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Following the discovery of some building-related issues at its new home, the Watauga Arts Council has delayed the official opening of the Blue Ridge ArtSpace until Thursday, May 23. Comment?
Art in the Park, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012, now begins its second half-century this weekend. Comment?
The Davis Special has had stops all over the country. From Boone to Memphis, Tenn., to Phoenix, and finally to Michigan, the car has racked up its share of travel miles. Comment?
To supplement its current list of musical offerings, Boone's Jones House Community Center will begin offering free public pickin' parties in June. Comment?
Company town boys pose for a photo at Hart Spring Farm. They are Harold Eastridge, Frank Kearney, Ron Coulthard , Bill Coulthard and Henry Kearney. Comment?
From left, soil and water conservation technician Brian Chatham, N.C. Cooperative Extension agent Wendy Patoprsty and Boone water conservation program coordinator Lane Weiss showcase the 'Ivy' rain barrel available to local residents at a discounted price. Comment?
The Boone Blockbuster video store location will be closing May 30, store officials confirmed Monday. Comment?
The second annual World War II Symposium, hosted by the Appalachian High Country World War II Roundtable Inc., will be held Saturday, May 18, at Watauga High School in Boone. Comment?
From left, Sue Ollis and Raymond Miller enjoy each other's company at a previous Spring Fling celebration at Glenbridge Health and Rehabilitation. Comment?
Three days of browsing through thousands of books. It's every bookworm's dream turned reality, and it happens every spring during the annual book sale at Boone Mall. Comment?
East meets West at CoBo Sushi Bistro and Bar in Boone, where Asian cuisine is given a Southern twist in a casual, yet subtly upscale environment. Comment?
The Red, White and Bluegrass Jam series runs April through November, and musicians take to the stage on the first and third Tuesdays of every month, from 7 to 10 p.m. John Tester said it only takes one jam session to get you hooked on the Red, White and Bluegrass music series of Boone. Comment?
Looking for something more than flowers and a card for your mom this Mother's Day? ArtWalk has hundreds of handcrafted items that she might very well fall in love with. Comment?
Andrew Skurka pauses for a photo at Yosemite National Park. The ultra long-distance backpacker and author will host a presentation May 10 at ASU. Comment?
As a college student, Patrick Sullivan learned the importance of quality and freshness, while working at Stick Boy Bread Company. Comment?
Eliot Smith, of Boone, will take to the trails of Daniel Boone Native Gardens this weekend for some needed repair. Comment?
For more than two decades, the High Country has helped take a bite out of hunger by participating in the annual "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive, sponsored by the National Letter Carriers Association and Campbell Soup Company. Comment?
A permit to build a Walgreens on King Street was denied by the Boone Board of Adjustment following a four-hour hearing Thursday. 57 comments
According to founder Rio Tazewell, the Boone Community Network, a locally based social media network, will help connect community members to happenings in the High Country. Comment?
James Wallace is coming back to Boone, and this time he's bringing some friends. Comment?