11 hrs ago
The Yadkin Ripple Incorporated
History, people, growth a " themes of SCC celebration
President of Surry Community College Dr. David Shockley showed off the original 1964 seal of Surry Community College, once saved from salvage and now refinished, as college staff continued on Monday to feverishly install furniture for the SCC 50th Anniversary Business After Hours celebration to be held on Thursday.
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14 hrs ago
Sheri Lynch to be speaker at Great Friend to Families awards ceremony
Known for her quick wit and fun banter on Charlotte's "Bob and Sheri Show," Sheri Lynch of the LINK Radio Network will be the featured speaker at the sixth annual Great Friend to Families Award luncheon on March 22 at the Reich College of Education on the Appalachian State University campus.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Updated hall bath has organic feel
Caroline Shillito, owner and principal designer of emma delon, LLC, created a tranquil, soothing and inviting space that fits beautifully into this 1968 arts and crafts home.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
ASU leaders alter planned program cuts
Appalachian State University leaders have altered academic program elimination plans announced late last year as a result of a faculty committee's recommendations.
Boone Greenway section to be closed April through fall
A section of the Boone Greenway Trail will be closed from April 1 until the fall as crews work to restore a South Fork New River bank.
Weather closings and delays for Friday, March 7
Watauga County Schools will be closed for students on Friday, March 7. For teachers, it is an optional workday.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The Mountain Times
Queer Film Series starts March 19
The 14th annual Queer Film Series returns to Appalachian State University March 19. The series features three films in its lineup, and each screening will be followed by a discussion facilitated by the filmmaker or an Appalachian faculty member.
WCS name Smalling principal of...
Mary Smalling, principal at Hardin Park School, has been named Watauga County Schools Principal of the Year for 2014-15.
The Mountain Times
Downtown Boone Art Crawl
The art of Bob Meier and other Doe Ridge Pottery artists will be showcased during this Friday's Downtown Boone Art Crawl.
Board of Elections votes 2-1 on early voting sites
Early voting will not take place on the campus of Appalachian State University during the upcoming primary elections on May 6. Board secretary Bill Aceto submitted the approved plan, which will now have to go before the State Board of Elections because it was not a unanimous vote.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
N.C. poet laureate visits Anson
Bathanti is the current North Carolina Poet Laureate. He traveled Anson, Union and McDowell counties with the North Carolina Visiting Artist Program from 1985 to 1989 and took Tuesday night to offer his reflections on the time he spent here.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
High Country Crime Stoppers and Appalachian State University Police are asking for the public's assistance in solving and preventing larcenies on campus.
Hibriten grad gives ASU students gift of a first impression
On the fourth floor of Raley Hall, home of the Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University, there's a special closet.
Marketplace assistance available before deadline
The March 31 deadline for Health Insurance Marketplace enrollment is one month away, and several events are scheduled locally to provide information and enrollment assistance.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
ASU student arrested after residence hall break-in
University police at Appalachian State University have arrested an individual in connection to a breaking/entering and larceny that occurred on campus property early Sunday, March 2. Alec Christopher Schemmel, a 20-year-old freshman from Mecklenburg County, has been arrested and charged with one felony count of breaking/entering, and one count of ... (more)
American Library Association
Susan L. Jennings Chattanooga State Community College
Susan L. Jennings is Dean of Library Services at the Chattanooga State Community College Augusta R. Kolwyck Library and Information Commons in Chattanooga, Tennessee .
Police looking for person who broke into App. State dorm room
High Country Crime Stoppers and Appalachian State University Police Department are looking for the person who broke into a dorm room at a residence hall on campus early Sunday morning.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
The Star Online
3 brothers serving highway patrol in same county
While many siblings and relatives work in law enforcement together, none share a working relationship quite like the Horton brothers, who are all troopers with the N.C. Highway Patrol and assigned to Rutherford County.
a New CHAPTERSchool votes to keep book with abortion, rape themes
A North Carolina school board will keep in its high school curriculum a book that tackles abortion, torture, rape and prostitution.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
North Denver News
Vitamin D2 causes muscle damage in athletes, D3 speeds healing
Research conducted at Appalachian State University's Human Performance Lab at the N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis showed that taking vitamin D2 supplements decreased levels of vitamin D3 in the body and resulted in higher muscle damage after intense weight lifting.