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Watauga County Commissioners have approved changes to tipping fees for solid waste.

The High Country Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America invite you to the 13th annual Veterans Day Ceremony to be held at Boone Mall Monday, November 11th at 11 AM.

The Avery Chamber of Commerce held their annual celebration last Thursday and recognized several business and organizations.

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute has announced that registration for new students for the Spring 2020 Semester begins Nov. 14 on both campuses.

Ray Russell, Founder and Owner of RaysWeather.Com, will launch his campaign for reelection to the 93 rd North Carolina House Seat Tuesday, November 12, at Ransom in Downtown Boone (747 W. King Street).

The West Jefferson Holiday Parade will take place Saturday November 16th.

Tristan Noah Borlase, charged with two counts of murder in the April 10th death of Jeffery David Borlase and Tanya Maye Borlase, appeared in Watauga Superior Court Tuesday.

Thursday October 31 was a busy day, with the Downtown Boone Boo! and an ASU football game, and AppalCART set a new ridership record.

A judge has denied an injunction to prevent the Watauga County Board of Education from purchasing property for the new school in Valle Crucis.