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Buy a book, help the library

Friends of the Watauga County Public Library is sponsoring a used book sale at the Boone Mall tomorrow.

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Prison system needs 800 beds, officials say

While population growth in prisons has cooled, recent projections from the state Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission show space will continue to be a problem.

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Burr appeals for healthcare solution

North Carolina Senator Richard Burr appealed to Congress from a new care facility for the uninsured in Raleigh yesterday.

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Oil technology: Could be answer for wells

Oil drilling technology could be the solution for wells, dry due to the record setting drought.

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Man nabs cash drawer and runs, police say

A man is in custody today after an early morning incident at the Kangaroo Express on Blowing Rock Road in Boone.

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Smith hopes to bring Raleigh west

State Senator Fred Smith brought his gubernatorial campaign to Newland yesterday- offering free barbeque and exchanging ideas with Avery residents.

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Presnell tries to take his seat back

Smith wasn’t the only Republican campaigning in Avery County yesterday.

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Long Island detectives seek info in Lenoir man’s death

Detectives in Long Island, New York are still trying to figure out what happened to a Lenoir man found dead in a Nassau County parking lot Sunday.

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Church plans to rebuild

A church destroyed by fire last week is already making plans to rebuild.

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Snyder Murder Trial to happen this month

Tennessee murder suspect Stacey Snyder’s trial has been reset for February 26.

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Johnson County Airport gets Grant

Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen announced last week that a $60,000 Aeronautics Grant was approved for Johnson County Airport.

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Turnovers and Poor Shooting Down Lady Pioneers

Watauga falls out of Northwestern 4-A Tournament in first round for the 8th consecutive year. Next up: State Playoffs 


Watauga men play Tuesday night. 

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Businesses gear up for Presidents Day

Ski slopes and other attractions are hoping the rain will stave off long enough for a successful Presidents Day.

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Lenoir man found dead in New York

The body of a Lenoir man was discovered in a Long Island parking lot early Sunday.

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Avery Four charged in cocaine offenses

Three local law enforcement agencies worked together to apprehend four drug suspects last week.

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Former Mayor Honored

Former West Jefferson Mayor Dale Baldwin was honored last week by Governor Mike Easley. Baldwin was presented with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, one of the most prestigious awards in North Carolina.

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JAZZfest enters final week

It’s the final week of Appalachian State University’s JAZZfest.

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Spaghetti Supper Tomorrow

A spaghetti supper to benefit Victory Junction happens tomorrow from 5:30 to 8 p.m.

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Barack and Edwards meet: Still no endorsement

North Carolina’s former senator and presidential candidate John Edwards is still keeping mum about who he’ll endorse in the 2008 election.

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