WEST JEFFERSON — Two were injured in a three-vehicle accident that occurred at the intersection of Frank Dillard Road and N.C. 163 in West Jefferson shortly before noon on Tuesday, April 14.
WEST JEFFERSON — It's Spring Fest time again!
WILKESBORO — The Watauga-Ashe-Wilkes Scholarship Endowment recently awarded $5,000 to Wilkes Community College to use for student scholarships during the 2014-2015 academic year.
WEST JEFFERSON — Ashe County's annual Project Graduation Fundraiser will take place from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday, April 17 and Saturday April 18, and from 1-6 p.m. Sunday, April 19.
WEST JEFFERSON — United States Sen. Richard Burr, North Carolina's senior representative in the U.S. Senate, stopped by West Jefferson Thursday, April 9 to speak before a group of members representing a new local group known as Ashe Vision...
ASHE COUNTY — Mary Howell has a message for Ashe County teens thinking of consuming alcohol at an early age, and it's a pretty simple one: Don't do it.
WILKESBORO — Finalists have been selected for the annual Chris Austin Songwriting Contest, hosted by MerleFest 2015. Now in its 23rd year, the contest is an extraordinary opportunity for aspiring writers to have their original songs heard and...
The following accidents that occurred between March 22 and March 28 were reported by the N.C. Highway Patrol and are considered public record.March 22Clifton
It's all aboard! Tweetsie Railroad is set to pull into the station on Friday, April 10 for another exciting season filled with Wild West adventure for the whole family.
RALEIGH — Complaints about unwanted sales calls, telemarketing fraud and lending lead the list of consumer complaints to the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division, Attorney General Roy Cooper announced last...
WEST JEFFERSON — Spring has finally sprung in Ashe County, bringing nourishing rains, green fields, a new generation of animals on the farm and the start of a new season for the Ashe County Farmers Market (ACFM).
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WEST JEFFERSON — The Ashe Campus of Wilkes Community College will offer the 15th Annual Professional Women's Seminar on Thursday, April 16, from 1-3 p.m. The event will take place at Blue Ridge Electric, which is located on N.C. 163 in...
WEST JEFFERSON — Musicians from around the region and country will converge upon Ashe County for a great weekend of music in late July for the 45th installment of the Ashe County Bluegrass and Old Time Fiddlers Convention.
Humans have always found it necessary to name people, places or things. Ashe County has its share of common names as well as some shrouded in mystery.
Ashe County High School English teacher Keana Triplett was named the 2015 Burroughs Wellcome Fund North Carolina Teacher of the Year on Tuesday, April 7. The Ashe County Public Schools' teacher succeeds James E. Ford, a World History teacher at...
A shooting that occurred late Saturday evening landed an Ashe County woman in the hospital with critical injuries, and her neighbor in jail.
Ashe County High School had a huge success at the 39th annual State Leadership Conference for Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) in Greensboro, March 26-28.
DURHAM (TNS) — Local organizers have launched an online campaign to raise money to expand a documentary about North Carolina music that aired in January into a series.
The statewide unemployment rate remained at 5.3 percent for February, the same rate the state saw in January, according to figures released Friday by the North Carolina Department of Commerce's Labor and Economic Analysis...
The following are corporations/non-profits in Ashe County that registered with the North Carolina Secretary of State's office during the month of February. Items are listed by corporation's name, followed by registered agent and primary...
The following accidents that occurred between March 15 and March 21 were reported by the N.C. Highway Patrol and are considered public record.March 15Fleetwood
ASHE COUNTY — The following are the restaurant and facility grades for Ashe County for the month of March.
BOONE — The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Partnership has awarded $7,000 to the Center for Appalachian Studies at Appalachian State University to develop lesson plans about North Carolina's music traditions.