Retired Dr. Michael Crowe is anything but retired, thanks to a full-slate of activities that benefit the community.
Article Author: Deena Bouknight
The frenetic life of Ann Miller Hopkins has provided a bounty of ideas and images for her writing and art.
Though she’s endowed with an almost preternatural talent for the game of golf, for Anna Stiehler it’s still a family and community affair.
Though Deena clearly cherishes her life here in the Southern Appalachians, the road is always beckoning.
The Juneteenth Journey to Freedom Together 5K Run and Fun Walk, set for June 19 at Mark Watson Park in Sylva, is a dynamic way to celebrate Emancipation Day. To register, visit jacksonncnaacp.org.
Burning with a sense of excitement and liberation from the threat of Covid, Plateau communities are ramping up their Fourth of July celebrations.
Author Karen White’s new novel spotlights the residents of London during the Blitz and the way their experiences resonated through the decades. She’ll talk about The Last Night in London and her life as a writer in a pair of free presentations – July 9 and 10 at Albert-Carlton Cashiers Community Library and Hudson Library in Highlands.
Come on in! Hudson and Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library are back to normal and offering new services (like these neat Take and Make kits) for their patrons.
Highlands Motoring Festival, set for June 10-13, relies upon a small army of volunteers to ensure that everything purrs like a well-tuned engine.
The trio of Plateau Rotary Clubs are committed to doing good things locally and around the globe.