The Haggard Brothers

Tribute to Merle Haggard

With Emi Sunshine

March 13, 2020

The Walker Center

Wilkes Community College

Click for tickets

www.walkercenteronline.org

or call 336-838-6260   

Heavenly Touch

Day Spa & Tanning 

(828) 264-4335

 

Voted Area's Best Day Spa 2019

 

 Massage | Facials

Eyelash Extensions

Waxing & Tinting 

UV & Sunless Spray Tanning

 

Discount packages and monthly

memberships available

 

heavenlytouchboone.com

Jim Armstrong

Subaru of Hickory

 

 

When you visit our Hickory new

and used Subaru car dealership

your satisfaction is our primary

concern.

 

We have been a Subaru

dealer for over 31 years.

 

If you value low prices and variety

of high-quality vehicles,

Jim Armstrong Subaru is the

first & last place you will need

to shop for a new or used car

Click here

to shop our inventory

Jim's Corner Furniture

15,000 ft. of showroom space

 

Broyhill • La-Z-Boy • Lane

Catnapper • Serta iComfort

Craftmaster • Motion Beds 

Lift Chairs • Capel Rugs 

Cabin Lamps

 

-6 miles from West Jefferson-

160 Northwest School Rd.

 

Warrensville, NC

336-384-2929

Two Rivers

Community School

A K-8, tuition-free, public

charter school in Boone, NC

 

Enrolling for 2020-2021

Lottery on  April 27th

 

Call for Open House info

828.262.5411

 

Learning is Active

Learning is Differentiated

Learning is Compassionate

Learning is Shared

 

trcsboone.org 


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Catawba Falls
by Travis Proctor & Brenda Hoss

Latest Update: April 21, 2011


Photo by Travis Proctor
Directions: From exit 73 on I-40 at Old Fort, NC turn onto Catawba Falls Road, traveling about 3 miles to end of road. Trail head is on left across an old bridge. Hike 1.3 miles to base of first falls and .2 miles to second falls. Dangerous climb to second falls.




Photo by Travis Proctor


Photo by Travis Proctor