Highlands saw more than 125 inches of rain in 2018, the most the area has seen since the Highlands Biological Station started keeping track of local rainfall in 1961 and 42 inches more than the yea
With the passing of 2018 and the arrival of 2019, much is expected from the promise the new year offers.
Anyone who wants to visit Dry Falls free of charge only has a few days left to see the popular waterfall in its high-water glory.
Tough times don’t punch a time clock.
They can come at any time and hit anyone regardless of the size of their pocketbook.
Every parent wants the best for their children.
In Highlands, a group of parents decided it was time to step up and do something about it.