An innovative program launched by the International Friendship Center in Highlands aims to sharpen the work skills of people throughout the community.
Magazine Issue: 2020/12 - December
The horses of Carpe Diem Farms celebrate the arrival of Christmas with an abundance of Holiday Cheer – they’re healthy and happy.
Shop With A Cop, which brings holiday cheer to a host of local children, is thriving thanks to a compassionate law enforcement community and the generosity of a committed citizenry.
The Highlands Cashiers Health Foundation’s good works throughout this pandemic year have given it the determination to aim for even greater things in 2021.
Spinal stenosis has been a topic of conversation more and more lately. My patients are asking for explanations and help with this painful phenomenon.
It’s safe to say that 2020 has been a year unlike most. We have experienced a global pandemic, social unrest, and political differences powerful enough to divide the closest of families and friends. For many, the recent stressors of uncertainty and chaos have led to ongoing feelings of fear, anxiety and depression.
2020’s been an omnishambles year. We’re all hoping the holidays will lift America’s spirit (and consciousness). I’m doing my part. I made a mistletoe ball so huge, it will dwarf your neighbor’s two-story-blow-up-zombie-Rudolf.
Exploring the grounds of the Zachary-Tolbert House offers a glimpse into the lives and fortunes of the people who lived there.
As we think about the lush evergreen Christmas trees that are grown on our mountains, consider what almost happened to many of them years ago.
Though his influence upon the community is still felt today, many of the details of Frank Allen’s life and death remain cloaked in mystery.