5 Reasons to Bring Your

Business to Watauga County

       

1. Location-Location-Location!

2.  Education Focus

3. Culture of Entrepreneurship

& Creativity

4. Outstanding Quality of Life

5. Hub of Northwestern NC

 

Watauga County Office of

Economic Development 

Take Your Business to

Higher Ground !

 

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Cornerstone Christian

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CCF is a church family that

believes that God is alive and

He cares about you! Come see

what all the talk is about. We

are located 1/2 mile south of

Grandview Funeral Home at

1276 Grandview Dr. Everyone

is welcome & dress is casual.


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Dan's Starry Skies
by Dan Caton

Latest Update: June 13, 2014


Saturn and its rings (NASA)
June places Mars and Saturn along the arc of the ecliptic during the early evening. Saturn is always a fine view in a small telescope and even the smallest will show some of the rings and perhaps a few of its moons. Saturn has more moons visible in a modest (4-8 inch diameter) telescope that Jupiter but they are fainter. Jupiter is lost in the west now until we catch it in the dawn sky in a few months.

Saturn and Mars, looking south about 11pm.


The whole sky for June, 2014