High Country Press

Published Thursday, February 2, 2012 at 4:53 pm
  • Funeral Services for Sgt. Chris Ward and K-9 Deputy Logan Fox to begin Today at 3 p.m.


    May 6, 2021 Community members are coming together today to attend the funeral services for Sgt. Chris Ward and K-9 Deputy Logan Fox at Appalachian State University’s Holmes Convocation Center at 111 Rivers Street. Doors opened for public seating at 1 p.m. and the services are scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. Prior to the start of the services, folks have been lining Rivers Street waiting for the procession to arrive. In addition, many uniformed officers from across the region have been entering the Holmes Convocation Center. / Read more…



  • Avery Commissioners Receive Annual WAMY and NC Highway 19-E Road Improvement Update; Make Four Service Board Appointments to Highlight May Meeting

    May 6, 2021  The Avery County Commissioners received an annual report from WAMY Community Action, made four service board appointments and received a road improvement update to Highway 19-E in the Cranberry Community during their regular monthly meeting May 3. Starli McDowell, representative with WAMY Community Action, Inc. provided the annual update to the commissioners about the work of the organization. She gave the commissioners various statistics detailing the work of WAMY in the region, noting that WAMY has served 19 households since July 2020 through CARES Act funding, as well as 13 households through AMY Wellness Foundation COVID-19 relief funding. Three households have been assisted during that time through Duke Energy COVID-19 relief funds.  / Read more…



  • Stop Sticks and Teamwork End Three-County Pursuit With Arrest of West Jefferson Man

    May 5, 2021 Ashe County Sheriff B. Phil Howell announces the arrest of Jeremy Arlee Scism at the conclusion of a vehicle pursuit that spanned three counties and two states. At approximately 10:15 P.M. on Tuesday, April 27, 2021, Ashe County 911 Dispatch received a call from the Johnson County (Tenn.) Sheriff’s Office advising that their agency, along with a Trooper from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, were in pursuit of a 2001 Subaru Forester traveling from Tennessee and headed into Ashe County. Deputies from the Ashe County Sheriff’s Office and officers from the West Jefferson and Jefferson Police Departments immediately responded to assist the Tennessee officers. While Ashe County units were en route to the pursuit, the driver of the suspect vehicle entered Watauga County where deputies of the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office joined in on the chase. Eventually, the fleeing vehicle, with Watauga County and Tennessee officers still in pursuit, came back into Ashe County where Ashe County deputies took the lead in the chase. / Read more…



  • Advanced Radiation Therapy Technique Implemented at Seby B. Jones Regional Cancer Center


    May 5, 2021 Watauga Medical Center announced today that Seby B. Jones Regional Cancer Center (the Cancer Center) has implemented Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) to treat cancerous tumors. Typically only available at larger centers, SBRT is an advanced technique that precisely targets a high dose of radiation directly to cancer cells. When a tumor is located in the torso, the patient’s breathing causes it to move, making it difficult to precisely target with traditional radiation therapy. Radiation oncologists at the Cancer Center use 4D imaging technology to determine the exact size, shape and location of the patient’s tumor and to map where the tumor moves throughout the breathing cycle. Using this “roadmap,” SBRT radiation is delivered to the tumor with pinpoint accuracy, while simultaneously avoiding damage to the patient’s surrounding healthy tissues. SBRT involves the entire treatment team. A radiation therapist, physicist, and doctor are all present during sessions to monitor the patient, making sure the tumor doesn’t move outside the treatment area during breathing.  / Read more…



  • High Country Community Members Rally in Support Over Lives Lost in Shooting Event

    May 5, 2021 The past week has no doubt been a difficult one for the High Country, as community members are mourning the loss of neighbors, coworkers, friends and family. On April 28, Sgt. Chris Ward and K-9 Deputy Logan Fox responded to a welfare check and died in the line of duty. The individual suspected of killing the two officers, Isaac Barnes, is also suspected of killing Michelle and George Ligon. Barnes, who is the son and stepson of the deceased civilians, also died at the scene. As the High Country continues to grieve over the tragic event that resulted in five deaths, there has been an outpouring of support from community members to get through the hard time.  / Read more…



  • Schools, Businesses and County Offices to Close in Observance of Funeral for Deputies on Thursday


    May 5, 2021 The funeral services of Sgt. Chris Ward and K-9 Deputy Logan Fox will take place at Appalachian State University’s Holmes Convocation Center on Thursday, May 6 at 3 p.m. with the doors opening to the public at 1 p.m. Both Sgt. Ward and K-9 Deputy Fox died in the line of duty after responding to a welfare check in Boone on April 28. As community members are mourning the loss of neighbors, coworkers, friends and family, many local businesses and offices have announced closures and early dismissals on Thursday, May 6, in observance of the memorial services so that citizens may attend the event for the fallen officers. / Read more…



  • Sherrie Norris Lovin’ Spoonful Cooking Column: Mother’s Day in the Midst of Mourning


    May 5, 2021. On this dreary Wednesday morning as I sit down to write what should be a happier column in honor of Mother’s Day, I am overcome with a mixture of emotions. I’m no different in most respects than any others in our region who are mourning the loss of two of our Watauga County Sheriff’s Deputies and three others whose tragic deaths one week ago today left us shaken to the core. But, I am different than most because I am the mother of a deputy sheriff, whose safety and well-being I have prayed for daily for almost a decade when he answered the call to serve and protect. I have gone through all the “what-ifs” and the “whys,” but sometimes, there just are no explanations. Sometimes, life just doesn’t make sense. While I have tried hard to allow my faith to be stronger than my fear, both then and now, I am mourning with our county and with every officer who ever put on a badge to uphold the law — and with their families. By Sherrie Norris / Read more…



  • Watauga, Avery Obituaries – May 4, 2021

    May 4, 2021. The following are recent obituary notices from Austin and Barnes and Hampton funeral homes in Boone and Reins-Sturdivant in Newland. / Read more…



  • Lampe, Schaefer, Cook and Chesson Appointed to App State’s Board of Trustees

    May 4, 2021  In its April 22 meeting, the University of North Carolina System Board of Governors re-appointed two members and appointed two new individuals to serve on Appalachian State University’s Board of Trustees. The re-appointees are Chair Scott Lampe ’94, of Davidson, and Bonnie Schaefer, of Boca Raton, Florida, and Blowing Rock. New appointees are Fairley Bell Cook ’81, of Raleigh, and Joseph Jeffries Chesson ’77, of Wilson. All begin their terms July 1 and will serve four years. / Read more…



  • Shannon Campbell Named Dean of App State’s College of Fine and Applied Arts


    May 4, 2021  After a national search, Dr. Shannon Campbell has been named dean of Appalachian State University’s College of Fine and Applied Arts effective July 1, 2021. Campbell is currently inaugural Associate Vice President of Graduate Studies and full professor at Metropolitan State University of Denver. She has been a professor of strategic communication for more than 20 years. She has a successful record as a higher education administrator who mentored faculty, students and staff, managed diverse staffs and large complex budgets, and developed and implemented policies, operations and procedures at all university levels. “Shannon believes deeply in the power of access to education for all,” said Interim Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Heather Norris. “She has a strong appreciation for and understanding of the vision, mission and values of App State, and I am confident she will continue to build upon the legacy of strong leadership within the College of Fine & Applied Arts.” / Read more…



  • Quiet Givers Organizes Fundraiser for Family of George and Michelle Ligon


    May 4, 2021 Quiet Givers is organizing a fundraiser for the family of George and Michelle Ligon, who passed away in the tragic shootings on April 28. “George and Michelle were longtime supporters of our organization,” said Executive Director  Matthew Lucas, “and this is our way of giving back to them by supporting their family during  this difficult time.” All funds raised during this fundraiser will be given to their family to help cover funeral costs,  time off from work, and other unexpected expenses they may encounter.   “She was a quiet, fierce, brilliant soul that gave so much more to this community than  anyone really realizes.” Said Quiet Givers treasurer, Amber Robinson. “She was so graciously  helpful.” While Quiet Givers fundraisers are usually anonymous, the organization felt that the magnitude of this tragedy warranted a unique approach to help the families of the victims. As always, donors’ names will remain confidential. / Read more…



  • App State to Honor Class of 2021 with Virtual and In-Person Commencement Options


    May 4, 2021  Appalachian State University will recognize more than 3,600 Mountaineer graduates during its Spring 2021 Commencement, presenting virtual and in-person commencement options to allow for the greatest possible participation and maximize health and safety of all participants. A series of in-person commencement ceremonies will be held in the George M. Holmes Convocation Center on App State’s campus at the following dates/times: May 7, 8, 10 and 11 at 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.; May 12 at 1 p.m. / Read more…



  • Watauga Farmers Market Was Very Busy on Their Opening Day for the Season on Saturday


    May 3, 2021  It was a picture-perfect scene on the opening day of the Watauga County Farmers’ Market on Saturday. A beautiful blue sky without a cloud to be seen greeted vendors and shoppers as folks gathered around to enjoy the opening day. “Everybody is totally excited to be out and seeing the bounty of the farmers and crafters,” said Matt Cooper, president of the Watauga County Farmers’ Market and the operator of Lively Up Farm. “We have some lovely new vendors that are bringing different mushroom varieties now and a vendor specializing in beef jerky from his locally sourced beef. We’ve seen some nice wood products. The ceramics folks have their pottery out, there are a lot of beautiful flowers for sale and of course your seasonal produce.” The opening day of the market had more of the community feel to it that was lacking during last summer with strict COVID-19 protocols in place. This year there was a cooking demonstration from Caldwell Community College and plenty of live music like had always been a tradition in the past. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Town of Beech Mountain Celebrates Their 40th Birthday with an Outdoor Celebration for the Community on Saturday at Buckeye Rec Center


    May 3, 2021  It was a great and joyous day, as Beech Mountain residents and visitors gathered together to celebrate the town’s 40th birthday during a party on Saturday, May 1. “We couldn’t ask for better weather,” said Beech Mountain Mayor Barry Kaufman. “We had a beautiful turnout for our 40th birthday. We’re very happy to have had all these people come out and celebrate with us.” Throughout the day, around 400 people participated in the celebration.  By Harley Nefe / Read more…



  • Lees-McRae Summer Theatre Tickets Go On Sale May 10; Two Productions Planned this Summer


    May 3, 2021  The Lees-McRae Summer Theatre season returns this June with two musicals that put the American experience at center stage. Online ticket sales begin May 10 for “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” and “America’s Artist: The Norman Rockwell Story.” Tickets are currently available through mail order as well. This year, audience sizes will be reduced to allow for social distancing and fewer people in a single space. In accordance with North Carolina state mandates, all audience members are required to wear a mask and receive a temperature check before entering the theater. Additionally, the theatre will be thoroughly cleaned between performances. If any audience member is feeling ill prior to their selected performance, they should contact the box office to exchange their ticket for a different showing.  / Read more…



  • Overflow at The Cottages of Boone Discharges Untreated Wastewater Into Laurel Fork Stream

    May 3, 2021  The Cottages of Boone, located at 615 Fallview Lane in Boone, North Carolina, experienced a discharge of untreated domestic wastewater.  The housing development operates an on-site wastewater treatment system that is permitted through the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Water Resources and serves 894 bedrooms and ancillary facilities. The discharge, which occurred when an equalization tank overflowed while work was being conducted on the wastewater treatment system, is believed to have started late Wednesday, April 21 and ended at approximately 8:00 a.m. on Friday, April 23.  It is estimated that approximately 70,000 gallons of untreated wastewater were discharged to Laurel Fork stream within the Watauga River Basin during the event.   / Read more…



  • Funeral Services for Sgt. Chris Ward and K-9 Deputy Logan Fox to be Conducted Thursday, May 6 at 3 p.m. in ASU Holmes Convocation Center


    May 3, 2021  The funeral services for Sgt. Chris Ward and K-9 Deputy Logan Fox will be conducted this Thursday, May 6 at 3 p.m. at Appalachian State University’s Holmes Convocation Center, according to Austin & Barnes Funeral Home & Crematory. Doors will open for public seating at 1 p.m. and those attending should wear a mask. Guest register books will be available at the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office and Boone Police Department. Sgt. Chris Ward, 36, an eight-year veteran in the field of law enforcement, began his career at the Beech Mountain Police Department in 2013 before joining the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office, where he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. He is survived by his wife and two children. Deputy Logan Fox, 25, a two-year veteran of the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office, was a K-9 officer who handled Watauga County Sheriff’s Office K-9 “Raven.” Prior to joining the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office, he was a full-time deputy with the Ashe County Sheriff’s Office. / Read more…



  • Police Procession Arrives to Downtown Boone, Welcomed by Supportive Community Members


    April 30, 2021  A police procession escorting Sergeant Christopher D. Ward and K-9 Deputy Logan S. Fox, who were killed in the line of duty on April 28, arrived in Boone around 2:45 p.m. and was welcomed by hundreds of community members standing in support. The procession included around 100 to 200 marked and unmarked units from the Boone Police Department, Watauga County Sheriff’s Office and neighboring law enforcement personnel. / Read more…



  • Community Members Await Arrival of Procession Escorting Fallen WCSO Deputies, Scheduled to Arrive in Boone Between 2:30 and 3 p.m.


    April 30, 2021  Community members in downtown Boone are awaiting the arrival of the procession escorting Sergeant Christopher D. Ward and K-9 Deputy Logan S. Fox, who were killed in the line of duty on April 28. The procession left Winston-Salem around 1 p.m. As of 2 p.m. officials say they are just passing through Yadkinville and will be coming up Hwy. 421 back into Boone between 2:30 and 3 p.m.The route follows from Hwy. 421 into downtown Boone, turning right onto Water Street and going to Queen Street to the Austin & Barnes Funeral Home. Local businesses have been displaying blue ribbons in observance of the procession. / Read more…



  • Procession Escorting Fallen Deputies to Arrive in Boone Around 2 pm: Large Crowds Expected to Line the Route Along Hwy. 421 to King Street


    April 30, 2021  A procession escorting Sgt. Chris Ward and Deputy Logan Fox, who were killed in the line of duty on April 28, will be taking place this afternoon. The procession will be leaving Winston-Salem around 1 p.m. and will be coming up Hwy. 421 back into Boone between 2 and 3 p.m. The route follows from Hwy. 421 into downtown Boone, turning right onto Water Street and going to Queen Street to the Austin & Barnes Funeral Home. There is expected to be between 100 and 200 cars as part of the procession escorting the deputies back to town that will include marked and unmarked units.  / Read more…



  • Boone and Watauga County Tourism Development Authorities Express Condolences for the Loss of Their Colleague to Shooting Event

    April 29, 2021  The Boone and Watauga County Tourism Development Authorities (TDAs) are deeply saddened by the tragic events that took place in our community yesterday. In addition to the loss of two Watauga County Deputies, we lost a member of our staff. Michelle Ligon was the Director of PR and Social Media for the tourism development authority. Devoting 20 years to marketing and promoting this wonderful place that she loved, Michelle wrote and inspired many national and regional stories about Boone and the High Country. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Michelle’s family, friends and tourism colleagues. We also extend our sympathy to George’s family. We send our deepest appreciation to all the law enforcement agencies that responded to this tragic event yesterday, and we offer our condolences to the families of the two officers who lost their lives protecting our community.  / Read more…



  • Statement from Watauga County Sheriff’s Office on Shooting Event that was Released at 4 p.m.


    April 29, 2021  A standoff between law enforcement and an individual at 553 Hardaman Circle in Boone, North Carolina ended shortly before 11 p.m. on April 28. On April 28 at 9:44 a.m., Watauga County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for a welfare check at the home when the homeowner’s employer called to report the homeowner did not report to work or respond to telephone calls. Deputies entered the residence after discovering all vehicles belonging to the residents were on the property. Upon entering the home, two Watauga County Sheriff’s deputies received gunshot wounds from an unknown individual within the residence. K-9 Deputy Logan Fox died at the scene. Sgt. Chris Ward died after being flown to Johnson City Medical Center for treatment. Deputy Logan Fox, 25, is a two-year veteran of the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office. He was a K-9 officer who handled Watauga County Sheriff’s Office K-9 “Raven.” Prior to working at the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office as a full-time deputy, he served as full-time deputy with the Ashe County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Fox’s true passion was serving as a K-9 Officer. / Read more…



  • Beech Mountain to Celebrate its 40th Anniversary with a Town Birthday Party on May 1


    April 29, 2021 At an elevation of 5,506 feet, Beech Mountain is Eastern America’s highest incorporated town. It has 350 full-time residents, but the population swells to as high as 10,000 during the winter and 5,000 in the summer. People flock to Beech Mountain in the winter to ski at Beech Mountain Resort and in the summer to take advantage of the mild climate and numerous recreational opportunities. However, this year, the people of Beech Mountain are doing something more. They are celebrating because the town has reached 40 years as a municipality. By growing from a private resort destination in the 1960s to the town Beech Mountain is today, a lot has been happening in its many years of history, especially when looking at its 40 years as a municipality. In May of 1981, the Town of Beech Mountain was incorporated by act of the North Carolina General Assembly. By Harley Nefe / Read more…



  • Watauga County Deeds – April 22-28: 54 Deed Transfers With a Total Value of $15,824,500.00

    April 29, 2021. A look at the recent deed transfers in Watauga County. The information comes courtesy of the Watauga County Register of Deeds. / Read more…
    Compiled by Harley Nefe



  • Weekly Crime Reports: Activity and Arrests in Boone and Watauga County, April 12 – April 18

    April 29, 2021. Looking to stay up-to-date on what’s happening in your neighborhood? Want to keep an eye on criminal activity in your area? Take a look at these recent incident and arrest reports from the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office and the Boone Police Department. Read more…
    Compiled by Nathan Ham



  • Statement from Watauga County Sheriff’s Office on Shooting Event that was Released at 10 am


    April 29, 2021  A standoff between law enforcement and an individual at 553 Hardaman Circle in Boone, North Carolina ended shortly before 11pm on April 28. On April 28 at 9:44am, Watauga County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for a welfare check at the home when the homeowner’s employer called to report the homeowner did not report to work or respond to telephone calls. Deputies entered the residence after discovering all vehicles belonging to the residents were on the property. Upon entering the home, two Watauga County Sheriff’s deputies received gunshot wounds from an unknown individual within the residence. K-9 Deputy Logan Fox died at the scene. Sgt. Chris Ward died after being flown to Johnson City Medical Center for treatment.  / Read more…



  • Representative Virginia Foxx Responds to President Biden’s Speech; Transcript of President’s Remarks Included Here

    April 29, 2021  Yesterday, Representative Virginia Foxx (R-NC) issued the following statement on President Biden’s Joint Address to Congress, and his first 100 days in office: “President Biden pledged unity for our country, but his actions speak louder than his words. At the very same time he’s been preaching to the public about bipartisanship, his administration is seeking to continue to force legislation on the American people without a shred of bipartisan support. Right now, the American people need to see demonstrable action on the pressing issues facing the country. Instead, the Biden Administration seems obsessed with appeasing the far left or governing solely to cement his place in a history book. Americans deserve better.  / Read more…



  • Names of the Two Watauga County Sheriff Officers Released From Shooting Event

    April 29, 2021  One officer, Sgt. Chris Ward, died after being flown to Johnson City Medical Center for treatment. K-9 Deputy Logan Fox remains on the scene. His condition is unknown at this time. The names and conditions of any civilians are also unknown at this time. “This is an incredibly tragic situation and our thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved as well as their families and our community,” said Watauga County Sheriff Len Hagaman. “I greatly appreciate the tremendous support we are receiving from law enforcement agencies across the region and the state.”  / Read more…



  • Statement from Watauga County Sheriff’s Office on Shooting Event that was Released at 4:30 pm

    April 28, 2021  On April 28 at 9:44am, Watauga County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for a welfare check at 553 Hardaman Circle in Boone, North Carolina, because the homeowner and his family did not attend work or respond to telephone calls. Deputies entered the residence after discovering all vehicles belonging to the residents were on the property. Upon entering the home, deputies received gunfire from an unknown individual within the residence. Two deputies received gunshot wounds. One deputy was extracted from the location and has been flown to Johnson City Medical Center for treatment. The other deputy remains on the scene. The condition of the deputy on scene remains unknown at this time. The shooter remains active on scene, barricaded in a section of the home. The shooter periodically fires the weapon in the direction of officers. Law enforcement currently has the home surrounded and has evacuated nearby residents.  / Read more…



  • Two Watauga County Sheriff’s Deputies Shot in Boone Late Wednesday Morning

    April 28, 2021 Two deputies from the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office have reportedly been shot after a standoff situation late Wednesday morning at a home on Hardaman Circle off of Brown’s Chapel Road. Spectrum News first reported the update. Watauga County Emergency Management issued a shelter in place advisory Wednesday morning for residents in the area. According to multiple reports, WCSO deputies responded to a welfare check at the home and the suspect opened fire on the deputies when they arrived.  Unconfirmed reports from community members in the area stated that two armored vehicles were on the scene as well as helicopters circling overhead. Another unconfirmed report said that additional shots were fired along the Blue Ridge Parkway, which can be accessed by foot through a wooded area less than a half-mile from where the shooting took place.  / Read more…



  • Watauga County Emergency Services Advising People to Stay Indoors Near Scene of Emergency Situation on Hardaman Circle in Boone

    April 28, 2021 The Watauga County Sheriff’s Office and other law enforcement agencies from Ashe and Wilkes counties are responding to an “emergency situation” near Hardaman Circle and Brown’s Chapel Road. Details are limited at this time, however, the situation is requiring a landing zone for a medical helicopter near Mount Vernon Church on Bamboo Road. Watauga County Emergency Services issued a shelter in place advisory for residents in that area. The story will be updated as more details become available.  / Read more…



  • King Street Farmers’ Market Returns for the 2021 Season on May 4


    April 28, 2021 Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture is excited to announce that the King Street Market will be back on Tuesday, May 4! Come on out from 4-7 p.m. for music, kids’ activities, community organizations, vendors and friends! This year, the King Street Market is back and better than ever with more vendors and products, while still offering a spacious and sanitary shopping experience for customers. “If you’ve never been to the King Street Market, this year is the year to go! It’s a very spacious and relaxing afternoon market that offers a wide variety of local groceries and is filled with upbeat music, kid’s activities, and special events. This year in particular, we are happy to host 26 vendors that are selling products that will satisfy all of your craft and veggie needs. It’s a really lovely place to be and I hope folks come out to visit.” stated Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture’s Farmers’ Market Manager Ellie Mullis. / Read more…



  • Watauga County Farmers’ Market Announces Opening Day on May 1


    April 28, 2021 The Opening Day of the 2021 season for the Watauga County Farmers’ Market is Saturday, May 1 from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. at Daniel Boone Park, Horn in the West parking lot in Boone. Watauga County Farmers Market has been “Boone’s Town Square” since 1974 and provides the community with the unique opportunity to source local foods and artisan goods directly from the growers and makers who produce them. This season, the market welcomes a number of new vendors that will bring many exciting additions to market, including; mushrooms, pasta, hemp, popsicles, fermented foods, artisan snacks, unique crafts and much more! / Read more…



  • Sherrie Norris Lovin’ Spoonful Cooking Column: Bring on the Burritos — Cinco de Mayo is One Week Away!


    April 28, 2021. Unlike last year, there will likely be  much celebrating on May 5 as we walk alongside our Hispanic friends in honoring their Mexican heritage and their pride over defeating French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. For many years, I thought Cinco de Mayo was Mexico’s Independence Day — the most important national patriotic holiday in Mexico, but I learned that event takes place each September 16.  Hopefully, we can help keep the tradition of celebration strong and plan for safe revelry with family and friends in the coming week. Following are a few ideas that might help with your home-based menus. By Sherrie Norris / Read more…



  • Watauga, Avery Obituaries – April 27, 2021

    April 27, 2021. The following are recent obituary notices from Austin and Barnes and Hampton funeral homes in Boone and Reins-Sturdivant in Newland. / Read more…



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