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Watauga Wins 1st Title in 26 Years

Watauga High School won a share of the Western 4A Conference title, its first in 26 years, Friday evening as the Pioneers bested A.C. Reynolds of Asheville, 25-13. Watauga led throughout, getting on the board as Eric Breitenstein galloped 59 yards for Watauga's first score midway through the first quarter. The Pioneers never looked back, taking a 20-0 lead into the halftime intermission, and coasting in the second half.

 

 

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Local fire departments honoredThe Boone Sunrise Rotary Club honored two fire departments at this morning’s Wakeup Watauga Breakfast at the Dan’l Boone Inn.
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Victim’s business legit, Deputy says

While deputies say a business transaction likely led to last month’s shooting death of Jonathan Whitmore, Detective Steve Cabe says Whitmore is not being accused of any illegal activity.

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900 impaired drivers off the streets

Thanks to state and local law enforcement, 900 impaired drivers will think twice before driving drunk again in North Carolina.


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2 fugitives, 2 days= Optimum cooperation

Robert Randall DeLuca’s capture marks the second Tennessee fugitive caught within a two-day time span.

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Two-state chase leads to DeLuca captureA police chase late last night led to the arrest of Johnson County fugitive Robert Randall DeLuca. Full Story
 
Johnson County Fugitive Caught

mugshot.jpg48-year-old Robert Randall DeLuca is back in custody.

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West Jefferson ABC Store Up and Running

The voters approved it in March- but it wasn’t until yesterday that West Jefferson’s first ever ABC store opened its doors.


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One-stop off and running- but turnout sparse

One-stop voting is going on through tomorrow- and, in Watauga, the turnout has been steady, Board of Elections director Jane Hodges says.


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Farm City Award Winners named

Watauga County’s Farm City Banquet was a place for winners last night, and here are some of the highlights.


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Easley says again, Conserve

Governor Mike Easley called on all citizens yesterday, including those who rely on private wells, to continue to conserve water.

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Noel not expected to soothe droughtOn a related note, Tropical Storm Noel is forecasted to pass well offshore of North Carolina’s Outer Banks. 
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Rainfall is up at GrandfatherDespite the statewide drought, rainfall at Grandfather Mountain was high for the month of October.
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Casa Rustica serves Spaghetti for StudentsBoone’s Casa Rustica Restaurant is opening its doors early this Sunday for a Spaghetti Fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Investigation led to Durham, deputies sayDeputies say an October murder just outside North Wilkesboro was a consequence of a bad business transaction. Full Story
 
Alleged armed pizza thief caught in Watauga

Watauga deputies caught a man Tennessee authorities believe robbed a Mountain City pizza store at gunpoint.


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Whitmore murder: Suspect apprehended

Wilkes authorities say they know who’s responsible for the shooting death of North Wilkesboro’s Jonathan Whitmore.

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Lodges at Elkmont: Still no comment

The Lodges at Elkmont still has no official comment about an incident that left a 16-year-old seriously injured Monday.


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Lenoir mayor may have competition

Initially, incumbent Lenoir mayor David Barlow had it in the bag.

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