ASHE COUNTY — As the National Weather Service predicted, snow that started in the High Count…
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The following wreck reports have been released by the North Carolina Department of Public Safety in Ashe County.
RALEIGH – In a special session, the Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly passed a new voter ID bill that went to the governor’s desk on Dec. 6.
RALEIGH — A records request lawsuit appeal brought forth against former Ashe County sheriffs by WBTV, a Charlotte-based television news station, was dismissed by N.C. Court of Appeals judges in an opinion published Tuesday, Dec. 4, according to court documents.
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If we hear the Word of God preached on Sundays, why should we study the Bible throughout the week? Some may think that the Bible is too hard to understand, but how can we ever understand the one book that God has given us about Himself, if we do not read it ourselves? Jesus came into the wor…
New River Conservancy staff pose for a picture during their holiday gathering at Glendale Springs Inn & Restaurant the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 7, celebrating another year of New River conservation.
BOONE — Appalachian State head football coach Scott Satterfield has said before that the Mountaineers have seen plenty of “firsts” over the past four years.
WEST JEFFERSON — With teams that head coach Phil Morrison said are the best in school history, Ashe County’s indoor track squads have looked good in early showings, as many athletes have qualified for the state meet.
WEST JEFFERSON — Ashe County High School’s basketball, wrestling, indoor track and swim teams have all experienced rescheduling or cancellations early on this winter season. First-year athletic director David Koontz has been navigating the complicated waters of athletic scheduling, noting we…
Is child sacrifice still practiced in our world?
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In Katowice, Poland, all the signers of the 2015 Paris climate accord are gathered to assess how the world’s nations are meeting their goals to cut carbon emissions.
“There should be an historic plaque in Chapel Hill honoring George Bush.”