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23791
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The author discusses his experience as a new rock climber in Western North Carolina and surveys popular climbing destinations for tourists.
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Between 1935 and 1961, textile mill-sponsored baseball teams of the Western North Carolina Industrial League were considered sporting royalty in the mountains. The author explores the history of the popular teams and the legacy they left behind.
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The authors highlight three Western North Carolina philanthropists who traveled thousands of miles from home to help those in need.
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23794
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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.
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23795
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Waynesville in Haywood County, North Carolina enjoys a growing reputation as a mountain tourist destination.
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23793
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A small community radio station that is more than 20 years old is making a big noise in Spindale, North Carolina.
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