Lex Hooper, Wade Hamilton, Samson Jones Candler Edwards and Drey Keener (from left) handle some weaponry, which was part of the Civil War unit at Robbinsville High School on Monday. Photos by Art Miller/amiller@grahamstar.com

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Robbinsville – The Civil War came alive Monday inside the Robbinsville High School auditorium, as re-enactors Austin Walls, Carol Hensley and Annette Hensley shared both their knowledge and extensive collection of artifacts with students and…

Soaring from brink of extinction

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The most majestic of birds, the symbol of our nation, the most sacred bird in Cherokee culture – crouched by the side of the highway, choking down hunks of roadkill opossum – has prompted Graham Co

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Robbinsville – The Civil War came alive Monday inside the Robbinsville High School auditorium, as re-enactors Austin Walls, Carol Hensley and Annette Hensley shared both their know

Soaring from brink of extinction

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The most majestic of birds, the symbol of our nation, the most sacred bird in Cherokee culture – crouched by the side of the highway, choking down hunks of roadkill opossum – has prompted Graham Co

Knights run over Cullowhee Valley

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Robbinsville – As Robbinsville Middle School’s basketball program enter the final week of the regular season, both teams are in a prime position for a top seed in the championship

Randall H. Atwell, 70, of the Stecoah Community of Robbinsville, N.C. passed away, Monday, Jan. 6, 2020 at Mission Hospital in Asheville, N.C.

Daniel L. Howe, 88, of Robbinsville, N.C., passed away on Monday, Jan. 6, 2020, at his home.

Annette Millican Orr, 87, of Robbinsville, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020, at Harris Regional Hospital in Sylva, N.C.