Those kaleidoscopic Holiday Windows scattered around Highlands are part of the Trim Our Town contest. Your judgment is requested.
Magazine Issue: 2020/12 - December
Kinesiology Specialist April Kerr Roscher brings a wealth of knowledge and a history of compassionate care to Aery Chiropractic.
Thriving in a year of opportunity and interest, Silver Creek Real Estate Group opens an additional location and welcomes Broker Rob Whitney.
The Rotary Club of Highlands won’t let something like a global pandemic dim the glory of its 75 years of service to its community and the world.
Highlands Rotarian Jim Oesterle helps get what needs doing done.
The loss of our beloved Wiley Sloan leaves a vast, painful hole in our magazine, our hearts, and the lives of people he touched all over the Plateau.
October was Polio Month for Mountaintop Rotary of Highlands. The Rotary program to eradicate polio was started in 1989 when over 1,000 children a day were being paralyzed by the disease around the world.
The value of The Village Green has never been more apparent than in this off-the-rails year.
The state of abandoned local cats and dogs grows even more perilous with the onset of winter. A contribution to the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society is a
timely lifeline. The state of abandoned local cats and dogs grows even more perilous with the onset of winter. A contribution to the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society is a timely lifeline.
Santa’s bound to notice the bounty of good works undertaken by the good people of the Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust. And you can end up on the Nice List, too!