An unfortunate sight sent a harsh reminder to Western North Carolina residents last week as smoke filled the air in multiple locations across the region.
By Ryan Hanchett
The Green Salamander’s down-listing from “endangered” to “threatened” on the State of North Carolina’s list of vulnerable species doesn’t necessarily mean their numbers are increasing, and research
By Kelsey Reidle
Visitors to one of Highlands’ most popular waterfalls may want to adjust their expectations for future visits, if the U.S.
By Kelsey Reidle
Some say, “Earth Day is every day,” and many people and organizations in Highlands take this to heart.
I hope to see everyone at 9 a.m. Saturday morning at the Highlands Chamber for the Plateau Litter Pickup.
When the General Assembly passed a bill last year that limited classroom sizes, there were very few critics – at first.
At the March 30 varsity girls’ soccer game, the Lady Highlanders defeated Hayesville 10-1. From the start, the Highlanders held a steady offense.
The Highlands School girls’ soccer team trounced Cherokee High School in a conference game at home on Monday, 4-1.
On Feb. 25, the Highlands Hurricanes swim team hosted a meet at the Recreation Park pool, winning 27 of 80 events and setting 14 pool records.
Kathryn Sue Hopper Potts passed away peacefully on April 5, 2017 in the presence of her beloved family.
Madaline Johnson Huie died peacefully at her home in Highlands, NC on April 4, 2017 from complications associated with Multiple Sclerosis.
Nancy Balch Cox, 92, formerly of Highlands, NC and most recently of Brookdale Senior Living, Woodstock, GA, passed forward Tuesday, March 14, 2017, at Brookdale.
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