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Communications tower has new home

Watauga County is moving the Tater Hill Communications Tower to Buckeye Mountain- a process the fire marshal’s office says should be complete by the end of next week.

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Christmas Bus features Christie JamesBlowing Rock Stage Company’s The Christmas Bus has one more weekend in the High Country.  Full Story
Over 3,000 food stamp cases fraudulent- less than one percentOver 3,000 foot stamp recipients statewide use invalid or ineligible Social Security numbers. All in all, that only amounts to an error rate of less than one percent.
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Woazeah suspended- College Football career over

Mountaineer Cornerback Justin Woazeah’s Appalachian football career ended today as Coach Jerry Moore suspended him for breaking a team rule.

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AppalCART schedule changes

Fall semester at Appalachian State University officially ended with yesterday’s exams.

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Governor bets on Mountaineer victory

Governor Mike Easley has Mountaineer fever- and he’s willing to bet on his team, literally.

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Mountaineer Fever hits Retailers

Governors and ticket scalpers aren’t the only ones with Mountaineer fever.

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Two players left behind: Still no official wordWhile rumor mills have been circulating, there’s no official reason given for why the Mountaineer football team left behind two of its own. 
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Allegations made: Caldwell teacher’s aide not identified

A Caldwell County teaching assistant and bus drive has resigned after accusations of “inappropriate touching” of a student.

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Toys for Tots celebrates 60 years

The Marine Corps knows how you can get into the holiday spirit.


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Christmas tree bill passes committeeA bill that recognizes the importance of the Christmas tree industry to the U.S. economy passed the House Agriculture Committee yesterday. 
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Hickory remains identified

Skeletal remains discovered in a wooded area behind the Hickory Wal-Mart last summer belonged to a Hickory-area homeless man, pathologists say.

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Drought continues, Governor says conserve

Governor Mike Easley could cap water use in some towns and cities if the stateide drought worsens.

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What would you do?What would you do? make the choice. Don't look for a punch line, there isn't one. Read it anyway. My question is: Would you have made the same choice? Full Story
Some Hens Can’t Fly

As excitement for Friday’s sold-out FCS National Championship game between Appalachian State and Delaware heats up, so have some Delaware tempers.

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Two Mountaineers: Left Behindwoazeah.jpgchrisjohnson.jpgASU football coach Jerry Moore has no comment on incidents behind a decision to leave two players in Boone. 
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Mountaineers in Chattanooga Appalachian State University’s Mountaineer football team is in Chattanooga.  Full Story
Bomb Squad called to Junaluska Road

Boone Police Officers and the Wilkes County Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Unit’s Bomb Squad discovered what could be explosives in a home on Junaluska Road in Boone.

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MADD Chapter Interest Meeting tonight

Mothers Against Drunk Driving may be coming to Boone.

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