Luther Turner

Volunteer Spotlight Luther Turner

Highlander Luther Turner isn’t just another pretty face. He’s tireless in his devotion to the community.
Back Row from Left to Right: Leslie Green-PT, Dawn Sanborn-PTA, Susan Kaminsky-RN, Angela Tyre-PT, Kim Sanders-Practice Specialist II, Michelle Wilson-PTA, Corinne Ramos-Practice Specialist I, Melissa Jenkins-PTA Front Row Left to Right: Jonathan Brown-PT, Marion Macy-PT-Rehab Manager, Deborah Brock-PT, Brittany Rickert-PT, Marcus Smith-Exercise Physiologist

Women’s Health Month

Women’s Health takes priority at Highlands-Cashiers Hospital.

Carrot Soup

This hearty Carrot Soup is the perfect complement to the sunny days and crisp nights of October.

 Illustration by Norma Jean Zahner

It’s All About the Chase

It turns out Archie Andrews is a font of information for the lovelorn.
JT on The Blue Ridge Parkway

Peter and JT

A deep and abiding friendship lies at the heart of a Big-Little match.
Photo by Max Renfro

Reaching High

At its core, the Highlands Chamber of Commerce is all about spreading the word.

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Almetta Picklesimer Brooks, who told the story of riding sheep for fun with her sister Irene Picklesimer James when they were children in the 1910s. Courtesy of the Highlands Historical Society.

Dr. Sue Aery

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Articles Results

Guilty Conscience
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2017/10 - October
The Highlands Cashiers Players’ “Guilty Conscience,” set for October 12 through 22, is an uninhibited look at the pitfalls and possibilities of murder most foul.  more
Hello, Helianthus
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2017/10 - October
There’s nothing shy or retiring about the regal sunflower.  more
Highlands NC History: Must Have Media
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2017/10 - October
Kids caught up in the Digital Age are being robbed of something fundamental.  more
Highlands Own Craft Show
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2017/10 - October
The creations of local crafters and artisans are on full display at the 35th Highlands Own Arts & Crafts Show, 9:00 A.M. Saturday, October 14,at the Highlands Civic Center.  more
Hometown Heroes
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2017/10 - October
Local Scouts are rallying the Highlands community for a wreath laying ceremony in honor of veterans at noon Saturday, December 16, at Highlands Memorial Park.  more
Hurricane Help
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2017/10 - October
The unquestioning generosity of Highlanders shines through for the people of Beaumont, Texas.  more
Inside and Out
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2017/10 - October
A fermentation workshop at Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library, set for Friday, October 20, explores delicious ways to stay healthy on the inside and outside.  more
It’s All About the Chase
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2017/10 - October
It turns out Archie Andrews is a font of information for the lovelorn.  more
Labels Matter
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2017/10 - October
Mountain Fresh Grocery employs a revelatory strategy for stocking its wine selection – taste testing.  more
Leaf Festival
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2017/10 - October
The centerpiece of Cashiers’ celebration of of Autumn is the Cashiers Valley Leaf Festival, October 6-8 at the Village Green.  more

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