Most Read Stories of November 2013

Published Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at 2:38 pm
Photo by Appalachian Athletics/Dave Mayo

Photo by Appalachian Athletics/Dave Mayo

Compiled by Jesse Wood

While the ASU Mountaineers ended the season 4-8, the football team finished strong in its SoCon finale and remained the keeper of the “Old Mountain Jug” after beating Western Carolina 48-27 in late November. ASU Football also announced a logo change to the “Victory Yosef,” a throwback, vintage logo.

What started out as 15-acre fire in the Linville Gorge Wilderness Area soon grew to more than 2,500 acres in a matter of days. To see photos and updates from the fire, click here and here. In early December, the U.S. Forest Service reported that the fire was 100 percent contained.

With all of the leaves off the trees, authorities were shocked to find a “meth hut” that caused one of the largest – if not the largest – meth cleanup responses in the state, right smack dab in the middle of town on county-owned property, the old Watauga High School site. 

Samaritan’s Purse holds another season of Operation Christmas Child. Since 1993, 103 million shoebox gifts have been sent from generous families to children in need.  

Municipal elections were held on Nov. 5, and progressives swept the Boone elections. In Blowing Rock, J.B. Lawrence won another term as mayor of Blowing Rock. Click here and scroll down for coverage of the elections and results. Leading up to the election, these campaign fliers irked candidates. 

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