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Paddle Through History And The Mountain Lily Jetties

In 1876, after heavy debate, a bill in Congress was passed that appropriated $25,000 dollars to the improvement of the upper French Broad "channel." After being declared navigable, which prompted an...

 

Cradle Of Forestry To Celebrate The Historical Locomotives That Traveled Pisgah National Forest

The Cradle of Forestry invites the public to enjoy a Saturday, July 21, program about western North Carolina’s logging train history and the 1914 Climax logging locomotive on display at the Cradle. Visitors will learn about the locomotive and...

 

Growing Our Local Economy And Community Meeting Set

On Saturday, Sept. 7, the Moving to Conservers group is gathering at Peaks & Creeks Brewing Company, located in Brevard’s Lumberyard Arts District, for “Growing Our Local Community and Economy” from 3 to 5 p.m. with discussion and fellowship...

 

Master Gardener: Integrated Pest Management Offers Options

Integrated pest management, or IPM, is simply understanding the various options and methods of pest control and choosing the most appropriate one for each particular situation. This is counter to the common practice of simply dousing the garden with...

 

Karen Hattum Handschin

Karen Hattum Handschin, the dear wife of Rev. Richard Handschin, of Brevard, died peacefully in her home on the morning of Sunday, July 1, 2018. She was 73. She was born in New Orleans Dec. 30, 1944....

 

Betty Anita Hanks Stanley

Betty Anita Hanks Stanley passed away peacefully July 8, 2018, following a long, brave battle with dementia, and after complications from a fall. She was 87 years old. She was born in 1931 to Dorothy...

 

Gussie Capps

Gussie Capps, 87, of College Walk, in Brevard, passed away Wednesday, July 11, 2018, in the John F. Keever Solace Center in Asheville. A native of Henderson County, she was the daughter of the late Lannie and Cheva Ward Bayne. She was also preceded...

 

Vietnam Offers Diverse Landscapes, Cultures

When my plane landed in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, after 33 hours of traveling this past January, I stepped out of the airplane and into a whole new world. I had chosen to study abroad for a...

 

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