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CHAPEL HILL — In an effort to continue to provide communication regarding the current state of North Carolina High School athletics, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association held a media conference call on Wednesday, July 8, to update where it currently stands in relation to any r…

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With the upcoming July 4th Holiday weekend, we urge the community to remain vigilant and cautious to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We realize this is an important time to celebrate our country’s independence with family and friends, but it is so important to remember the virus has more opp…

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CHARLOTTE — While the ongoing coronavirus pandemic still threatens the health of millions in this country and around the world, it continues to create additional challenges for people living with Alzheimer’s and all dementia, their families and caregivers, including 180,000 in North Carolina…

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It’s that time of the year for parents to look into summer camp options. Here you’ll find a listing of area recreational, educational and arts camps for toddlers to teens. Camps in all three categories include indoor, outdoor and online activities in accordance with state guidelines for soci…

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JEFFERSON — A multi-county communication campaign, Show Your Love, is launching to encourage the community to take actions that show love for one another and slows the spread of COVID-19.

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ASHE COUNTY — The numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Carolina have continued to surge during the state’s removal of shutdown laws allowing some semblance of normalcy to return to the lives of millions.

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The Ashe County Arts Council has made the decision to cancel the 2020 Ashe County Bluegrass and Old Time Fiddlers Convention scheduled for July and the Ashe County Studio Tour scheduled for August.

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WEST JEFFERSON — Ashe County High School Athletic Director David Koontz announced plans for a return to athletic activities for students Thursday, June 11.

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RALEIGH — The state’s governor and health secretary on June 8 expressed concerns that North Carolina’s COVID-19 trends are accelerating in the wrong direction, as that day marked the highest number of virus-related hospitalizations in the state at 739 and June 6 marked the highest number of …

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ASHE COUNTY — The 35th Annual Ashe County Commissioners’ Volunteer Awards were scheduled to be held April 23, but due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions placed in order to stop the spread, the event was postponed and eventually canceled.

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ASHE COUNTY — The numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Carolina have continued to surge during the state’s removal shutdown laws, allowing some semblance of normalcy to return to the lives of millions.