Pamela Geouge took this picture of her Great
Pyrenees, who she says loves that kind of weather.
|This is Madison celebrating her 5th birthday. She is the daughter of JR and Jessica Buchanan. Her Mom and Dad are so proud of her.
MaryLee Yearick took this photo, showing ice in
the river, in downtown Spruce Pine on January 16th when it was 2 degrees!
Helen Hobson, age 91, of Bakersville
celebrating Christmas with family and friends. Helen taught school
for over 30 years.
Jackie Burleson making apple butter
December 27th using her granny's old apple butter making pot.
Snow and ice still
around on the creeks on January 18 when Kathy Garland took this picture near
her home in Glen Ayre.
Looks like a Christmas
card...but its a photo taken last week by Tim Barrier on Snow Creek.
Kathy Garland took this
photo at Carver's Gap, Roan Mountain.
A raindrop hangs on.....photo by
Linda Brown got this photo last fall at Pigeon Forge.
Lots of people from our area
enjoy going to see the
Elk at Cattaloochee. This photo was take by Tammy Loftis.
Sisters-in Bakersville Oct.
08 Carolyn, Kathy, Libby and Cindy enjoying the leaves. Photo by Kathy
This frisky kitten, Thor, posed for the
camera while climbing his favorite tree.
Pictured is Jeremy
Atkins while on vacation in Scotland and Ireland.
Troy Hartzog submitted this photo of
Shortoff Mountain taken from Old NC 105.
It has been a
golden harvest time for Jackie Burleson who has been busy stocking
all of her canned goods for winter. Photo by Kathy Garland
Roses with snow on
them at the WKYK/WTOE building.
Pictured are a few of the Mitchell High School students who attended the Sarah
Palin speech in Asheville on October 26th.
||Kathy Garland took this photo of
Libby Burleson, who now lives in Charlotte, NC. Libby came home to
Bakersville for a visit last week.
Kathy Garland submitted this beautiful photo of Pink Day
Kathy Garland submitted this photo of Glen Ayre standing the test of time.
The 4th Annual Bakersville Creekwalk
took place on Sept.20-21
Harold Self submitted this photo of a row of
an snow bushes in Verti Mae Cox’s yard in Little Switzerland.
Family-from Bakersville at Lake Watauga in Hampton, Tennessee.
Community College student Gemma Mottern is Mayland’s Student of the Month' for
September. Pictured from left to right are MCC’s SGA President Joe Baker, SGA
Public Affairs Officer Jason Hughes, Mottern, and SGA Treasurer Jody Owens.
The Carpentry II class
at Avery County High School, designed and constructed a child's gazebo named
Kennedy's Corner in memory of Kennedy Frye. The gazebo was placed at the
Phillips Gwaltney Child Care Center in Spruce Pine. Pictured seated are AHS
carpentry students Dustin Eggers and Ethan Vance. Pictured standing are Joe
Benfield, Shian Calloway, Josh Horney, Fred Shraeder, Austin Bell, Cody Laws,
Chandler Johnson, Jerry Stines, and Josh Hoilman.
Chad Trivette ran
almost 15 miles from Spruce Pine to Bakersville on his birthday,
Septmember 11th. Chad’s cause was to honor his mother,
Pam who has been diagnosed with cancer and to raise money to be used
locally in assisting cancer patients. Photo submitted by Kathy
Staff members and
visitors at the WKYK/WTOE building are enjoying the last blooms of
this coral colored rose.
Justin Gates of New York, took this
photo of Laura Phillips overlooking the Black Mountains.
Dean Ollis, who lives in Marion, took this scenic
waterfall picture at Crabtree Falls.
Recognizing her service to the community, Billie Ruth Sudduth
received the “Paul Harris Fellow’ award from the Rotary Foundation at her August
23rd reception celebrating her 25th anniversary of weaving
baskets. Pictured above: Ronnie Boone, President of the Rotary Club of
Spruce Pine, presenting the “Paul Harris Fellow” award to Billie Ruth. Denise
Cook, Director of TRAC is pictured as well. Photo taken by Doug Sudduth
Troy Hartzog took
this photo of the moon during midday on Sunday, August 24th
||Pictured above is little Anna Hicks all dressed up as a flower. Anna is the daughter of Jeff Hicks.
Denise Fogarty made this 4th of July themed outfit for a
contest hosted by a doll club. The outfit won the themed contest
and Denise received a “Xuxa” doll for her prize. The skirt is a
striped part of a flag and the top is the star part. The doll’s
mouth actually moves as she sings the National Anthem, “America” and
Garland of Bakersville is the owner of this handsome Boston
Terrier named Stich.
summer flowers add brilliant color and landscape to a home
Christopher Buchanan took this picture from Minpro looking back towards Bakersville.
Shown above are the winners of the "Relay-Idol" contest who performed at the Relay For Life Annual Fundraiser in Spruce Pine on July 11th.
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