First-time Cashiers Valley Leaf Festival vendor Rebekah Joy Brown of Franklin, left, shows off her hand-carved emu eggs Sunday to Festival Event Coordinator Laura Schiele of Cashiers. She also had carved duck, goose and ostrich eggs for sale. (Photo by Don Richeson.)
Representatives from the 25 organizations granted funds by the Highlands-Cashiers Health Foundation gather for a group photo Oct. 9 following the grant reception at Wildcat Cliffs Country Club. (Photo by Ryan Hanchett.)
Road signage warns motorists of the pending closure of Sapphire Post Office Road so that NC DOT crews can complete replacement of the bridge. (Photo by Dan Brown.)
Cashiers reps, including, from left, Ken Fernandez, Kim Ubertino, Stephanie Edwards, Glenn Ubertino and Mike Benitez, traveled “down the mountain” to attend the Oct. 8 Tuckaseigee Water and Sewer Authority  meeting. They had expected to hear an update on southern Jackson County’s Horsepasture River wastewater treatment plant, but went away disappointed -- the update didn’t happen, due to a no-show by engineers. (Photo by Dan Brown.)
At left is how what later become a girls’ playhouse looked before Gabi and Danny Dalnekoff transformed the old Smallwood Avenue backyard storage shed into something amazing and beautiful. At right is how it now looks. A bridge now connects it to the Dalnekoffs’ home’s rear deck. (Contributed / Photo by Don Richeson.)
Glenville-based artist Elyse King shows off her beautiful wildlife paintings at the 2018 Cashiers Valley Leaf Festival. King, who also operates Glenville’s King Cuts, captures wonderful images of bears, cardinals and even the area’s famed white squirrels. (Photo by Don Richeson.)


Gerald Hugh Johnson passed away

David Van Dyke Burchfield, born on May 15, 1934 in Cleveland, Ohio, passed away on Sept.

Richard C. (Dick) Rust died Monday, Sept. 23, 2019.

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Cashiers, NC 28717
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