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Mountain Sun Will Move To Music Center - Brevard NC

Mountain Sun Will Move To Music Center - Brevard NC

In August of 2016, Mountain Sun Community School will move from its current location at Keystone Camp to the Brevard Music Center. "Brevard Music Center is in many ways our dream campus," said...

Gorges Hoping For Bond Success - Brevard NC

Gorges State Park would receive $3.5 million for a family campground if the Connect NC bond proposal is successful. Gov. Pat McCrory is promoting a $2.85 billion bond proposal to pay for, among other things, transportation and public infrastructure...

Hospital Foundation Pays For New Breast Cancer Screening Equipment -Brevard NC

Patients in Transylvania County and surrounding communities will soon have access to the most advanced technology available for early and more accurate screening for breast cancer, according to a press release. The Transylvania Regional Hospital...

Chamber Board Supports Ecusta Trail - Brevard NC

Support for the Ecusta Trail continues to pick up steam, with a new organization seemingly coming out every few weeks in favor of the proposed 19-mile bike/hike connector trail between Brevard and Hendersonville. The newest entity to voice support...

Relay For Life Fights Cancer, Brings Hope – Brevard NC

Priscilla Rhodes, Loreen Anderson, Stacey Rhodes, Jason Rhodes, Ryan and Donna Weld showed support for the late Amber Rhodes at the annual American Cancer Society's Relay for Life...

Driverless Car Appeared Here In 1937

In August 1937 a Safety Parade was held in downtown Brevard. The feature attraction was a driverless car. The "magic" car was actually piloted by remote control by Capt. J.J. Lynch, who was riding in ...

Pisgah Dance Academy Wins At National Competition – Pisgah Forest NC

Through hard work and dedication Pisgah Dance Academy came out on top at their national competition this summer, winnings in high golds, platinums, and high platinums. Students placed sixth through...

BC Placekicker Noboa One To Watch In 2015 – Brevard NC

Senior kicker Alex Noboa has been named to the preseason watch list for the Fred Mitchell Award, given annually to one small-college placekicker who excels both on the field and in the community....

Tornado Volleyball Honored With Academic Award – Brevard NC

Brevard's volleyball team was one of 473 collegiate women's indoor teams honored with a Team Academic Award by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. "I am extremely proud of our volleyball...

Sharing House Reveals Its 10th Annual Raffle Winners – Brevard NC

The official drawing for winners of gift certificates to top area restaurants was held at Sharing House last Friday. Winners were immediately notified by telephone. Sharing House Executive Director...

PARI To Feature NASA's New Horizons Pluto Mission –Rosman NC

The public is invited to a special presentation of NASA's epic New Horizons mission to Pluto and beyond Friday, Aug. 14 at the Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute (PARI). The evening will also...

Soloists Highlight Brevard Band's Final Concert – Brevard NC

The Brevard Community Band invites everyone to join them Sunday, Aug. 9, for their final concert of the 2015 season. The program, entitled "Colors of Summer," features Chicago Symphony bass...

August Handcrafters Show & Sale

Transylvania County Handcrafters Guild will be having their August Show Friday, Aug. 7, and Saturday, Aug. 8 under the tent at the Brevard College from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. The shows are...

Harold Leroy Baker

Harold Leroy Baker, 78, passed away Tuesday, July 28, 2015. He was the son of the late Everett William and Nellie Pearl Summers Baker. His brother, Charles Baker and two sisters, Helen Greggersen and Dolores Mehl preceded him in death. He graduated...

Terence Dennis Mather

Terence Dennis Mather, 92, a devoted husband, father and Papa passed away Monday, July 27, 2015, at his home. He was born May 2, 1923 in County Durham, England. He lived for many years in New Jersey, where he owned his own construction business and...

An Illogical Decision

The 4-3 decision by the N.C. Supreme Court to use taxpayers’ money to provide vouchers for students to attend private schools is one of the most illogical judicial renderings in recent state history. Chief Justice Mark Martin’s legal reasoning...

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