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Round up list

The following document was released by Avery County Sheriff Kevin Frye this evening. It lists citizens arrested in his Friday "round up." It has been presented exactly as received by Aisling Broadcasting.

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Sheriff Frye has a Round-up

At least fifteen people face drug charges after what Avery County Sheriff Kevin Frye is calling a Friday “round-up.”

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Convocation speaker talks immigrationWriter Paul Cuadros, speaker at yesterday's Appalachian State University convocation, had a lot to say about immigration.

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Lower Division Schools polled- thanks to the Mountaineers

The Associated Press announced yesterday that lower-division schools like Appalachian State University will now be eligible for its 71-year-old poll.

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Easley announces Labor Day road statisticsGovernor Mike Easley released statewide road statistics from Labor Day weekend this week.
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Avery Sheriff takes time to teach

Avery County Sheriff Kevin Frye had a busy day yesterday- but not catching crooks.

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Road Closure on BeechThe Watauga Department of Transportation is replacing a large culvert on N.C. Highway 184- and, as a result, will be closing a section of the road starting September 10. 
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Shooting charge issued in CaldwellA Caldwell County man has been charged in a domestic-related shooting. Full Story
Granite Falls officer recognizedA Granite Falls Wildlife Resources Officer has achieved statewide recognition. 
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Power of the Purse: Sold out

Today marks an exciting event in Boone, according to Patty Turner.

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Disaster Loans AvailableThe U.S. Small Business Administration announced this week that federal disaster loans are available to small businesses located in ten counties, including Watauga, Avery, Ashe and Mitchell.
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Campaign against tobacco targets studentsA new campaign called “Tobacco, Reality, Unfiltered,” began targeting young people this week.
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Police hopes suspects won’t weasel away

Police are looking for someone responsible for stealing credit cards in the Ingle’s parking lot Sunday- and believe the suspect is armed with a ferret.

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Wildfire on Buckwheat Road could be arson

Wilkes firefighters are mopping up a 15-acre blaze in the rocky McGrady section of the county today.

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Mountaineer's "dream come true"

Dexter JacksonIt’s a dream come true for Mountaineer Dexter Jackson.


He graces the cover of this week’s Sports Illustrated magazine. Even dreams, however, bring added pressure to the football field. Jackson says pressure could be a good thing.

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Proud as a Peacock

Appalachian State University Chancellor Kenneth Peacock is still basking in the glow of Mountaineer’s Saturday victory over Michigan.

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Convocation features Cuadros

It’s Convocation at ASU, and esteemed author Paul Cuadros will be addressing the Appalachian community.

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Foxx the Negotiator

Congressman Virginia Foxx says her experience in education contributed to her appointment as a House conferee for a Higher Education bill.

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McHenry worker gets DUI

A second person with ties to 10th District Congressman Patrick McHenry has been criminally charged.

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