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Saturday Cigarette Arrests

Two Hickory teens face felony charges after two robbery attempts Saturday morning.

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Caldwell deputies nab food, gun thievesCaldwell authorities say they know who is responsible for two breaking and enterings at the Double C Acres Ranch off Packs Hill Road in Gamewell.  Full Story
Watauga Arts Council galleries to feature teacher artThe month of January will bring the artwork of Watauga County art teachers to the center stage. 
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State unemployment rate dropsNorth Carolina’s unemployment rate dropped for the second consecutive month to 4.7 percent in November. 
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Junaluska materials NOT explosive


Materials found earlier this month at an abandoned house on Junaluska Road are not explosives, police say.


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Skyline outage affects Internet Service, PhonesA fiber optic cable cut in the Sugar Grove section of Watauga County has several Skyline Membership Corporation customers without voice or Internet service.
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Update: Rockslide on 321A rockslide south of Blowing Rock in Caldwell County on U.S. 321 is causing traffic delays.
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Record travelers hit roads this weekendNot only are holiday travelers not deterred by higher gas and ticket prices in North Carolina this year, but more people than ever are hitting the road.
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Food Lion Bust: Investigation continuesPolice still aren’t giving out details about a Wednesday drug bust near Food Lion on U.S. 421.
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Ashe Memorial Hospital Board welcomes new presidentAshe Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees has a new president- James G. Gambill Jr. 
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Somebody got SQRAMBLED
img_2198_small.jpg A crowd of cheering fans gathered at BZB Studios in Boone yesterday for a once-in-a-lifetime grudge match.
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Step-up water conservation, governor says

Governor Mike Easley encouraged local governments yesterday to step-up water conservation efforts.

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Updated Census shows less people than pigsNew Census data was released yesterday. . Full Story
No Christmas Cards from LobbyistsA new state law affects Christmas cards.
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Caldwell County receives three federal grants

U.S. Representative Patrick McHenry announced Caldwell County will receive three federal grants.

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Watauga Players make All-State

Watauga High School football stars Eric Breitenstein and Casey Augustine were honored by a panel of sportswriters from across the state Wednesday.


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Drug bust at Food Lion: Police aren’t talkingBoone Police Department officials still can’t release information on a drug bust yesterday morning near Food Lion on U.S. 421. 
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Mother-in-law fight leads to assault chargeA Wilkes woman was hospitalized after a fight over a telephone. 
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Caldwell Community College to expandThe state office of construction has officially approved plans for a new occupational training center on the Watauga campus of Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute. 
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