Photo Archives 6

Drs. Carl and Carolyn Diemer show copies of their book, "What The Bible Teaches About Life and Death". They were recently in the area on a book-signing tour.

This "little" puppy belongs to Whitney Mitchell. She's a Great Dane and at 5 months old she weighs in at 75 lbs.


The Artrain has arrived in Spruce Pine! It is open to the public  through Sunday. The Artrain is a national exhibit that is traveling throughout the nation. It is featuring Native American artists. The Toe River Arts Council is sponsoring the Artrain and admission is free. Pictured above is the Artrain parked on Lower Street in Spruce Pine. Photo by Mary Marsh. The Artrain consists of three galleries onboard custom-renovated 1940s vintage railcars.  For pictures of some of the featured artwork, click here.

John and Scottie Wellborn, are two of the many people who toured the Artrain while it was in Spruce Pine this past week. They are pictured in the Gift Shop part of the train. Photo by Mary Marsh.

Joey, Yvette and their four offspring.  Yvette lives in Clinton, SC but as you can tell Joey, a Bichon Frise visits regularly.

Clint and Cassie Jarrett with their new baby girl, Jena. Officially it's Jenaca Ashlyn Jarrett. She was born March 31st and weighed 6 lb, 10oz.

Looking out from the Big Lynn Lodge on the morning of 4/14. Fog laying
in the valley looks like a lake.  Photo by Mary Marsh

Saturday night, April 16th before the big Hospice of Mitchell County show, Elvis impersonator Mike Helms, Marsha' Gardner, Afternoon Delight owner Darlene McVickers and WTOE's Morning Man Steve Murphy, who emceed the show, gathered for a reception at Afternoon Delight Restaurant. The show, which was held at the Pinebridge Coliseum, raised funds for Hospice. Photo by Jim Hite.

Lots of trees are in bloom right now. This beautiful cherry tree is located at the Skyline Village Inn and Restaurant near Spruce Pine. Photo by Mary Marsh.

Sugar and Miss Priss enjoy some "playtime". Peggy Bailey assures us that it's all play, they are the best of friends.

This picture looks like it should be in a magazine. It was taken by Linda Brown of her cat Smokie.

Mitchell County Commissioner Mike Hensley looks on as US Congressman Patrick McHenry speaks during a recent visit to Mitchell County.

This picture of  downtown Spruce Pine was taken early one morning last week.

There is a  new show at the Penland Gallery. This is one of the exhibits. The show runs through June 5th.

Not sure whether this cat is going to the birdhouse or the koi fish pond--either way it makes for a fun-filled afternoon.

Looks kind of strange now with all our warm weather and the flowers blooming, but this was taken only a few short weeks ago by Benny Young in the Linville area.

Mayland Community College dean of the Basic Skills Program and MAYread board member Louise Hembree presents Roberta Samel of the Yancey County Literacy Council with a check for $200 to help promote literacy.

These two sisters play for the Asheviile Assault pro womens football team. They are from Spruce Pine. Sandra Stewart Buchanan (83) and Renee Stewart Cantrell(84). Photo by Randy ward.

Tulips and azaleas, it's that time of year. Photo by R. Dale.

Muffy Taylor shows off her condo by standing in it. Muffy shares her condo with a bear (on top) but doesn't mind, because he doesn't eat much!

Renee Featherstone will speak at Mayland's GED graduation on May 13 , 2005.

These deer were caught grazing by Sandra Matheny.

Ken Waldroup took these two pictures of the hail storm that hit in Mitchell County on Tuesday, May 10th.

Another view of the hail piled up on the Waldroup's porch.

Karen Yoder received this beautiful surprise for Mother's Day, from her son in Hondorus.

Is it a yowl or a yawn? This cat was caught in action by Mike Bennett.

This picture of Dellinger's Mill was taken by Harvey Yoder.

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