The Western Carolina University board of trustees and incoming chancellor’s visit to the Highlands Biological Station on Thursday, June 6 was historic.
A recent letter-to-the editor raised questions about our water and sewer department policies and pending rate increase. The writer implied that I didn’t create an accurate picture of the rate incr
On Monday night, Highlands Town Manager Josh Ward and Fire Chief Ryan Gearhart stood before the Macon County Board of Commissioners to make their case for a two-cent fire tax increase for the Highl
I want to thank American Legion Post 370 for the moving Memorial Day ceremony this past Monday at the Veteran’s Memorial Park.
Graduating from high school is a rite of passage for American teens who have spent 13 years learning the ins and outs of reading, writing and arithmetic.