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Crimestoppers seek Gun thieves

Watauga County Crimestoppers is looking for information on those responsible for two separate gun thefts. 


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Yesterday broke daily high: 56 degrees on GrandfatherYesterday’s unseasonably warm weather broke a daily high temperature record at the official U.S. Weather Service reporting station  Full Story
 
Wait increases for Driver’s License

Thanks to a federal law meant to ensure that illegal immigrants don’t receive driver’s licenses, the wait to get a driver’s license will increase.

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Despite Law, Retirement Benefits Kept PublicDespite the wording of a new state law, details of retirement benefits of state workers should be publicly available through the State Treasurer's Office, North Carolina's Attorney General Roy Cooper said yesterday.
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Avery Vikings Get Wins On The Road.Avery County Vikings bring home a pair of wins. On the road again this Wednesday to face Ashe County. Full Story
 
Pioneer Men and Women Make History On Home Court.

History set at Lentz-Eggers Gym in Boone, as one mark takes 10 years to reach again.

New team and school records set by Pioneer men in route to a blowout win.

 

 

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$20,000 worth of Cocaine seized

8_oz_2_small.jpg Watauga County Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Division and Special Tactics and Response (STAR) teamed up to take down a vehicle alleged to be involved in cocaine trafficking on February 2.


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Property damage up, vehicle break-ins down

Watauga County Sheriff’s Office released new crime statistics for 2007.


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Full House to hear Steinem speak

It was standing room only last night in the 1735 seat-Farthing Auditorium in Boone thanks to visiting lecturer and feminist icon Gloria Steinem.

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Mardi Gras: How will you celebrate?Mardi Gras isn’t just a holiday in New Orleans. 
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Watauga for collisions, Avery for Tractor-Trailer Deaths: Dangerous N.C. Counties

AAA Carolinas released a report naming the most dangerous counties for drivers. Both Watauga and Avery counties made the cut.

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Social Security Scam ReportedA new scam involving Social Security cards has been reported in Wilkes County and elderly residents should be on alert.
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Wilkes Express YMCA Ribbon Cutting FridayThe New Wilkes Express YMCA in North Wilkesboro is already exceeding expectations. 
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Low cost online tax filing options come to NCTaxpayers in North Carolina will have more options this year for filing their tax returns online for free or at a minimal charge through the state Department of Revenue’s expanded electronic services program.  Full Story
 
U.S. 321: Not wide enoughConstruction on U.S. 321 is still going on- and it looks like it’s going to continue past its scheduled August completion date. 
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Warm spell breaks records January 7 and 8Grandfather Mountain released weather data for the month of January yesterday.  Full Story
 
$300K for foreclosure counselors

Two state agencies have announced they will pay reputable nonprofit foreclosure councilors to help North Carolinians keep their homes.

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Steinem comes to ASU

Gloria Steinem: Library of Congress

“Without leaps of imagination, or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all, is a form of planning.”

Those are the words of feminist activist Gloria Steinem.

Tonight the High Country can hear the icon in person.

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Giants stomp the PatriotsThe New York Giants broke the New England Patriot winning streak in last night’s Super Bowl contest- and the High Country was out en force.  Full Story
 
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