Yearly Archives: 2010
Natalie and Chaz Quirk have recently taken jobs as interns at Mountain Farm, a local and organic lavender and goat farm.
Brad received full custody of his daughter after she was abused while in her mother’s care. Now he, with his friends at his side, faces the challenges of raising her in a town with limited opportunities.
Blacksmithing side-by-side for 59 years, Mike Hensley and his father, Bea, created world-renowned ironwork while forging a friendship and faith that is everlasting.
Norma McHale has built a faithful following as a cook at Hilltop Restaurant in downtown Burnsville, NC. Customers say her simple charm and traditional cuisine keep them coming back for seconds.
The connection between humans and horses is an old one, but there will always be someone new to discover it. Springmaid Mountain’s horses described by those closest to to them.
Bill and Shirley Young, owners of Young’s Mountain Music, have preserved local culture for over 16 years by providing a space for performance, dance, and community.
A haven for children from abusive households, the Stepping Stones program at Crossnore School prepares its students for the challenging transition to adulthood.
Skip Weiford announced his calling to become a pastor a year after finding Christ at the age of 43 . He shares his passion for Harleys and his love for the lord with the leather clad members of his congregation at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Bakersville, NC.
Home to “wonderfully quirky” nature lovers, artists and gardeners, Celo in Yancey County is one of the oldest intentional communities in the nation.
After 40 years of crafting chairs, Arval Woody passed the family business on to the next generation.