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Wednesday early release: Caldwell Schools

Wednesday, September 26, Caldwell County Schools will operate on an early release schedule

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Livestock Show highlights valued industry

A livestock show put on by the Cooperative Extension office is a great way to support Friends of Agriculture in Ashe County, organizer Charles Young says.


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Hunters: Take a Stand for Tree Stand Safety

According to North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission hunter safety coordinator Capt. Chris Huebner, most hunting accidents involve tree stands. This season, take precautions, he says.


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Cove Creek Playground still closedThe Old Cove Creek playground is about to get a makeover.
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Drivers lose a week a yearNearly an entire workweek each year is lost sitting in traffic on the way to and from work, a national study says.
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New Watauga High School Breaks Ground: Today!

Watauga County Schools are in celebration mode today.

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Burning Permits OfferedJust to recap- the statewide burning ban is officially over.
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Cultural Museum Preview

The Appalachian Cultural Museum, homeless since March 2006, will soon have a temporary place to crash according to curator Chuck Watkins.

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1st Class of Caldwell Early College High School- 2nd highest ScoresCaldwell County Schools would like to congratulate the 1st ever class of Caldwell Early College High School. Full Story
 
Avery County A&H Fair hits NewlandThe Avery County Agriculture and Horticulture Fair is going on in Newland
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ASU to webcast performances

The Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State University plans to webcast select musical performances.


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Roadwork on 105Milling and resurfacing operations may cause delays this week on Highway 105. 
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Youth Catfish Derby SetAshe County Parks and Recreation and the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission will be hosting their Fall Youth Catfish Derby on Saturday at Ashe County Park.  Full Story
 
Delayed-Harvest Trout Waters Open

On a related note, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission will implement annual delayed-harvest regulations for 18 designated trout waters in 14 counties of western North Carolina on October 1.

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Citizens for Change candidates: Exclusive Forum

A Citizens for Change Meet the Candidates Forum is scheduled for Monday- but you won’t be hearing about it on our stations.

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Dole announces Catawba GrantYesterday, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Dole announced that the Catawba Valley Community College in Hickory will be awarded $1 million  Full Story
 
State lifts open burning banA statewide month long ban on open burning will be lifted today due to last week’s storms.
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Battery in Broad Daylight

Appalachian State University Police are still looking for a man they say is responsible for a Sunday sexual battery in the State Farm Parking lot in Boone.


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Triplett trial continuesThe first of three trials regarding the 2005 murder of 19-year-old Stephen Harrington kicked off with motions by the defense Monday.
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