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Diseased DeerThe North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission announced yesterday that deer herds in several locations statewide are experiencing an outbreak of hemorrhagic disease. 
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Mast General Store owners featured on ‘Appalachian Perspective’Mast General Store’s John and Faye Cooper will be featured on Appalachian State University’s ‘Appalachian Perspective,’ hosted by Chancellor Kenneth Peacock. 
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N.C. Bill of Rights on Display: One week onlyNorth Carolina’s original copy of the Bill of Rights is on display this week at the N.C. Museum of History.
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1 out of 3 Americans UninsuredA report on health insurance set to be released on Thursday found that one out of three non-elderly Americans were uninsured at some point during 2006 and 2007. 
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First of three murder suspects goes to trial

23-year-old Kyle Quentin Triplett’s trial is set to begin today.

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Candidates talk priorities

Last Thursday’s forum shed light on Boone municipal candidate’s opinions on the issues.

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17-game streakAppalachian State’s Mountaineers scored another football victory Saturday with their 34-21 win over Northern Arizona.  Full Story
ASU: Campus Crime Alert- Possible ArsonAppalachian State University Police and Watauga County Crimestoppers need your help.
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Yadkin County Jail reopens- Prisoners returnFive air-conditioning units have been installed in the Yadkin County jail, allowing it to reopen.
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Peace Corps OpportunityAppalachian State University students interested in opportunities with the Peace Crops  Full Story
Candidates talk Steep Slope

Last night’s Meet the Candidates Forum was a stark contrast to Monday’s ASU Forum.

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Blust says ‘I’m not running for anything’

Despite his personal involvement in Political Action Committee Citizens for Change, local republican activist David Blust says he’s not “running for anything.”


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Making Boone ‘walkable’

Boone Point is something Mayor Loretta Clawson gets excited about On a related note, Mayor Loretta Clawson was among those with shovels for the ground breaking ceremony of Boone Point yesterday.

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Brown Mountain Lights: See them for yourself

Some say they are UFOs...

No, we’re not talking about politicians.

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Scammers target studentsAppalachian State University Police are receiving reports of Internet scamming. 
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Lenoir Firefighters hope to wrap up Fiat fireA fire that destroyed a restored 1974 Fiat is being investigated today. 
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FBI investigates Caldwell suspects

The Federal Bureau of Investigations is still attempting to piece together exactly what happened to pharmacies in Ohio and Texas.

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Life Care Centers Honors Banner Elk DirectorLife Care Centers of America honored Brian Hutchison, executive director at Life Care Center of Banner Elk,
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Easley urges conservationWith 75 of the state’s 100 counties classified under extreme drought, it’s no surprise that Governor Mike Easley is asking Carolinians to conserve water. Full Story
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