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The old Watauga High School property now officially belongs to Appalachian State.

The Avery County Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards banquet recently and handed out a number of awards and recognitions.

Gov. Roy Cooper has authorized sending 200 engineers from the N.C. Army National Guard to support recovery efforts in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

During the West Jefferson Aldermen meeting, alderman heard proposals for changing the intersection at McDonalds on Highway 194.

The Appalachian State Police Department has made an arrest in a recent sexual assault on campus.

An Ashe County man was sentenced last week in Ashe Superior Court as a habitual felon.

A man arrested for a series of bomb threats in Ashe County last month has also been charged in connection with a fire in Fleetwood.

Boone will be hosting a North Carolina Department of Transportation community workshop this month that will allow the public to learn more about the DOT’s Public Transportation Statewide Strategic Plan.

Watauga County has been given the green light to enter the old Boone Ready-Mix property after a court order from September 27th authorized the county to address outstanding property violations.

The 45th Annual Grover C. Robbins, Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament was held at Elk River Club on Monday, September 11, 2017.

The Boone Town Council Thursday evening unanimously approved creation of a task force focused on developing a plan to make Boone a 100% renewable energy town by 2050.