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March is Red Cross Month

In March, most High Country residents are seeing hints of spring.

Some, however, are seeing red.

March is Red Cross Month, and local...
02/27/2014
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From the Ashes

DENR, Duke Energy move forward in wake of coal ash spill
02/27/2014
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Free health insurance help March 5 and 21

Consumers seeking to enroll in affordable health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act can receive free, in-person help from trained...
02/27/2014
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N.C. lawyers give free legal info March 7

N.C. lawyers will give freely of their time and talent on Friday, March 7, as participants in the North Carolina Bar Association’s seventh annual...
02/27/2014
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‘Appalachian Justice’

This past summer, one of the nation’s premier leaders in investigative documentaries told Ashe County Sheriff James Williams what he long...
02/20/2014
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Farmers Market

What’s in a name?

Three established businessmen are about to find out.

Recently, Peabody’s Wine and Beer Merchants owners Jeff...
02/20/2014
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Meet the Flexure

Richard Elaver stumbled upon the idea while watching his 1-year-old son taking apart and then reassembling a common household utensil.

“I...
02/20/2014
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OASIS seeks volunteers for crisis line, offers training

OASIS Inc.  (Opposing Abuse with Service, Information and Shelter) is a private, non-profit volunteer organization that has been serving...
02/20/2014
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Blowing Rock TDA releases 2013 report, cites revenue boost

Tourism tax revenues in Blowing Rock increased by 4.23 percent in 2013 from the previous year, in spite of major travel disruptions caused by the...
02/20/2014
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Samaritan’s Purse reports increase in giving

Operation Christmas Child, a national Christian holiday initiative through Samaritan’s Purse, is reporting an increase in the number of collected shoeboxes, which were distributed to needy children worldwide. 
02/14/2014
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NC price-gouging law triggered by winter storm emergency

North Carolina’s price-gouging law is in effect due to a state of emergency declared, as a winter storm is expected to bring snow and ice to much of the state, N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper said Tuesday.
02/14/2014
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Blue Ridge Electric extends reduction to span three months

The Blue Ridge Electric Membership Corporation’s board of directors has extended a temporary rate reduction to span three months for Blue Ridge members. 
02/14/2014
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Autism camp to be held April 8 to 10, now open for registration

Crinkleroot Retreat, a free day camp to be held April 8 to 10, is recruiting campers ages 8 to 14 with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  
02/14/2014
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Boone post office extends hours for Presidents Day weekend

The U.S. Postal Service, Greensboro District has announced the opening or extending of Saturday retail hours for 40 select or “premier” post offices throughout the northern half of the state on Saturday, Feb. 15, the Saturday of President’s Day weekend.
02/14/2014
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Zaxby's to roost on 105

The Boone Board of Adjustment approved two variance requests and a special use permit for a proposed Zaxby's restaurant on Thursday, according to...
02/10/2014
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Philanthropy by the Pint

The Appalachian Mountain Brewery is more than just a place to drink locally brewed beer — it is a constituent of the community.

Since AMB...
02/06/2014
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Minding One’s Manors

Moses H. Cone Memorial Park in Blowing Rock recently met a lengthy list of criteria to be officially recognized as a part of the National Register...
02/06/2014
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Chef Bloodworth goes West

Edwin Bloodworth has always taken great satisfaction in seeing the eye-opening delight and yums that follow when people sample his culinary...
02/06/2014
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Conservancy, community create garden in Foscoe

Blue Ridge Conservancy, students and AmeriCorps restore 1.7 acres
02/06/2014
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SAHA welcomes new board members

The Southern Appalachian Historical Association, nonprofit producer of “Horn in the West” and Hickory Ridge Living History Museum, rings in the...
02/06/2014

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