With just their second full year of year-round competition partially completed, the Highlands Hurricanes are already making waves at competitive swimming events.
BRMS wins 1, loses 1
Twenty-one members of the Highlands Hurricanes swim team recently traveled to Murphy for a December invitational meet against four other teams from North Georgia and Western North Carolina.
The real estate market on the plateau showed signs of further improvement this year, as the industry continues to bounce back from a 2008 collapse that negatively affected many property owners and
Mission Health officials are on the hunt for a new head of Highlands-Cashiers Hospital, following former President and Chief Nursing Officer Jackie Ring’s resignation, which was effective last mont
Holding up a piece of plywood with his left hand, Kyle Pursel carefully uses his right to place the mannequin’s boot-covered foot on the rattlesnake hiding underneath.
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
Hikers will see improvements and altered routes on several beloved hiking trails in and around Cashiers this summer, as the Forest Service and trail groups finish up projects meant to enhance the o
Renovations to the Highlands-Cashiers Hospital emergency room got underway recently when members of the hospital’s board and Mission Health staff met to break ground on the project.
A family of bears investigate a dumpster on the plateau in late April at the Cullasaja Club. As bears make their way out of the woods this spring, many seek food in trash cans and dumpsters.
Cashiers’ favorite furry denizens are making their way back out of the woodwork after their annual winter dormancy, foraging for food and trash outside homes.