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Fire in Johnson County affects ‘several acres’

A brushfire in Johnson County had firefighters busy last night.

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Boone weekend: 10 vehicle break-ins

Boone Police Department received ten reports of vehicle-break-ins between Friday and Saturday.

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Fire in Johnson CountyA fire in Johnson County had firefighters busy last night. 
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A virtual partnership: Carolinas Consortium

Appalachian State University and Clemson University signed a virtual partnership Friday.

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Saturday crash, police officer injured

A Granite Falls police officer was seriously injured while responding to a call on Dudley Avenue Saturday just after 8:30 p.m.


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Winter Weather AwarenessGovernor Mike Easley proclaimed Dec. 2 through Dec. 8 Winter Weather Awareness Week. 
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Water conservation monitored on website

Citizens can monitor water conservation efforts in their communities through a new website, Governor Mike Easley announced Friday. 

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ASU student receives statewide awardAn Appalachian State University student from Charlotte has received the N.C. Campus Compact Community Impact Award. Full Story
 
Apps Hang On, 38-35

The Appalachian State University Mountaineers held the Eastern Washington Eagles to 200 fewer yards than their average to win Saturday, 38-35.

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Watauga Season Ends With Loss to Mt. Tabor

The Watauga High School Pioneers saw their 2007 season end Friday evening with a loss at home to powerful Mt. Tabor, 36-14. The visitors raced to a 30-0 lead by early in the second half, allowing the Pioneers just one first down and 38 yards of offense in the first half.

 

 

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Parade Route InfoKing Street in downtown Boone will be closed to all thru traffic from 8:45 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday for the Boone Christmas Parade. Full Story
 
Asheville man faces graffiti charges

25-year-old Curt Marshall Campbell of Asheville was caught spray-painting late last night near 400 West King Street.

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The Futurama of Math

An Appalachian State University professor made a cameo in the Futurama movie released Tuesday.


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Santa Paws is coming to Town

Santa and Mrs. Paws are making a stop in the High Country- and want to know if your pets are naughty or nice.

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Boone Christmas Parade starts at 9 a.m.

The Boone Christmas Parade’s a must-see event this year, Downtown Boone Development Association’s Mary Baker says.

 


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New laws take effect Saturday- speeding motorists targeted

More than 40 new state laws take effect Saturday- including one that targets motorists going more than 25 mph over the speed limit.

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MADD chapter may come to Boone

Mothers Against Drunk Driving may get a Boone chapter- if there’s an interest.

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Red Cross needs BloodThe holiday season is a time when blood donors are traditionally scarce.
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Local man wins $175,000A Hickory man won $175,000- thanks to the lottery.  Full Story
 
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