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49 min ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company
Lt. Col. John Clinton Robbins Jr., U.S. Army ret., 82nd Airborne, passed away at his home June 26, 2014, after two years of failing health.
4 hrs ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company
Janie Sinacore-Jaberg, who has been at the helm of MedWest-Haywood since December 2012, will leave the community to continue working with Carolinas HealthCare System.
9 hrs ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company
The Waynesville Gallery Association is excited to present the August edition of Art After Dark, happening from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1, in downtown Waynesville.
The Haywood County Chamber of Commerce will begin a new year of monthly breakfast meetings - called Issues and Eggs - Aug. 6 with speaker Mayor Gavin Brown who will discuss the importance of community.
Carolyn Gratton collects a food box she ordered from Be One Bless One with help from co-founder Don Chamberlain.
Those conditions are not conducive to attracting new industry and growing existing businesses in Haywood County.
The Smoky Mountain Chapter of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association will meet at 12:00 noon, Saturday, July 26 2014 at the Terrace Hotel, Lake Junaluska.
Last year the town of Waynesville designated Aug. 23 as Love Lane Day in recognition of the prominence and historic significance of this street.
From left are Buddy Young, United Way board president; Sara Pacifici, pacesetter chair; Dianne Nichols, campaign chair; and Celesa Willett, United Way executive director.
In an effort to place more cats and kittens in loving homes, Sarge's Animal Rescue Foundation will subsidize the weekend adoption rates for cats and kittens at the Haywood County Animal Shelter, 245 Hemlock St., Waynesville.
The Good Samaritan Clinic of Haywood County is accepting new patients. The free clinic provides primary care to uninsured adults and patients with Medicaid.
Pictured are a sheriff's deputy and inmates, CCC board members, members of the Church of Latter Day Saints and volunteers.
Great family home in Brannon Forest Subdivision close to Maggie Valley/Waynesville.
After more than a year of waiting following a week-long trial last spring, the town of Canton has been named the victor once again in the legal battle for Camp Hope.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:16 pm
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