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Izzy Evely finished first overall at the Blue Ridge Open to lead App State women's cross country to the team title on Friday. [Read More]
With hardly a cloud in the sky, families picked out pumpkins and found their way through a corn maze in Deep Gap on Oct. 18. [Read More]
The Sun Belt Conference recognized the academic excellence of 330 student-athletes from App State on Thursday, marking the highest total in the league. [Read More]
Appalachian State University's Faculty Senate is forming an ad hoc committee to research the meaning behind shared governance among faculty and administrators, as well as... [Read More]
For 16 years, former state Rep. Cherie Berry has served as North Carolina's labor commissioner. Now she's retiring, and another Republican state representative, Josh Dobson... [Read More]
The person who manages most of state government's financial assets — the $107 billion pension fund for state and local employees, for starters — is... [Read More]
It was a woolly worm race for the ages, as a small gathering of dedicated wooly worm enthusiasts convened on Holston Presbytery Camp on Saturday,... [Read More]
Officials with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services' Division of Public Health on Oct. 15 announced the first reported flu-related death of... [Read More]
The Children's Council of Watauga County is "Hittin' the Road" so that it can bring our programs, services, diapers and activity kits to the public... [Read More]
Months of planning have led up to Watauga County Schools allowing students in all grade levels to return to in-person learning starting Oct. 19. [Read More]
Following a presentation of Downtown Boone Development Association recommendations on Oct. 15, the Boone Town Council directed staff to develop options for regulating food trucks... [Read More]
Beginning with Thursday's home football game against Arkansas State (7:30 p.m., ESPN), App State will welcome a limited number of spectators to Kidd Brewer Stadium,... [Read More]
Watauga early-voting sites are experiencing a higher number of voters during the first four days of early voting than around the same time two years... [Read More]
In the past week, a decline in COVID-19-related hospitalizations at Watauga Medical Center has mirrored a continued decline in active cases in Watauga County and... [Read More]
Kurt W. Schlichting, 51, of Zionville, North Carolina died Thursday, October 8, 2020. [Read More]
Mr. George Keith Cable, age 50, of Sugar Grove, passed away Friday, October 16, 2020. [Read More]
Jacob-Thomas Greene, 17, of Sugar Grove, N.C., passed away Thursday, October 15, 2020. [Read More]
Iona (Ome) Titus died early Monday morning, October 5, 2020, in her Snaggy Mountain summer home, with and Bill Hopes and had three sisters and... [Read More]
Sewer line construction across N.C. 194 just north of the New Market Boulevard intersection will begin on Monday, Oct. 26. One lane will be closed... [Read More]
The coronavirus pandemic is making everything look a lot different this year and that includes the High Country Turkey Trot 5K. The annual Thanksgiving Day... [Read More]
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