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Candidates have filed- now it’s campaign time

Filing ended at noon today for candidates seeking municipal election.

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Avery A&H Fair Tractor Stolen

Newland Police are looking for the person or persons responsible for stealing a John Deere tractor and trailer belonging to the Avery A&H Fair.

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Dirt biker charged with DUI

            Boone Police charged a local man with DUI and reckless driving last night when he lost control of his dirt bike on Hwy 105, just off of Highland Ave. in Boone.

           

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Ashe preps for Relay

It’s a busy atmosphere right now at Ashe County High School.

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Boone fights water wasteLast night Boone Town Council took steps towards improving the town’s water situation by amending its water and sewer ordinance. Full Story
 
Fire Chiefs meeting set- More allegations could be on the agendaElk Park firefighters say the Avery County Fire Commission has overstepped its boundaries once again- this time in the form of what they allege is a criminal action. Full Story
 
Elk Motel owner addresses Boone CouncilWhile it was too late for a spot on the agenda, Floyd Garrison, owner of the Elk Motel appealed to Boone Town Council for a second time last night during the public comments portion of the meeting.
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Crank up your cauldrons- Harry Potter is hours away!Tonight’s the night- muggles and wizards alike await the midnight release of J.K. Rowling’s final installment in her acclaimed Harry Potter series: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Full Story
 
10-2 split in Anderson TrialJurors have been deliberating for over 30 hours in the first-degree murder trial of Sawmills dairy farmer Jerry Anderson. Full Story
 
Tot Lot could open MondayThe Tot Lot in Boone is coming right along- and could open as early as Monday, Stephen Poulos says. Full Story
 
ASU’s Koehn receives statewide community service awardJenny Koehn (CANE), community service coordinator of Appalachian State University’s ACT Office, received the statewide Professional of the Year Award from the North Carolina Campus Compact Community. Full Story
 
ASU Radio Alumnus speaks at InstituteSixteen broadcasting majors at Appalachian State University attended the inaugural Keller Radio Farm System Institute. Full Story
 
Graduate students explore Jimmy CarterTwo Appalachian State University graduate students recently spent time in Plains, Georgia, conducting an oral history project for the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site (JCNHS). Full Story
 
Arts and Crafts Festival at Banner Elk ElementaryThe Avery Banner Elk Chamber of Commerce Fine Art and Master Craft Festival is this weekend.

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Wine Festival at the River HouseReady your palettes- Saturday features a Wine Festival at the River House Country Inn and Restaurant in Grassy Creek from 1 to 5 p.m.

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‘Run for Home’Appalachian Regional Healthcare System is sponsoring “Run for Home” Saturday at the Broyhill Wellness Center in Boone. Full Story
 
Last chance to file!The filing deadline for municipal elections is noon today. Full Story
 
Man hit by tree is critical

A loader operator is in critical condition today after a tree fell on him near Ronda Town Hall.

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