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Blue Ridge Early College
The Smoky Mountain Home Builders Association recently recognized students from each high school in Jackson and Haywood County that offer a trades or vocational program.
The Blue Ridge Early College soccer team’s season ended in the second round of the state 1A playoffs for the second year in a row on Nov. 8.
The Blue Ridge Early College soccer team opened the state playoffs with a win for the second year in a row on Saturday.
Lady Bobcats win conference
A pair of moves in the final minutes of Blue Ridge Early College’s soccer game against Highlands on Monday moved the Bobcats one step closer to the school’s first Smoky Mountain Conference Champion
Jackson County educators are reviewing the grades their schools received on the most recent round of North Carolina’s School Report Cards.
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.
A group of high profile musicians brought their talents to Cashiers last Saturday for the 11th annual Nashville Songwriters’ Round.
A group of high profile musicians will once again convene in Cashiers on Sept. 10 for the 11th annual Nashville Songwriters’ Round.
The first day of classes in Jackson County Public Schools is fast approaching, and already teachers and staff at Blue Ridge School and Blue Ridge Early College are making preparations for students’
The Jackson County budget for fiscal year 2016-17, which includes a tax increase to property owners, was approved by the county board of commissioners during a regularly scheduled meeting last Thur
Seventeen-year-old Alma Russ is a schooled fiddle player and singer who combines modern sass with a traditional soulful sound.
Monday night marked an occasion of congratulations to many.
A familiar foe knocked the Blue Ridge Early College baseball team out of the state 1-A playoffs on May 10 in the opening round.