Watauga County

Experts Say Watauga Elections Board Broke No Law

Experts in government law say the chairman of the Watauga County Board of Elections broke no state law when he asked that a heated discussion during a board meeting be dropped from the minutes.

North Carolina Writers Serve Up Spring Reading Options

Ready or not, spring is here and it is time for a seasonal update on new books important to North Carolinians. This month’s most important literary news is the release of “Life After Life,” popular author Jill McCorkle’s first...

New books and a new Bookwatch

UNC-TV’s North Carolina Bookwatch begins a new season on Friday, August 5, at 9:30 p.m., and Sunday, August 7, at 5 p.m.   My editors let me share with you my reading suggestions. They know that the suggestions parallel exactly...

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More help for farm fresh food eaters

Last week I introduced you to two authors of new food books that celebrate the joys of preparing and eating fresh farm food in season. In that column I wrote about Andrea Reusing’s “Cooking In The Moment: A Year of Seasonal...

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Help for farm fresh food eaters—part one

What is North Carolina’s most widely available summertime pleasure that we most often pass by without partaking? It is the bounty of delicious fresh foods that are available throughout the state all summer long. I have been...

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