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'Horn' Supporters Hoping to Crowd Council Meeting

There is a groundswell of support being mustered for Thursday’s meeting of the Boone Town Council from supporters of the Southern Appalachian Historical Association, and a petition being circulated on line. The producers of Horn in the West for 63 Full Story

"Million Dollar Payday"

NBC Sports is reporting that the Appalachian State University football team will receive a nice future payday from the Georgia Bulldogs. Appalachian State will get a $1 million guarantee to play in Athens, according to a memorandum of Full Story

Boone Police Release 911 Call, Death Info

Boone Police released the 9-1-1 call from Saturday in which a couple came across the body of ASU student Anna Smith off of Poplar Grove Road.  And in another release, Boone Police say there are indications from that scene that would indicate that Smith may have taken her own life. Full Story

Tanker Overturns in Boone Country Club

Boone Police were busied into the early morning hours today as a tractor-trailer tanker carrying materials destined to local candy manufacturer Hospitality Mints took the wrong road—Fairway Drive—through the Boone Country Club, and found a 90-degree curve too much for his rig.  The Full Story

Boone To Name New Town Manager

The Boone Town Council has called a special meeting for Friday afternoon to officially hire, then introduce the new manager to the community through a press conference.

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App State to Air in 74 Markets Nationwide

The American Sports Network’s telecast of Saturday night’s Appalachian State-Southern Miss football game will air in 74 television markets nationwide, Conference USA announced on Monday. Four stations in North Carolina will carry the telecast — WMYV (MyTV 48) in Greensboro/ Full Story

Autopsy Today for ASU Freshman

The investigation into the death of Anna Marie Smith switches to Winston-Salem today with an autopsy planned at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, still with many questions to answer.  The tragic news came mid-morning Saturday, that a body found was found in a wooded Full Story

BREMCO Pushes for Regional Development Effort

Sharing a focus on reviving local economies is why more than 100 business, civic and government leaders from the service area of Blue Ridge Electric Membership Corporation joined together Thursday evening at Jefferson Landing in Jefferson Full Story

SAHA Request on Agenda-Opinion Submitted

Several items on the Boone Town Council agenda this week concern use of the Daniel Boone amphitheater, and come before the board after last month’s termination of the Southern Appalachian Historical Association’s license for the facility where they have produced Horn in the West Full Story

Parking Enhancements Coming for West Jefferson

Development and parking issues were raised at last Monday’s West Jefferson Town Aldermen meeting, looking to help alleviate parking issues for the town of West Jefferson during particularly busy periods of time like Christmas in July, and the Old time Antique Fair. The Parking area was Full Story

ID's Found on Body are Anna Smith's

The tragic news—now confirmed—that a body found mid-morning Saturday is that of missing ASU freshman Anna Marie Smith.  It was late yesterday afternoon that Boone Police confirmed that the body discovered yesterday off of Poplar Grove Road is that of missing ASU student Full Story

Body Found Just of ASU Campus--Possibly Smith

It appears a body discovered this morning off of Poplar Grove Road is that of missing ASU student Anna Marie Smith. Law enforcement, Medics and first responders were called to stage near the wooded area just off campus as the body was found this Saturday morning in a wooded area off of Poplar Grove Road. Full Story

Pioneers March Over Avery, 43-6

It was sheer domination. The Watauga High football team resembled a powerful army as it marched its way up-and-down the field Friday night in 43-6 blowout win

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Avery Jurors Released for Week of 9-22-14

Avery County Jurors called for service on September 22 do not need to report for jury duty. They have been released. Full Story

Feds Indict Six in Meth Counts

Federal indictments have charged six area men with conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, according to Anne M. Tompkins, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina, the release passed down by Sheriff Len Hagaman of the Watauga Sheriff’s Office.  On August Full Story

App State to Honor Moore on Oct. 4

Legendary Appalachian State University football coach Jerry Moore will be honored in conjunction with Appalachian State’s inaugural Sun Belt Conference home game versus South Alabama on Saturday, Oct. 4, the University announced on Thursday. Full Story

Missing Woman Possibly Assaulted

We now know there were two assaults on female Appalachian State women students around the last week of August, and one assault might have contributed to Anna Marie Smith now being missing.  While it became more clear in a university press conference Tuesday that Full Story

Another Backyard Brawl....

Do you believe in deja vu? Well, Watauga High football coach Ryan Habich hopes history does repeat itself Friday night when Avery comes to Jack Groce Stadium. Last year, the Pioneers (1-1) went limping into their bye week following a near upset loss at Ashe County. Full Story

Boone Sued in 2013 Fatal Snowplow Crash

The Town of Boone is now facing a wrongful death lawsuit in the 2013 death of a Boone woman who killed when a Boone snowplow lost brakes and crashed into the car she was a passenger in.  Reinalda Roa-Gomez died in the March 25th 2013 crash, and her daughter Full Story

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