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Banner Elk PD still investigating rape

Banner Elk Police Department is still investigating an alleged rape near the campus of Lees-McRae.

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Stage One Water Shortage Conditions not letting up

Boone’s still in Stage 1 water shortage conditions- and Public Utilities director Rick Miller says it’s not going to let up anytime soon.


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Red Cross: A new Thanksgiving traditionRed Cross invites you to start a new Thanksgiving tradition.  Full Story
 
Caldwell suspect convicted of manslaughterA Conover suspect has been sentenced to over 125 months in prison after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter.
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My Nighttime Playground Obsession at Looking Glass GalleryLooking Glass Gallery in Appalachian State University’s Plemmons Student Union presents a new exhibit today through December 6.  Full Story
 
Banner Elk PD investigates Lees-McRae Rape

A female Lees-McRae student was allegedly the victim of stranger rape early Sunday.

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College of Education talks productive, town and university says

Out of nine possible sites, Appalachian State University has selected a location on Howard Street for the new College of Education.  

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Unemployment rate downNorth Carolina’s unemployment rate is down, data released yesterday indicates.
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$6,000 endowment for Nonfiction, library needs

Watauga County Library is making a few purchases- with the help of a $6,000 endowment fund.

 


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Catawba teen held for murder

A Catawba county teenager has been charged with murder.

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Open burn ban not letting up

A statewide open burning ban is still in effect- and local North Carolina Forest Service officer Rudy Johnson appreciates your cooperation.

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Cancer: Leading cause of death in NCHealth officials say heart disease is no longer the leading cause of death in North Carolina. 
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School buses may be equipped with seatbelts

New rules might allow school districts to use federal highway safety funds to equip school buses with seatbelts.

 


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Forum on Education Building today

Appalachian State University is holding an informational forum on the proposed location of its new College of Education Building.

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Richardson sets rushing record

img_1623.jpg Appalachian State University has a new career rushing record. 

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Football alumni ‘part of the family’

Kevin Richardson wasn’t the only one to get recognition at Saturday’s football game.

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ASU: Applications up 30 percent

It’s only November and already 8,579 rising freshmen have applied to Appalachian State University.

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18 percent fail driving test

One in six drivers would flunk their driver’s test if they had to take it today, a GMAC Insurance study released last week indicates.

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Ashe women to appear on Tyra Banks showTwo local women are scheduled to appear on the Tyra Banks Show tomorrow.  Full Story
 
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