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300 gallons of fuel oil stolen

Sometime between November 15 and November 24, someone stole 300 gallons of fuel oil from Tar Heel Mica on U.S. Highway 19 E, Sheriff Kevin Frye says.

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Fire in Johnson County affects "several acres"

A brushfire in Johnson County had firefighters busy last night.

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Boone weekend: 10 vehicle break-ins

Boone Police Department received ten reports of vehicle-break-ins between Friday and Saturday.

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Fire in Johnson CountyA fire in Johnson County had firefighters busy last night. 
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A virtual partnership: Carolinas Consortium

Appalachian State University and Clemson University signed a virtual partnership Friday.

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Saturday crash, police officer injured

A Granite Falls police officer was seriously injured while responding to a call on Dudley Avenue Saturday just after 8:30 p.m.

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Winter Weather AwarenessGovernor Mike Easley proclaimed Dec. 2 through Dec. 8 Winter Weather Awareness Week. 
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Water conservation monitored on website

Citizens can monitor water conservation efforts in their communities through a new website, Governor Mike Easley announced Friday. 

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ASU student receives statewide awardAn Appalachian State University student from Charlotte has received the N.C. Campus Compact Community Impact Award. Full Story
Apps Hang On, 38-35

The Appalachian State University Mountaineers held the Eastern Washington Eagles to 200 fewer yards than their average to win Saturday, 38-35.

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Watauga Season Ends With Loss to Mt. Tabor

The Watauga High School Pioneers saw their 2007 season end Friday evening with a loss at home to powerful Mt. Tabor, 36-14. The visitors raced to a 30-0 lead by early in the second half, allowing the Pioneers just one first down and 38 yards of offense in the first half.



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Parade Route InfoKing Street in downtown Boone will be closed to all thru traffic from 8:45 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday for the Boone Christmas Parade. Full Story
Asheville man faces graffiti charges

25-year-old Curt Marshall Campbell of Asheville was caught spray-painting late last night near 400 West King Street.

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The Futurama of Math

An Appalachian State University professor made a cameo in the Futurama movie released Tuesday.

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Santa Paws is coming to Town

Santa and Mrs. Paws are making a stop in the High Country- and want to know if your pets are naughty or nice.

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Boone Christmas Parade starts at 9 a.m.

The Boone Christmas Parade’s a must-see event this year, Downtown Boone Development Association’s Mary Baker says.


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New laws take effect Saturday- speeding motorists targeted

More than 40 new state laws take effect Saturday- including one that targets motorists going more than 25 mph over the speed limit.

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MADD chapter may come to Boone

Mothers Against Drunk Driving may get a Boone chapter- if there’s an interest.

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Red Cross needs BloodThe holiday season is a time when blood donors are traditionally scarce.
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