BOONE — Horn in the West, the nation’s longest-running Revolutionary War outdoor drama, is celebrating its 69th season in operation. To demonstrate gratitude for local residents and those who share in the history of the southern Appalachian region, Horn in the West is offering a Friends and …
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More than 70,000 visitors each year come to Mystery Hill to experience the historical landmark’s “gravity vortex.” Despite your best efforts to stand upright, these gravitational anomalies will force your body into a 45-degree angle, water will flow uphill, and balls will roll upward right b…
During the last several decades, the urbanization of America and what is colloquially known as “urban sprawl” have engendered the growing market acceptance of “big box” retailers. The “five and dime” variety store and the corner grocery are mostly things of the past.
The High Country is famous for its natural areas and the outdoor adventures that bring people from around the country to the mountains. While the natural world might taper off as visitors go into towns, a slice of Mother Nature’s work lies in the heart of Boone’s urbanized landscape.
Drew Charter School Head Peter McKnight joins CNN's Boris Sanchez to discuss the measures his school is taking as more than 100 students are quarantining after students and faculty tested positive for Covid-19.