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End of an Era

Appalachian State head football coach Jerry Moore has stepped down from that position after a 24-year career at the university.

Moore, who was...
12/03/2012
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Ski areas aim for Friday opening

Nov. 30 start date would be several days earlier than last winter
11/29/2012
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Researching At-Risk Rivers

People might assume that water in the mountains is pristine, but the local headwaters are increasingly at risk from urbanization, according to...
11/29/2012
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Remembering Rosa Lee

Rosa Lee Watson, widow of Doc Watson dies in Boone
11/29/2012
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Watauga County receives federal funds for distribution

Watauga County has been chosen to receive $21,428 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county, according to the High Country...
11/29/2012
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Realtors: 2012 already busiest year for sales since 2008

Realtors attribute boost to buyers' market conditions
11/29/2012
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Unemployment rates decline in 76 counties in October

According to the N.C. Employment Security Commission, unemployment rates decreased in 76 of North Carolina’s 100 counties in October, increased...
11/29/2012
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Rosa Lee Watson dies at 81

Watson died Thursday, six months after the passing of her husband, legendary musician Doc Watson
11/23/2012
449

A Tree Fit Fir a President

Ashe celebrates harvest of the official White House Christmas Tree
11/21/2012
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Tarleton awarded Order of the Long Leaf Pine

Accolade is one of most prestigious awards presented by N.C. governor
11/21/2012
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U.S. 321 closures in Blowing Rock begin Nov. 27 for blasting

Short section of U.S. 321 in Blowing Rock to be closed twice a week for blasting operations
11/21/2012
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N.C. jobless rate drops to 9.3 percent in October

According to the N.C. Employment Security Commission, North Carolina’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased 0.3 of a percentage point...
11/21/2012
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A Century in the Making

Blowing Rock author has books published 112 years apart
11/15/2012
454

County accepts offer on old WHS

The Watauga County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved an offer on the former Watauga High School property Tuesday, giving Templeton...
11/15/2012
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Rollergirls skate to apprenticeship

The Appalachian Rollergirls’ 2012 season is coming to a close. But it’s not going to go quietly.

The Appalachian Rollergirls will face...
11/15/2012
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Parent to Parent race raises $3,000 for local families

The Charles R. Duke Race for Families held Oct. 27 at the Boone Greenway raised $3,000 for local families.

The run/walk and roll event was a...
11/15/2012
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September unemployment rate in Watauga sees 1 percent drop

Watauga saw a September rate of 7.3 percent, down 1 percent from August
11/15/2012
458

Obama wins re-election

Republicans return to Raleigh, local candidates win by thin margin
11/08/2012
459

First-Time Voters

ASU’s Scholars with Diverse Abilities program encourages students to participate in democracy
11/01/2012
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Black house blighted

A prominent home on Howard’s Knob, visible from most points in downtown Boone, has been deemed a blighted property and condemned by the town of...
11/01/2012

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