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By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | Life’s rolling along and you’re feeling confident and BAM out of the blue you have an experience that causes you to question yourself.  You notice that you’re having a few doubts about something that normally wouldn’t rattle you.  What’s that about?

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Working For The Knife

By Daley Hooten • Rumble Contributor | Everyone! Mitski is back! I repeat, Mitski is back!

After a 3 year hiatus, singer-songwriter Mitski Miyawaki returned on October 5th with a new single and the exciting announcement of her U.S. tour. “Working for the Knife”' is the title of this new single and it's the perfect song to return with. 

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Experience World-Class Argentina Culinary Wine Tour

Well-known Western North Carolina chef Ricardo Fernandez Battini announced dates for the seventh Culinary Wine Tour to Argentina, Nov. 7 - 21, 2022.

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Cherokee Mural Added to Appalachian Mural Trail

After over two years of work and delays, The Snowbird Cherokee mural is now available for viewing on the Appalachian Mural Trail site at muraltrail.com.

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Wanda Taylor Receives HART’s Career Achievement Award

Following the curtain call for the opening night performance of HART’s current production of “Harvey,” the show’s director, Wanda Taylor got a major surprise.

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Unite For a World Without Breast Cancer

Hundreds of local breast cancer survivors, caregivers, volunteers, and corporate and community members are uniting to make the greatest impact to save lives and ensure no one faces breast cancer alone at the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K walk. This noncompetitive, inspirational event raises awareness and funds for a world without breast cancer.

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Zonta Club Asks For Bra Donations

For the next month, the Zonta Club of the Franklin Area is collecting new and gently-used bras at the Franklin Chamber of Commerce.

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Wear Purple Day on Oct. 21

REACH of Haywood is urging everyone in the county to wear purple on Thursday, Oct. 21, to show support for healthy relationships and to stand against intimate partner violence in our county and around the world. This is a nationally recognized awareness initiative. Purple ribbons to wear are also available for free from the Within Reach Resale Store at 456 Hazelwood Avenue, starting Oct. 18.

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Check Out These Top Fall Festivals

There are plenty of ways to celebrate the autumn season around Appalachia in October. Here are some fall festival suggestions for the next couple of weeks. 

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