Blue Ridge Early College’s varsity fall sports teams are off to a strong start this season, as the volleyball and soccer teams both set their sights on the playoffs this year.
The camouflage clothes came out of the closet last weekend for deer hunters across Western North Carolina as archery season opened.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s Youth Deer Hunting Day returns for its second year on Saturday, Sept. 24.
Kids are invited to visit their Grandfather this weekend.
The seventh annual Cullowhee Canoe Slalom, a family friendly paddling competition on a calm section of the Tuckaseigee River near the Western Carolina University campus, will be held on Saturday mo
The Highlands Hurricanes recently commemorated a successful season and presented awards to its top players.
The Boys and Girls Club of the Plateau has been partnering with Girls on the Run of WNC since spring 2015 to provide girls in the Cashiers area an opportunity to participate in Girls on the Run, a
Again led by Chase Kenter, Conner Hughes and Vivi Geren, the Highlands Hurricanes brought home two trophies, 12 medals (six of them gold) and 21 ribbons from the recently held Mountain Swim League
Led by Chase Kenter, Vivi Geren and Conner Hughes, the Highlands Hurricanes brought home 16 medals from the recently held Mountain Swim League Conference Championship Meet.
The summer Highlands Hurricanes Swim Team finished its regular season at home on July 14 with a loss to the perennial Mountain Swim League summer champions FAST (Franklin Amateur Swim Team) at the
When Western Carolina University alumnus Greg Boothroyd of Haywood County issued a call for donations of soccer equipment for an upcoming church mission trip to Jamaica, the women’s soccer program
The second annual Cashiers Valley Croquet Tournament, which benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters, was held on June 21 simultaneously at Cedar Creek Racquet Club and Country Club of Sapphire Valley.
In a team effort on June 16, the Highlands Hurricane Swim Team took down Jackson County’s Swim Team 433 to 368 in Sylva.
When Mark Zachary hung up his cross-country motorcycle racing gear in 2000, he thought he was done with the sport for good.
For many parents, the prospect of bringing the whole family out for a round of golf might sound daunting.