For Highlands Rotarian Sherry Holt, serving her community has always been part of her DNA.
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Though they were raised blocks apart, Kay and Thomas Craig took their time before they truly discovered one another. It’s a relationship made stronger by working together, working apart, and always, an abiding love.
New Highlands Smokehouse owner Bryan Lewis takes the reins of what’s quickly become a treasured Highlands institution.
Jeannie Chambers’ latest book explores the perils and possibilities of glimpsing the future. Arnetta and The Mirror of Destiny is available locally as well as on Amazon.
Keeping it cool is just one of the many steps that maintains the Highlands Ice Rink’s status as a not-to-be-missed wintertime destination. For information or reservations, call (828) 526-3556 or visit highlandsnc.org/recreation-ice-rink.
A note from the Chairman of the Highlands Chamber of Commerce Board lays out a path for a brighter future and an events calendar that’s not clouded with anxiety.
Highlands Rotarian Jim Oesterle helps get what needs doing done.
There’s a loving message embedded in every wooden pen produced by Darren and Michelle Gillett.
If you’re stumped for Christmas gifts for the people (and pets) on your Shopping List, consider a visit to Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library and Hudson Library. They have some ideas.
Cake Bar takes it upon itself to get the entire community into the holiday spirit with a mix of music, exuberance on a lavish scale, and, of course, freshly-baked treats.