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Sigmon promises no endorsements

Incumbent 10th District Republican Representative Patrick McHenry may have secured his bid to keep his seat, but he didn’t secure an endorsement from his challenger, Lance Sigmon.

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Second graders to celebrate trees

Tomorrow marks Boone’s annual Arbor Day celebration at Daniel Boone Gardens. Town officials expect to have company.

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Pit bulls face Euthanasia

The majority of nearly 80 pit bull terriers confiscated by Caldwell County Animal Control face euthanasia, authorities say.

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"Wait is hard on anybody," Seven Devils Shooting: Still waiting

An inquiry into a January 9th officer-involved shooting is still awaiting autopsy results, officials say.

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Tax collections up statewide

Officials said yesterday that April tax collections have produced more revenue than expected for North Carolina.

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Perdue nails endorsement, looks ahead

Canvassing hasn’t even taken place yet and already gubernatorial candidates are looking ahead to November elections.

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Obama, Perdue take Primary

North Carolina’s primary shattered statewide voter turnout records yesterday when over 2.1 million people hit the polls.

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Carter pleased to "be part of history"

Unofficial results show victory for 5th district Democratic contender Roy Carter.

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Hagan’s not afraid of Dole

Last night proved victorious for state Senator Kay Hagan.

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Futrelle takes Moretz’ spot

In the Watauga County Commission race Tim Futrelle overcame fellow Democrat Doug McGuinn, 4,215 votes to 1,930 votes

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Hicks ousts Pittman in Avery County Commission Race

In Avery County, Martha Jayne Hicks took the Commissioners race by storm.

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McHenry on top

Incumbent Republican Representative Patrick McHenry was able to defend his nomination yesterday, earning 32,610 votes to challenger Lance Sigmon’s 16,236.

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Ashe voters send tax packing

Ashe County voters crushed a proposed land transfer tax when they hit the polls yesterday.

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Boone holds Spring public hearing

The town of Boone hosts its quarterly public hearing for spring Thursday at the Council Chambers on Blowing Rock Road.

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Carter takes the race(updated: 11:15p.m.) Unofficial results show victory for 5th district Democratic contender Roy Carter. Full Story
Obama projected state winner, Futrelle defeats McGuinn

Unofficial results are coming in for Primaries: 2008.

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What’s your take on Primary 08?

Aisling Broadcasting wants to know your take on the 2008 primaries.


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Boone gets $1 million to fund Inter-connection

The Boone-Blowing Rock Water Inter-Connection project got a financial push today.

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Primary turnout 'light,' Watauga says


(Last update: 11 a.m.) Primary polls opened at 6:30 a.m. Watauga Board of Elections officials tell us turnout today has been “light” for a presidential election, but much heavier than it was last year.


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