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The Brevard College women’s soccer dropped its third straight contest to a regionally-ranked opponent as it fell to Wingate University, 6-0, on Saturday afternoon at Brevard Soccer Field in South Atlantic Conference (SAC) action.

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The Blue Devil football team held practice for the first time on the synthetic turf Monday night, running offensive and defensive drills.

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Several area wrestlers competed in the state wrestling tournament last weekend.

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Each year during the last week of September, the International Council on Active Aging celebrates Active Aging Week. The message is universal: people can live as fully as possible throughout their life span if they so choose.

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Dottie Tinsley’s living room tells almost as much about her life as she can. Every space available displays a memory, many of which are of her travels through the American West, and of her late husband, Western performer Jim Bob Tinsley.

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TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY, N.C. The Rotary Club of Brevard’s 17th annual July 4 Firecracker Run this year will have a new starting line atBrevard College.

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On the day he received SAC Player of the Week honors, Champ Stuart continued his impressive sophomore season at the plate, hitting a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth to tie the game against visiting North Greenville University.

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Veterans at The Brian Center were presented Christmas gifts this week. They included fruit baskets from the American Legion Post 88, fleece blankets from the VFW and care packages from the Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW. Pictured left to right seated are Wilmer McGee and Carl McConnell. Standin…

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"That's what I call pressing your luck," is how Max Bernson referred to his survival while serving in armored combat units in World War II and Korea.

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What would happen one day — for just one day — if all the volunteers stayed home? Who would answer the tele-phone, greet the visitors, disperse information, walk with the patients, read to the children, deliver the meals, or do some of the many other activities our dedicated volunteers do each day?

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Recently the U.S. Supreme Court refused to review a lower court ruling that said the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEC) can implement a new regulation allowing employers to reduce and cancel health care benefits when retirees become eligible for Medicare, without facing age discri…