Welding student named Sylva Rotary Student of the Month

The Rotary Club of Sylva chooses a student of the month for good grades and exemplary study skills.
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Thankful for Dad this Father's Day

Trying to speak honestly about the relationship I have with my dad can feel icky. It’s complicated — and I’m…
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Memories and Lessons Learned

“Memory is never a precise duplicate of the original… It is a continuing act of creation.” - Rosalind Cartwright
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Grateful for Dear ol' Dad

Some people are so unique no adjective seems worthy. They are such distinct individuals that a written description eludes me.…
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Dine With Divas

Celebrate summer with an evening of entertainment that includes a delicious dinner and fabulous production. Dine With Divas drag dinner cabaret is…
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Ways To Celebrate Father’s Day in WNC

If your dad is like mine, finding a good gift can be difficult, but really what your dad wants is…
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Marina Taught Me How to Feel, Now Other Music Has No Appeal

By Daley Hooten • Rumble Contributor | On June 11, Welsh pop singer Marina released her latest album, “Ancient Dreams In…
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Celebrate Juneteenth in WNC!

Juneteenth Events in WNC:
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5 Tips for Traveling with Kids & Teens

Traveling with a gaggle of kids and teens can be exciting but only if you’re emotionally prepared and well equipped…
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Ask Eliza: What are some health benefits of herbs and spices?

One of the spices I love most is cayenne pepper which has capsaicin in it. Capsaicin is shown to help…
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Soul of Place: Images Inspired by the Places We Love

The Asheville Gallery of Art welcomes June with the show “Soul of Place: Images Inspired by the Places We Love,”…
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Staycation Ideas For The Summer Season

While everyone with families takes advantage of the summer months off from school by getting out of town for a…
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Red Bird, Red Bird, What Do You See?

By Sabrina Matheny 
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Tips & Suggestions From Your Local Nursery

Sponsored: Rumble sat down Smokey Park Nursery owner, Derek Engelhardt, to learn a few tips and suggestions for spring and…
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The Sober-Curious Movement

Sober-curious is the new buzzword. It means being more intentional about how, when and why you drink. Unlike previous movements or…
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Shades of Green

Dusk was just starting to creep down the mountain when Megan rolled into the driveway, up from Charlotte for the…
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Top 5 Adverse Health Effects of Alcohol Consumption

By: Dr. Linda Sparks ND, LAc While I am sure most folks like to drink to relax or for social…
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Experiencing Van Gogh in Atlanta

By Hylah Birenbaum This August I will be celebrating my 50th birthday, so I decided that this year I am…
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Woman in Charge

Last week, Laurence des Cars was appointed by President Emmanuel Macron of France, to be president-director of the Louvre. She…
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Women's Retreat About Much More Than Yoga

Some of us were there to get out of the house. Some of us were there to escape our grief.…
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6 Best Classic High School Movies

From the Rumble Team There are a ton of classic movies about high schoolers. While these nostalgic films center on…
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Powerful Insight from a High School Graduate

By Emily Duvall My high school experience embodies the saying, “It was the best of times; it was the worst…
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Mom is Winning Her Battle with Cystic Fibrosis

May is National Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Awareness Month. More than 30,000 adults and kids in the United States have CF.…
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Just Graduated? Don’t Make These Money Mistakes

National nonprofit credit counseling agency Take Charge America explains the fiscal flubs young adults should avoid to build a strong…
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Memorial Day Weekend Events

Memorial Day Weekend Events
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Sign Up For College Savings Account, Enter To Win $1,529

May 29 is National College Savings Plan Day, and the NC 529 Plan through the College Foundation of North Carolina is…
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5 Ways Your Child's Education Could Have Changed For The Better

The shift to remote learning during the pandemic caused angst for parents, but it also led to unexpected benefits that…
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Q&A With Helping Hands Of Haywood

Helping Hands of Haywood is a new nonprofit that is making a tremendous difference in the community by reaching out…
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Juice & Smoothie Recipe Ideas

Juices and smoothies are a great way to eat clean and feel fresh during spring and summer. Below is a…
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Reading Room: Brandi Carlile's Broken Horses

There is so much I love about Brandi Carlile I don’t even know where to begin, but at the moment…
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Be a Good Mom, Not a Perfect One

Something has shifted in the world of motherhood. It’s different than ever before, and it's not that previous generations of…
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How To Make Spring Cleaning A Breeze

When we think of spring cleaning we typically think of scrubbing, mopping, organizing, and generally getting our homes back in…
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Best and Worst Foods For Your Gut

The gut and the mind are more connected than one might think. There is a reason we use expressions like…
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How Is The Pandemic Impacting Mental Health?

Because it’s Mental Health Awareness Month, Rumble reached out to someone who deals with behavioral health issues in Western North…
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How to make meditation work for you

Meditation looks different for everyone and that’s OK. There’s no right way or wrong way to meditate — if you do…
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Harriet Tubman Statue Coming To Sylva

The “Harriet Tubman — Journey to Freedom” sculpture will be on public display in Sylva, North Carolina from Sept. 20…
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Mental Health Resources in WNC

If you are uninsured or underinsured, there are still available resources so you can get the help you need. Here…
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CVS offer free health screenings for women

CVS Health recently announced new initiatives to support women’s health and wellness in May, including offering no-cost heart health screenings from…
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Everything is Fine

The sun was shining dry, white hot heat the day my mother and I found ourselves out of money, tired…
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Sponsored: Propel Your Small Business Forward with Social Media

Haywood Community College’s Small Business Center is offering a social media summit on Tues., May 11.
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Check In On Your Emotional Wellbeing

Vaya Health is encouraging Western North Carolinians to check up on their own emotional wellbeing in May as the nation…
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Ideas For Celebrating Mother's Day in WNC

There are so many ways to celebrate Mother's Day in Western North Carolina, whether you take her out for a…
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Finding Motivation v. Practicing Discipline

I’ve spent many years wondering about how to stay motivated — personally and professionally. I’ve read a ton of books and listened…
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Veggie Scraps Broth

When we are taking care of ourselves and the people we live with, eating a diet rich in fruits and…
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Nina Simone Project Breaks Ground In Tryon

The Nina Simone Project (NSP) on Saturday, May 1, will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the Nina Simone Archive, a…
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Join Special Two-Day Workshop For Mother's Day

Leigh-Ann Renz is offering a special retreat-style workshop at Waynesville Yoga over Mother’s Day weekend. 
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7 Self-Care Habits of Successful Women

Self-care is necessary for all women because it's revitalizing and relaxing, especially after a long day's work. Successful women know…
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Women Organize Third Community Resource Fair

A group of women across several local and statewide organizations came together during the pandemic last summer to make sure…
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Taking Care of Yourself in a Post-Pandemic World

By Susan Mahoney, CNO/Clinical Leader, Haywood Regional Medical Center Life has changed in ways both big and small over the…
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Let a Little Light In — Q&A With Libby Rodenbough

Rumble’s Susanna Shetley sat down with Libby Rodenbough of the band Mipso. This popular North Carolina collective offers a variety…
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