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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
142

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
143

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
144

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
145

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
146

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
148

Sustainable Food & Agriculture Grant application period open

Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture calls for proposals
02/06/2014
149

Realtors supported more than dozen local agencies in 2013

More than $12,000 was distributed to more than a dozen area organizations in 2013 by the High Country Association of Realtors, continuing a tradition...
02/06/2014
150

Watauga jobless rate drops in December

Unemployment rates (not seasonally adjusted) decreased in 86 of North Carolina’s counties in December 2013, increased in 11 and remained the same...
02/06/2014
151

Making the Call: Snow Days

The phone rings — it’s an automated message. “Watauga County Schools will be closed for students and staff.”
01/30/2014
152

Shannon resigns from Mountain Home Music

The Mountain Home Music board of directors has known for a while that the organization’s founder, Joe Shannon, was battling cancer.

For...
01/30/2014
153

North Carolina’s most famous groundhog hails from Beech

He’s the Clark Kent of groundhogs — a mild-mannered mammal who leaves a humble mountain life each February to become a rock star in...
01/30/2014
154

Blue Ridge Electric approves temporary rate reduction

Blue Ridge Electric has approved a temporary rate reduction as temperatures in the area continue to flirt with single digit readings during the...
01/30/2014
155

Wildlife Commission helps construct new trails near Parkway

Those interested in hiking near the Blue Ridge Parkway now have three new trails to explore.
01/30/2014
156

ASU to test emergency siren Feb. 5

Appalachian State University will test its campus-wide siren warning system Wednesday, Feb. 5, at 11:55 a.m.

Tests are normally conducted...
01/30/2014
157

N.C. unemployment rate drops in December

The state’s seasonally adjusted December unemployment rate was 6.9 percent, decreasing half of a percentage point from November’s revised rate...
01/30/2014
158

Blue Ridge Electric foundation awards community grants

Watauga County citizens are expected to benefit from grants totaling $37,500, which were awarded recently from the Blue Ridge Electric Members...
01/23/2014
159

Hutchins co-winner of prize for Arabic literary translation

William Hutchins, professor of religious studies at Appalachian State University, was recently named co-winner of the esteemed Saif Ghobash Banipal...
01/23/2014
160

NCNR to protect, preserve 61 acres

A Todd couple — Barbara and Stephen Benson — has donated a conservation easement of 61 acres of property.

Entrusted to the National...
01/23/2014

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