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Women Helping Women

Two years ago, Paula Ketchum managed a doctor's office. Now, several surgeries and a downed economy later, she finds herself at the Hunger and Health Coalition looking for help.
09/30/2010
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The 'Times,' They are a Changin'

"What's happening." The period is intentional. For 'The Mountain Times,' it's no longer a question.
This time next week, "the High Country's Newspaper" becomes "the What's Happening Newspaper."
09/23/2010
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News Roundup

Appalachian's atmospheric research facility dedicated Sept. 23
 
Appalachian State University will dedicate its AppalAIR facility...
09/23/2010
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HCUW preps for Pig Kiss-Off

An as-yet-to-be-named pig is under a lot of pressure. High Country United Way director Linda Slade is counting on the swine (and the High Country United Way Big Pig Kiss-Off) to ham up some serious cash.
09/23/2010
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Don't let the bedbugs bite

The past week has brought some itchy headlines as places like Catawba College have confirmed an exterminator's worst fear: Bedbugs. While no confirmed infestations have hit Appalachian State University or Lees-McRae College yet, officials are still on alert for bedbugs.
09/23/2010
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Professors talk peace

"World Peace." It's what you're supposed to say if you're granted one wish. According to Appalachian State University professors Curtis Ryan and Renee Scherlen, you may not need a genie to make it happen; just a lot of compromise. World peace may be closer than you think.
09/23/2010
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So That No Child is Hungry

At this time of year, every year, the High Country is ripe with festivals celebrating our heritage, honoring the apple and the woolly worm - and all...
09/23/2010
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Artist donates work for Hospice ball

The upcoming second annual Fall Ball for High Country Hospice is not just another fundraiser.
It's all about helping make the most of the life we have left. No one knows that better than Blowing Rock artist Harriett Fulton.
09/23/2010
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Putting the Bizarre in Bazaar

"We're all silly here," Rosie Bentley laughed, doing a little twirl.

With her shiny tiara and fluffy tutu, she might cause raised eyebrows...
09/16/2010
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Life Choices

Pro-life activist speaks in Boone, pro-choice activist responds
09/16/2010
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News Roundup

DOT modifies 321 road closures

The N.C. Department of Transportation will close a section of U.S. 321 in Caldwell County at 7 p.m. starting...
09/16/2010
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Pig preps for puckering: HCUW to kick off fundraiser Thursday

No snout about it, High Country United Way is embarking on a rather non-traditional way to ham up some cash, and the faint of heart need not apply.
09/16/2010
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NEWS ROUNDUP

Pet Show Sunday
The annual Watauga Humane Society Pet Show will take place Sunday at the Boone Mall.
09/09/2010
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Autumn Times has arrived

It's back.

The Mountain Times' celebrated seasonal guide to all things High Country has once again beat autumn to the punch, as The Autumn...
09/09/2010
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Pictures on Tap

The third annual High Country Beer Fest, held Sept. 4, saw a record number of 1,700 beer lovers...
09/09/2010
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Yoga outdoors

Quiet breezes and the crisp scent of leaves.

It's just part of the appeal of a new trend that's hitting High Country's healthy: Yoga...
09/09/2010
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Hobnob at Elk Knob

You can't put a price on community.

Unless, of course, it's a potluck, and Patsy Eller's homemade blueberry pie is involved.
To event...
09/09/2010
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Walking quietly to speak loudly

Silently, amidst the soft glow of flashlights and street lamps, students walked by the hundreds Tuesday.
09/09/2010
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Harvest Season coming to an end for local gardeners

Earlier this year, I had visions of numerous hazy, lazy days of summer.
09/09/2010
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Fighting back, a personal choice

Walk for Awareness was just one of the elements making up this year's Safety Week at Appalachian State University.
09/09/2010

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