ASHEVILLE — As of 1 p.m. Friday, the entire 469-mile length of the Blue Ridge Parkway and adjoining park facilities were reopened, according to Parkway Public Affairs Officer Caitlin Worth.
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Rustling alongside the kaleidoscope of fall leaves on Appalachian State University’s campus will be pages authored by the creative writers taking part in Appalachian’s fall 2018 Hughlene Bostian Frank Visiting Writers Series.
When autumn rolls around and the leaves begin to change, the grape vines are only just beginning to produce the ripest grapes for wine in the High Country. Different from any vineyard in the country, the High Country wineries sit on top of mountains at high elevations, giving the end product…
Fall and the approaching winter have finally gotten my attention with a low temperature of 38 degrees on our back deck the second week of October. The leaves have hardly changed due to an extended period of cloudy/rainy and warm days. A storm front Oct. 10-11 dumped 9 inches of rain, causing…
Alma Faz lost her leg to bone cancer at the age of 19. But that didn't stop her from pursuing her goal of running again.