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Blue Devil Defense Shines In 42-0 Win Over Owen

Owen might want to think twice before scheduling Brevard for Homecoming again any time soon. After leading 7-0 at halftime, the Blue Devils buried the Warhorses under a 35-point avalanche Thursday...

School Board Receives Ideas, Not Final Plans

In today’s paper, readers will find a story and graphics of several options for the renovation and reconstruction of Brevard High School should the $68 million school bond referendum pass in November. A similar story about an option for Rosman...

New Cast Set For BLT's Thriller 'Deathtrap'

The twisting plots, infectious deceit and suspenseful moments characteristic of captivating thrillers will soon be on display in downtown Brevard as Brevard Little Theatre prepares its production of...

River Runs: Five Tips For Fall Fly Fishing

As we transition into the fall fishing pattern, there are several things that anglers can do to increase their catch through out the day. Here are my top fives suggestions for improving your fall...

Robert Earl Berry

Robert Earl Berry, 63, of Rosman, went to be with his Lord Sept. 2, 2018, after a long struggle with pulmonary lung disease. Robert was born on Jan. 27, 1955, in Columbus, Muscogee, Ga. His parents,...

Barbara May Elliott Cronin

Barbara May Elliott Cronin, 88, of Brevard, was escorted by angels into Heaven to her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, Aug. 26, 2018, at Pardee Hospital in Hendersonville. She was born May 9, 1930, in...

Group Projects Are Not Just For Students

Brevard College faculty and staff have been meeting and planning all summer long for the future of the college. As a part of its 10-year SACSCOC accreditation review in 2020-21, the college must...

Event Calendar

Visit our events calendar for a list of recent events. New event submissions are always... Full story

Mountain Skies: Autumnal Equinox To Occur Saturday, Sept. 22

The Stars The brightest star in our nighttime sky tonight is the brilliant Vega in the constellation of Lyra, the lyre (or harp). At sunset, Lyra lies almost overhead just a little to the west of Cygnus the swan described in the previous column....

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