Obama gets Boone headquarters

Updated: Yesterday local blogsite reported that the Obama ’08 crew was hoping to open an office in Boone if they could find a good location.

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Wilkes continues to investigate church crimes

Authorities in Wilkes continue to investigate two church crimes that happened in the past week.

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Burning ban lifted yesterday, caution still urged

A statewide burning ban was lifted yesterday.

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Faculty Recital Concert Tonight

Appalachian State University plans to present “An Evening of Chamber Music for Strings, Winds and Piano” tonight at 8 p.m. in the Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert.

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ASU researchers to study Quercetin

Appalachian State University researchers are looking for subjects to participate in testing that should help them understand the health benefits of quercetin, a substance that reduces illness and helps maintain mental performance.

Full Story announces new section adds a new section today: News Extras.

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Ban lifted at NoonOfficials lifted a statewide burning ban at noon today. Full Story
Clinton talks tax cuts, car batteries

Husband of democratic contender Hillary Clinton, former President Bill Clinton was in Hickory Friday.

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Authorities seek two local teens

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Authorities in Watauga and Caldwell each have a missing teenager case on their hands.


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Still talking about ASU noose incident

If our comment boards and Saturday’s Winston Salem Journal are any indication, people are still talking about a noose discovered on Appalachian State University’s campus in February.

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Incarcerated parents connect with their kidsThanks to a special program put on at New Life Baptist Church Saturday, some local inmate parents got to spend time with their kids. 
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Marker honors Poet LaureateMarker honors Poet Laureate Community members gathered last week to honor the late former North Carolina poet laureate James Larkin Pearson.  Full Story
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