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Armanti Leads Apps over Richmond, 55-35; Showdown For the Crown Vs. DelawareQuarterback Armanti Edwards, with an NCAA record-setting 313 rushing yards, lead the Appalachian State Mountaineers to a 55-35 win over the University of Richmond Spiders Friday evening in front of over 24,000 fans at Kidd Brewer Stadium.  The Mountaineers will face the Blue Hens of the University of Delaware in the title game next Friday evening in Chattanooga. Full Story
Santa’s helpers sing in front of Mast

Santa's helpers take carol requests. You’ll find a crowd of Santa's helpers in front of the Mast General Store on King Street in Boone- including a few radio personalities.

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Joe Howell's Store 'Gutted'

A fire called in just after 4 a.m. this morning destroyed a local landmark: Joe Howell’s Store on Highway 19-E in Avery County, Sheriff Kevin Frye says.

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Ski Season is HereSki Season has finally kicked off.
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Update – SBI Investigates Joe Howell’s Store Fire

The State Burea of Investigations is now looking into this morning’s fire at Joe Howell's Store on Highway 19-E in Avery County.

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Trees for Troops trucks to Camp LeJeuneTrees for Troops sends its final shipment today at Cline Church Nursery on Highway 221 in Fleetwood. Full Story
Boone preps for Mountaineer semi-finals

The Appalachian Mountaineers face off against the Richmond Spiders tonight in a semi-final game that will determine who goes to Chattanooga for the national championships.

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Senator receives Lifetime Achievement Award

 U.S. Senator Elizabeth Dole received the Lifetime Achievement Award from Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety yesterday. 

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Cold weather means keep pets in

Avery County Humane Society director Alice Sudderth hopes the cold will inspire you to keep your pets inside.

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ASU faculty member receives national awardJennifer Snodgrass, assistant professor in the Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State University, has received the National Collegiate Outstanding Advisor Award
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Faculty member on C-SPAN2An associate professor in the Department of History at Appalachian State University will be featured on the “Book TV” program on C-SPAN2 on Saturday. Full Story
New NC Community College President NamedScott Ralls has been named the next president of North Carolina’s community college system. 
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Early morning break-ins: Murphy’s and Custom MufflerEarly this morning two businesses were damaged when someone forcibly entered through a door.
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Double homicide suspect found in Watauga

Watauga County deputies apprehended a double homicide suspect from Yadkin County this week.

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Murder for Hire Postmaster has Avery Ties

Avery County Sheriff’s deputies joined a group of federal agents representing the Postal Inspections, ATF and the FBI yesterday in searching land and buildings belonging to “murder for hire” suspect David Willis.

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Watauga seeks planning input

Watauga County is developing a new plan, and a series of community meetings should help officials decide where the county is going.

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String of break-ins: Be on alertSheriff Len Hagaman wants Deep Gap residents to be on extra alert after a string of home break-ins. 
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Missing person leads to four arrests and cocaine

Four people were apprehended in Lenoir after a Caldwell woman was reported missing.

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Still no answers in suspicious deathWatauga County Sheriff’s Office still has no new information on the unexplained death of a 50-year-old woman in Blowing Rock last week.
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