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Lees-McRae Invites Homecoming Participation

Lees-McRae College invites community businesses and organizations to participate in the annual Homecoming Parade on Saturday, October 6 at 11 a.m. on Main Street in Banner Elk. Join parade grand marshal Dr. David Burleson, Avery County Superintendent of Schools, Full Story

52 Weeks of Hope--Hospitality House

The Hospitality House Board of Directors invites the communities of its seven mountain county region to join them at 11:30 a.m. Friday, September 28 for their 7th annual luncheon. This years’ theme, Fifty-Two Weeks of Hope will celebrate the restored hope, Full Story

Blowing Rock Moves to the 'Beach'

The Blowing Rock Chamber of Commerce welcomes The Embers and Chairmen of the Board to an outdoor concert this Friday September 14th at the Blue Ridge Mountain Club.  Gates open at 4:00 and local favorite, Soul Benefactor gets the show started at 4:15. Full Story

Watauga River Partners Gets Grant

Watauga River Partners, a nonprofit environmental organization based out of Boone, N.C., has received a grant from the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources to develop a watershed rehabilitation plan for Beaverdam Creek, Full Story

Beech Bark Park Hosts Event

Beech Mountain's new Bark Park was a big hit as it hosted the town's 6th annual dog show Labor Day weekend. A total of 48 dogs competed and those four dozen furry competitors drew quite a crowd. Nearly 300 people watched dogs prance through the big dog pen

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Double Rainbow over ASU

Maybe a sign of things to come?  This shot of the double rainbow heading into the ASU-Montana game Saturday evening, came with the sunset hitting the retreating rain shower as the stands began to fill.  ASU won the game and this was the 'shot of the day' with the great photo.

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Lees-McRae Names New Nursing School

Lees-McRae has announced that they will begin the process of construction of a building to house their new program, their release says that, “Based on student interest, marketplace demand and the generous donation from Daniel and Dianne May, Full Story

Perfect: 1st ASU BSN Students Pass State Exam

One hundred percent of the first graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree from Appalachian State University passed the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX).  In addition, 100 percent of these students Full Story


Lifelong Watauga County resident Karen McNeil has joined the LifeStore Insurance team as an account executive in the Boone office, located at 1675 Blowing Rock Road. Karen lives in the Watauga County community of Rich Mountain Full Story

LifeStore Names Boone Insurance Manager

LifeStore Insurance recently named Sandra Storie Williams as VP and Branch Manager of LifeStore Insurance in Boone. Sandra will be assuming the management role of Pam Fisher who retired earlier this summer. Sandra brings 30 years of experience Full Story

150+ Attend BREMCO-ARHC Health Fair

Thanks to Blue Ridge Electric Membership Corporation , Appalachian Regional Healthcare System, and a grant from the Blue Ridge Electric Members Foundation, services worth more than $30,000 were given during a recent health fair

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Hospitality House Dinner, Open House

Hospitality House invites the communities of its seven mountain county region to join them for dinner and open house on Thursday, August 23 beginning at 5:30 p.m. Hospitality House resident chef Allison Jennings, along with the Unitarian Full Story

OASIS, Inc. Announces Crisis Line Volunteer Training

OASIS, Inc.  (Opposing Abuse with Service, Information and Shelter) is a private, non-profit volunteer organization that has been serving victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Watauga County since 1978. OASIS provides: Full Story

LMC Award of Merit Winner for Restoration

Lees-McRae College is pleased to announce that Preservation North Carolina awarded Deborah Buxton and the College a 2012 Gertrude S. Carraway Award of Merit for the restoration of the Daniel Boone VI Cottage. The Carraway Awards are presented

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Families To Benefit from Ashe Fundraiser

Bake Sale and Silent Auction for Angel Trippe & Trethan Ham. At Faith Fellowship, August 18th from 11am-2pm. Local business are donating items to be auctioned off. Barker Stone of Lansing has donated at Amish made rocking chair Full Story

John Clanton to direct music for LMST’s Show Boat

Lees-McRae Summer Theatre is honored to have among its cast and crew renowned conductor John Clanton as the music director for Show Boat opening Wednesday in Hayes Auditorium.
Retired from the U.S. Army Full Story

Ashe County Schools Holds 11th Annual Golf Tournament

The Ashe County Board of Education’s Annual Endowment Fund Golf Tournament was held July 18, 2012.  A field of 24 teams participated in a captain’s choice round of golf at the beautiful Jefferson Landing Golf Club.  The Ashe County Schools Endowment Board Full Story

'Get Local' Partners with Vidalia

One can’t-miss sign of summer? Bold berries—from nearly-black blackberries to blue-hued blueberries to rosy-red raspberries—which are popping up now at area farmers tailgate markets and on the menus of Appalachian Grown™ partner restaurants. All get the focus this month

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Donation Help Avery Humane Soc. Fix Felines

Avery County Humane Society has launched a new spay/neuter program called “Help Fix Me.” Doris Swor, board member, remarked that the program donors, Bill and Kathy Avery are matching every $25 gift and using the funds to fix roaming cats and dogs. Full Story

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