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Third Fire in 3 Days; Caution Urged

A family of four escaped as fire totaled their mobile home early Monday morning and became the third such fire in three days blamed on attempts to keep animals warm in outbuildings.  Monday’s fire started at about 1am with a lamp-type heater being used in an outbuilding to keep livestock warm at the Full Story

Firemen Battle Fires in Bitter Cold Weather

In the dangerous weather conditions that developed over the weekend, area firemen battled a number of fires. Early yesterday morning in the near zero temperatures, Ashe County departments responded to two calls as Lansing firefighters, assisted by Warrensville and Pond Mountain, first battled Full Story

BREMCO Prepares for Storm

Employees of Blue Ridge Electric Membership Corporation are on high alert, monitoring weather and prepared to respond at any time of the day or night if severe weather causes outages. Members are advised to keep the cooperative’s PowerLine number handy and report outages Full Story

Storm Strands Motorists; Dangerous Winds

Today is the calm before storm #2 of what could be several storms this week,  a number of schools systems already closed from yesterday’s dose of snow and wild winds. Wind gusts peaked over 60 miles per hour early yesterday morning in Boone, 100 on Grandfather Mountain.  Areas around Linville Full Story

Man Hospitalized, Another Charged in Assault

Thursday evening, February 12th, at approximately 8:30 PM, Boone Police were notified of an assault that occurred in the wooded area between Deck Hill Road and Greenway Road.  As a result of the investigation, David Levi Crews, 49, of Boone, was arrested and charged with Full Story

Polsgrove Wins State Title

It's been quite a career for Avery High senior Kylie Polsgrove, who will attend Liberty University, a Division I school and a member of the Big South Conference, on a track

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Yancey Woman Sentenced for Child Porn

A Yancey County woman has been sentenced on Federal counts involving child pornography. On Thursday, February 12th, U.S. District Judge Martin Reidinger sentenced Tabatha Dianne Black, 35, of Bakersville to 210 months in prison and a lifetime of supervised release. According to court records, Full Story

Frozen Fracture Closes Hardin Park

As school systems across the area struggled to hold class today in spite of some areas of snowy and icy roads, the cold killed the school day for Hardin Park as the main water line to the school erupted in a geyser.  It was the same location where either that line or one close to it flooded the back Full Story

Ski For The Greenway on Easter

It was a quick idea—finish what has been a great ski season with a fund-raiser for a project that’s a favorite of quite a few High Country folks and visitors—the Middle Fork Greenway.  The project is the brainchild of Appalachian Ski Mountain President Brad Moretz, and has blossomed Full Story

Winter Returns With a Vengeance

Snowin’ and Blowin’—that’s what the High Country is looking forward to over the next several days and through the President’s Day holiday weekend.  And, oh yeah, cold, then colder.  While the snow accumulation is not looking critical, dropping temperatures and wind are, Full Story

Arrest Made in Lenoir Murder

Some of the mystery in the apparent murder of a Caldwell County woman is being lifted, that with the arrest of a Lenoir woman in the death of Hope Webb.  Yesterday, just after 2pm, investigators with Lenoir Police took Ashley Stewart into custody for the Murder of Hope Webb, the arrest coming Full Story

App State Spring Practice Report

Appalachian State University football strapped on the pads for the first time in 2015 when it donned full gear for its third practice of the spring on Wednesday afternoon at Kidd Brewer Stadium. Full Story

Watauga Jurors Excused Next Week

Jurors called for Jury Service for Watauga County Civil Superior Court scheduled for February 16th need not report.  The Watauga Clerk of Courts office says they will not be using a jury for the week so jurors do not need to report for service.

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IT'S OFFICIAL, Win Over Michigan Greatest Upset

America has voted, and the votes say it all---Appalachian State University's 34-32 win at Michigan on September 1, 2007, was the greatest upset in sports history. ESPN's Mike & Mike made the announcement on their morning show

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Best Western Deaths Suit Revealed

“We want carbon monoxide detectors in every room of every hotel in the country,” that from Kris Hauschildt, daughter of a Washington State couple killed at the Boone Best Western Hotel April 16th, 2013.  At a Charlotte legal firm Tuesday morning, lawyers representing family members of Daryl and Shirley Full Story

End Begins, Brings New Beginning

The end has begun—and there’s a new beginning for properties of the old Red Carpet Inn and the Scottish Inn, longtime residents of Blowing Rock Road, that after the closing on the purchase of the property came Friday. Now, the Standard of Boone is owner of the properties.  Even before the Full Story

Suit Filing Today in Best Western Deaths

It is approaching two years—the time since a Washington State couple died at the Boone Best Western Hotel, and today, attorneys for the family will announce in Charlotte that they have filed a lawsuit.  Daryl and Shirley Jenkins, the Longview, Wash. Couple, died of carbon monoxide Full Story

Damage Extensive, Injuries Slight in Crash

There were several mostly minor injuries in a multi-vehicle crash yesterday afternoon almost in front of Tweetsie on US 321, but the crash totaled at least one vehicle and caused one vehicle to careen off of the highway and up into the woods.  Blowing Rock Fire/Rescue responded along with two Full Story

Dog Alerts Woman to Early Morning Fire

A Valle Crucis woman escaped her burning home early Saturday morning thanks to her dog waking her to the danger.  The 1am fire call sent Foscoe and other Watauga departments to 4660 Highway 194 South where they found one section of the 86-year old home place fully involved in fire.

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