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Webster Enterprises Inc is a not-for-profit organization operating in Sylva, N.C. The company currently serves Jackson, Macon and Swain counties, and is designated to assist persons with disabilities and disadvantages find success in the working world.

Recently, Webster Enterprises was given a generous grant in the amount of $37,500 from the Evergreen Foundation. In addition to renovating the facility’s existing workspace, Webster will also use this money to repair and replace its non-working HVAC units and non-working handicapped door openers.

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Fatz Cafe has partnered with many organizations through its Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser program, raising $477,748 in 2010 to benefit local communities in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia. Groups big and small, ranging from local schools, churches and non-profits, have participated in the Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser program. The program goal is to lend a helping hand and great food to bring neighbors together and enrich communities across the Southeast.

Early on Saturday mornings, Operating Partners and Fatz Cafe employees open their restaurant hours before their scheduled shift to flip pancakes with volunteers from various local organizations, transforming Fatz Cafe into a hot spot for hotcakes.

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On Jan. 19, Macon County Sheriff Robert Holland, along with a few of his deputies, paid a visit to local businesses and issued them written requests asking them to voluntarily stop selling “herbal incense” products.

The controversial “incense” has gained national attention in recent months as a popular smokable product. The hazy craze is reportedly due to the fact that the effects of smoking incense are similar to those of marijuana.

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Few endorse NCDOT’s $13 million ‘preferred alternative’

A wide range of opinions was still on display Tuesday at the NCDOT's public hearing on improvements to Needmore Road, but few spoke out in support of the preferred alternative which the Department of Transportation has been pushing since the first public hearing held in September in Swain County.

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