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- NC COVID-19 positive cases nearing 1,200 with 91 currently hospitalized due to virus
- App State, AppHealthCare provide more info on Watauga's fifth COVID-19 case
- Appalachian Regional Library facilities cancel curbside service, close for staff
- Samaritan’s Purse deploys Emergency Field Hospital to New York City
- Ashe County Schools: Mandatory instruction to begin March 30, remote learning information available
- Cooper issues 'stay at home' order for entire state
- Daycare centers adjust schedules and guidelines, some still providing childcare unless closure is mandated
- Town manager: Jefferson not included in new short-term rental restrictions
- Fifth Watauga County resident tests positive for COVID-19
- ARHS announces CDO supplemental pay for employees
In the news
WEST JEFFERSON — The Hon. Micheal D. Duncan informed both parties Thursday, March 26 that he has denied the motion for a preliminary injunction in the lawsuit between the owners of The Hotel Tavern and Old Hotel purchaser Marck Beck. The ruling comes more than three months after a hearing on…
Editor's note: Ashe Post & Times will update numbers listed in this story throughout the day to reflect any changes as they become available.
BOONE — On Saturday morning, Appalachian District Health Department (AppHealthCare) informed Appalachian State University leadership that the fifth positive case of COVID-19, announced on March 27, was an App State student who is a resident of Watauga County and lives off campus.
Jesus the Christ (the Son of God) came to earth and was born a man. Even He had to wait until God called him into the public ministry. Around age thirty, He began to preach and teach the people all the things His Father had told Him to say. He chose disciples to help Him in the ministry, and…
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LANSING — The Lansing Board of Aldermen met in regular session on March 10 to discuss plans for a barbecue cook-off and hear this year’s plans for the Ashe County Farmers Market.
CHAPEL HILL — The North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced Monday, March 23, it will be extending their suspension of interscholastic athletics until at least Monday, May 18.
WEST JEFFERSON — The Ashe County Huskies men’s tennis team’s home match against West Wilkes Thursday, March 12 was the last action from the school until April 6, but the team finished in style.
WEST JEFFERSON — The North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced Thursday, March 12, that due to concerns over the COVID-19 virus, all interscholastic athletics will be suspended from Friday, March 13, at 11:59 p.m. through at least Monday, April 6.
In light of the ever-evolving situation regarding the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) virus, the Ashe County Arts Council has decided to cancel or postpone upcoming programs and events through May 9. The Ashe Arts Center will be closed to the public at this time and will re-open as soon as reco…
Having fun and raising funds is the idea behind the Feast for the Arts sponsored by the Ashe County Arts Council. The Arts Council is looking for interested folks to host dinners as part of the fundraiser. This year the Feast of the Arts is on Saturday, June 13. Dinners may be held before th…
The phrase “nothing less than brilliant” has been used to describe the outrageous comedy antics and expertly crafted juggling feats of Mark Nizer. Nizer will be at the Ashe Civic Center Friday, March 6. As part of the Arts Council school programming, he will also perform two shows at the Ash…
BOONE — The galleries at the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts at Appalachian State University change throughout the year and feature compelling original art accessible to members of the community. On March 6 from 6-10 p.m., the public is invited to explore the galleries of the Turchin Cent…
As North Carolina and other states inch towards increasingly draconian measures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are all weighing the potential costs of both underreaction and overreaction.
“It’s a war,” says President Donald Trump of his efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic, and likening his role to that of “wartime president.”
Well, that didn’t take long.
“Smart people don’t get bored,” my friend announced when I told her that a lot of people were getting bored from the home-confinement imposed by the ongoing pandemic.