Archive for December 2009

2009: The Year in Review

by Moe White  The start of 2009 truly marked the dawn of a new era, though in reality that era began not on January 1st Read more »

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Farewell to an Outstanding Citizen: Dr. Carl Mumpwer

Carl Mumpower lost his seat on the City Council after serving two terms. by Moe white Dr. Mumpower was sometimes called “Dr. No” by those Read more »

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Jacquelyn Hallum Receives 2009 Dr. Charles Blair Building Bridges Award

On Tuesday, November 10, 2009 Fred Simms of Building Bridges presented Jacquelyn Hallum with the 2009 Dr. Charles Blair Building Bridges Award.  Photo: Courtesy of Read more »

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Come and Discover Your Memories with ‘Juke Joint!’

It was a time when gin was sold in Dixie cups for fifty cents a shot. Pickled Pigs Feet, Moon Pies, and peanuts dumped in Read more »

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Songs, Movies & Moments – A Look at Entertainment

The CMA’s New Artist of the Year, Darius Rucker. By Maya Carpenter We are nearing the end of the year, and there’s no better way Read more »

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WNC Aids Project, December, 2009

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Have a Happy Recessionary Holiday!

Johnnie Grant – Holiday Shopper Extraordinaire (in recovery!) By Johnnie Grant This is the time of year people go over the top. In a faltering Read more »

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Boys & Girls Club Of Henderson County Still Growing Strong

Kevin Lauritsen, Executive Director – Boys & Girls Club of Hendersonville, NC. Photo: Wallace Bohanan By Wallace Bohanan During its sixteen years in Henderson County, Read more »

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New City Christian School: Working Hard to Close the Gap for Black Children

(L-R) Logan Glover, Kyree Tucker, and Tyrece Thompson during a New City School Assembly.  Photo: New City Schools Staff Reports  He is more likely to eventually Read more »

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For many the holidays can be our busiest time of the year.

by Leah McGrath, RD, LDN Corporate Dietitian – Ingles Supermarkets From church events and office parties, to gatherings of friends and families; our days and Read more »

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