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Two Blue Ridge Energy line technicians have completed a volunteer project to bring electricity to a rural Bolivian village for the first time.

During the Spring 2019 semester, 326 residential and online students landed on either the Dean’s or President’s lists.

Over the past several weeks, Green Valley School’s fifth grade students read Linda Sue Park’s "A Long Walk to Water," a novel that tells the story of Nya, a fictional South Sudanese girl, who must walk several hours each day over great distances to supply her family with drinking water.

Local farmers are eligible for disaster assistance from damages and losses caused by severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides from February 13th to March 30th.

Local music majors will now have an easier path to a 4-year degree, thanks to a new agreement between Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute (CCC&TI) and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNC-Charlotte).

On Thursday, May 23rd, units were dispatched to 1694 Flat Top Road at 2:43 p.m. in reference to a residential structure fire.

A man from Lansing was arrested for a stabbing in Ashe County on May 22nd.

A man from Blowing Rock on the North Carolina Sex Offender Registry was arrested and charged with first-degree sex offense with a child on May 13th.

When Rachel Plott’s youngest son needed life-saving surgery at only 6 weeks old, it was the kindness shown by a member of the hospital staff that inspired her to go back to school.

The North Carolina Department of Transportation has announced there will be a road closure in Ashe County.

A total of 16 speakers and panelists fueled economic leadership discussion for an audience of 180 education, economic development, and business community leaders at the inaugural Vision Northwest North Carolina summit, held Wednesday in Boone at the Beaver College of Health Sciences at Leon Levine Hall.