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Boone Police: Party tips for the Fourth

Boone Police want everyone to have a safe and happy Independence Day. To make that happen, Boone Police will be performing routine patrols during the holiday.


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Firefighters still attacking lightning fires near Gorge162 people are currently in the gorge- battling fires that started from lightning strikes on June 8. 
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Boone Police seek help in break-ins

Boone Police are investigating various break-ins- and could use your help.

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Church thief removed bathroom window, deputies sayThe congregation arrived at Faith Revival Outreach Church on Old Highway 18 Sunday to find their sound console missing.
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Homes broken into before soldNew Generation Homes in Wilkes reported someone broke into three homes on their lot- before the homes were even sold.
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Tom Dooley does it again

For the seventh year in a row, Wilkes Playmakers presents Tom Dooley: A Wilkes County Legend. According to writer and director Karen Reynolds, it’s easy to see why crowds keep coming back.

 

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Firework shows: No place for man’s best friend

Firework Displays are no place to bring your pets, according to Avery County Humane Society’s Charlene Calhoun.


 

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4th of July in Newland: ‘You’re not going to get bored’Fourth of July festivities in Newland begin early. There’s a lot to do. Full Story
 
Banner Elk claims to have ‘best parade’

Independence Day in Banner Elk is not to be missed. 

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WHS grad signs with N.C. Central

Paris Brown, a 2007 graduate and former Watauga High School athlete, has signed with North Carolina Central University, a Division Two school, in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association. 

 

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Weekend thunderstorms do damage

While not as extensive as last week, weekend thunderstorms pounded the High Country, toppling branches and spreading brush on roadways. 

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Boone gears up for July 4 parade

Months of planning has gone into this year’s July 4th parade in Boone- and it’s almost here.

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Linville fires 95 percent contained

As of yesterday, the fires in the Linville Gorge Wilderness are 95 percent contained.

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Downtown gets Artsy

According to Downtown Boone Development Association head Tuesdae Rice, changes are coming.

 

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Hays man faces kidnapping chargeA Hays man faces a kidnapping charge after an early Friday morning incident. 
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Police say burglars removed the windows to get in restaurantUnknown thieves removed two front door windows to enter a family restaurant, according to police.  Full Story
 
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