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Mountain Valley Fest hits Boone Saturday

Mountain Valley Fest comes to Boone tomorrow- absolutely free! Mountain Pathways School director Glenn Grizzard knows it’s an event for the whole family, complete with food and kids activities.

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Caldwell County Special Olympics today!

The Caldwell County Special Olympics come to Hibriten High School in Lenoir today. Full Story
 
Hard-to-find plants? No problem at sale

Daniel Boone Native Gardens is having a plant sale from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. tomorrow.

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Sunday concert in the park

Bring a lawn chair!

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Jury selection continues in Anderson trial

Jury selection continues today in one of Caldwell County’s most publicized murder trials. Jerry Anderson is charged with the first-degree murder of his wife, Emily Griffith Anderson.

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Giving minor alcohol could cost your license

Adults providing alcohol to minors could face a new penalty under a measure that won initial approval of the House.

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Details surface in Monday drowning

A nice day on Ashe Lake near West Jefferson turned deadly for two men on Monday. Five men went boating. Only three returned home.

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Torch arrived in Lenoir!The first leg of the Special Olympics torch is over, according to Caldwell County Communications. According to Communications, the torch arrived in Lenoir at around 1:40. Watauga officers handed the torch to Caldwell officers at the Green Park Inn. Today marked the first day of the torch run- which will eventually bring the torch to Raleigh in time for the opening ceremonies of the Summer Special Olympics Games, June 1, 2, and 3. Full Story
 
And they're off!Watauga law enforcement officers have started their trek, Special Olympics torch in tow, to the Green Park Inn, where waiting Caldwell officers will take over around noon. Full Story
 
Man forges checks for Playstation, police say

A man police say presented stolen and forged checks to a Boone woman as payment for a Playstation 3 is in Boone Police custody.

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Crumpler man faces burglary and assault charges

21-year-old Jacob Michael Kocina of Crumpler is in Boone Police custody today, charged with one felony count of first-degree burglary and one misdemeanor count of assault inflicting serious injury.

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Watauga cops run for Special Olympics

You may see Watauga law enforcement officers on the go today- but it’s not what you think.

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Chicken coop proves beaver proof- people proof too

Two men, who, according to reports, were attempting to steal chickens in Crossnore, ran into an unusual dilemma.

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Jewelry theft in Deep Gap

Sometime between last Friday and Monday, someone broke into a residence at Old U.S. Highway 421 South in Deep Gap.

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Alleged racer takes plea deal

20-year-old Brian James Overton of Lenoir accepted a plea deal this week that will require him to speak to area high school students about the dangers of street racing.

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Catawba man charged with kidnapping, assaulting teen

21-year-old Timothy Allan Johnson of Hickory has been charged with kidnapping and assault by strangulation in Burke County.

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MySpace won’t give up sex offender data

MySpace said this week it will not comply with a request by attorneys general from eight states, including North Carolina, to hand over the names of registered sex offenders who use the site.

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Study focuses on premature babies in the south

A new center at Duke University will study why more babies are born premature or underweight in the south than elsewhere in the nation.

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Storie Street Grille could have ‘Best Dish in North Carolina’Blowing Rock has always been known for its dining scene, but this year, one of downtown’s restaurants is a finalist in the 2nd annual Best Dish in North Carolina competition.   Full Story
 
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