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CURE for farmers’ livestock issuesWhile this summer’s record-breaking drought has been tough on cool season grasses and farmers,  Full Story
Tax-aide program honors employeesRepresentatives of the North Carolina AARP Tax-Aide Program were on hand earlier this month to honor three Watauga County employees Full Story
Space Grant comes to ASU

For the second time, Appalachian State University is the recipient of a $98,000 grant from the N.C. Space Grant Consortium. .

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NC keeps up math and reading scoresNorth Carolina’s fourth and eighth graders are right on track, national test results released yesterday say.
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Accident on 421: Traffic delayedAuthorities are on the scene of a tractor trailer accident on 421 between Boone and Wilkesboro. Full Story
Crash victim died of heart attack

A medical examiner confirmed that yesterday’s accident victim died of a heart attack.

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Fatal Accident in Watauga

Investigators are still looking into the cause of a fatal accident in Watauga yesterday morning.

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Saturday fatality on 18A Moravian Falls man was killed Saturday morning on Highway 18 North 
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Job Fair today in Ashe

It’s the big day: The inaugural Ashe County Job Fair hits the High Country,

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Blue Ridge Electric Co increases reliability

west_jeff13_small.jpgTwo years of construction are complete and Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative is proud to announce increased capacity.

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Chamber appreciates ASU

It’s day two of Boone Area Chamber of Commerce’s Appalachian State University Appreciation Week, and students give the High Country a lot to appreciate,

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Broughton Hospital Staff under scrutiny

Staff at Morganton’s Broughton Psychiatric Hospital will come under new supervision following a patient death and fall that led federal officials to halt Medicaid and Medicare payments.

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Facebook, Myspace investigatedNorth Carolina’s Attorney General Roy Cooper is a leader in the movement against Internet predators. 
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State businesses seek carbon emissions policySome North Carolina business leaders believe a federal carbon emissions policy, rather than piecemeal state-by-state policies
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Incentives to help employees lose weightA North Carolina study released this month by the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine suggests people will lose weight for money. 
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Driver identified in crashThe driver in this morning's deadly crash has been identified. Full Story
Fatal Accident in Watauga

An accident in Watauga claimed a life around 8 a.m. this morning.

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Avery County Crop Walk: Over 100 walkers!img_1051_small.jpgAn update on the Avery County Crop Walk: Coordinator Janet Millsaps of Reaching Avery Ministry tells us the final total was over 105 walkers. 
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Chamber chills with ASU

Joan Hearn hands out ice cream.Today kicked off Boone Area Chamber of Commerce’s Appalachian State University Appreciation week- and what better way to celebrate than with ice cream?

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