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Caldwell County Distinguished Woman of the Year namedFaye Higgins was named this year’s Distinguished Woman of the Year at a ceremony last night conducted by the Caldwell Council for Women. 
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Oktoberfest SaturdaySaturday marks the 17th Annual Sugar Mountain Oktoberfest Celebration at Sugar Mountain Resort. Over 40 artisans and craftspeople will have work on display.
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FINRA to hold Investor Seminar

FINRA director of investor information John Gannon says Monday’s Investor Seminar is not to be missed.

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Blowing Rock School Fall FestivalBlowing Rock School is holding its Fall Festival on Saturday from 11 to 4 p.m. Full Story
 
14th Annual Todd New River Festival

Todd is having its festival as well on Saturday. 

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Apple Festival SaturdayBoone is also having a festival on Saturday: the 27th Annual Fall Apple Festival, sponsored by the Southern Appalachian Historical Association.
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Bonuses keep military activeThe Pentagon has paid more than 100 million in bonuses to veteran Green Berets and Navy SEALS in attempts to keep them in the military and out of the corporate world. 
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Driver immortalized, Racing world remembers

Governor Mike Easley joined the racing world today in honoring a man with 283 top 10 finishes in the world of NASCAR.

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Governor to dedicate 421 in WilkesGovernor Mike Easley is making a stop in Wilkes County today.
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Gastonia man faces new charge in ‘Suspicious’ incident

A Gastonia man faces a new charge this week resulting from an August 25 incident in Avery County.

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Freeman farm gets White House visitor

Next week, Joe Freeman is expecting an important visitor to his Christmas Tree Farm.

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Campus broadcasting complex named for entrepreneurAppalachian State University’s new radio and television complex has been named for broadcasting entrepreneur George G. Beasley of Naples, Florida.  Full Story
 
Salmonella outbreak

CDC officials warn the public to be wary of pot pies that could contain a dangerous strain of Salmonella.

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Skeletal remains from homicide, police saySkeletal remains found behind the Hickory Wal-Mart are the result of a homicide, police say.  Full Story
 
Fire at Tyson Feed PlantWilkes County firefighters had a busy night thanks to a blaze at the Tyson Feed Processing Plant in Roaring River. Full Story
 
Losing candidates hope Boone wins

While the election didn’t go his way, mayoral candidate Tim Wilson says a lot of good came out of this year’s race


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Boone Election: Revote Possible

img_1216_small.jpg With over two thousand voters, yesterday’s election had record turnout.

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It’s a new council?

Throughout the municipal campaigns, it’s been Citizens for Change versus the so-called progressives.

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