Opportunities to celebrate local Special Olympians and veterans of past wars are coming up this spring. And with the arrival of warmer weather, the city of Asheville provides tips on securing garbage to promote peaceful coexistence with Western North Carolina’s burgeoning bear population.
Started in 2011, the Green River Spring Cleaning has grown every year, with ever more participants paddling in to cover the Lower Green and the Upper Green. “Our goal is to work the entire Green River, from Lake Summit to Lake Adger, about 30 miles,” Benedict says. “That’s a lot, but I believe we can do it.”
“This despicable proposal will absolutely result in the extinction of the red wolf in North Carolina and the greater Southeast.”
Local family has magic touch when it comes to catching record-breaking salmon in North Carolina.
The tiny northern flying squirrel has a new way to get around in the Unicoi Mountains along the North Carolina/Tennessee border — modified utility poles
That’s how we do it in North Carolina: A Wilkes County man landed a state-record catfish on his granddaughter’s Barbie Doll fishing pole.