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Terrific Book Reviews

I would just like to thank the wonderful Transylvania County Library for the terrific book reviews shared with us! I always get some great ideas for new books to read. Susan Riley Brevard...

 

Market Appreciates Support

The Transylvania Farmers’ Market is starting off the new year feeling very grateful and we’d like to thank everyone who supported us in 2018. Our year-round market included a wide variety of vendors offering wonderful local products, live music...

 

Evil?

In my opinion, the Jan. 7 letter by Jim Hardy began with misleading and false statements and ended with baseless partisan name calling. First, the tear gas used by the Border Patrol was not to target “defenseless civilians and children.” Members...

 

Proud Of Trump, Meadows

Protect and defend the citizens of the United States of America. That is what President Trump is doing when he secures our borders. The border patrol has suggested what the needs are to do so. Those are the people who deal with the daily problems of...

 

Put Corks Back In

The Democrats, especially Pelosi and Schumer, can put the corks back in the champagne and the confetti back in the closet. There will be no celebrations for now. Special Counsel Mueller has burst the balloons. Why was it no surprise when it was...

 

Graham Should Have Holiday

As I saw all of the news and celebrations about Martin Luther King Monday, I can’t help but recall how a suggestion for a national holiday for Dr. Billy Graham was “dismissed” for several reasons. While Dr. King was also a minister, his emphasi...

 

Accommodate Different Bike Riders

If the city and county are committed to make our community bicycle friendly and a safe, a logical approach might be considered: There are three kinds of bicycle riders: 1.Commuter riders; who go from their residences to places of business or...

 

Mutilating Trees

The oldest, most beautiful Babylon willow ever seen in this county has been mutilated. I had been grooming the land to bear traditional medicinal plants and that willow was one of them. Oh, it will live, but the branches they lopped off and left to...

 

Follow The Pope, Not Trump

In Mr. Kicklighter’s recent letter, he announced that the Republican Party of Transylvania County, of which he is chairman, stands in full agreement with Donald Trump and Mark Meadows, both of whom engineered the government shutdown to force...

 

Appreciates Honor Guard

The sky was blue, and the cemetery was serene on Saturday, Jan. 26, as the military honors team slowly assembled to provide the final rites for a U.S. Navy veteran who served his country with distinction. The funeral service for LCDR Thomas Henry...

 

Guest Column: Residents: Know Why And When Permits Are Needed

Most of us, when we think about doing or having work done on our homes or businesses, we sometimes forget to see if a permit is needed or required. Some things don’t require or need a permit based on the scope and type of work that you may be plann...

 

William R. Minnich Jr.

William R. Minnich Jr. slipped gently into the loving arms of God Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019, after a brief illness. His wife of 46 years, Sherry, and his dog, Blue, were both by his side. Born and...

 

Carol Martin Elliott

Carol Martin Elliott passed away Jan. 20, 2019 at a local hospital after a short illness. She and her husband, Sid, moved to Pisgah Forest in 2006, where they built their retirement home. She was...

 

Johnny Allen Huskey Jr.

Johnny Allen Huskey Jr., 50, of Asheville, passed away Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019, at Mission Memorial Hospital in Asheville. An Asheville native, he was the son of Johnny Huskey Sr. and Betty B....

 

Anne DeLamater Hansen

Anne DeLamater Hansen, 88, of Brevard, passed away Jan. 25, 2019, at Tore's Home in Brevard. She was born Dec. 7, 1930, in Orange, N.J., the only daughter of the late Harold and Marion Baker...

 

Benjamin Martinez Gonzalez

Benjamin Martinez Gonzalez, dear son, brother, husband and father, was born Jan. 22, 1981, and died at the age of 38 on Jan. 24, 2019. "Benjamin, we will never forget all the shared moments, and we...

 

Lt. Cmdr. (Ret.) Thomas Henry Gainer Jr.

Thomas Henry Gainer Jr., 81, of Pisgah Forest, went to glory Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. He was welcomed into the arms of his Lord and Savior surrounded by his parents, Thomas Henry Gainer Sr. and...

 

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