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- Literacy Council appoints new board members July 5, 2020The Blue Ridge Literacy Council has elected three new directors to its board.
- Linda McKinnish Bridges: Why I oppose asphalt plant July 5, 2020The Reverend Harold L. McKinnish, my Dad, was the designer and stonemason for the entrance sign to the community of Highland Hills, off the Spartanburg Highway, on Oak Grove Road.
- Q&A: Apple Ambassador eager to promote the industry July 5, 2020What made you want to be apple ambassador?
- Good job! Needs work ... July 4, 2020Good job! As we reported last week, the UNC Board of Governors appointed one of our own, Peter Hans, to lead the 17-campus UNC system.
- Jere Brittain: Sgt. Watkins was a WWII hero July 3, 2020A few months ago, I was introduced to the story of Staff Sgt. Robert Joseph Watkins by his daughter, Eileen Watkins-Navarro.
- Fireworks show set for tonight July 3, 2020Although most area cities have called off Independence Day fireworks displays this year, Henderson County is still hosting the annual pyrotechnic salute to America.
- Updated Coronavirus Information March 12, 2020Updated coronavirus information from state health officials. https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19-response-north-carolina Updated coronavirus information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html Updated coronavirus information from Johns Hopkins https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html
- First U.S. fatality in the Korean War July 21, 2010Near Sojong, South Korea, Private Kenneth Shadrick, a 19-year-old infantryman from Skin Fork, West Virginia, becomes the first American reported killed in the Korean War. Shadrick, a member of a bazooka squad, had just fired the weapon at a Soviet-made tank when he looked up to check his aim and ...
- World Health Organization declares SARS contained worldwide July 20, 2010On July 5, 2003, the World Health Organization (WHO) announces that all person-to-person transmission of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) has ceased. In the previous eight months, the disease had killed about 775 people in 29 countries and exposed the dangers of globalization in the ...