By Jean Gordon Coming off a long, hot and busy summer — (Sept. 22 is the first official day of … Continue reading Volunteers make the world go ’round – we are all needed
By Scott Baughman A few issues back, I was waxing rhapsodic about my Electric Vehicle – a plucky 2016 Nissan … Continue reading Editorial…The other side of the plug with my E.V.
By Mayor Carol Pritchett, August 10, 2022 If you attended the recent Lake Lure Round Table Meetings in August, … Continue reading Message from the Mayor…Lake Lure Continues to Advance as Autumn Arrives…
By: Teri A. Coutu, Board President I know I’m not saying anything new, but I think it’s worth repeating – … Continue reading Your Chamber at Work…Volunteers Make Our Community Special
By Michael Lewis This is always a pretty time of the year. The leaves are starting to change colors. The … Continue reading Fishin’…Heading toward Autumn
By Woodward Rivers Whether you are someone who comes to the doctor each Tuesday to say “Hi” on your way … Continue reading A Doctor’s Tips for your Next Appointment
by Larry Czajkoski The Great Egret is by far the largest of our four egret species, with the longest neck, … Continue reading Birding…Great Egret
BY Randy Snyder Yes pickleball has grown into a game for the ages and played by all ages and genders! … Continue reading Pickleball – A Game For The Ages!
By Ned Kiser, special to the Breeze Through the foresight and generosity of the late mayor of Lake Lure, Kevin … Continue reading Hickory Nut Gorge Foundation Receives Largest Gift in Its History