As the fourth week of classes began for Western Carolina University students, many Husk residents were blindsided Sept. 8 by early morning flooding of their apartments. The Husk is an apartment complex mostly for WCU students off Little Savannah Road in Cullowhee.
A state law allows campaign signs to legally be placed in the right of way of state roads as early as 30 days before the start of early voting. Signs could legally be placed beginning Sept. 15.
Western Carolina’s first athletic competition amid the COVID-19 pandemic will start Sunday when the men’s golf team travels to Ooltewah, Tennessee.
Brigham Waginger, a former Western Carolina men’s basketball player and an assistant under two Catamount head coaches, enters a new position this fall in WCU’s Athletics Department.
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Letters to the Editor
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Black lives matter to all of us
Honor those who helped build county
Let’s bend that trail toward Jackson
Let’s strive for unity and wholeness
Having a heritage is a privilege in itself
The ratchet of freedom
Thoughts on a shared human experience
The problem is people’s hearts