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 Arts    March 27, 2017 

New Exhibition By Pendergrass Focuses On 'Seeing The World' - Brevard, NC

Virginia Pendergrass is still "seeing the world, one drawing at a time." An exhibit from April 1 – May 31 at Trackside Studios will feature new watercolor and ink sketches inspired by her travels...

 
 Arts    March 27, 2017 

Violist Eckert, Pianist McDonald To Perform

Brevard Music Center (BMC), in association with the Asheville Chamber Music Series in Asheville, Brevard College in Brevard, and Henderson-ville Symphony Orchestra in Hendersonville, has announced its April program of chamber concerts as part of...

 
 By Alex Perri    Education    March 27, 2017 

College To Host Hymns & Hip Hop Conference - Brevard, NC

Are you ready to stand up for social justice? An upcoming conference at Brevard College's Porter Center for Performing Arts might be just the place for you to do so. The Hymns & Hip Hop conference is free and will take place Saturday, April 1,...

 

Clinton R. Breedlove

Clinton R, Breedlove, 58, of Brevard, went home to be with the Lord Thursday, March 23, 2017. A native of Paradise Valley, Calif., he was the son of the late Clyde and Lois Bracken Breedlove. He was also preceded in death by a son, Jason Clinton...

 

Cozetta Crite

A funeral service for Cozetta Crite, 76, of Brevard, was held at 1 p.m. Monday, March 27, 2017, at Bethel “A” Baptist Church, 290 Oakdale St., in Brevard. The family greeted friends from noon – 1 p.m. Monday at the church. She passed away...

 

Hugh Gene Hackler

Hugh Gene Hackler, 74, of Clinton, born in Lenoir City, Tenn., to Hugh Calloway and Martha Marie Jenkins Hackler, Nov. 4, 1942, entered eternal rest Tuesday, March 21, 2017, at home. He is survived...

 

Marguerite "Peg" Anderson Johnson

Marguerite "Peg" Anderson Johnson, 91, of Brevard, passed away Thursday, March 23, 2017. A native of Clinton, Mass., she was the daughter of the late Theodore and Mae Gibbons Anderson. In addition to...

 

Bert Jones

Born Jan. 28, 1931, Bert Jones, 86, of the Lake Toxaway community, peacefully went home to be with the Lord Friday, March 24, 2017, at the Elizabeth House in Flat Rock. He was the son of the late Ben...

 

Edward (Bubba) Reineke

Edward (Bubba) Reineke, 77, of Brevard, went to rejoice with the Lord March 25, 2017, in Brevard. He was born Nov. 28, 1939, in Miami, Fla., to the late Rene and Irene Reineke. He graduated from...

 

Amanda Mae Stutzman

Amanda Mae Stutzman, 88, of Brevard, passed away March 22, 2017, at Transylvania Regional Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Sam T. Miller and Lydia May Troyer Miller. In addition to her...

 

Mahan Inducted Into Citadel's Education Hall Of Fame

Dr. Thomas W. Mahan, professor emeritus, was inducted into The Citadel's Zucker Family School of Education Wall of Fame on Feb. 15. As a young man, Mahan spent seven years in the seminary studying to...

 
 By Jeremiah Reed    Sports    March 27, 2017 

Brevard Splits Friday Road Games At Smoky Mountain – Brevard

The Brevard High School softball team earned their third straight win Friday afternoon while the baseball team couldn't dig out of an early hole against Smoky Mountain. The Lady Blue Devils found themselves in a one-run deficit after the bottom of...

 

Huntingdon Rallies For Win Over Tornados' LAX Team – Brevard, NC

BREVARD, N.C. – Despite a two goal, four assist performance by senior Ryan Taylor (Mill Bay, British Columbia) the Brevard College Tornados (2-8) were unable to over coming a Huntingdon College Hawks (7-6) run, falling 11-7 in non-conference...

 

Two Transylvania County Employers 'Living Wage' Certified

Two large Transylvania County employers with a total of 290 employees have been certified as living wage employers by the Living Wage Coalition of Transylvania County (LWCTC). Gaia Herbs with 239 employees and Brevard Academy with 51 employees and...

 

Transylvania Little League Holding Raffle, Benefit Dinner

Transylvania Little League is proud to announce their first raffle of the year. Tickets are on sale now for a chance to win two Charlie Daniels Band tickets for their Asheville performance at the US Cellular Center on April 6. You may purchase...

 

Tornados' Golf Team Places Second At Tusculum Invitational

Senior Luis Vega (Madrid, Spain) captured the 2017 Tusculum Invitational Medalist honors, as the Brevard College Tornados men’s golf team benefitted from a nine stroke, second round improvement to finish in second-place. The Tornados finished four...

 

Tornados Drop Both Sides Of Double-Header To Bears

The Brevard College Softball team (12-2, 0-6 SAC) fell to the Bears of Lenoir-Rhyne (30-7, 3-1 SAC) in Saturday's conference doubleheader. The Bears' pitching threw two shutouts to help Lenoir-Rhyne...

 

Spring Turkey Hunting Workshop Offered At Pisgah Center

Just in time for the spring gobbler season, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is offering a free workshop for turkey hunters of all skill levels at the Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education on April 1. “Talking Turkey,” which will be held fro...

 

Picturing The Past: Brevard Jewelry Stores Also Sold Eye Glasses

Brevard has been the home of a number of jewelry shops since the early 1900s. The earliest mention of a jewelry shop in the Sylvan Valley News was for Hawkin's Jewelry Store in 1903. The 1900 Federal...

 
 By Susan Matthes    Features    March 27, 2017 

Donated Cars Mean More choices, Resources

The Sharing House's Wheels to Work Program is exactly what it says it is-an innovative way to supply critical transportation needs for hard working people. We have a critical need for donations of...

 
 By Park Baker    Outdoors    March 27, 2017 

'Muskie Mile' Provides 'Monster' Catch

David Bergman went fishing recently on the infamous "muskie mile" of the French Broad River expecting to catch a muskie. What he didn't expect was to land the 5-foot monster female that hit his line...

 
 By Matt McGregor    News    March 27, 2017 

Board Votes Against Tinsley Project

The Brevard Planning Board will recommend City Council deny the proposed low-income housing development off Tinsley Road. Last week, the board unanimously voted to recommend to the council a denial for the application. Planning Board member Frank...

 
 By Matt McGregor    News    March 27, 2017 

Teenager Facing Long Recovery

Jason Gravley said Sunday that his daughter Sarah, who was hit by a vehicle while skateboarding Friday evening, was not doing well and would require multiple surgeries. The 14-year-old Rosman Middle...

 

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