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Third home invasion suspect turns self in

The third suspect in a Saturday home invasion has been apprehended.

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V is for…

Vagina Monologues premieres tonight at 8 p.m. in the Grandfather Mountain Ballroom..

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Fitness goes "Extreme"

Extreme Fitness on Highway 105 just got a makeover.

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Barbecue’s on Smith

Monday, barbecue’s on gubernatorial candidate Senator Fred Smith.

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Unidentified Thieves hit Caldwell CVS Stores

Deputies say two suspects stole almost $2,000 worth of CVS products during at least four larcenies and they’re asking for your help in identifying the couple.

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Gas Chambers will not be outlawed

New rules approved by the North Carolina Board of Agriculture yesterday will allow animal shelters to continue using gas chambers for euthanasia, but with guidelines, the Associated Press Reports.

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Burning Ban Back OnA Statewide Burning Ban goes into effect at noon tomorrow. 
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Deputies find "rooms of stolen property"

A Wilkes family faces multiple charges after a Monday search warrant yielded what deputies are calling a “massive” amount of stolen property.


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General Assembly up and running, no explanation given

General Assembly announced its Beaver Creek Plant is operational again, but offered no explanation for why it closed last week.


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Beaver Creek Plant closes, 45 people look for jobsIt’s the talk of Ashe County: 45 High Country residents are looking for new careers after General Assembly’s Beaver Creek plant shut down last week.
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Heart Breakfast: Better than breakfast in bed

Instead of breakfast in bed, treat your spouse to a Heart Breakfast this Valentine’s Day.

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Men can’t blame cavemen, author says

Appalachian State University Professor Martha McCaughey is having a good year.

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Nazi Camps: WHS teacher offers unique perspective

Watauga High School teacher Jesse Stollings’ love of history led him to interview some unique figures: the soldiers themselves who liberated Nazi Camps at the close of World War II.

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Easley waits to endorseNorth Carolina Democratic Governor Mike Easley has yet to endorse a presidential candidate. 
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DMV glitch repairedA glitch in the computer system caused a few delays at the DMV yesterday. 
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Crime spree leads to charges for Newland man

penfield.jpg Deputies say a weekend crime spree ended early Monday with the arrest of Newland’s Leland Penfield.

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Updated: And they’re off: Filing Begins

Filing for local and state candidacy began yesterday at noon and continues through February 29.

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Rep. Phillip Frye files for re-election despite DWI charge

North Carolina Representative Phillip Frye filed for reelection Monday in Spruce Pine, just over two months after being charged with driving while impaired.

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Firefighters thwart spread at 32 acresIt took most of yesterday, but a Wilkes fire dubbed the “Acorn Fire” was contained at 32 acres in Summit Ridge.  Full Story
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