A candlewicking workshop will be offered from 9:30 a.m. to noon Thursday, April 18, at the Jackson County Extension Office…
The Gathering Table is providing fresh, nutritious dinners from 5 to 7 p.m. every Thursday evening at the Cashiers Community…
I’m sometimes asked if the prehistoric Cherokees used any sort of poisons on their blowgun darts. These darts (slivers of…
The Valley of the Lilies Half Marathon and 5K will race through the Western Carolina University campus and greater Cullowhee…
Ahhhh. That is what was my first thought when the rock slipped from under my foot.
This recent bumpy weather across the Eastern U.S. has resulted in some flight delays and changed itineraries for a bunch…
Paddlers are salivating over the first-ever whitewater releases offered on the west fork of the Tuckasegee from 10 a.m. to…
More than a third of the tourists who come knocking at the Jackson County visitor center these days have trout…
With its title Colony Collapse Disorder taken from a recent mysterious collapse of honeybee populations in North America, Keith Flynn’s…
DigiX, a digital media and arts event, will bring technology demonstrations, exhibits, workshops and a competition showcasing digital masterpieces to…
Western Carolina University students will perform “A Salute to Rockette History” on 4:30 p.m. Thursday, April 4, in the Niggli…
Once again gracing Western North Carolina with an array of culinary delights from chefs around Haywood County, Melange of the…
A free program on Cherokee Indian heritage by folklorist Dr. Barbara Duncan will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, April…
The Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet, the quintet-in-residence at Western Carolina University, will present its final concert of the spring semester…
“The Drowsy Chaperone,” a playful take on classic musicals of Broadway, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. April 11-13, and…
Haywood County Arts Council will exhibit works by the Blue Ridge Watermedia Society from April 10 through April 27, at…
Showcasing the finest in Southern Appalachian and national writing talent, the Western Carolina University Spring Literary Festival comes into its…
To the Editor:  Every time I drive to and from Bryson City, I become distressed by the volume of litter…
To the Editor: I am a white woman and a God-fearing Democrat. I could not sleep well this Easter Sunday.…
To the Editor: How many nuclear weapons does it take to make us “safe?” According to a recent report by…
Cigar smoke swirled around my face as the eardrum splitting street preacher invaded the festive mood of the thousands meandering…
You get what you pay for, and a haircut is quite possibly the finest example of that timeless concept.
A parade of Haywood County department leaders went before county commissioners during a budget work session Monday, each pleading their case for why their department needs an additional employee or two next fiscal year.
Don’t light, chew, smoke or spit that tobacco in Jackson County parks, and if you do, you could be slapped with a $50 fine. That is the gist of a proposed law that will soon be voted on by county…
Dog park patrons have issued a collective howl over recent changes to the fenced in canine play yard along Waynesville’s Richland Creek recreation complex.
The lone evergreen tree left standing on the lawn of the historic courthouse in downtown Waynesville will soon be coming down.
Maggie Valley leaders on opposing sides of the tourist tax hike both claim to have the majority in their corner. Maggie Mayor Ron DeSimone presented a stack of letters of support from hotel owners to state legislators during a trip…
Joyce Porter had just finished cleaning her house in Jonathan Creek and was planning to hop in the shower, but when she turned on the faucet, no water came out.
Haywood Community College trustees cited leadership, community rapport and deep local roots as key factors when naming Dr. Barbara Sue Parker the next college president last week.
All loaded up and no place to shoot — such is the plight of gun owners in Macon County, especially when its raining or snowing outside. That’s because the closest indoor shooting range to Franklin is as far as Asheville…
After struggling through a year of poor fundraising, the veterans’ memorial in Franklin desperately needs to sell some bricks.
The great Dillsboro train debate rolled on in Jackson County Monday with a public hearing this week on whether the county should give the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad $700,000 in exchange for the promise of more riders and tourists.
The numbers are unforgiving. One in three unexpected deaths in Haywood County are likely prescription drug overdoses. This year alone, there have been eight drug-related deaths — out of 25 unexpected deaths in all. And that doesn’t include two deaths…
All 12 seats on the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians’ Tribal Council are up for grabs this year.
U.S. Congressman Mark Meadows told Haywood County business leaders this week that the federal government should borrow a page  — or perhaps a whole chapter or two — from the private sector playbook when it comes to financial problem solving.
Police across Western North Carolina have been stamping out the last bastions of illegal video gambling machines in recent weeks, calling the bluff of defiant operators who refused to go quietly.
Barbara Sue Parker, a native of Haywood County, has been appointed president of Haywood Community College this morning.She most recently served as assistant superintendent for Rutherford County Public School System. Before that, she worked in Haywood County schools for 20…
Sarge’s dog walk and run at Lake Junaluska The friends of Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation are putting on a one-mile…
Several organizations have won a $214,195 state grant that will allow Macon County landowners improve water quality in the Little…
The Nantahala Outdoor Center has launched its own elite paddling team and signed whitewater slalom paddler Michal Smolen as its…
Wild South held its fifth annual Green Gala celebrating the 2012 Roosevelt-Ashe Society’s Conservation Award winners last Friday, March 22.…
The painstaking process of outlining a clear mission for the U.S. Forest Service and how it will manage its expansive…
Earlier this morning (Tuesday, March 26) I gazed wishfully through my office window here in Bryson City. About all I…
Recently, when I was surfing through a depressing collection of nighttime TV programs — religious rants, psychics, cooking shows and…
To the Editor: I once again would like to bring up the safety issues regarding fire, rescue and sheriff’s department…
To the Editor: There seems to be some confusion as to the withdrawal of the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad from…
To the Editor: Let’s remember when talking about the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad (GSMR), we are talking about two different…
To the Editor: The radical Republican regime in Raleigh has a new pretext for the voter ID scheme North Carolina…
When the city of Asheville decided that this year’s Bele Chere street festival would be the last it funded, little…
Catapulting classic cars and blowing up helicopters just isn’t enough for Lance Holland. “You’ve never had fun until you’ve wrecked a freight train,” he chuckled.
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