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Lyric Anne Livingston

Lyric Anne Livingston, 16, of Hendersonville, joined Jesus and was made new and whole in the early morning hours of Friday, June 17, 2016. Her final days and moments were spent surrounded by her family and friends that loved her deeply. Born March...

 

Hampton To Discuss Benefits Of Adrenal Health June 23

Healthy Harvest Natural Foods of Brevard is hosting a free educational community lecture titled, “The Benefits of Adrenal Health,” with Brian Hampton of Gaia Herbs, Thursday, June 23, at 12 p.m. The adrenal glands are endocrine glands that...

 

Cradle of Forestry Announces Junior Forester Program

The Cradle of Forestry in America will offer a Junior Forester program for boys and girls ages 8-12 years old. This outdoor-oriented experience will be held every Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30...

 

BHS Class Of '54 To Meet At Fish Camp

The BHS Class of 1954 will meet for lunch Tuesday, June 21, at 11 a.m. at the Pisgah Fish Camp. All classmates are urged to attend. For more information, call Becky Hudson Huggins at (828) 877-3843....

 

Young To Be Honored At Davidson Cemetery

At the Davidson River Cemetery in Pisgah Forest on Friday, June 24, at 10 a.m., there will be a short ceremony along with the Honor Guard and some Civil War Reenactors to dedicate a monument for the service of Milton Joshua Young during the Civil...

 

Domestic Violence Task Force Holds First Meeting

The Transylvania Coun-ty Domestic Violence-Sexual Assault Task Force came together for its first meeting on June 9 in the Commissioners Chambers at noon. County Commiss-ioner Page Lemel called for...

 

Bone Marrow Registry Drive Planned At TRH June 30th

Transylvania Regional Hospital will host a Bone Marrow Registry Drive June 30 from 3-6 p.m. at the hospital lobby. People ages 18-44 are encouraged to participate in this drive. For thousands with blood cancers like leukemia or other diseases like...

 

Prison Reform For Youth

Prison Reform For Youth Officials in the North Carolina prison system announced last week they will no longer place young inmates in solitary confinement and will introduce a program to meet all the needs of the youngest inmates. This is a step in...

 

Ban Assault Weapons

The assault on our freedoms that include religious freedom, and the freedom of who we love was horrible in Orlando. So, now there is much jabber about mental illness and how we can protect our freedoms. Almost nobody says what is so obvious to me....

 

Taking Schools Back To Dark Ages

Chris Whitmire wants to make the Transylvania Board of Education partisan in the hope that it will become top heavy with backward thinking, fanatical Republicans who will push their personal ideologies, mainly religious, on the children of our...

 

Bicyclists Should Share The Road

I have yet to see a bicyclist pull over and let a line of cars pass by. How is this “sharing the road?” You see them look behind to see how many cars are piled up but never consider that maybe it might be courteous to safely pull over at a...

 

Opposes A Living Wage

I read the latest article in The Times, which addressed board issues. One issue that struck me again in the item now was called “living wage.” Here we go again with liberal politicians trying to decide what a business should pay workers. Nothing...

 

Enough Is Enough

We found the support we needed by attending our house of worship on Sunday morning following the worst episode of gun violence in our country’s history. Our ministers inspired us with their messages of hope and summarized that as a society we need...

 

Riverfest Features Wet And Wild Weekend

It was a beautiful day to enjoy the water Saturday as Rosman hosted its first Upper French Broad Riverfest. The event was organized by the French Broad River Stewards and included several activities...

 
 By Kevin Fuller    News    June 20, 2016

Teen Falls At Rainbow Falls

A teen was injured after falling from a trail near Rainbow Falls in Greenville County on Tuesday evening. According to Jimmy Jones with the Cedar Mountain Fire Rescue, a 14-year-old fell roughly 30-50 feet from a trail near the waterfall at about 3...

 

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