New Owners Buy Mountain Fresh Grocery

After almost 11 years, ownership of Mountain Fresh Grocery store on Main Street was passed on once again. On Monday, husband and wife-team Steve and Jennifer Snead-Smith of Richmond, Va., closed the deal on the purchase. The two left the corporate world behind and searched all over the country for the perfect business to buy.

Native Flora Plant Sale

The Mountain Garden Club’s Annual Plant Sale will be staged at 9:00 A.M. Saturday, May 26, at the Highlands Ball Field. Expect plenty of hardy, mountain-bred stars of the garden.

All About Trout

Your on-stream experience gets measurably better with the application of a few common sense ideas.

Take Your Life Back

Addiction can be successfully treated under the compassionate care of a physician.

Jelly Bugs

Little Ray’s attempt to take care of his ailing Mama will leave a bad taste in your mouth.

A Woman of Vision

The Highlands Community Child Development Center is a treasure for the entire community, thanks to people like Judy Joyner.

No Boundaries,

The Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society’s reputation for loving care for cats and dogs extends far beyond the borders of the Plateau.

The New Classics

Classic Links and Luggage offers complete lines of clothing and fine luggage, all geared to the active lifestyle. It’s all served up with deeply personalized service.

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The New Classics, Classic Links & Luggage
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2018/04 - April
Classic Links and Luggage offers complete lines of clothing and fine luggage, all geared to the active lifestyle. It’s all served up with deeply personalized service.  more
The Right Fight, Highlands' Youth Theater Program
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2018/04 - April
Local youth are demonstrating their talent for fighting with a week-long series of performances, April 25-29.  more
The Story Continues at Carpe Diem Farms
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2018/04 - April
The successful treatment of beloved horse Anna Banana relies upon intuition, experimentation and the wise design of Easy’s Slipper.  more
The Value of Theater
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2018/04 - April
Highlands Playhouse relies upon a generous community to enable it to fulfill its mission.  more
The Way We Roll, Highlands Skate Park
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2018/04 - April
Surf’s up! Skateboarders have a place to practice their moves, thanks to the Highlands Recreation Department and Mayor Pat Taylor.  more
To Bee Or Not To Bee, Bumblebees in Highlands
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2018/04 - April
Lamium serves up a hearty lunch for bumblebees and acts as a cherished member of the groundcover community.  more
Understanding Your World, Cashiers Library
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2018/04 - April
Whether you prefer indoors or outdoors, the Cashiers Library can help you better understand the world.  more
WCU Art Opening at Carolina Gallery
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2018/04 - April
Talented Western Carolina University students and faculty bring an exciting energy and a vibrant dynamic to their work at Carolina Gallery.  more
What’s HOPpening for Easter
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2018/03 - March
Holy Week and Easter will be celebrated throughout the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau.  more
When Trinidad And Appalachia Meet, Chrissy Picklesimer
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2018/04 - April
Chrissy Picklesimer’s remarkable pasta sauce is testament to a love for fresh vegetables and their joyous flavors.  more

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