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- Dinner honors Master Gardener graduates, volunteers November 17, 2019The 2019 Extension Master Gardener program recognized volunteers and graduates during an awards dinner at Mountain Lodge last week.Sue Ann Williams won the Shining Seedling Award, given by Master Gardeners to an EMGV intern who has gone above and beyond in service to the people of Henderson County in an internship.Donna Gatnarek won the […]
- LOCAL BRIEFS: Art winners, Christmas parade, grant writing, Saluda play November 17, 2019The Art League of Henderson County announced the winning artists for its 2019 Annual Fall Member Show at an opening reception on Nov. 5 at the Henderson County Public Library.
- KnollsCam: Bobcat carries chipmunk, squirrel to hungry kittens November 17, 2019A female bobcat who evidently is a very skilled hunter carries chipmunks and squirrels to her hungry kittens, says Thomas Brass, the wildlife enthusiast who makes video of the animals atop Haywood Knolls. Warning: the video contains images of the predator carrying her prey to the kittens.
- Caraker regrets not seeing through projects he 'stirred up' November 16, 2019The day after last week’s election, Hendersonville City Council member Steve Caraker described his disappointment in failing to win a fourth term, mainly because he won’t get the chance to see through projects he “stirred up” during his three terms on the board.
- Tickets still available for IAM concert featuring Up Dog November 16, 2019Tickets are still available for the 10th annual Warmth of Home Concert, a benefit for Interfaith Assistance Ministry, on Monday, Nov. 18, at the Flat Rock Playhouse.
- Joiner handing off baton as HSO conductor November 15, 2019The Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra's music director and conductor for the past 21 seasons, Thomas Joiner, is stepping down from the role this season, and the symphony has launched a search for his successor.
- Report Looks At Insurance Coverage November 18, 2019RALEIGH -- Fifteen thousand North Carolina children lost health insurance coverage between 2016 and 2018, according to a report released by the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families.
- Emission Rules Take Effect in December November 18, 2019RALEIGH – Beginning Dec. 1, North Carolina’s vehicle inspections requirement will exempt vehicles 20 years old from obtaining a yearly emissions test in the 22 counties which emissions testing is required.
- Six Get NC Awards for 2019 November 18, 2019RALEIGH -- Six distinguished North Carolinians were presented the North Carolina Award, the state’s highest honor, by Governor Roy Cooper at a Nov. 16 ceremony at the Raleigh Convention Center. The award recognizes significant lifetime achievements in the areas of fine arts, literature, public service and science.
- Mass suicide at Jonestown February 9, 2010On November 18, 1978, Peoples Temple founder Jim Jones leads hundreds of his followers in a mass murder-suicide at their agricultural commune in a remote part of the South American nation of Guyana. Many of Jones’ followers willingly ingested a poison-laced punch while others were forced to do so ...
- Terry Waite released after four-year kidnapping in Lebanon November 24, 2009Shiite Muslim kidnappers in Lebanon free Anglican Church envoy Terry Waite after more than four years of captivity. Waite, looking thinner and his hair grayer, was freed along with American educator Thomas M. Sutherland after intense negotiations by the United Nations. Waite, special envoy of the ...