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Templeton files upset bid on old WHS

Templeton Properties of Boone submitted an upset bid Friday morning of $18,948,000 for the former Watauga High School property, according to county...
11/01/2012
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Gomez named N.C. Animal Control Officer of the Year

Anita Gomez, a 12-year animal control officer for Watauga County, was recently named the North Carolina Animal Control Officer of the...
11/01/2012
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October snow hits High Country

A rare October snowstorm produced by an uncommon East Coast weather event resulted in poor road conditions, school closings and impromptu winter activities
10/30/2012
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ASU cancels classes for Oct. 30

Due to inclement weather, ASU has cancelled Tuesday's classes
10/29/2012
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Sugar anticipates Wednesday opening

According to its website, Sugar Mountain Ski Resort plans to open on Halloween — this Wednesday, Oct. 31 — for skiing and...
10/29/2012
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Operation Medicine Cabinet Oct. 27

Prescription drug take-back scheduled for Saturday
10/24/2012
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1861 Farmhouse uncorks success in wine competitions

The 1861 Farmhouse Restaurant and Winery is sporting new hardware on its private label wines these days.

The winery’s first-ever submission...
10/24/2012
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Winter Weather Wevealed

35th annual Woolly Worm Festival delivers official winter forecast
10/22/2012
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Early voting under way

Voters can go the polls this week, as the first of three early voting sites opened Oct. 18
10/17/2012
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County accepts $18M offer on old WHS

Initial development plans call for student housing, retail space
10/17/2012
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Mountains-to-Sea Trail dedicated in Blowing Rock

Last section of nearly 1,000-mile long trail finished near Thunder Hill Overlook
10/17/2012
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AWF distributes $62,000 in grants

Funds benefit organizations in five mountain counties
10/17/2012
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NCDOT: Keep alert for deer

Increased presence of deer expected during fall months
10/17/2012
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ASU’s Walker College named in best business schools review

The Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University has been included in the 2013 edition of The Princeton Review’s annual guidebook,...
10/17/2012
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Region’s economy grows, employment stays stagnant

Economic growth continued in Western North Carolina in August, but labor figures continue to be dismal.
10/11/2012
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Boil water advisory lifted

Water plant staff has completed testing and has not discovered any safety concerns.
10/10/2012
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Hole in One

Casa Rustica’s annual Charity Golf Tournament raised $16,000 for the High Country Caregivers Foundation.
10/04/2012
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Meet the Candidates Oct. 9

The Boone Area Chamber of Commerce will host its Meet the Candidates Forum Tuesday, Oct. 9, in the large courtroom of the Watauga County Courthouse...
10/04/2012
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N.C. unemployment rates decline in 72 counties

Unemployment rates decreased in 72 of North Carolina’s 100 counties in August, increased in 18, and were unchanged in 10.

When compared...
10/04/2012
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More than 14,000 violations during ‘Child Passenger Safety’ campaign

Law enforcement officers cited more than 14,000 motorists for traffic and criminal violations.
10/04/2012

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