Archive for July 2009

UNCA Courses at the YMI Cultural Center

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‘Chere’ the Fun! Bele Chere 2009

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Civil Liberties Union Recognizes VanEman

Former chapter president Karen VanEman receives the Evan Mahaney Champion of Civil Liberties Award from board member Alan Robinson. By Moe White The Western North Read more »

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Disaster: What Should You Do?

M. Jerry VeHaun, Director of Emergency Services for Buncombe County. By Thomas Jankowski This question does not arise until the reaction is needed. We go Read more »

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South French Broad Class of 1969 – the End of a Valuable Heritage

by Johnnie Grant South French Broad’s class of ’69 inherited and continued Stephens-Lee High School’s proud legacy. The closing of Stephens-Lee and the redirection of Read more »

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Raleigh Solar Power Plant First of its Kind in NC

Staff Reports Progress Energy Carolinas has signed an agreement with Southern Energy and NxGen Power to build, own and operate a 1.3-megawatt solar photovoltaic (PV) Read more »

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Urgent Care to Open in Transylvania County

Staff Reports Tim Johnston, President and CEO of Sisters of Mercy Services Corporation, announced the opening of a new Urgent Care facility off Highway 64/276 Read more »

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Senior Spotlight: A Colorful and Creative Lady

Joyce Briscoe pauses for a moment while working in her flower garden. You can’t miss Joyce Hadden Briscoe’s apartment at Livingston Heights. By Cathy Holt Read more »

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If I Could Be Someone Else

Samuel Nimmons will be performing at the Asheville Community Theater, and UNC-A Lipinsky Auditorium. Photo Thomas Jankowski. Most of us have had times in our Read more »

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Michael Joseph Jackson: the “King of Pop” August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009

One of the few artists to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, his other achievements include multiple Guinness World Read more »

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