WATAUGA — With another High Country winter well under way, Watauga County Schools stated that it wanted to remind families how the district makes and communicates decisions about the operation of school during inclement weather.
RALEIGH — The Republican-controlled North Carolina General Assembly adjourned its long session on Nov. 15 after the state Senate approved new Congressional maps along partisan lines.
BOONE — The busy summer selling season has yet to end for local Realtors, with sales in October at a 14-month high.
Samuel Morse was born into a preacher’s home in New England just two years after George Washington was elected the first president of the United States. After finishing his education at Yale, he went to England to hone his painting skill. Upon his return to America he was recognized as a gif…
“Know ye not that they which run in a race run all, but one receiveth the prize? So run, that ye may obtain.” I Corinthians 9:24
WATAUGA — Health officials with AppHealthCare and Appalachian Regional Healthcare System are encouraging people to receive the flu vaccine to prevent illness.
BOONE — Blue Ridge Community Theatre, founded in 1975, is ready to produce in the High County community again under the direction of Julie A. Richardson, its newly-elected president.
When most people hear the word “hospice,” they typically think about the worst — the loss of a loved one.