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The Knob open for registration

The BlueCross and BlueShield Institute for Health and Human Services (IHHS), within the College of Health Sciences at Appalachian State University,...
09/27/2012
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Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Beech

Enjoy a nostalgic stroll down the Yellow Brick Road this fall during Beech Mountain’s 19th annual Autumn at Oz weekend.

The event...
09/27/2012
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Volunteers sought for Public Lands Day

Sept. 29 is National Public Lands Day.

It is the single largest day of volunteer service with more than 170,000 volunteers serving...
09/27/2012
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Business Ethics in the 21st Century

Entrepreneurship and emerging technologies, as well as the science and ethics of accelerating inequality and climate change, are the focus of the...
09/27/2012
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Remembering the Holocaust

Ralph Jacobson will present a lecture about his childhood in Nazi Germany, including his memories of Reichskristallnacht on Nov. 9, 1938, and the...
09/27/2012
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CEOs to speak at 50th Boyles Lecture Oct. 5

Four speakers from past Harlan E. Boyles Distinguished CEO lectures at Appalachian State University return to campus Oct. 5 for the 50th presentation in the longstanding series.
09/27/2012
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Ginny McCormack to sign cookbooks in Blowing Rock

The Appalachian Women’s Fund (AWF) and High Country Women’s Fund (HCWF) are celebrating the joyous tradition of Sunday dinner....
09/27/2012
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ASU series addresses death penalty in N.C., U.S.

A series of programs addressing various issues related to the death penalty will be held at ASU
09/27/2012
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Banned Book Week program Oct. 2 at Belk Library

Award-winning authors Chris Crutcher and Lauren Myracle will speak Tuesday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m. as part of a Banned Books Week observance at...
09/27/2012
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Peace in Boone

The International Day of Peace, established as September 21, has a resurrecting scope.

Resolution UN/A/RES/55/282 states that...
09/20/2012
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Ghost Train on track for Tweetsie

Hop on board for the 23rd spooktacular season of Tweetsie Railroad’s Ghost Train Halloween Festival, as the High Country’s most popular Halloween celebration begins Sept. 28 and continues every Friday and Saturday night through Oct. 27.  
09/20/2012
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Blessing of the Animals

The Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross in Valle Crucis will celebrate the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi with a special Blessing of the Animals service at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 7
09/20/2012
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Creatures of the Night, Bonfire Delight

Grandfather Mountain offers an opportunity to experience the wonder of the mountain at nighttime this...
09/20/2012
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Fifty-Two Weeks of Hope

The Hospitality House board of directors invites the communities of its seven mountain county region to join them at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Sept....
09/20/2012
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Barbecue for a cause

On Monday, Oct. 1, from 5 to 9 p.m., Bandana’s Bar-B-Que and Grill in Boone will give 10 percent of its proceeds to the Community Care Clinic. 
09/20/2012
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Critter Pack Walk Sept. 29

On Saturday, Sept. 29, the community is invited to join Critter Magazine, PARTNERS!Canines and animal lovers, shelters and rescue groups from all over the High Country at Green Mother Goods in Boone to help raise awareness for the homeless pet crisis in the High Country. 
09/20/2012
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SBI agent to host Internet safety class

Course designed to help parents safeguard children from online danger
09/20/2012
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Wilkes Ag Fair returns Sept. 25

The Wilkes County Agricultural Fair returns for its 40th year on Tuesday, Sept. 25, running through Saturday, Sept. 29. 
09/20/2012
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‘Spontaneous Happiness’ workshop coming to Boone

Bare Essentials Natural Market will present an interactive eight-week community workshop adapted from Dr. Andrew Weil’s latest New York Times...
09/20/2012
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ASU offers phys-ed for home-schooled children

The Physical Education Program at Appalachian State University is offering its Home School Physical Education Program for the 2012-13 academic year.
09/20/2012

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