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Jon Freeman's LIVE in Chattanooga- and wants to blog about it. The following is a personal editorial and does not reflect the views or opinions of Aisling Broadcasting or GOBLUERIDGE.NET. 

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Tailgating action: It’s all Black and Gold

If you missed our live tailgating coverage, there’s still time to be part of the three-peat.

We spoke with Aisling’s Jon Freeman and James Jestes.

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Football makes men, Moore says

While they may still be college kids to their parents, the Mountaineer Football team has proved themselves to Coach Jerry Moore.

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Rauch says it’s been a struggle

While historically the Mountaineers are no strangers to heartbreak on the field, this year has been difficult for the Appalachian State Mountaineers.

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Titles on Mountaineers’ side

The Mountaineers go into tonight’s match with a significant advantage: having won the last two National titles.

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Moore and Keeler: Nothing but admiration for opponent

Tonight’s National Championship matches Delaware Coach K.C. Keeler’s Blue Hens against Coach Jerry Moore’s Mountaineers.

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Tailgate with us!

It takes a special kind of football team to handle the kind of press the Mountaineers got after the Michigan victory.

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Mountaineers: Just happy to be here

The Appalachian State Mountaineers are in Chattanooga prepping for what could be a third consecutive national title win.

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Mountaineers go for Three-peat tonight

The NCAA Division 1 Football Championship between Appalachian State University and the University of Delaware happens tonight.

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Junaluska explosives: Property owner in the darkBoone Police Captain William Greene believes the owner of an abandoned home on Junaluska Road had no knowledge of the possible explosive material it contained.
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Fire ousts family, Red Cross tries to helpA fire off Ollis Place in Gamewell left a family homeless today. Full Story
Red Cross needs your help to help

While the American Red Cross’ Caldwell branch was able to assist a Gamewell family that lost their home yesterday, without community support, the future is uncertain, David Garrison says.

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Last chance for Trees to Dreams

From Trees to Dreams, a program sponsored by the Lodges at Eagles Nest, Banner Elk Elementary School and the Lees-McRae Optimist Club is in its last weekend.

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Communications tower has new home

Watauga County is moving the Tater Hill Communications Tower to Buckeye Mountain- a process the fire marshal’s office says should be complete by the end of next week.

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Christmas Bus features Christie JamesBlowing Rock Stage Company’s The Christmas Bus has one more weekend in the High Country.  Full Story
Over 3,000 food stamp cases fraudulent- less than one percentOver 3,000 foot stamp recipients statewide use invalid or ineligible Social Security numbers. All in all, that only amounts to an error rate of less than one percent.
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Woazeah suspended- College Football career over

Mountaineer Cornerback Justin Woazeah’s Appalachian football career ended today as Coach Jerry Moore suspended him for breaking a team rule.

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AppalCART schedule changes

Fall semester at Appalachian State University officially ended with yesterday’s exams.

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Governor bets on Mountaineer victory

Governor Mike Easley has Mountaineer fever- and he’s willing to bet on his team, literally.

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