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Axe & Awl Leatherworks Offers Homage to the Past with a Modern Twist

8.5.21 Courtney and Spencer Tetrault established Axe & Awl Leatherworks six years ago as an online business. Coming from two rewarding yet demanding careers, this required a leap of faith and a whole lot of grit. Now, they are taking another leap...

Karen and David Wade

Local Family Shares their Services with the Community through New Meat Processing Business

8.5.21 Karen and Darren Wade have spent their lives involved in agriculture. When they got married, their farm consisted of a few cows. Fast forward to now, and the self-proclaimed ‘gathering tribe’ have added quite a bit to their inventory,...

Haywood Community College to Host Local Author Kerry Garvin at Book Signing Event

8.3.21 Haywood Community College hosts local author Kerry Garvin at a book signing event Saturday, August 7 at 10 a.m. in the College Library. What Doesn’t Kill Her was co-edited by Garvin and Elisabeth Sharp McKetta. It is a compilation of 60...

Haywood Community College Hosts Boating Safety Courses

7.26.21 Haywood Community College’s Department of Arts, Sciences, and Natural Resources and the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission will offer a boating safety course August 18-19.

Free Tuition at Haywood Community College for New and Returning Students

7.22.21 Haywood Community College will offer free tuition for curriculum students for the 2021-2022 school year. Through a series of funding sources, including federal, state, and local funds, the College is in a position to remove as many financial...