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Wednesday, 19 November 2014 15:41

GSMR is North Pole bound

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The Polar Express themed train will celebrate the holiday season Nov. 21-23 and 25-26 at the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad depot in Bryson City. The classic children’s book comes to life as the train departs for a special visit at the “North Pole.” Set to the sounds of the motion picture soundtrack, guests on board will enjoy warm cocoa and a treat while listening and reading…
Wednesday, 19 November 2014 15:40

Cherokee exhibit showcased at Dugan Center

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The touring exhibit “Understanding our Past, Shaping our Future,” will be on display through Dec. 17 at the Chief Joyce Dugan Cultural Arts Center at Cherokee Central Schools.
Wednesday, 19 November 2014 15:39

New roof for Appalachian Women’s Museum

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The Appalachian Women’s Museum has recently completed the repair of the roof to the Monteith House in Dillsboro. Funds for the roof project came from the Jackson County Board of Commissioners, AWM board member Roberta Buckner, and private donors from across the community and country. Work on the roof was completed by Woodard Construction, which is located in Bryson City. 
Wednesday, 19 November 2014 15:37

Gingerbread House Competition underway in Franklin

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The Franklin Chamber of Commerce will host its 2nd annual Gingerbread House Competition during the Winter Wonderland Celebration Dec. 5-12. The gingerbread creations will be located in the board room at the Franklin Town Hall on Main Street.
Wednesday, 19 November 2014 15:35

Atkins, Allman, Nelson and Heart to hit Harrah’s Cherokee

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Tickets for country sensation Trace Adkins, southern rocker Gregg Allman, music icon Willie Nelson and rock band Heart at Harrah’s Cherokee are currently available for purchase.
Wednesday, 19 November 2014 15:15

Marching toward The Big Apple

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“The whole world is watching.” That’s the statement echoing from a megaphone strapped to the side of David Starnes, director of athletic bands at Western Carolina University. On a recent crisp late fall afternoon, 505 college students march up and down a large intramural field in Cullowhee. The instrumental sounds of Journey’s seminal 80s classic “Don’t Stop Believin’” ricochets around the campus, ultimately radiating into the…