Community and Business

On Monday night, October 27, the WHS Honors Acting class, the Pioneer Playmakers, will perform “A Fable”, their entry for the North Carolina Theatre Conference High School Play Festival. Written as a collaborative musical by Jean-Claude van Itallie, “A Fable” tells the story of

 

The Court of Appeals has set a deadline of 5 p.m. today for the petitioners —two local Democrats and a number of  ASU students — to file a response to the state's petition seeking a stay of the court order to hold elections on the ASU campus. The court stayed Judge Donald

Ashe County Coalition for the Homeless (ACCH) and Hospitality House are teaming up for Ashe County’s first Harvest for the Homeless campaign. Taking place Saturday October 18 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon at Bohemia in downtown West Jefferson, the public is invited to stop by

 

Every year the Boone Area Chamber of Commerce reviews building projects which have received a Certificate of Occupancy from Watauga County and the Town of Boone in the previous year (June 1- May 31).  A team of judges reviews the candidates and determines if there

Erik Dyke, a double bassist with the NC Symphony visited the pre-kindergarten classroom at Hardin Park last Tuesday afternoon.  Dyke talked with the class about the musical elements of pitch, rhythm, melody, harmony, and dynamics and about the types of instruments (strings,