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

120 year old Cashiers Petroglyph
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2017/08 - August
The reasoning and technique behind the Cashiers Petroglyph are difficult to fathom.  more
25 Years of Carpe Diem
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2017/03 - March
A crazy dream and an unshakeable faith led to the formation of Carpe Diem Farms 25 years ago.  more
30 Years of Saving Lives
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2017/04 - April
Thanks to a dedicated army of supporters, volunteers and staff members, Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society has saved the lives of thousands of animals over the course of 30 years.  more
7th Annual Dahlia Fest
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2017/07 - July
The Highlands Historical Society spotlights the intricate beauty of local dahlias and the national recognition of The Prince House.  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 Beautiful Challenge
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2016/12 - December
There’s no respite in the level of care given to the animals of the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society, despite a winter’s pause in adoptions.  more
A Beautiful investment
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2017/08 - August
Escape from the stress and the congestion of the city.   more
A Bed of Your Dreams
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2017/07 - July
With Blue Ridge Bedding’s exciting expansion, owner Scott Grainger proves he isn’t taking things lying down.  more
A Classic Joe Webb Cabin
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2017/07 - July
This jewel of a Joe Webb heirloom is just an easy stroll from downtown Highlands.   more
A Comedy Tonight!
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2017/06 - June
Comedy tonight! Highlands Playhouse’s premiere 2017 offering, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” is a bawdy, irresistible farce – July 13-29. For tickets or more information, call (828) 526-2695.  more

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