Bobcats Stalking Prey In Hendersonville, NC

by: Luke Wherry • 06/05/2020

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Notable Men of Henderson County: George Mills

by: Dan Gibbs • 05/27/2020

By: Dan Gibbs The story of George Mills is one of the more fascinating story’s to come out of Henderson County during the Civil War. It is a story of friendship, loyalty, and devotion that transcended the social structures that were in place in pre-war United States at the time. George Mills was born into […]

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Hooker Falls In DuPont State Forest

by: Mandy Henderly • 05/27/2020

Now that attractions are beginning to slowly reopen, families are beginning to think about hitting the trails once again. While we all still want to stay safe, the great outdoors is beckoning. Thankfully, DuPont State Forest offers many trails that are both family friendly and realistic for social distancing, so that we can all enjoy […]

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Great Smoky Mountains Again Named Top National Park In US

by: Luke Wherry • 05/06/2020

Rocky Top still remains home, sweet home for tourists in the United States. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park again was named the top national park by the National Park Service, WZTV reported. The park, which is a subrange of the Appalachian Mountains and straddles eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina, attracted 12.5 million visitors […]

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Notable Men of Henderson County: Charles de Choiseul Part II

by: Dan Gibbs • 04/30/2020

By: Dan Gibbs January 1861 was an important month in the life of former Flat Rock resident and naturalized American citizen Charles de Choiseul. He had joined the New Orleans militia in 1857 and early in January 1861, he passed out ammunition to volunteers and helped Louisiana seize control of the Union arsenal at Baton […]

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Notable Men of Henderson County: Charles de Choiseul Part I

by: Dan Gibbs • 04/29/2020

By: Dan Gibbs Charles de Choiseul’s time in Henderson County was short but he had a major impact on the area and was returned to his final resting place at St. John’s in the Wilderness church, a Civil War hero.  He was born in France around 1818 to Xavier comte de Choiseul and Sarah Johnes. […]

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