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 Arts    July 19, 2018 

ColorWheel Gallery To Show 'For The Love Of Art'

The ColorWheel Gallery show "For the Love of Art" features the work of married couple Sandi and Tom Anton, who beautifully illustrate their love and passion for painting and stained glass in their...

 

Clubs And Organizations In Transylvania County

American Legion & Auxiliary, meets first Monday of each month, 6 p.m.; dinner, 7 p.m. meeting, Legion Hall, 55 E. Jordan St. Now a non-smoking facility. American Association of University Women AAUW branch meetings are held at the Lutheran Church of... Full story

 

Legal Notices: July 12, 2018

Creditor’s Notice Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of Gary D. Kendrick, deceased, late of Transylvania County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the...

 

Firing Range Is No Danger To Water

City of Brevard and state officials said the new open-air firing range, which will be behind the city’s water treatment plant off Cathey’s Creek Road, will be built in accordance with state environmental guidelines to prevent water...

 

Errors Mean $450,000 More For Project - Brevard NC

Transylvania County commissioners Tuesday approved $450,000 more in funding for the Ecusta Road industrial building project because of “design team errors and omissions on the project.” Commissioners had initially approved a project budget of...

 

Work Underway On A Proposed County Bike Plan - Brevard NC

Work on creating the Transylvania County Comprehensive Bike Plan is well underway, with a third meeting Monday night at the library's Rogow Room. The county's Planning and Community Development...

 

Jim Hardy: Going Green Will Save City Money -Brevard NC

Local resident Jim Hardy has a few ideas that he believes could help the city of Brevard “go green” and save some money. Hardy is an active member of the local chapter of the Sierra Club, and he presented his suggestions to the Brevard City Counc...

 

Charles Thomas Roe

Charles Thomas Roe, 94, died at his home Tuesday, July 3, 2018, with his family by his side. He was born March 11, 1924 in Silver Pointe, Tenn. to the late Charles Cox Roe and Alice Rosavelt Clouse...

 

Gov. Cooper And First Lady Visit SylvanSport

SylvanSport plays a prominent role in North Carolina's growing outdoor industry and was honored last week with a visit from Gov. Roy Cooper and First Lady Kristen Cooper. The Coopers met with Tom Demp...

 

Thoughts On The County Courthouse

The existing building is a landmark. The building is old and is past its useful life as a safe, efficient space for holding court or doing business. Expanding the courthouse and trying to continue to use the existing building in the expansion plan...

 

Lawrence "Larry" Edward Braisted

Lawrence "Larry" Edward Braisted, formerly of Brevard, passed away June 27, 2018, at his home in Venice, Fla., with his loving family by his side. Born in Staten Island, N.Y., on March 11, 1945, he...

 

Charles Thomas Roe

Charles Thomas Roe, 94, died at his home Tuesday, July 3, 2018, with his family by his side. He was born March 11, 1924 in Silver Pointe, Tenn. to the late Charles Cox Roe and Alice Rosavelt Clouse...

 

Legal Notices For July 5, 2018

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF TRANSYLVANIA IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK FILE NO. 18-E-214 EXECUTOR’S - ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE Having qualified as Personal Representative of the Estate of Mary Helen...

 

Better Patrol Of Rosman Highway Needed

From June 18-22 there were at least three accidents on Rosman Highway from the Marathon station to SavMor grocery store. Why is this section of highway not patrolled more? I live in this area and know full well the 45 mph speed limit is totally...

 

Picturing The Past: Key Role The Township Plays In Local Government

Over the last few weeks, Picturing the Past has been looking at the history of Transylvania County through each of its townships. It leads to the questions of, what is a township and what is it...

 

July 4 Celebrations Ready To Swing Into Action - Brevard, NC

There's no better way to commemorate Independence Day with friends and family than the Heart of Brevard's downtown Fourth of July celebration on Wednesday. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Main Street will...

 

What's Next For Courthouse?

Monday night the Transylvania County Board of Commissioners reversed course and decided to cease work on a new courthouse on Morris Road. It was certainly not an easy decision for the commissioners, who had spent time reviewing options and investing...

 

County Halts Courthouse Plans, Drops Tax Hike-Brevard NC

During a nearly five-hour meeting Monday, Transylvania County commissioners approved a $51.6 million budget for the 2019 fiscal year, ceased all current work on a new courthouse until a later date and dropped a proposed 2.5-cents property tax increas...

 

Bar Members Want Courthouse Downtown

(Editor’s Note: This column was received by the paper Monday after publication and read at the county commission meeting Monday night.) The Transylvania County Bar consists of attorneys who live and practice in Transylvania County. We represent you...

 

DAR Members Present 'A Salute To Dorothy Schieve, WAC In WW II'

On June 12 at 2 p.m., Dorothy Wilson Schieve processed on the arm of Col. Richard G. Woodhull to her seat of honor in the Activities Room at Cedar Mountain House where she is a resident. Members of th...

 
 By Matthew McGregor    News    June 28, 2018

Mantiques Coming To Downtown Brevard -Brevard NC

A new store, which will house an array of rustic collectibles for home furnishing, is in the works for the site on West Main Street in Brevard that once occupied Rice Furniture. The store is called Mantiques and is owned by Carl Littlefield, a...

 

Helen Rowell Lee

Helen Rowell Lee, 74, of Cedar Mountain, lost her battle to cancer May 26, 2018. She received her degree in radiological science from the University of Alabama in Birmingham in 1964, and worked as a...

 
 By Matt McGregor    News    June 25, 2018

Council Hears Complaints About Confederate Flag

Brevard City Council will hear its legal options at a later date after listening to concerns about the Confederate flags that were displayed during the Memorial Day parade this year. Local NAACP officials and others expressed concerns during last wee...

 

Connestee Falls Scholarship Winner Chris Norton Plans For The Future

Chris Norton is a man of many talents. After his 2002 graduation from Brevard High School, he worked in construction as a laborer, then a carpenter’s helper and then a carpenter. Next, he obtained his contractor’s license, moved to Durham, N.C.,...

 

Picturing The Past: Cathey's Creek Was One Of The Earliest Settlements In Transylvania County

Cathey's Creek is the only township within Transylvania County that is entirely surrounded by other county townships. It covers about 32 square miles and is bordered by the Brevard, Dunn's Rock, Easta...

 

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