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  1. Ali Casparian, founder of Bounty and Soul, demonstrates nutritional cooking at the weekly market held at St. James Episcopal Church. Photo by Barbara Hootman

    HUNGER FIGHTERS

    Bounty and Soul, a local non-profit organization run by volunteers, strives to help create healthier communities by providing fresh, healthy food, nutritional literacy, and health and wellness resources to those that need a fresh food supply.

    • Aug. 26, 2014
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    Successful summer for Second Loaf

    With the busy season winding down at the Montreat Conference Center, the final collection for the popular Second Loaf program has already taken place.

    • Aug. 26, 2014
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    Home occupation amendment passed by planning board

    At Monday night's Black Mountain Planning Board meeting, members sought to reach a consensus regarding the proposed amendment to the home occupations section of the land use code.

    • Aug. 26, 2014
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    Kaylea (left), Doug, and Jenny Bowman stand on the front porch of the Red Rocker Inn. The inn will be the subject of an upcoming episode of 'North Carolina Weekend' on local PBS channel UNC-TV. Photo by Fred McCormick

    Red Rocker featured on UNC-TV

    Black Mountain's Red Rocker Inn will be the subject of an upcoming episode of 'North Carolina Weekend' on local PBS channel UNC-TV. The show, which is scheduled to air on Thursday, August 28, at 9 p.m.

    • Aug. 26, 2014
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    Mamie Hilliard Photo By Shelly Frome

    The Call of the Valley: MAMIE HILLIARD

    Nestled deep in the southern reaches of Black Mountain with the Blue Ridge Parkway hovering in the far distance, Mamie Hilliard finds herself sheltered by her beloved log cabin and embraced by the peace of the natural world.

    • Aug. 26, 2014
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    (left) Libba Tracy and (right) Mary Soyenova combine their talents to produce the mural on the outside wall of the Black Mountain Center for the Arts. Photos by Megan Bannerman

    Mural kicks off Bring Back the Monarchs campaign

    Artist Libba Tracy and sign-making artist Mary Soyenova combined talents to produce the monarch butterfly mural on an outside wall of Black Mountain Center for the Arts.

    • Aug. 26, 2014
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    Shift into the power of gratitude

    The power of gratitude is so well known, 24 million pages pop up when 'the power of gratitude' is typed into a search engine. Do any of the experts on these pages understand the real power of gratitude?

    • Aug. 26, 2014
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    Bullerdick

    Obituaries

    Howard J. Bullerdick, 86, of Black Mountain, passed away Thursday, August 21, 2014.

    • Aug. 26, 2014
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    Letters to the Editor

    In her letter to the editor in your edition for the week of August 21 - 27, Anne Seaman expresses concerns about the impact on Black Mountain residents of relocating the Montreat Town Hall from its current location just outside the Montreat Gate.

    • Aug. 27, 2014
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    A postcard of 'In-the-Oaks,' the 24,000 square foot Black Mountain home built in the early 1920s for Franklin Silas Terry, the first vice-president of General Electric, and his wife, Lillian Estelle Slocomb Emerson. The Swannanoa Valley Museum and Montreat College are hosting historic tours of the home on Friday and Saturday evenings, October 24 and 25. For more information about the tours, contact the Museum at 669-9566 or by email at info@swannanoavalleymuseum.org. Photo Provided by the Swannanoa Valley Museum

    This Week

    Seeking local artists to show their work at an outdoor event in Black Mountain on September 20 from noon - 6 p.m. Artists can 'show and tell' about their work.

    • Aug. 26, 2014
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    Dale Medlock makes a stop while visiting outside of Panama City at a roadside vegetable and fruit stand to shop. It was time to bargain in Spanish. Photo provided by JoAnn Lazaro

    Dreams in America, fulfilled in Central America

    Recently, local couples Tony and JoAnn Lazaro and Dale and Cindy Medlock spent two weeks in Panama fulfilling dreams of a Central America vacation.

    • Aug. 25, 2014

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