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HistPhotos5SoldierCorns RS
January 24, 2015, No comments

By Pete Zamplas- People can literally take a closer look at history these days thanks to close-up capability, in weekly slideshow presentations of historical local Baker-Barber photographs. The indefinite-lasting series […]

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Bill Exempts Student Workers From Obamacare’s Mandate

January 18, 2015, No comments

Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) introduced the Student Worker Exemption Act, H.R. 210, which would exempt student workers from the Employer Mandate under the ...


Ann McDonald reflects on growing up in Mills River during the Depression

January 18, 2015, No comments

By Pete Zamplas- Ann Hayes McDonald is “living history,” providing insights into a simple yet value-enriched local life in Mills River, toughing o ...


Dempsey display adds punch to Laurel Park exhibit

January 12, 2015, No comments

By Pete Zamplas- The new year is time for reflection, including a special historic Henderson County Heritage Museum exhibit on Laurel Park that featur ...

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    Another chapter ends as 2015 begins
    December 31, 2014, No comments

    Thom Tillis is N.C.’s new senator. He unseated Sen. Kay Hagan, as the GOP seized the U.S. Senate 54-46. Tillis is shown campaigning in Hendersonville. GOP election triumph, North Korean […]

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    The Christmas Crèche
    December 24, 2014, No comments

    (Part 1 of 2) One of the most beautiful Christmas traditions is setting up a crèche during the Advent season. A crèche is a model of the scene at the […]