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Charges filed in Triple Homicide

Frederick Phillip Hammer of Crumpler has been formally charged in Thursday’s Grayson County triple homicide.

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"Person of interest" identified in Triple Homicide

f_hammer_small.jpgGrayson County Sheriff’s deputies have named a Crumpler man a “person of interest” in the investigation of a January 24th triple homicide. 



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UPDATE: Farmer, two others, found dead at farm: Police say robberyPolice in Grayson County Virginia are still trying to piece together an incident that left a well-known Christmas tree farmer and two others dead.


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Newland woman charged for charge carddenise_andrews0001_small.jpg27-year-old Denise Andrews of Newland is in trouble again. 
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Watauga, Avery authorities work to nab suspectA suspect is in custody today thanks to the cooperation of Avery and Watauga authorities.  Full Story
Seven Devils Shooting Investigation Continues

As funeral arrangements for 37-year-old Walter Garland Steele are finalized, the investigation into the January 9th incident that killed him continues.

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Blowing Rock Winterfest Kicks Off On a Culinary Note

Blowing Rock’s annual Winterfest, an effort to rescue locals and tourists from those mid-winter doldrums, kicked off Thursday night at the Green Park Inn and featured a slew of culinary treats from top local chefs.

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King Legacy ContinuesI Have a Dream Week continues in Watauga County this weekend. 
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Watauga schools on track despite weather

Watauga County Schools have only seen three snow cancellations this year.

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Farmers’ Almanac focuses on Fleetwood Company

A local company hits television screens in the spring. Fleetwood’s Gum Ridge Mill and Flying Pig Furniture hosted a group from the PBS series Farmers’Almanac TV last week.


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App moves up on Peace Corps ListAppalachian State University is moving up on the Peace Corps’ top 25 list of medium-sized schools producing volunteers. Full Story
ASU residence hall director receives awardAppalachian State University graduate student Jackie Cetera has been recognized with the North Carolina Housing Officers’ Graduate Student of the Year award.
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Femininity explored through ArtAppalachian State University’s adjunct art faculty member Jessica Burke explores femininity and its role in society in her newest showcase.
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N.C.’s economy aheadDespite an uncertain national economy, North Carolina is doing better than expected, the Associated Press reports. 
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North Carolina: 3rd Best for BusinessChief Executive magazine has ranked North Carolina the state with the third-best business climate.  Full Story
Governor candidates to participate in NAACP ForumFour gubernatorial candidates, democrats Richard Moore, Dennis Nielsen and Beverly Perdue, as well as Republican Bob Orr, have said they will attend an NAACP Forum in Durham Saturday. 
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Museum brings Picasso to North CarolinaChanging Perceptions: Modern European Art from the Collection of Mr. And Mrs. Julian H. Robertson came to the North Carolina Museum of Art this week.
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End date: May 23, Watauga Schools hopeful for no more misses

While Watauga schools let out early today, there have only been three snow days this school year.

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Winter hits hardA wintry mix is hitting the High Country- and several cancellations have been reported. 
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