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South Caldwell High School has Disco Fever

If you're a fan of Disco, there's one show you shouldn't miss! Head to South Caldwell High School this week for the premiere of Disco Fever.

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Boone joins 450 cities to fight global warming

More than a dozen cities across North Carolina have pledged to an anti-global warming campaign- including Boone.

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Children’s Fair comes to Hardin Park Elementary School Saturday

Rain or shine, the Children’s Council is sponsoring the Children’s Fair at Hardin Park Elementary School Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and it’s all free!

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750 acres burned near Linville Gorge

A wildfire near Linville Gorge continued to burn over the weekend. Sunday afternoon estimates showed over 750 burned acres.

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Senator Joe Sam Queen and Representative Cully Tarleton visit ASUAppalachian State University had two special visitors Friday: N.C. State Senator Joe Sam Queen and Representative Cully Tarleton.   Full Story
Avery Board of Education news

The southern end of Avery County may get an ambulance unit- if the commissioners give the okay.

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Incentives may be offered to science and math teachers

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives approved a bill that would increase the number of highly qualified math and science teachers in schools by authorizing over 600 million dollars through 2012 for scholarships for students studying math and science education.

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Watauga County Farmer’s Market is back

The Watauga County Farmer’s Market returns to Horn in the West in Boone on Saturday.

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Amber alerts to appear on lottery terminals

When a child is abducted, the first few hours are the most critical, according to Bryan Beatty of the N.C. Department of Crime Control and Public Safety.

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Smoking ban in nursing homes proposed

A bill to ban smoking in all nursing and adult-care facilities won approval of the House Aging Committee last week.

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U.S. Airways to hire 1,000 workers

U.S. Airways customers should see an improvement in service soon. Thursday, U.S. Airways announced plans to hire 1,000 workers.

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Unifi brings 120 jobs to Yadkinville

 Greensboro-based yarn manufacturer Unifi announced plans to close its Dillon, South Carolina-based facility and move production to a plant in Yadkinville.

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N.C. to lose 2 million acres of open land by 2027

 A report suggests North Carolina may lose two million acres of open land by 2027.

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Special Olympics come to Avery County

The Special Olympics are being held at Avery County High School today.

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More than 70 acres burned in wildfire, Linville Gorge closed

It is the season for brushfires,

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Blue Ridge Parkway is completely open

Starting today all 469 miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway are accessible.

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Mountaineer Summer Reading Program

Appalachian State University athletics have teamed up with ASU's Reich College of Education to create the Mountaineer Summer Reading Program.

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Jessica Lunsford's father campaigns her law in Raleigh

North Carolina may join the list of states with harsher penalties for some sex offenders.

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No more cell phones for schoolbus drivers

 Legislation approved by a House subcommittee yesterday by Madison County Representative Ray Rapp would make schoolbus drivers get off their cell phones.

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