News

 Boone Public Works announces road construction projects and warns of delays next month.

Buyers’ market conditions continue to power the High Country real estate scene, with local sales so far this year near a 10-year high and interest rates near record lows.

The state’s highest civilian honor, the North Carolina Award, will be presented to seven distinguished North Carolinians September 22nd in Raleigh.

After reviewing multiple video accounts of the officer-involved shooting at Walmart in Lenoir last week, District Attorney David Learner has determined that officers acted properly and the use of deadly force was justified.

North Carolina prison officials have received notice that escaped inmate Jason Strickland is again in custody.

The Ashe County Sheriff’s Office believes it’s solved the June bomb threat case.

A domestic dispute between two brothers Monday evening ended when one of the men stabbed his sibling during an argument.

Cambridge Farms of York, Pa., is voluntarily recalling frozen corn distributed at retail supermarkets in 15 states, including North Carolina.

The Boone Town Council voted 4-1 Monday August 22nd to accept construction bids and to proceed with a request for a new loan for the New River water intake project.

High Country Crime Stoppers and Boone Police seek the public’s assistance in solving the following crime: