Habitat for Humanity Spring Bloom & Build Festival :: Saturday, April 18 from 2-7pm :: click here for more info!

Click for Franklin, North Carolina Forecast

News General

Students at Mountain View Intermediate spent last Monday planting trees around the campus as part of a nature lesson on the changing seasons.

By Tuesday morning, all six of the trees planted by the students the previous day had been dug up and stolen.

The trees, which included crabapple and weeping cherry trees, were estimated to total about $500. This is the second time that trees have been removed from the school, the first incident occurred over the Thanksgiving break.

Read more...

The Franklin High School Class of 1979 is establishing a scholarship fund in memory of Amy Roper Darnell who passed away on Feb 10, 2012. The fund will benefit a deserving student of FHS’s music or band department. Contributions to this fund are welcome from anyone with a desire to support Amy’s love of the musical art’s and FHS. Your contribution will help insure that the memory of Amy’s great passion will continue to live in a very practical and loving way.

 

Read more...

Town, county officials issue twin proclamations to welcome David O. Belcher

Officials from the town of Sylva and Jackson County government issued twin proclamations welcoming David O. Belcher as chancellor of Western Carolina University as activities marking his installation as the university’s new leader hit high gear Monday, March 26.

The proclamations by Maurice Moody, mayor of Sylva, and Jack Debnam, chairman of the Jackson County Board of Commissioners, capped a busy Monday of installation-related events that began with a midday performance at WCU by the Catamount Singers and Electric Soul, followed by a dancing flash mob boogying across the Central Plaza as the water fountain affectionately known as the “Cata-Fount” was turned back on for the season.

Read more...

The Macon County precincts of Smith Bridge and Flats met to organize and energize democratic and independent voters over breakfast on Saturday.  Guest speakers included candidate for the 50th Senate District, John Snow, and John deVille, vice-president of the Macon County chapter of the North Carolina Association of Educators.

Senate hopeful John Snow discussed that he believes incumbent Jim Davis isn’t working for the people of Western North Carolina.  Snow highlighted how he was an independent-minded advocate for WNC, while Davis was towing the party-line, whether it was to benefit WNC or not.

Read more...

Page 173 of 297

173

Notices:


Weekly updates in progress...

The Macon County News
publishes every thursday!

Get your copy
on newsstands
today!

Macon County News is now on:
Find the Macon County News on Facebook! and Find the Macon County News on twitter!
Facebook   Twitter