Poem by English professor is featured in Winston-Salem project

Poem by English professor is featured in Winston-Salem project North Carolina now features poets across the state, including those at Western Carolina University. Catherine Carter, associate professor of English, has been featured in a program called Poetry in Plain Sight that highlights poets throughout the state. Squash Vine, the poem by Carter, was inspired byContinue reading “Poem by English professor is featured in Winston-Salem project”

Memories Are Made and Relived at 1024 Georgia Rd

Memories Are Made and Relived at 1024 Georgia Rd Tyler Cook When a little girl steps onto the parking lot of 1024 Georgia Road, she is instantly mesmerized by the fun that she always has when coming here.  As they walk through the glass foyer, they are walking through 60 years worth of history; theyContinue reading “Memories Are Made and Relived at 1024 Georgia Rd”

A Local Writer’s New Story Depicting Mysteries in the Mountains

A Local Writer’s New Story Depicting Mysteries in the Mountains Tyler Cook Eva McCall, a local writer from Franklin, has enriched and gifted thousands of her readers with stories from the North Carolina Mountains, allowing a glimpse of her family’s history as well as combining fact with fiction.  Now 16 years after the release ofContinue reading “A Local Writer’s New Story Depicting Mysteries in the Mountains”

Scholars Complete another Year of Recycling at MMS

Scholars Complete another Year of Recycling at MMS Tyler Cook The New Century Scholars program has been known for taking on many tasks to receive community service hours and to show their commitment to their community.  But something that citizens might not know is that Macon Middle School Scholars are proving that they are theContinue reading “Scholars Complete another Year of Recycling at MMS”