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MerleFest 25 now accepting volunteer applications

10/06/2011 - Volunteering is one thing, but volunteering to the tune of MerleFest is another.
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Watauga Humane Society opens new shelter

10/06/2011 - After years of planning and preparation, the Watauga Humane Society opened the doors of its new Irma Baker Lyons Adoption and Education Center to the public last Friday.
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Christmas tree farm goes solar

10/06/2011 - Christmas tree-laden Newland, the county seat for Northwest North Carolina’s Avery County, has gone solar.
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Ninth rainiest September at Grandfather

10/06/2011 - A total of 9.26 inches of rain was recorded in September at the weather data reporting station located at the top of Grandfather Mountain. 
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Solar Homestead is People's Choice

10/04/2011 - ASU Solar Decathlon entry comes in 12th overall
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1451st recognized with national excellence award

09/29/2011 - A North Carolina National Guard unit was honored for its logistical expertise in Phoenix, Ariz., Sept. 12.
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Go, Solar!

09/29/2011 - ASU Solar Homestead’s time to shine
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Watauga Humane Society moves this week

09/29/2011 - New facility to open Friday
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Deck the Halls

09/29/2011 - WAC brings permanent art to Watauga High
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Council agrees to test game-day traffic plan

09/29/2011 - Game day traffic could get some welcome relief.
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Caregivers host Trivia Night Challenge Oct. 1

09/29/2011 - The High Country Caregiver Foundation will host its sixth Trivia Night Challenge Oct. 1 at La Quinta Inns and Suites at 165 N.C. 105 Ext. in Boone.
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Broyhill Inn restaurant closes, rest to follow

09/29/2011 - The Broyhill Inn and Conference Center remains open, despite the closure of the restaurant portion, said Greg Lovins, Appalachian State University’s interim vice chancellor for business affairs.
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ASU to test siren warning system Oct. 5

09/29/2011 - Appalachian State University will test its campus-wide siren warning system Wednesday, Oct. 5.
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High Country United Church recognized as ‘Open and Affirming’

09/29/2011 - The High Country United Church of Christ has been formally recognized as an “Open and Affirming” church by the United Church of Christ Coalition for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Concerns.
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Go Fish!

09/22/2011 - Delayed-harvest trout waters get new regulations
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Cycling for a Cause

09/22/2011 - Bicyclists journey length of Blue Ridge Parkway for Eliada Homes
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Meet EMMA

09/22/2011 - New project connects seniors with local food, improved fitness
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App Womens Fund breaks funding record

09/22/2011 - 12 nonprofits to benefit
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All About Women Expo coming soon

09/22/2011 - The inaugural All About Women Expo is just around the corner and promises to be an event that no woman will want to miss.
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Council mulls noise ordinance amendment

09/22/2011 - Business owners and community members joined the Boone Town Council last Thursday to discuss amending a controversial noise ordinance.

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