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‘Volunteering is Heart Work’It’s time for the 5th annual Volunteer Fest. This year’s theme is “Volunteering is Heart Work.” 
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State still in droughtAll of North Carolina is still listed under exceptional, extreme or severe drought, U.S. Drought Monitor officials said yesterday. 
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DOT wastes tens of millions, audit saysAccording to state auditors Thursday, NC DOT wastes tens of millions of taxpayer dollars, operates on hunches and lacks a fundamental understanding in how to assess internal problems, the Associated Press reports.  Full Story
 
Tobacco could kill 1 billion, WHO says100 million people worldwide died in the 20th century thanks to tobacco use.  Full Story
 
Happy Birthday !

Happy news from the Aisling Broadcasting news department!!!

 

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Relocation ‘not a negotiation’

NCDOT officials met with concerned businessmen yesterday in what turned into a crowded affair.

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Breitenstein to Wofford: Hopes they beat ASU

Watauga High School senior football star Eric Breitenstein made it official yesterday: he’s signed to play football next year at Wofford College.


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Police seek escaped Hickory inmate

Hickory Police are looking for escaped inmate 42-year-old Joseph Preston Salser.

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Lenoir man faces 2 counts child abuseA Lenoir man faces two counts of felony child abuse after allegedly circumcising two of his sons with a utility knife. 
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JAZZfest starts tonightJAZZfest 2008 starts tonight at Appalachian State University.  Full Story
 
Do Not Call Registry could be PermanentThe Do Not Call Registry could be a permanent way to keep the telemarketers away- if Congress gets its way.  Full Story
 
Big Lots Fire: No foul playFoul play is not suspected in a morning fire that set off a burglar alarm at the Big Lots in Boone. 
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DOT meets with 421 Businesses

Some businesses forced to relocate thanks to the Highway 421 Widening Project are meeting with DOT representatives today.


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V is for Violence

It's V-Week at Appalachian State University. V-Week aims at bringing an end to physical, emotional and sexual abuse of women.

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Crimestoppers seek Gun thieves

Watauga County Crimestoppers is looking for information on those responsible for two separate gun thefts. 


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Yesterday broke daily high: 56 degrees on GrandfatherYesterday’s unseasonably warm weather broke a daily high temperature record at the official U.S. Weather Service reporting station  Full Story
 
Wait increases for Driver’s License

Thanks to a federal law meant to ensure that illegal immigrants don’t receive driver’s licenses, the wait to get a driver’s license will increase.

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Despite Law, Retirement Benefits Kept PublicDespite the wording of a new state law, details of retirement benefits of state workers should be publicly available through the State Treasurer's Office, North Carolina's Attorney General Roy Cooper said yesterday.
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Avery Vikings Get Wins On The Road.Avery County Vikings bring home a pair of wins. On the road again this Wednesday to face Ashe County. Full Story
 
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