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Lawmakers debate gay marriage ban

A measure sitting for months in the House rules committee may be up for debate sooner than anticipated. Democrat’s attempts to kill the bill on the House floor were thwarted Tuesday.

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Give beer to minors- lose your license

A bill that would let courts take away the driver’s license of an adult who provides alcohol to minors met the final approval of the House this week.

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Bill to cap medical malpractice damages supported in House

Doctors and lawyers are supporting a bill that would cap monetary damages at $1 million in some medical malpractice cases.

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ASU dean steps down

Dr. Mark Estepp, Appalachian State University’s dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts, has announced he is accepting the position of president at Southwest Virginia Community College.

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Senior Games going on NOW

The High Country Senior Games are going on- and seniors (55 and older) still have time to register for events by going by the Watauga Parks and Recreation Office.

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Dog-napper still at large, police say

Police are still on alert for a pitt-bull, stolen from Watauga County Animal Control between May 15 and 16.

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Be on the lookout- Counterfeit money discovered in Watauga

It’s not often counterfeit money is passed in the High Country, according to Detective Dee Dee Rominger.

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Break-in at Mountain Oil Company

Yesterday morning around 7:22, a theft was reported at Mountain Oil Company.

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Click it or Ticket going strong

The annual Click It or Ticket campaign is still going strong in the High Country.

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Quarry hearing tonight

At 7 p.m. tonight in the Avery County courthouse, the state Department of

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ASU summer school starts today!

Boone may get busy again- as college kids return.

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ASU Greenhouse plant sale today!

If you’ve got a green thumb, head over to the ASU greenhouse today between noon and 6.

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Living with Mental Illness

May is Mental Health Awareness Month.

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MySpace to share sex offender data

MySpace said yesterday it would release data on registered sex offenders it has identified and removed from the site.

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Day Camp- Just the ticket for active kids

If your kids like exploring the High Country, Blowing Rock Parks and Recreation Summer Day Camp may be just the thing to hone their sense of adventure.

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ASU needs volunteers for Fall Move-In

Graduation is barely over and already ASU is looking for volunteers to assist with Fall Move In.

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Officer back to work after shootings

Banner Elk Officer Fred Shrader is back to work today, according to Chief Bill Burleson.

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Heirs and Commissioners discuss graves at new WHS site

Saturday morning, heirs of those believed buried at the site of the new high school met with Commissioners to discuss relocating the bodies.  

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Suspected dog-napping at Animal Control

Sometime between last Tuesday and Wednesday, police say a 60 lb pit-bull was stolen from Watauga Animal Control.

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