Watauga News


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Tax on Christmas trees on hold

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is going to delay implementation and revisit a proposed new 15 cent fee on fresh-cut Christmas trees, it was announced last week by officials. 
11/17/2011
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Nominations sought for Wildlife Conservation Award

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is seeking nominations through Jan. 30 for the seventh annual Thomas L. Quay Award.

The award...
11/17/2011
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Bathanti selected as N.C. Humanities Council trustee

The N.C. Humanities Council, a statewide nonprofit and affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, has selected Joseph Bathani to serve a three-year term as a council trustee. 
11/17/2011
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Tsuga Canopies helps raise $1,200 for Mountain Alliance

Tsuga Canopies, a local business in Boone, hosted a fundraising event on Nov. 5.  
11/17/2011
625

Boone outbid on Appalachian Cinema

All is not lost where the old Appalachian Cinema on King Street is concerned, despite the town’s attempt to buy the property being outbid at a foreclosure auction last Thursday, newly re-elected Boone Town Council member Andy Ball said Friday. 
11/17/2011
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Appalachian Women’s Fund appoints first executive director

For the first time, the Appalachian Women’s Fund is surmounting the steep incline that is the fundraising year with a leader at the helm.
11/17/2011
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ASU resumes its study abroad programs to Cuba

It’s been an on-and-off again experience, depending on the political winds blowing from the nation’s capital,
11/17/2011
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Working Toward ‘A Perfect World’

For 2008 Appalachian State University graduate Nathan Belyeu, Monday was like coming home. 
11/17/2011
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Watauga sees 9 percent voter turnout

Tuesday’s municipal elections saw a 9.03 voter turnout, with incumbents generally winning their respective races.
11/10/2011
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Art helps feed the hungry

Since 2007, a local Christian ministry has been helping take a bite out of hunger through a weekly food distribution center.
11/10/2011
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Beech gets new snow guns, terrain and name

Skiers and snowboarders will experience several new things this winter on Beech Mountain, starting with the name of their destination.
11/10/2011
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UNC-TV receives high marks from citizens

In the latest results of the Elon University public affairs poll just released, UNC-TV received high marks from North Carolina citizens.
11/10/2011
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Solar Homestead featured on ‘Appalachian Perspective’

Dave Lee and Jamie Russell discuss the success and benefits of Appalachian State University’s Solar Homestead team.
11/10/2011
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LMC announces scholarships for students

Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk has announced scholarships for students in 10 area counties.
11/10/2011
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The Ugliest Catch

Hagfish provides challenging research opportunities 


11/03/2011
636

Book It!

The Appalachian Regional Library System, serving Ashe, Watauga and Wilkes counties, was selected to receive 100 children’s picture books from the Brownstone Book Fund, a private nonprofit foundation based in New York City. 
11/03/2011
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Regional artist project grant winners announced

The arts councils of Alleghany, Ashe, Watauga and Wilkes counties announced the winners of the 2011-2012 Regional Artist Project of Northwest North Carolina Grants Program. 
11/03/2011
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Wilkes businesswoman may challenge Foxx

A Wilkes County businesswoman has indicated an interest in challenging Republican U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx in North Carolina’s 5th District.
11/03/2011
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Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week Nov. 13-19

The public is invited to view “Easy Street,” a documentary about homelessness, and participate in The Gobbler 5K to raise money for students’ service-learning opportunities as part of events during Appalachian State University’s Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week Nov. 13-19. 
11/03/2011
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NCDOT offers DST advice 

The N.C. Department of Transportation is reminding motorists that daylight saving time ends this weekend and they need to be alert to the change. 
11/03/2011

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