BLOWING ROCK -- High Country temperatures are beginning to cool, but not the busy summer real estate season. In August, local Realtor activity hit a high for the year, surpassing 200 transactions for the second straight month.
BOONE – Southern Appalachian Historical Association is proud to announce its lineup of artists for the seventh annual Boone Heritage Festival, slated for Sunday, Oct. 8.
LINVILLE — Eyes will be looking to the skies again this September, and not for another solar eclipse. Instead, they’ll be focused on the thousands of raptors that will be migrating over the mountains and heading south – toward their wintering grounds.
BLOWING ROCK – Holding a bike ride in the middle of September in the High Country can be a gamble, especially where the weather is concerned.
Garden long enough and you’ll likely begin to attribute human traits to your garden plants.
“As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us.” (Psalm 103:12)
Editor’s note: The following is a chapter from the manuscript titled “Ole Mean Carrie Buck,” written by Thomas Buxton of Columbia, S.C. The manuscript is based on interviews with his mother, Carrie Miller Buxton, about her life in Blowing Rock in the middle of the 20th century.