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Parties look ahead to Election

With today’s primary in New Hampshire, the nation’s abuzz with election talk.

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Burr goes to New HampshireNorth Carolina Senator Richard Burr is in New Hampshire today supporting Republican presidential candidate John McCain. Burr attended a rally last night.
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Special Olympics end with Dancing

Last night in Blowing Rock was a time for awarding achievement: a time for celebration.

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Road rage causes 321 accidentTroopers say road rage led to a three-vehicle pile up that delayed traffic yesterday on U.S. 321 for over an hour.  Full Story
UPDATE: System Glitch causes DMV to cease issuing licensesA glitch in the national system caused the state Division of Motor Vehicles to stop issuing all driver’s licenses and identification cards.
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Avery County High School announces Exam Schedule

Avery County High School announced its 2007 Fall Exam Schedule.

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Breitenstein commits to ASU rivalWatauga High School senior Eric Breitenstein has orally committed to play football at Wofford College. Full Story
A Day of Downhill Competition

138 athletes from across the state are in the High Country today.

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Man stabs Wilkesboro man, police say

A stabbing suspect was apprehended in Morganton Friday evening.

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North Wilkesboro blaze blamed on Cigarette

Fire investigators say a cigarette caused a fatal fire in North Wilkesboro last week.

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Red Cross assists Hickory family after Saturday blazeThe American Red Cross is assisting a Hickory family this week after a Saturday blaze devastated their home.
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Height of Flu season: Get vaccinated

It’s the height of flu season, and, once again, the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases wants to remind you to get vaccinated.

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Grant will help “High School to College” project

The Western North Carolina Network for Access and Success housed at Appalachian State University received $35,000 from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation.

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Polar Plunge AnnouncedAshe County Parks and Recreation announced the date of its first inaugural Polar Plunge at Ashe County Park. Full Story
Watauga starts to think Election

It’s never too early to think about the 2008 elections.

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Watauga Narcotics release Report: 277 drug chargesWatauga County Sheriff's Office's Narcotics Division released a report yesterday summarizing its progress in 2007.
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Special Olympics Winter Games to hit Appalachian Ski Mountain

A unique event hits the High Country this weekend: The Special Olympics North Carolina Winter Games.

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3 Granite Falls buildings burn: Cause undeterminedThe State Bureau of Investigations has joined local authorities in investigating a blaze that destroyed three businesses in Granite Falls early yesterday. 
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"Trap" held on $50,000 secured bondA man knows as “Trap” on the street has been charged by Lenoir Police officers.
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