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Boone is a town located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina, United States. Boone’s population was 17,122 in 2010. Boone is the county seat of Watauga County and the home of Appalachian State University. The town is named for famous American pioneer and explorer Daniel Boone, and every summer since 1952 has hosted an outdoor amphitheatre drama, Horn in the West, portraying the British settlement of the area during the American Revolutionary War and featuring the contributions of its namesake. It is the largest community and the economic hub of the seven-county region of Western North Carolina known as the High Country.
In 2012, Boone was listed among the 10 best places to retire in the U.S. by U.S. News.[5]Hardin Street) to east of N.C. 194 (Jefferson Road), including a new entrance and exit to the new Watauga High School, at a cost of $16.2 million.[18] The widening has displaced 25 businesses and 63 residences east of historic downtown King Street.[19] The project was slated to be completed by December 31, 2011, but construction continued into the spring of 2012.
Samaritan’s Purse is based in Boone.
Largest employers[edit]
According to the Town’s 2014 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report,[20] the top employers in the city are:
# Employer # of Employees
1 Appalachian State University 1,000+
2 Appalachian Regional Healthcare 500-999
3 Watauga County Board of Education 500-999
4 Watauga County 250-499
5 Walmart 250-499
6 Glenbridge Health & Rehabilitation 100-249
7 Town of Boone 100-249
8 Hospitality Mints 100-249
9 Food Lion 100-249
10 Lowe’s Home Center 100-249
Points of interest[edit]
Appalachian State University
Blue Ridge Parkway
Daniel Boone Native Gardens
Horn in the West
Howard’s Knob
Tweetsie Railroad
Watauga River
Elk Knob State Park
Grandfather Mountain
Notable residents[edit]

Doc Watson sculpture in downtown Boone
Eustace Conway
Franklin Graham
Doc Hendley
James Holshouser
Michael Houser
Stanley South
Doc Watson
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