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North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has signed a bill that makes the Northern Peaks Trail an official state trail.

Ashe County Sheriff Phil Howell is asking for assistance in locating a vehicle related to an endangered persons case and homicide case out of Alexander County.

Boone Police Sergeant Donnie Goodman retired from the force last Friday, July 12 after 20 years of service.

The American Association of State Troopers has kicked off the 2019 “Best Looking Cruiser Contest,” and the NCSHP is in the running once again.

The Ashe County Board of Commissioners approved four transportation improvement projects to be submitted to the NC DOT State Transportation Improvement Plan 2022-2031.

Some Blue Ridge Energy members may have received a call recently alerting them to herbicide spraying below power lines in their area.

Mount Jefferson will once again host skateboarders from across the country will in West Jefferson for the State’s fifth annual sanctioned Downhill Skateboard Race.

Open enrollment for Medicaid managed care begins today in 27 counties. From July 15 through Sept. 13, 2019, more than 300,000 households with nearly 540,000 people in Medicaid can choose a health plan to provide their Medicaid services, along with a primary care provider.

Wilkesboro and Wilkes County is known far and wide as the home of the annual Brushy Mountain Apple Festival each fall. Now there is a new festival coming this month.