A Thursday death investigation is now being called a homicide, that as Deputies from the Wilkes County Sheriff’s Office responded with Wilkes EMS to 1365 Roaring Gap Rd, in Thurmond.
Porting a pile of documentation, Deborah Greene of the New River Advocates made her presentation before the Watauga County Commission last night.
If you have followed the controversy over issues with the Environmental Health side of the Appalachian Regional Health Department—issues that are currently in court for one Watauga man’s property—
From the Boone Town Council meeting just before the blast of winter, last Thursday night, in a split vote, the council approved a new project for a property just across from ASU that would be another mixed use building, heavily weighted toward student housing.
While Watauga Commissioners dealt with their issues, there was controversy next door at the Watauga Board of Elections meeting, and in spite of membership shifts, there were still party line votes, including a 2-1 vote to approve Bill Aceto’s plan for early voting.
Next Thursday, Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League and Citizens for Local Control will present their case of health issues from the noise pollution of the Mountain View Speedway on Roby Greene Road, making that presentation to the Boone Board of Adjustments.
Today, with sunshine and temperatures that feel much warmer than the actual air temps, it’s hard to imagine what we may be experiencing by this time tomorrow.