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Blaze destroys 1974 Fiat, arson suspectedA two-car garage caught fire in Lenoir today. 
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Boone Point: Gateway to Boone

An eclectic mix of developers, business people, and citizens were present today to welcome Boone Point to Boone. The first mixed use residential of its kind in Boone, Boone Point is something to be excited about according to developer Lucien Wilkins.

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Pedestrians hit at 321 intersection

An incident near Wendy’s in Boone sent a pedestrian to the hospital just after 4 p.m. yesterday.


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New Watauga High School to break ground

September 19 is the big day for fans of the new Watauga High School.

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Burning Ban still in effectAccording to Watauga County Forest Ranger Rudy Johnson, the statewide burning ban 
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ASU Faculty receive awardsThree faculty members and an academic department at Appalachian State University have received awards
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Quilt Fair coming up

The Ashe County Piece Makers Quilt Guild is holding its quilt fair

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Band traffic stops this weekend

While weekend traffic stops in Linville and Newland are planned for Saturday, it may not be enough to send 70 Avery County High School band members to Miami, band director Dee Raby says.

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10-year-olds targeted in anti-drinking campaignAn aggressive anti-drinking campaign launched this week targets students as young as 10-years-old.  Full Story
 
Meet the Candidates

Mayor Candidate Tim Wilson A “round robin” formatted Meet the Candidates forum will be held tomorrow night at the Watauga County Courthouse.

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Boone still ‘trudging along’ in Stage 1

Despite recent rainfall, Boone’s still “trudging along” in Stage 1 Water Shortage Conditions, Public Utilities Director Rick Miller says.

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Boone Area Chamber’s Watauga Leadership Conference

The Boone Area Chamber’s Leadership Conference is going on all day.

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Jewish New Year ApproachesJews the world over are celebrating the New Year this evening.  Full Story
 
Kent State Tragedy staged in Boone

In 1970, tragedy struck Kent State University when a peaceful protest ended in gunfire. 1

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Voter registration deadline approaches

With the deadline to register for municipal elections approaching, it’s a busy time at the Watauga Board of Elections office,

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Avery Drug Round-up continuesThe Avery County Sheriff/Municipal Drug Task Force has five more names to go  Full Story
 
RAD classes start tonight

Female faculty and students at Appalachian State University can take part of the Rape Aggression Defense classes on campus starting tonight.

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Good luck getting tickets for the Gala

The Ashe County Memorial Hospital Foundation’s annual Gala is almost sold out.

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Cattle farmers get helpCattle farmers in Western North Carolina can now get help with feed costs from two programs. 
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