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Blowing Rock residents target gun amendment

An Internet campaign by the Grass Roots North Carolina organization to persuade members of the Blowing Rock Town Council to vote against a proposed amendment to a town ordinance may have backfired when residents of the town got wind of it. 
01/12/2012
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Warm December ends 2011 at Grandfather

The automatic weather station at the top of Grandfather Mountain recorded an average high temperature for December of 43.1 degrees and the average low temperature of 29.5 degrees.  
01/12/2012
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Marriott opens Courtyard to the High Country

The High Country’s newest hotel only opened Tuesday, and it’s already in high demand.
01/12/2012
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LMC hosts memorial service for cyclist Baab Jan. 12

Lees-McRae College will hold a memorial service to honor freshman cyclist Megan Baab, who died in a tragic training accident last month, on Thursday, Jan. 12, at 2 p.m. in Evans Auditorium.
01/10/2012
585

The Need to Feed

FARM Café moving into now-closed Boone Drug fountain
01/05/2012
586

MT’s Best Movies & Music of 2011

It’s fixing to be a year rife with top-notch entertainment, but before we forge onward, The Mountain Times takes a peak back at some of our favorites of yesteryear.
01/05/2012
587

Gas tax hikes, new laws in effect

New Year’s Day meant changes for drivers in North Carolina.
01/05/2012
588

ASU listed as a best value by Kiplinger’s

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine has released its 2012 Best Values in Public Colleges issue, and once again Appalachian State University is among the top 50 public institutions.
01/05/2012
589

App Trail Hall of Fame accepting nominations

Nominees for the Appalachian Trail Hall of Fame will be accepted through Wednesday, Feb. 29.
01/05/2012
590

End of an Era

After 92 years and countless numbers of sausage biscuits, split chilidogs and milkshakes, the Boone Drug lunch counter served its final French...
01/05/2012
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Save the Snot Otter

Partnering friends help protect New River’s hellbenders
12/29/2011
592

Conrad’s Coffee closing Shadowline location

With 11 years proudly serving customers at their Shadowline retail location, Conrad and Jody Poe of Conrad’s Coffee Company have decided to close the location to focus on expanding their wholesale presence and reach. 
12/29/2011
593

Grimes named Regional Teacher of the Year

Darcy Grimes of Bethel Elementary School was recognized Monday for a distinction no other Watauga County educator has achieved since 1985: Regional Teacher of the Year.
12/29/2011
594

UAE university turns to ASU to improve focus on first-year students

It’s a concern many universities deal with: first year students who aren’t quite ready for the academic rigors of college.
12/29/2011
595

Church first N.C. grower to serve as association president

Cline Church will become North Carolina’s first grower to ascend to the presidency in the history of the National Christmas Tree Association on Jan. 1.
12/29/2011
596

321 widening project scheduled for 2012

N.C. Department of Transportation Secretary Gene Conti has awarded a contract to widen about four miles of U.S. 321 through Blowing Rock.
12/22/2011
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LMC mourns loss of freshman cyclist

Lees-McRae College is mourning the loss of freshman cyclist Megan Baab, who was killed in an accident on U.S. 221 on Dec. 15.
12/22/2011
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Design approved for MST license plate

Almost 1,200 people voted to help Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail select a design for a special license plate celebrating North Carolina’s state trail.
12/22/2011
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Watauga TDA nets grant for MST

Funds will rehabilitate Boone Fork Trail portions on Parkway
12/22/2011
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Town of Boone hopes for green Christmas

The town of Boone’s recycling program would like to remind the community that there are many creative ways to reduce waste by reusing and recycling the massive amount of packaging that the holiday season creates.
12/22/2011

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