Food Pantry Benefits

A generous community and the Highlands Food and Wine Festival ensure The Food Pantry of Highlands makes it through the winter.

You Can Thank Ricky!

Rick Siegel’s tireless devotion to Highlands enriches the entire community.

Light, Magic & Wanda

A fortuitous moment, a discerning eye, and a really snazzy app give us our Winter Photo Contest Winner.

Lovin’ Our Locals

Local residents get their chance to revel in the luxuries of Old Edwards Inn and Spa through March.

Go Ahead. Wine Not?

Like a beacon in the snow, California’s Sonoma Wine Country is beckoning.

George Schmitt and Eric Fielding recently reopened a sawmill on Walkingstick Road.

 

Milling Around Highlands

The lumber industry has been a part of Highlands since before there was a Highlands.

Illustration by Norma Jean Zahner

Consult Your Personal Textpert

A little word magic makes 21st century life so much more bearable.

Food Pantry: What’s in Store?

The Food Pantry works to carry hungry neighbors through the lean months of winter.

Rotary and Haiti Partnership

The Rotary Club of Highlands lends a fin to the Haitian Fish Farm Project.

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Mary Abranyi is a local Realtor and the owner of Cashiers Valley Fusion where she is a yoga instructor (500 RYT) and doTERRA Essential Oils Wellness Consultant.

Kannie Frances Heaton

 

Articles Results

Panoramic Views
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2017/01 - Winter
The view from the top is complemented by this gorgeous home predicated on comfort.  more
90 Years of Reputable Research
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2017/01 - Winter
The Highlands Biological Station has unveiled an ambitious new project to showcase the wonderful natural resources found at the edge of Lindenwood Lake.  more
A Silver Celebration
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2017/01 - Winter
There’s plenty to celebrate at Carpe Diem Farms this year, thanks to a wise stable of horses and a creative, committed staff.  more
A Tough Winter Without You
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2017/01 - Winter
The precious animals at Friends for Life Forever Farm rely on a loving community even more in the winter months.  more
All the Best. All Year Long!
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2017/01 - Winter
Forget the winter doldrums, the Highlands PAC promises magnificent performances from New York, London, and Moscow.  more
Another Top 100
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2017/01 - Winter
In finding a favorite wine, timing and trust make all the difference.  more
Appalachian Ginseng
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2017/01 - Winter
Local ginseng is vanishing from the landscape because of its almost mythic qualities.  more
Audubon’s Winter Bird Count
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2017/01 - Winter
The Christmas Bird Count, a hemisphere-spanning tradition, provides a snapshot of the perils and promise facing our local avian flocks.  more
Carpenter Bee
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2017/01 - Winter
Carpenter bees are large, black and yellow bees frequently seen in spring hovering around the eaves of a house or the underside of a deck or porch rail.   more
Combating the Flu
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2017/01 - Winter
Dr. David P. Franklin, MD and Dr. Amy Russell of Mission Health Care offer pointers to survive the flu season.  more

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