Archive for November 2009

November, 2009

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Piecing Lives Back Together

Paula Blakely (center), a resident of the 21 Building, is helped by her mother Becky Hayes (right), and other friends to retrieve what is left of Read more »

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Disaster Relief: City Officials Get Involved

Gene Bell (left), Asheville Housing Authority Executive Director, and Mayor Terry Bellamy talk with Asheville Fire fighters about the Hillcrest Apartment explosion.  Photo: Connie Proctor Read more »

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Progress Energy Launches Neighborhood Energy Savers at Pisgah View

Pictured (L-R): John Smith, Western Regional VP for Progress-Carolinas, Martha Thompson, Progress Energy Community Relations Manager, Lloyd Yates, and Gene Bell, Executive Director of the Read more »

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Home Cooking is a Hit in Hendersonville

Doris Suber-Young and her brother Rev. David Suber are the owners of Daddy D’s Soul Food and Country Cooking Restaurant.  Photo: Wallace Bohanan by Wallace Read more »

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Randolph Learning Center Students Take Trip to Clemson University

Community members, as well as students enjoy a visit to Clemson University in South Carolina. Pictured (L-R): Dr. Gordon Grant, Principal RLC, Jordan, Travis, Moncravius, Ja’Quise, Read more »

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Angel Care Health and Education – You Can Do It!

Student Lindsay Maurey (in yellow gown), demonstrates the procedure for dressing out in (PPE’s) Personal Protection Equipment.  Observing are (L-R): Romela Goodwin BSRN Instuctor (white Read more »

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UNC Asheville Courses at YMI Cultural Center

Staff reports The YMI Cultural Center will host three courses during the winter and spring of 2010. All classes will meet Tuesdays, from 5 p.m. Read more »

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Dancing with the Devil

by Michael Hopping Paying with plastic has become the American way.  In good economic times most people were able to deal with high credit-card interest Read more »

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What Makes for “Good” Religion?

  Reverend James S. Abbott, pastor. By Reverend James S. Abbott Religion is a dangerous thing. (That should get your attention! Not exactly something you’d Read more »

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