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Our Partisan Divide

As part of an exchange of opposing political opinions, a co-worker of mine recently concluded an otherwise thought-provoking email with a barb attributing the origin of the term “progressive” to Karl Marx. I replied that one could similarly site...

 

Greed And Cruelty

In his fourteenth century epic poem, “Inferno,” Dante Alighieri depicted hell as a series of nine concentric circles of torment for those who had abandoned spiritual values. The fourth circle was reserved for those who embraced greed as their...

 

Guest Column: Pilon Outlines Emergency Department Enhancements - Brevard, NC

As I fully embrace my exciting new role as president and CNO of Transylvania Regional Hospital, I want you to know just how committed I am to providing our patients and their families with the most advanced, compassionately delivered care possible....

 

Summer Festival Begins With Beethoven, Brahms - Brevard, NC

Conductor Keith Lockhart and the Brevard Music Center Orchestra played Friday, kicking off the annual summer music festival. The orchestra performed Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 and Brahms Piano...

 

Busy Weekend

There were a lot of activities this past weekend in Transylvania County. Brevard Music Center kicked off it 2017 Summer Festival and the Upper French Broad Riverfest celebrated the French Broad River...

 
 By Derek McKissock    News    June 26, 2017

State Funds Boost Project

The proposed state budget includes $200,000 for the economic development project on Ecusta Road. The initial project, a partnership between the city, the county and the Transylvania Economic Alliance, called for the construction of a...

 
 By Matt McGregor    News    June 26, 2017

Brevard High School Graduate Returns Home To Practice Law

When returning to visit her hometown of Brevard, Hannah Camenzind always found herself speeding up a little when she saw the mountains come into view. "The pull of the mountains has always been...

 
 By Derek McKissock    News    June 26, 2017

Officials React To Proposed State Budget

As of this morning, the Republican-controlled N.C. Legislature’s roughly $23 billion budget faces a likely veto from Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and an equally likely override from lawmakers. Cooper and most fellow Democrats have attacked the...

 

Twenty Years and Counting

The Family Place of Transylvania County held a celebration Saturday at the Silvermont mansion, marking its 20 years in existence....

 

Pilot Cove Hosts Its Grand Opening - Pisgah Forest, NC

Pilot Cove officially celebrated its grand opening on June 22, welcoming visitors to Transylvania County and western North Carolina. Directly bordering Pisgah National Forest, the development is...

 

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