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Madison, Yancey, and Mitchell counties deal with growth and consequences as a result of increased development to make a large swath of Western North Carolina more accessible.
Lisbeth and Don Cooper founded CooperRiis in Polk County, a holistic community-based approach to treatment, as an alternative to the mainstream mental health system.
Glenis Redmond is a poet both on stage and in print. Her poems express her experiences growing up as a black woman in the South.
Craig Tarler is the owner and operator of Cornell and Diehl, Inc., a pipe tobacco manufacturing shop in Morganton. It is believed to be the largest pipe tobacco manufacturing shop in North Carolina.
Google's new data center in the old furniture town of Lenoir, North Carolina brought jobs and an economic boost to a flailing local economy. Clarke examines the history of the data facility and its importance for the future of the area.
This article present various species of plants and animals that are endangered in Western North Carolina as a result of climate change, loss of habitat, and other human factors.