25th Annual Leaf Lookers GEMBOREE :: Friday, October 17 - Sunday, October 19 at the Macon County Community Building

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Marty Jones, Western Carolina University graduate, a resident of Cashiers and presently the owner/broker of RE/MAX Summit Properties, has filed as a candidate for the District 4 County Commission seat currently held by Mark Jones. District 4 encompasses South Jackson County including the Cashiers, Glenville, River, Canada and Caney Fork precincts. Upon filing Marty Jones stated at recent GOP meetings that he is running as a conservative alternate to Democrat Mark Jones.

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In anticipation of inevitable funding cuts to public education next school year, the Macon County Board of Education strategized during a work session on how to prepare for the 2012/13 budget.

During Tuesday morning’s meeting, members of the Board of Education discussed the anticipated budget for next year and entertained conversation about areas that could be cut to make up for a reduction in state and federal funds.

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On Friday March 16 from 12 noon to 2:50 p.m, students at Mountain View will participate in a unique wildlife outreach program provided by Wild South.

The headline feature at noon, for all the students, will be Rob Gudger and his four “live” wolves. Gudger is an outstanding expert on wolf behavior and will explain why wolves are our most misunderstood wildlife in the animal kingdom. Students will have the opportunity to get up close to these magnificent creatures that are no longer found in the wilds of North Carolina and many other states in the eastern United States.

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Despite the recent cold streak, Western North Carolina has experienced a warm winter – especially during the months of January and February. Franklin’s Greenway has seen an unusual amount of walkers, runners, and bikers of late. One would think that spring has arrived early. With last Friday night’s severe weather thrown in the mix, this winter has been nothing but bizarre for Western North Carolina and the people of Macon County.

Two tornando warnings were issued in Franklin last Friday night, March 2. Along with the high winds, severe lightning and golf ball sized hail nailed Macon County too.

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