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Gray Water allowed

 Gray water, or water used to bathe or wash dishes, can now be recycled to water flowers and trees, state health officials say. 

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WHS: Snow QuitsWatauga High School football Coach Adrian Snow turned in his resignation today. Full Story
Kiwanis Club takes the Bee

The annual Boone Area Chamber of Commerce Spelling Bee for Grown-ups meant the difference between those who could spell and those who could use a refresher course.

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Internet Scam reaches Watauga

A Scam has reached Watauga’s cyber space. Deputies are getting reports of SPAM e-mails that prey on recipients’ fears.

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Lawing makes TV

Injured Burke Detective Martin Lawing already has enough on-line votes to officially be a finalist in the “America’s Most Wanted” All-Star Contest.

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Ski Season Slopes Off

Ski season is already over at two local ski resorts: Beech Mountain and Hawksnest.

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Local playwright makes Barter Theatre

A new play by local playwright Derek Davidson opened yesterday at the Barter Theatre in Abingdon, Virginia. 

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Heater theft, break-in: Crimestoppers Alerts

Watauga County Crimestoppers is asking for your help.

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Easley asks for water power

Governor Mike Easley unveiled proposals yesterday that would give him more power to control local water use.

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Survey says Neal’s ahead

A new survey shows Democratic candidate Jim Neal ahead of State Senator Kay Hagan in the Senate race.

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Unemployment rate moves up

North Carolina’s unemployment rate increased to 4.9 percent in January, the Associated Press reports. 4.9 matches the nationwide rate. 

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Gubernatorial candidate says NC should sue US over immigration

Former Supreme Court justice and current Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Orr says that, if elected, he will pursue legal action against the federal government where immigration costs are concerned. 

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Pioneer Baseball & Broadcast Schedule

What does a parade and the weather have in common this week for the Pioneer baseball team and for our broadcast?

Both will cause shifting in the schedule. Full Story
Pioneer Baseball Blows Out FreedomPioneer bats open up to put mercy rule in effect. Full Story
Wildcat Lake: Almost Back

Wildcat Lake is making a comeback. 

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Wilkesboro woman faces child abuse charges

 Wilkesboro Police have charged a Purlear woman with abusing a child at the Lowes Foods supermarket on U.S. 421.

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Foxx appointed to House Page Board

Fifth District Congressman Virginia Foxx announced her appointment to the House Page Board yesterday.

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Blood Drive Wednesday

The Watauga Chapter of the American Red Cross is having a blood drive at Green Valley School from 1:30 to 6 p.m.

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Easley to make Drought Legislation AnnouncementGovernor Mike Easley is expected to make an announcement about his legislative proposals on the statewide drought today at 10:30 a.m.  Full Story
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