Mike & Dooley

A pair of Highlanders spread the good news and random wackiness far beyond the confines of their little mountain town.
Tug Helmer, Megan McLain, and Craig Eister

A Filet and a Play

Highlands Cashiers Players will spotlight a quartet of funny one-act plays at its March Dinner Theater, March 15-17 and March 22-24.
Avocado Glowing Skin Pudding

Glowing Skin Pudding

Packed with vital nutrients and bursting with flavor, this easy-to-make dessert looks like something served in a Star Wars cantina.

Hillrie Quin

Heralding Hillrie Quin

Hillrie Quin’s service is predicated upon a reverence for nature and a deep commitment to his neighbors.
Nicole Taylor, CDF Student Intern and Sue M. Blair, Executive Director

Easy’s Slipper Study at UF

Easy’s Slipper is scientifically tested under real-life conditions.

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The Mckinney Spring, Cashiers History
Dr. Marco Chavarria, Highlands-Cashiers Hospital

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Spice It Up, Chili Lovers
Published on
2015/01 - Winter
Fireproof your tongue, slip on your dancing shoes and escape the winter blues with Highlands’ Annual Chili Cook-off, set for 6:30 P.M. March 14 at the Highlands Community Building (next to the Town Ball Field). Tickets are $25 (free for kids 12 and under)and are available at the door.   more
Spinal Stenosis Causes, Symptoms & Solutions
Published on
2016/10 - October
A bundle of treatments can provide relief for the agonizing conundrum of Spinal Stenosis.  more
Spotlight On!
Published on
2015/04 - April
Local students will test their talents in a drama and a comedy at PAC Youth Theater’s “Spotlight On: 2 One Act Plays,” April 23-24 and 26 at the Highlands Performing Arts Center.   more
Spring Peeper
Published on
2016/04 - April
The spring peeper’s most distinctive trait is the dark cross or X-shaped blotch that usually is found on its back.  more
Stand by Your Man
Published on
2015/05 - May
Trust your instincts when judging a wine from seasons past.  more
Start Something for a Child
Published on
2015/04 - April
The Big Brothers Big Sisters program is aiming to offer summer camp to a deserving group of boys and girls in Highlands and Cashiers.   more
Step In. Float Away.
Published on
2016/07 - July
Step Up to the “Plate”
Published on
2016/11 - November
At the start of the Plateau’s season of quiet desperation, the Food Pantry of Highlands can use some generous supporters.  more
Sublime Surprises
Published on
2016/05 - May
Hidden in the outer reaches of Scaly Mountain, Bella’s Junction Cafe is a jewel worth seeking.  more
Success Report
Published on
2016/03 - March
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Highlands boosts its matches thanks to a caring community. For more information or to participate, call (828) 524-5420.   more