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ASU expands to Hickory, hopes to help regional economy

Tomorrow marks the realization of a goal four years in the making.

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Town and ASU to make Interconnect official

Boone Mayor Loretta Clawson and Appalachian State University Chancellor Kenneth Peacock will sign water and sewer agreements between the Town and ASU today at 11 a.m. at Town Hall.

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Foxx website wins awardThe Congressional Management Foundation recognized 2007’s best websites in Congress yesterday.  Full Story
An Artful way to spend an Evening

Watauga Arts Council has a way to keep warm and have a good time.

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Roy Cooper, MySpace reach an agreement

North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper and attorneys general from New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Ohio and New York announced yesterday social networking site MySpace has upped its defenses against sexual predators.

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Easley says take actionAt yesterday’s Emergency Water Shortage Response Planning Workshop in Greensboro, Governor Mike Easley told water system managers from the state’s 30 most vulnerable communities to take certain actions now
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MySpace to up defenses against Sexual has reached an agreement with North Carolina and 44 other states to add measures to combat sexual predators.
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Take the plunge

Winterfest 2008 kicks off in Blowing Rock in a very cold way: The Polar Plunge.

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Helping you quit

Watauga-based Coordinator of the Northwest Tobacco Prevention Coalition Terri Vandyke says now’s the time to quit tobacco.

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Hudson-Cajah Mountain Road to openHudson-Cajah Mountain Road should reopen this week after being closed for the last four months. 
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The Childrens Hour to hit Ashe

Tonight marks the open auditions for Ashe County Little Theatre’s spring performance of Lillian Hellman’s classic, The Children’s Hour.

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January is Mentoring Month

Governor Mike Easley issued a proclamation Friday naming January Mentoring Month.

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Easley to address water shortageGovernor Mike Easley plans to address the Emergency Water Shortage Response Planning Workshop today. 
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Uniform security standards for driver’s licenses established

In an effort to ensure illegal aliens cannot obtain licenses and strengthen national security, Congress passed the REAL ID Act last week.

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Watauga Wins At the Buzzer

Local High School Basketball Scores




Watauga 85 A.C. Reynolds 83

Polk 63 Avery 43




A.C. Reynolds 64 Watauga 52

Avery 69 Polk 55 

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Estes guilty, faces life in prisonNewland murder suspect Gloria Hughes Estes was found guilty today of the first-degree murder of Samuel Joe Roberson. 
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SBI says Foscoe Shooting Investigation is ongoing

Officials with the State Department of Justice say a State Bureau of Investigations query into an officer involved shooting in Foscoe Wednesday night is ongoing.

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Democrats get testy at forum

Democratic gubernatorial candidates Lt. Gov. Beverly Perdue and State Treasurer Richard Moore’s back and forth debate dominated last night’s UNC-TV gubernatorial forum.

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Task force taking steps to fight Ashe Homelessness

Ashe County Department of Social Services may get some help, thanks to the new Homelessness Awareness Task Force.

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