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Dunns Rock News

Rockbrook Connections A simple show of hands at last week’s community center dinner showed how much Rockbrook Camp for Girls has touched the lives of Dunn’s Rock community members. A majority of...

 

Cedar Mountain News

Cedar Mountain Community Meeting Cedar Mountain Community Center President Suzanne Lawson recognized Abby Smith as the 2019 recipient of the $1,000 Cedar Mountain Community Center Scholarship. Smith is a rising sophomore at Florida Southern College...

 

Pisgah Project 2019

Local companies like Cane Creek Cycling Components, Industry Nine, Reeb Cycles, TRP Cycling, Thomson Bike, Maxxis tires, Chromag, Find Your Line Bike Shop and Oskar Blues Brewery have teamed up with...

 

Space Day Open House At PARI Set For May 4

The Learning Center at PARI is hosting its annual Space Day open house Saturday, May 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The 200-acre campus will be open to the public for activities and events that are...

 

Small Business Center Announces Outdoor Industry Seminar Series

Presented by The Small Business Center at Blue Ridge Community College along with presenter, Ryan Taylor – the Recrepreneur, this hands-on seminar series is offered free for all outdoor industry entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses. This...

 

Muddy Sneakers' Day Camp Moving To REEB Ranch

Children from around western North Carolina have a new way to experience the joy of being outside this summer as Muddy Sneakers' award-winning day camp moves to the REEB Ranch. Located between...

 

Duncan Carmichael (Mike) Hunter Jr.

Duncan Carmichael (Mike), Hunter Jr., 74, passed away Saturday, April 20, 2019, at his home in Brevard. Born in Lenoir, N.C., March 31, 1945, he moved with his family to Brevard at an early age and...

 

Picturing The Past: Community Clubs: An Essential Part For Developing Communities

As community clubs throughout the Transylvania County grew in the mid-20th century they worked to develop programs for all ages. Community dinners, holiday parties and other entertainments were...

 

Skyterra Opening Campus At Glen Cannon

Skyterra Wellness Retreat is planning to open a new campus on 25 acres of the former Glen Cannon Country Club property. Skyterra Wellness Retreat, which currently has a location in Lake Toxaway, has been turning the former clubhouse into a newly reno...

 

Church Activities

Brevard-Davidson River Presbyterian “Hosanna! Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord!” The shouts of celebration could be heard throughout Jerusalem at Jesus’ triumphal entry. This Sunday, April 14, in worship we will remember...

 

Glancing Back? Plans For New Post Office Announced

The following briefs are from Thursday, April 10, 1969 edition of The Transylvania Times. Gov. Robert W. Scott has signed a proclamation for the observance of National Library Week throughout North Carolina, April 20-26. _______________ Five Brevard...

 
 By Janet Lute    Features    April 4, 2019

Master Gardener: Practice Safety In The Garden

We don’t always think of our gardens as being a source of danger, but if we are not prepared, we can find ourselves with aches and pains, or even a trip to the emergency room in our future. It is important to treat gardening like we would other...

 

See Off News

The calendar says we’ve officially entered spring, and the daffodils have done their darnedest to help us believe it, but some mornings as I am still scraping frost from my windshield before heading down the mountain, I find myself wishing spring c...

 

Share The Roads And The Trails

This Saturday up to 1,000 bicyclists will be riding the roads of Transylvania County as the 20th Assault on the Carolinas takes place. It will mark the unofficial beginning of bike season. Of course, there have been bicyclists on the roads and...

 

Connestee Falls News

Grandson At The Grand David and Caroline Trickey of Utsonati Lane have reason to be proud. Their grandson, Caleb Borick, a 16-year old piano prodigy who lives in Charleston, will be performing along...

 

MountainTrue Brings No Man's Land Film Festival To Brevard

MountainTrue and Transylvania County Tourism are proud to bring No Man's Land Film Festival (NMLFF) – the premier all-women adventure film festival – to western North Carolina for a second year....

 

Donna Byrd Neil

Donna Byrd Neil, 67, died peacefully at her home in Brevard, March 14, 2019, after a hard-fought battle with cancer. A native of Winston-Salem, N.C., she was the daughter of Milton B. Byrd and...

 

Trail System Supporters Seeking More Volunteers

A new group dedicated to sustaining the riding and walking paths in town, the Friends of the Brevard Area Trails System (BAT), is looking for volunteers Torry Nergart initially identified a need for this type of organization in the city. Nergart is...

 

Kurt Stegle Named New Golf Professional At Connestee Falls

The Connestee Falls Property Owners Association (CFPOA) has announced the hiring of new Head Golf Professional Kurt Stegle to oversee all aspects of the Connestee Falls golf course. Born and raised...

 

Dunn's Rock News

Community Center Dinners Are Back Neighbors and friends are invited to see the improvements that have been made to the Dunn's Rock Community Center during its first dinner and program night of the...

 

Lisa Anne Duscio

Lisa Anne Duscio, 57, of Brevard, passed away Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019. A native of Port Huron, Mich., she was the daughter of Charles Frederick and Alice Anne Elliston Ely, of Port Huron. She was a gi...

 

James E. LeGere

Jim E. LeGere, 77, of Connestee Falls, Brevard, died peacefully Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019, surrounded by friends and family at Solace Hospice in Asheville. Born in Oak Park, Ill., he was a graduate of Pri...

 

David Collins

David Collins, 72, of Brevard, died Friday, Feb. 8, 2019. Born in Detroit, Mich., he attended Western Michigan University, graduating with a bachelor's degree in political science. Later, he earned...

 

Brevard AAUW Explores Outdoor Adventures

Jayne Fought is among several other Transylvania residents who consider Pisgah Forest their backyard. Fortunately, she has discovered and explored many other “back yards” in the United States as an outdoor adventure specialist for almost three...

 

Irvin "Irv" E. Henry

Irvin "Irv" E. Henry, 94, of Syracuse, N.Y., passed away Monday, Feb. 4, 2019 at Upstate University Hospital Community Campus. Born to the late Irvin and Ruth (Wachob) Henry in Big Run, Pa., he was...

 

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