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Art of Aging accepting Entries

The second annual Art of Aging Juried Art Competition hits Ashe County May 16.

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Flu could mean a trip to the doctor

Flu isn’t something to mess around with- at least that’s what High Country health officials say.

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The Parkway by Foot

Former ranger Tim Pegram, author of The Blue Ridge Parkway by Foot: A park ranger’s memoir has backpacked the parkway.

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Circle of Courage coming upGrandfather Home for Children is currently accepting reservations for its April 4 Circle of Courage presentation. Full Story
Obama campaign officials criticize N.C. Bill Clinton remarks

Remarks made by former president Bill Clinton during a visit to North Carolina this week have been met with criticism by advisors to contender Barack Obama.

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Watauga five win music honors

Five Watauga middle schoolers have been recognized for their musical accomplishments.

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Egg Scramble: a new High Country tradition

Saturday brings something to Moses Cone Manor that kids can get excited about.


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BREMCO Phone ProblemsBlue Ridge Electric Membership Corporation is having issues with its phone line. Full Story
North Carolina Weekend in Blowing Rock

Saturday Blowing Rock is getting a visitor: Deborah Holt from UNC-TV’s North Carolina Weekend.

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Code Red tests resourcesWatauga County tested its emergency resources yesterday when its Sheriff’s Office was contacted just before 11 a.m. about a missing child. Full Story
Western NC featured in scenic drive guide

Western North Carolina is featured in four scenic drives as part of a major tourism map produced collaboratively by the National Geographic Society, the Appalachian Regional Commission and the N.C. Commerce Department’s Division of Tourism, Film & Sports Development.

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Blowing Rock Visitor Center’s Cham wins Award

An employee in the Blowing Rock Visitor Center is this year’s winner of the North Carolina Travel Industry Association Silver Service Award for Exceptional Visitor Service.

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Campus Radio Studio NamedAppalachian State University’s Board of Trustees has approved naming the WASU-FM radio broadcast studio for alumnus Wayne Sumner of Boone. Full Story
39 years, still no closure for Reed

Wilkes County’s Danny Reed was 17-years-old the night his brother was shot in the kitchen of a Fleetwood home.


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Traumatic Brain Injuries: The "silent epidemic"

Governor Mike Easley has proclaimed March Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month.

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Flu a presence in the High CountryFlu is still making its way through the High Country. 
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Playwright speaks tonight

Accomplished writer Jo Carson presents a reading tonight in the Table Rock Room of the Plemmons Student Union on the Appalachian State University Campus.

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Break-ins, jewelry theft, Crimestoppers alerts

Watauga County Crimestoppers is asking for your help.

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Obama speaks to military familiesDemocratic presidential contender Barack Obama spoke to military families near Fort Bragg yesterday, saying the Iraq war has left the United States less safe. 
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