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Balsam Grove News

Bookmobile The Transylvania County Bookmobile will be at the Balsam Grove Community Center on Tuesday, Nov. 12, noon until 2 p.m. Come and check out books to read since the time... — Updated 11/6/2019

 By Janet Lute    Lifestyles

Wagner To Discuss Extending The Growing Season Nov. 12

Many people in this area may think that fresh, locally grown vegetables are not readily available during the winter months. Store offerings can look and taste less than perfect, or they have been transported hundreds of miles to... — Updated 11/6/2019


Lake Toxaway News

Lake Toxaway Community Center Congratulations to Lake Toxaway Community Center on its award from the WNC Communities as a "Community of Promise." On Saturday, Nov. 2, six members... — Updated 11/6/2019


Forty-four Local Nonprofits Receive Over $3 Million From WNC Bridge Foundation – Transylvania County, NC

WNC Bridge Foundation announced 44 local nonprofits will be the recipients of the Foundation’s 2019 Impact Grants, with awards totaling $3,341,836. Aligning with the Foundation’s goal of being a catalyst for positive change... — Updated 11/6/2019


Cedar Mountain News

Trees Come Down A huge oak tree fell at the gate to the cemetery at Rocky Hill last week. Only a few gravestones were knocked over. Another large oak fell at the entrance to the... — Updated 11/6/2019


Becoming Self-Sufficient

In pondering the possibilities available to us as a county to make us more self-sufficient and productive without endangering our futures by destroying the environment, I have come up with the following possibilities: We could as... — Updated 11/6/2019


Flu Precautions

While flu season usually does not peak until January or February, the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services has reported that one resident died from the flu in October. While most people feel miserable for a few days or... — Updated 11/6/2019


An Economic Essential

From a purely economic perspective, County Commission Chairman Mike Hawkins was correct when he stated last week that the decision to apply for a grant to help pay for a sewer line from Rosman to Gaia Herbs is “the most... — Updated 11/6/2019


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