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Arthritis is more than a disease for the elderly. Ask Hayley Eaton. The 22 year old University of Oklahoma student looks like any other student you might see around campus. She even has a new passion for running, competing in events as long as half-marathons. And the battle she has had with arthritis since she was a toddler is like a marathon of its own. "You kind of want to deny it right at first. You don't want to admit you have a disability of
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just tried to get me to take control of my medication right away." While she was a child, her parents, her parents took her to a couple of summer camps for children with her condition. "It was really cool, at the time we could talk about it, but we didn't have to," she said. "Or we could talk about things, compare medications, things like that. It was really eyeopening. It really helps you see what other people are going through." Another Challenge 6(((;$03/(213$*( $
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better economic times. Over the weekend, Mickey Duvall, who currently serves as the Senior Director for Economic Development for the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians, accepted a two-year contract (at a $60,000 a year salary) offered by the county commissioners to serve as County Manager. SUBMITTED PHOTO He will begin full0LFNH\'XYDOOQHZFRXQW\PDQDJHUtime employment in +H ZLOO EH WUDQVLWLRQLQJ RQ WKH MREhis new job effective SUBMITTED PHOTO SDUWWLPHWKLVZHHN June 1, 2010. In the &RQJUHVVPDQ 6KXOHU VWRSV IRU D SKRWR ZLWK OU &DURO %\)UDQN%UDGOH\ meantime, he will 'RXJODV 9ROXQWHHU &RRUGLQDWRU DQG YROXQWHHUV -DQHW Sentinel writer work part-time (two half-days With Graham County hav- a week) with the county until 3DSNHDQG0DULH7UHDGZD\ ing the stateâ€™s highest unem- he serves out his resignation In a recent visit to Harris Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop. ployment rate for the past sev- notice with the tribe. Duvall Regional Hospital to announce The HRH Auxiliary Thrift Shop appropriations funding for the GRQDWHGWRGLJLWDOPDP- eral months, its commissioners said he is able to do this by takhave chosen a capable and ing earned vacation time. new digital mammography sys- mography. experienced public administra- Duvall will be filling an open tem, Congressman Heath Shuler 6((92/817((5621 tor to help guide the county to county position recently vacatalso recognized and praised the 3$*($ work of the Harris Regional
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ents to the doctor and blood work determined she had developed juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. The swelling would spread beyond her knees to her toes and fingers, leading to a diagnosis of a different strain of the disease, polyarticular rheumatoid arthritis. By any name, it was a lot for a youngster to deal with. "It's hard when you're a little kid. You don't understand what's going on, why your body isn't doing what you think it should do," she said. "You just kind of have to grow up really quick. My parents and doctors
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any kind," she said. "People hear of arthritis and they think of an 80-year-old woman." The beginning: There were no signs at first. Eaton had started walking at 11 months old without incident. That all changed in a hurry about seven months later, when one morning she awoke to great pain. "I crawled down the hallway from my room, dragging my legs behind me, only using my arms, crying in pain," she said. Her left knee was red and had swollen to nearly twice its normal size. A trip with her par-
ters and I was living in TN. John came in from the mountains and found out where I lived and came to see me and my wife and daughters. My wife fed John a good meal. We lived at the same location 2 years. John came regular to ask for food as long as we lived there up until we had prayed for salvation in God. John would answer "Yes I believe in and believe there is a God, a Hell and a Heaven but the way I've been treated by people has ruined my life and I don't think there is many Christians in this mean world and I know them Catholics is not Christians." I have wondered many times what did John know about the Catholic religion. It must have been that the guards or warden that whipped him so cruel at Brushy Mountain Prison was the farthereset that John had never been anywhere before going to prison except to Swain
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and Graham County in NC on cattle buying trips. The last winter that John spent on earth he came in from the mountains. Slipping toward death fastly from old age and spent the rest of his days sleeping in his sister's corn crib. He died the day of his arrival at Maryville Hospital in TN. His death came in 1949. I hope that John recieved the things I taught him about God and how to secure salvation. His sister who owned the corn crib where John slept is my aunt (Mandy Nichols Koons) and is one hundred years of age if she knows her age correctly. She never learned to read and write. Neither did uncle John Cooper. John and my aunt Amanda Koonts the sister to John are the first cousins of Graham County John Cooper, Flora Ayers and the late Artie Gregory, Jane Rogers, James Franklin and Alice who married Hamilton Cook. Flora and John would verify my story of Wild John Coopers isolation. John B Cooper was sent to Brushy Mountain Prison because he and Noah Williams 6((2/'6725<213$*( $
A political forum, sponsored the the GREAT organization and the Graham Star, was held the 22nd of April. The questions had been submitted by the public. Both the order of questions and the order of answers to those questions were decided by drawing questions and candidates from a hat. This forum was for candidates for Graham County commissioner. Participating were Raymond
Williams, Andy Lynn, Billy Cable, John Feil, Steve Odom, Billy Holder, Carol Orr, Mike Edwards, Dirk Cody, Walter Hooper, Jack Brown Wiggins. There were several more questions, but only the first six drawn were covered in a twohour period. Questions were: .What would you do if the ACLU threatens a lawsuit because you have a Nativity Scene on county property?
ed by Lynn Cody. Duvall has served as an economic developer with the Eastern Band for the past five years, where he has helped in bringing a significant amount of grant money to the tribe. In a telephone interview on Monday, he said his economic team had brought $30 million in grant money last year alone, including $18 million for a new jail and $2 million for a new transit facility. â€œI hope to bring some of that experience and success to Graham County,â€? he told me. Other accomplishment Duvall has had while working for the tribe, has been to help establish the Great Smoky Mountain Chamber of Commerce, which has worked to help existing businesses as well as recruiting new businesses. Also, his economic team has spearheaded efforts to 6((0$1$*(5213$*( $
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Cupcakes for Cures is a Sweet Success ASHEVILLE â€“ April 24, 2010 â€“ Kether Smith of Biltmore Forest Country Club took the title of Best In Show for her â€œGuinness Graciousâ€? cupcakes which featured a Guinness chocolate cupcake, cherry and caramel ganache center, meringue buttercream and Guinness pearls. One event attendee remarked about the winning cupcake, â€œThis cupcake is so good, Iâ€™m thinking of eating the wrapper!â€? Bakers, judges, and hungry cupcake lovers gathered April 10 at the Grove Park Inn for the Cupcakes For Cures cupcake competition. Cupcake connoisseurs enjoyed their pick of the
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FUHDWLYH DQG GHOLFLRXV FXS- Day Basket Cupcake, baker Jodi cake entries. The contest is a Rhoden first-time event to benefit the Cupcake Couture & American Cancer Society and Cateringâ€™s Red Velvet Cupcake, raised over $6,000 to support baker Anna Featherston the American Cancer Societyâ€™s Professional: efforts to find cures for cancer. Best Local Foods â€“ WellThe 2010 Cupcakes for Bred Bakeryâ€™s Lemon Cures Winners are: Wildflower Honey Cupcake, Best In Show: baker Laura Bogard Biltmore Forest Country Best Beer â€“ City Bakeryâ€™s Clubâ€™s Guinness Gracious Mocha Stout Spice Cake Cupcake, baker Kether Smith, Cupcake with Cream Cheese featuring Guinness chocolate Icing and a Caramel Drizzle cupcake, cherry and caramel Best Gluten-Free â€“ Worldâ€™s ganache center, meringue but- Best Carrot Cakeâ€™s Gluten Free tercream and Guinness pearls Carrot Cake Cupcake, baker Honorable Mention for 6((&83&$.(6213$*( Outstanding Taste: $ Short Street Cakesâ€™ May
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CA L E N D A R Cherokee Historical Association is pleased to announce the first annual Mountainside Art and Music Festival in Cherokee North Carolina. This fun filled day will feature some of the best Appalachian arts and music in the region. The event will take place Saturday May 1st from 9:00 to 6:00 at the Mountainside Theater which is home to the famous outdoor drama “Unto these Hills”. If you are interested in being a vendor, we are accepting applications for various handcrafted items that are reflective of the rich history and heritage of the Appalachian area. For more information or to receive an application please call Program Specialist Linda Squirrel at 828-497-2111 ext. 202 or visit our website at www. cherokeehistorical.org. Application deadline has been extended to March 12, 2010.
CLASS OF 1980!! We are having a 30-year class reunion. It is tentatively scheduled for July 3. If you are a member of the class of 1980 OR have contact info for any member of the class, please contact Connie Wiggins Millsaps at 828-3429318 or rhsclassof80reunion@ yahoo.com as soon as possible! North Carolina Symphony Our Favorite Things Grant Llewellyn, Music Director Phyllis Pancella, mezzo-soprano Stephen Powell, baritone May 7-8, 2010 Meymandi Concert Hall, Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts, Raleigh
North Carolina Symphony A Night at the Opera Grant Llewellyn, Music Director Phyllis Pancella, mezzo-soprano Stephen Powell, baritone April 30 – May 1, 2010 Meymandi Concert Hall, Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts, Raleigh Culinary Workshop Local & Seasonal Cooking at Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center Saturday, May 8, 9am to 1pm. Registration required $55 per person, call 828-479-3364.
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828-479-3456 Donors "Cruise Into Summer" By Donating with Alcohol Restrictions Placed Writer's Circle-at the the American Red Cross onASHEVILLE, Recreation Sites Hayesville Writing Studio of Presenting Donors May Enter (80 Knight Street, NC .Eleven consumption. Law enforcement A Drawing To Win A Cruise For Robbinsville) recreation sites on the Nantahala officials have been called out for Glenda Beall Two National Forest will be safer related incidents. Broken beer bot1:00 pm to 5:30 pm Graham County The summer season is always the most relaxing and fun – sun, sand and plenty of smiles. What many don’t realize is that during the busy summer season, blood donations often decline due to vacation and summer activities, while the need for blood remains constant. The American Red Cross is asking donors to “Cruise Into Summer” by donating blood or platelets. The campaign, which runs from April 1 to June 30, 2010, gives each person who presents to donate blood or platelets with the Red Cross an opportunity to enter a drawing for the chance to win a cruise for two. By donating early in the season, blood donors can donate two or more times during the summer months, helping ensure blood is available for patients throughout this critical time. Thursday, May 6 Robbinsville Community Blood Drive at the Graham County Public Library
Please call 479-3694 or 4791331 for more information or to schedule an appointment. Walk-Ins Welcome! Appointments preferred. Every two seconds, someone in the United States needs blood. The Carolinas Blood Services Region of the American Red Cross provides lifesaving blood to 103 hospitals and must have 1,600 people give blood and platelets each weekday to meet patient needs. Blood can be safely donated every 56 days. Most healthy people age 17 and older, or 16 with parental consent, who weigh at least 110 pounds, are eligible to donate blood and platelets. Donors who are 18 and younger must also meet height and weight requirements. For more information or to schedule an appointment to donate at a nearby donor center, call 1-800RED CROSS (733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org.
Celebrate Mother's Day at Stecoah Valley Food Ventures Dinner Come celebrate your Mom at Stecoah Valley Food Ventures Kitchen Mother’s Day Dinner. Leave the cooking and dishes to us! Mothers Day Dinner will be on Sunday, May 9, seatings from 12:30 to 2pm. Mother’s Day Dinner is served family style, reservations are required. The menu features salad, oven roasted ham, potato salad, cole slaw, green beans, oven fried okra, rolls, and sour cream coconut cake. Pricing for adults is $14.95, students (k-12) is $11.95, and children 4 and under is $7.95. Prices do not
tles in streams pose safety concerns for barefoot children and adults in adjoining creeks. Cheoah Point Swimming Area is the only public, free swimming on Lake Santeetlah and brings large numbers of visitors. An alcohol closure at the site will reduce the potential for drowning. Steve Lohr, Tusquittee District Ranger, stated I would not stay at some of the sites with my kids with the current alcohol issues we are experiencing. The US Forest Service appreciates the cooperation of all visitors to forest recreation sites in following regulations for those sites for the enjoyment of everyone. For more information on recreation sites across the forest and Ranger District contact information see the Carolina Connections publication online at www.cs.unca.edu/nfsnc/ recreation /connections/ Connections2010.pdf.
Free Dental Clinic Jackson County Community Services Building Sylva, North Carolina Friday, June 4 th from 7:00 AM to 5:00 P M Saturday, June 5th from 8:00 AM to 5:00 P M No appointments will be taken. Patients will be seen on a first come - first served basis. For more information call 828587-8257, Belinda Allison.
include tax or gratuity. Meal prices include a gift for Mom. To make your reservation, please call the Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center at 828479-3364, or visit www.stecoahvalleycenter.com. Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center is located at 121 Schoolhouse Road in the Stecoah community off Hwy 28 between Bryson City and Fontana Dam. Located in a restored 1926 schoolhouse, According to the latest 2010 it has become a gathering place for cultural events and commu- Census mail participation rates, nity workshops since its renova- Florida and Alabama have now surpassed the rates achieved tion in 1996. during the 2000 Census. Georgia has matched its 2000 numbers. They are three of 19 states, in addition to Washington, D.C., which includes prepared food. and Puerto Rico, that have met The class has an 8 person maxi- or surpassed their rates from the mum, so be sure and reserve 2000 Census. your place soon. Call 828-479The Census Bureau will 3364 to make reservations or continue to post updates to the for more information visit www. participation rate throughout the stecoahvalleycenter.com week as the last of the mailedInstructor, Paige Forgan, back forms are processed. After holds a master’s degree in Friday, April 23, no rate updates Nutrition emphasis in natural will be posted until the final health and medicine from Bastyr mail participation rate is calcuUniversity. Paige loves cooking lated and announced at a news with local and seasonal food conference during the week of from scratch and sharing this April 26. The complete list of passion with others. states that have reached this Stecoah Valley Cultural milestone follows: · Alabama · Arts Center is located at 121 Delaware · Georgia · Florida · Schoolhouse Road in the Hawaii · Illinois · Indiana · Stecoah community off Hwy 28 Kentucky · Maine · Minnesota · between Bryson City and New York · North Carolina · Fontana Dam. Located in a Rhode Island · South Carolina · restored 1926 schoolhouse, it Tennessee · Utah · Vermont · has become a gathering place Virginia · Washington Census for cultural events and commu- Takers will begin going door to nity workshops since its renova- door on May 3 to all households tion in 1996. who have not returned their
Stecoah Culinary Workshop Features Local & Seasonal Cooking Stecoah Valley Food Ventures Kitchen presents culinary workshop Cooking with Local & Seasonal Ingredients. The class will take place Saturday, May 8 from 9am to 1pm and will feature locally grown seasonal produce. During the class, students will learn about the benefits of using eggs from locally produced pastured hens, using local and seasonal ingredients such as ramps for quiche filling, cooking with traditional wheat crust and two alternatives for those with sensitivities or allergies to wheat, and adding beneficial probiotics to your diet. Students will learn about these techniques while creating a tasty lunch including three different varieties of quiche, mixed and wild green salad, and probiotic dressing. Price is $55 per person
through a ban on alcohol. There have been numerous safety incidents in which alcohol was a factor. To assure a safer more enjoyable experience for all recreationists at those sites, the Forest Supervisor has signed a closure order to ban the use of alcohol. The sites include: Balsam Lake Recreation Area, Big Choga Dispersed Camping Sites, Bristol Fields Campground, Cheoah Point Swimming Area, Dry Falls Recreational Area, Fires Creek Hunters Camp, Fires Creek Picnic Area, Jackrabbit Recreation Area, Pine Ridge Dispersed Camping Sites, Wayah Bald Tower and Picnic Area, and Whiteside Mountain Recreation Area. All sites are within the Tusquitee, Cheoah and Nantahala Ranger Districts. Several sites have been vandalized in association with alcohol
Dental services will be provided at NO cost to individuals who have dental problems and do not have financial resources to pay for a regular dentist. Sponsored by: Blue Ridge Mountain Health Project, the N.C. Dental Society, and the Jackson County Department of Public Health
Call or email for directions: 828-389-4441 glendabeall@ msn.com Register early as class space is limited. Mary Michelle Keller Writing your ancestors’ stories Wednesdays, -May 19, May 26, June 2 -10: a.m. - 12:00 $40 for three Workshops -email@example.com Stories of your ancestors are waiting to be told. Michelle (Mary Mike) Keller will teach a class on how to find those stories and flesh out your ancestors to make them real people. Writing skills and an introduction to genealogy research will be covered. William Reynolds – author of several novels will teach Self Publishing Saturday June 12, 2010, $10:00 – 1:00 p.m. $30.00 All handouts furnished. Rosemary Royston – Award winning poet, MFA grad from Spalding Univ. Saturday June 19 – 10:00 1:00 p.m. - Space, Time and Tone: The Power of Humor in Contemporary Poetry. This class will examine how humor in poetry allows the poet to go into unexpected territories,
allowing for both release and examination of sensitive issues. $30.00 and all handouts are provided. Glenda Beall – Experienced teacher, published poet and writer Tuesday, June, 8 - 9:30 1:00 – Why Do We Write? “I want to write but more than that I want to bring out all kinds of things that lie buried deep in my heart.” Anne Frank $30 and all handouts provided. (High School students – attend free when space is available.) Estelle Rice Wednesday, June 23 – 10:00 - 2:00 p.m. Fact and Fiction: This workshop is designed for those want-to-be writers and those who have already found the joy of writing and want to improve their writing skills. We will discuss how to develop short stories, essays, and poetry based upon our own experiences and the world surrounding us and how to make them come alive for the reader. Hand outs will be furnished. We will break for lunch – bring a sandwich – coffee and water provided (High School Students free if space available)
Richter, both Girl Scouts from Troop 30201 went into the community and asked local businesses, community leaders, community service agencies and the Clay County Chamber of Commerce to find out about some needs in their community and surrounding areas and how they could help. Both young girls strive to be difference makers. Accordingly, from the information they gathered, they decided to serve their community through a diaper, diaper ointment, formula, and baby food drive that will benefit the homeless shelters, Women’s Enrichment Centers & Food Pantry. These agencies currently serve many families in the area and rely on donations, volunteers and grants to operate. During these economic times, it is “taking a village to raise families” and Aspen and Isabella are doing their part. Their goal is to collect 100 packages of the items listed. If you would like to be a partner and have your business as a
Fine at 828-557-2838 or Isabella Richter at 828-557-2 691 . You may drop off a donation at the following centers**: Hayesville locations Fine Built Construction** This location accepts all cash and check donations Trinity Trash Take-Away Services Peacock Playhouse United Community Bank First Citizens Bank New Life Church Jacky Jones Ford Nantahala Bank Meadow Grove Baptist Church Murphy Stephanie Grace Dance Center Nantahala Bank Warne Art Matters Brasstown Little Brasstown Baptist Church Hiawassee , GA Dr. Bryan Johnson-Chatuge Family Practice
Florida & Alabama Surpass 2000 Census Mail Participation Rates Help Your Community with census form. They will be carrying a badge and black bag A Community Service Project Aspen Fine and Isabella donation center, contact Aspen with the Census logo. A Census 2010 worker will never ask for your Social Security Number or personal banking/credit card information and will never ask for or accept any fee/payment. They will ask only the 10 questions that appeared on the form including number of people living at the residence on April 1, 2010, name, birth date, race/ ethnicity, and if you rent or own. The 2010 Census is a count of everyone living in the United States and is mandated by the U.S. Constitution. Census data are used to apportion congressional seats to states, to distribute more than $400 billion in federal funds to tribal, state and local governments each year and to make decisions about what community services to provide. The 2010 Census form is one of the shortest in U.S. history, consisting of 10 questions, taking about 10 minutes to complete. Strict confidentiality laws protect the respondents and the information they provide.
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Avi Sommerville Best Holiday/Special Occasion â€“ French Broad Chocolate Loungeâ€™s Gingerbread Cupcake with Eggnog Ganache Icing, baker Jael Rattigan Best Birthday â€“ Smiling Spatula Bakeshopâ€™s Banana Split Cupcake, baker Marisa Zeibert Best Savory â€“ Sunburst Trout Companyâ€™s Corn Cupcake with Goat Cheese Icing and Trout Caviar, bakers James Flora and Charles Hudson Amateur: Best Local Foods â€“ Alli Marshallâ€™s Almond Polenta Cupcake Best Beer â€“ Jenni Casaleâ€™s Mocha Stout Cupcake with Salted Caramel frosting Best Gluten-Free â€“ Logan DeLoachâ€™s Lemon on a Prayer (Take my hand, weâ€™ll bake it I swear) Cupcake Best Holiday/Special Occasion - Amber Griciusâ€™ Salted Caramel Chocolate Cupcake Best Birthday â€“ Katie B. Goodâ€™s Boston Cream Birthday Cupcake Youth: Clara Ashe-Moore, Maddie Daven, Kattie Forshey, Daisy Homolka, JoCassee Johnson and Alisha North For a complete list of all the creative and delicious entries and photographs, visit HYPERLINK â€œhttp://www.
cupcakesforcures.comâ€? www. cupcakesforcures.com. Judges for the competition included Amanda Krueger, owner of HYPERLINK â€œhttp:// www.bakeitpretty.comâ€? Bake It Pretty; Farra Lomasney, manager of HYPERLINK â€œhttp:// www.greenlifegrocery.com/ www/docs/1â€? Greenlife Grocery; Mackensy Lunsford, food editor for HYPERLINK â€œhttp://www.mountainx.com/â€? \t â€œ_blankâ€? Mountain Express; Laurey Masterson, owner of HYPERLINK â€œhttp://www.laureysyum.com/â€? \t â€œ_blankâ€? Laureyâ€™s Catering & Gourmet To Go; and Marcianne Miller, author of HYPERLINK â€œhttp:// w w w. a m a z o n . c o m / A r t f u l Cupcake-DecoratingDelicious-Indulgences/ dp/1579904610â€? \t â€œ_blankâ€? The Artful Cupcake: Baking & Decorating Delicious Indulgences. Special gratitude is extended to our generous sponsors, which include the Grove Park Inn, HYPERLINK â€œhttp:// www.bakeitpretty.comâ€? www. bakeitpretty.com, Greenlife Grocery, Annieâ€™s Naturally Bakery, Appalachian Vintner, Bruisinâ€™ Ales, Cancer Centers of North Carolina, Cheri Britton, City Bakery, Clingman CafĂŠ, Cupcake Couture & Catering, Dolce di Maria, Eric R. Howell Photography & Design, French Broad Chocolate Lounge, Pegasus Image Design, Sophie
Magazine, Southern Audio Visual, and Whitmeyer Photography. The Cupcakes for Cures Virtual Cookbook featuring the recipe for the winning â€œGuinness Graciousâ€? cupcake among others will be available for a $10 donation. For more information about the cupcake and to get your official Cupcakes for Cures apron, visit HYPERLINK â€œhttp://www.cupcakesforcures. comâ€? www.cupcakesforcures. com. Cupcakes for Cures is raising money to support the American Cancer Societyâ€™s efforts to find cures for cancer because it is projected that in 2010 over 1,000 Ashevilleans will hear the words, â€œyou have cancer.â€? The event was started by two couples in Asheville as their Relay for Life team. Relay For Life is the American Cancer Societyâ€™s signature event to celebrate survivorship and raise money for research and programs in the fight against cancer. It represents the hope that those lost to cancer will never be forgotten, that those who face cancer will be supported, and that one day cancer will be eliminated. Participants are also invited to the Relay For Life of Asheville on June 4 at AB Tech.
Subscribe to the Graham Forum Sentinel Call 828-479-3456 we could function by simply refusing to make any hires. There seemed to be general Volunteers agreement on replacing essen-
As Eaton got older another effect of the disase surfaced. She began to contract uveitis, an increase in eye pressure that didn't immediately affect her vision. For several years the uveitis was not the problem, the flare-ups of pain and swelling were. At Eaton got older another effect of the disease surfaced. She began to contract uveitis, an increase in eye pressure that didn't immediately affect her vision. For several years the uveitis was not the problem, the flare-ups of pain and swelling were. At age 18 though, the eye trouble became more of a problem. The pressure first was noticed in her right eye, causing her left eye to overcompensate. "The thing that was so odd is normally people with this will get a dramatic change, but for me it happened so gradually that my other eye overcompensated so we didn't realize it was going on," she said. Soon it became more serious. Several eye drops didn't work, her vision worsened and eventually her right eye began to develop cataracts. Two surgeries worked on the cataracts and the pressure itself, and continued use of special eye drops and many doctor visits have improved Eaton's condition. "Right now, knock on wood, everything is pretty stable," she said. "The average person gets an eye exam once a year, for a while there I was getting them
In the past two years the Harris Regional Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop Volunteers helped raise well over $300,000, enough for the donation, lifepack units for WestCare EMS and two brand new ambulances for WestCare EMS. There will be a reception this Thursday, April 29 at 11:00am at the Harris Regional Auxiliary Thrift Shop to cele-
brate the arrival of the ambulances. Everyone is invited to come out and celebrate this accomplishment which will benefit the citizens of Jackson County for many years to come. For more information on this event, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 828-586-7432.
Girls Walela Lee Ledford born on April 15 to Chicoah Ledford of Cherokee in Swain County, weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Alexandria Jolynna Neugin born on April 15 to James Neugin and Brittany Powers of Whittier in Jackson County, weighing 5 pounds, 12 ounces. Ava Nicole Kragel born on April 16 to Alex and Amanda Kragel of Waynesville in Haywood County, weighing 8 pounds, 4 ounces. Breezy Nevaeh Joyce Jacobs born on April 20 to Jennifer Jacobs of Bryson City in Swain County, weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Boys Caleb Ronald Birdsell born on April 14 to Beau and Sarah Birdsell of Sylva in Jackson County, weighing 7 pounds, 10 ounces. Colton James Shuler born on April 15 to Danny and Janet Shuler of Bryson City in Swain County, weighing 8 pounds, 12 ounces. James Martinez born on April 15 to Felipe and Jessica Martinez of Cherokee in Swain County, weighing 8 pounds 14 ounces. Jonathan Elian Avila born on April 15 to Salvador Avila and Veronica Urbina of Bryson
City in Swain County, weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces. James David Smith Jr. born on April 16 to James David Smith and Heather Sneed of Cherokee in Jackson County, weighing 7 pounds, 1 ounce. Thomas Xander Lane Martin born on April 16 to Thomas and Starr Martin of Sylva in Jackson County, weighing 7 pounds, 13 ounces. Yonah Blake Gardner born on April 17 to Jason and Miranda Gardner of Bryson City in Swain County, weighing 5 pounds, 15 ounces. Weston James Ramey born on April 17 to Jimmy and Amber Ramey of Otto in Macon County, weighing 8 pounds, 6 ounces Brayden Cole Baty born on April 21 to Scott Baty and Juliet Boggs of Highlands in Macon County, weighing 7 pounds, 6 ounces.
tial employees, reducing the total number through attrition, retirement, etc. There has been a lot of talk of cutting the budget back to 10 million. Can it be done and how? ------------- Most agreed that we should cut the budget, and that we could. Some suggested doing it over a period of years instead of a large cut all at one time. A couple of the candidates stressed hunting for more revenue. Raymond Williams pointed out that laying employees off wasnâ€™t necessarily the answer. Anytime an employee is laid off, the county has to pay into the fund the amount the employee draws plus 10%. Considering the current funding, would you be in favor of no salary for commissioners other than the base salary? --------------- For the most part, incumbents and on-incumbents went along with the base salary plus any travel expenses incurred. The point was made that commissioners hardly made minimum wage for all the time expended. Others said that
5K event in 2008. Several months later she completed her first half-marathon(13.1 miles). While her next big running date is the half-running date at the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon April 25, she has another big event on the schedule a week later. The fifth annual 2010 Norman Arthritis Walk will be May 1 at the Norman High School track at Harve Collins Stadium. Eaton, who has participated the last two years, was selected by the Arthritis Foundation to be this year's special honoree for the walk. "Her story is just one of those things where she's had it since she was a baby and hasn't let it overcome what she's wanted to do," said Amy Padilla, community development coordinator for the Arthritis Foundation's Oklahoma chapter. Eaton will be there to support the cause May 1, raising money and encouraging others. But don't be shocked if maybe she still is thinking a little about her training schedule for her future runs. "I'm not the fastest runner out there, but I'm happy to be accomplishing those races and grateful to God that I can do it," she said. "In the future I plan to train for and complete a marathon, and eventually a marathon in every state." Hayley is the daughter of Harvey and Lori Tritel of Mountain Creek in Robbinsville.
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once every couple of months." Not Slowed Down Eaton is due to graduate from OU in May with a degree in English with plans to teach high school down the road. She started off wanting to go into meterology but decided it wasn't for her. But the weather bug did lead her to meet her future husband Robert Eaton while storm chasing. The two were married three years ago. "He's very supportive, he's been around for a lot of the eye trouble that's happened recently,"she said. "For my second surgery, he took me and he was more nervous than I was. At this point, I was just an old pro at this." She also has picked up her love of running from Eaton's family. It's not natural for someone with her condition, either. Any sort of fall from exercising that might produce a bump or bruise for most people could create much greater swelling and damage for a person with arthritis. The risk of injury or just the pain involved with moving around so much was not worth any sort of reward as a child for Eaton, so she hadn't been involved with any sort of sports until then. "I thought well, I'll start small, and did training for a 5K," she said. "It got me not afraid of exercising. It's been great." She said she almost cried at the starting line before her first
commissioners should be paid properly â€“ that the county didnâ€™t need to feel obligated to any one of them. Graham County is the last county in the state without alcohol sales. Would you support legal sales? -------------- Most candidates strongly opposed; a couple wanted to consider the sale, and one approved the sale, saying that old folks wouldnâ€™t have to leave town to get it. Given the shortfall we have from TVA and Sales Tax, how do you plan to finance the county? ------------------ Some encouragement was given in that we have an ally in Raleigh who is working to get the TVA money split on a 50-50 basis rather than a 70-30 basis. Suggestions were to seek more funding, trim expenses, collect back due taxes listed in the newspaper. What do you think happened with the 06-07 audits that made it take so long and be so expensive? --------- Comments included hiring unqualified people and poor supervision and that the financial management should be kept in house.
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Job Announcement Housekeeper - Part Time
THE CHEROKEE INDIAN HOSPITAL AUTHORITY has the following jobs available: PT Housekeeper. Anyone interested should pick up an application and position description from Arlenea Chapa or Teresa Carvalho at the Cherokee Indian Hospital Human Resources Office between the hours of 8:00am â€“ 4:00pm Monday â€“Friday. This position will close May 7, 2010. Indian preference does apply and a current job application must be submitted. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of CIHA application.
Job Announcement ER Manager - Full Time The Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority has the following job available: FT ER Manager. Anyone interested should pick up an application and position description from Arlenea Chapa or Teresa Carvalho at the &KHURNHH,QGLDQ+RVSLWDO+XPDQ5HVRXUFHV2IĂ€FHEHWZHHQWKHKRXUs of 8:00am - 4:00pm Monday - Friday. This position will Close April 30, 2010. Indian preference does apply and a current job application must be submitted. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of CIHA application.
Tri- County Community College Vacancy: The Cherokee County Board of Education will appoint a seat on the Tri-County Community College Board of Trustees at the June Board of Education meeting. Deadline to apply for this position is May 1st. Interviews will be conducted at the May Board of Education meeting and position announced at the June meeting. Interested applicants please contact Margaret Phillips at Cherokee &RXQW\6FKRROVÂˇ&HQWUDO2IĂ€FH([WIRUDQ application.
POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT POSITION TITLE: NC Agricultural Cost Share Technician Clay County Soil & Water Conservation District
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revitalize downtown Cherokee with significant improvements making it more inviting for tourists. This week, the tribe is hosting a Job Fair to not only help Cherokee but also all of Western North Carolina with job opportunities. Duvall earned both a Bachelorâ€™s of Arts in Political Science and a Masters of Public Administration from Western Carolina University. He also taught at the University from 1999 until 2005, where he was a professor of Political Science.
Additionally, he has taught administration and government courses at Asheville Biltmore and Southwestern Community Colleges. He earned a Doctors Degree in Theology from Gulf Coast Seminary, and said he sometimes fills in at his fatherâ€™s church at Oakdale Baptist Church in Macon County. His grandfather and father are Baptist ministers. Duvall said he is anxious to get started in his new job. â€œI want to get on the ground an
meet with folks,â€? he said. â€œIn this job, I consider myself a liaison between the commissioners and the public, between the commissioners and the county employees. I want to work with the commissioners as they are setting and ranking goals, Both short-term ones and long-term ones.â€? He said his first order of business was to get set up to get his staff in place, find out what they are capable of doing to be able to delegate. He called it a team effort.
â€œI have an open door policy both for my staff and for the public,â€? he said. â€œI like having people coming by to see me. I think together, we can really go places.â€? Duvall and his wife, Katharine (Kate) have three boys: Tanner, who is soon to go into the Air Force; Mikey, a Second Grader, and Wyatt, 2 1/2 years old. He said Katharine is expecting a girl due June 21st.
NC to do more with less? Governor's budget focuses on jobs, education, ethics reform and safety while cutting $1 billion in spending By Frank Bradley Sentinel writer Like every other state in the Union, North Carolina is faced with some hard choices. Last week, Governor Beverly Perdue released her proposed state budget for fiscal year 2010-2011 reflecting almost a $1 billion cut in the stateâ€™s spending, which she says is focused on programs proven to be unproductive, wasteful or in need of greater efficiencies. â€œWeâ€™re investing in technology to ferret our fraud, waste and abuse,â€? she said during a telephonic press conference. Perdueâ€™s budget makes critical investments in four key areas: jobs and the economy, education, setting government straight and safer communities. â€œWe want make sure we come out of this recession with North Carolinaâ€™s government fixed and with the ability to pay for its future,â€? she said. â€œLast year we were identified mentioned as one of the states with the worst economic difficulty; however, with the hard work of
the General Assembly, only eight months later we were identified as the best place to do business. We also retained our triple A rating, one of only seven states to do so.â€? â€œWith this budget, we want to shore up and stimulate an economy for small businesses to stay here and to flourish,â€? she said. â€œThis budget allocates $15 million as a â€œBack to Workâ€? incentive fund that provides a direct rebate to small businesses that hire long-term unemployed workers. It also allows for a $250 per person credit for small businesses that provide health insurance for their workers as well as money for employee training. â€œWith regard to education, I am proud to say that everybody has accepted our Ready, Set, Go program designed to increase our high school graduation rate and provide students with the skills and knowledge to succeed in college, at the universities or in the workplace. As for our teachers, this budget protects grades K through 3 from teacher loss; it provides for a salary
increase to keep North Carolina schools competitive. North Carolina is now in 31st in teacher pay just one notch above South Carolina. Also, this budget fully funds growth for universities and community colleges. It provides a $131 million flexible line for use by local school boards at their discretion. With regard to setting government straight, Perdue said she will be implementing a sophisticated system to detect fraud in Medicaid, which will save the state millions of dollars. It will also fund a legal team to prosecute these cases with the expectation of a four to one return on the dollars spent. Another innovation regarding Medicaid requires that patients use only one doctor and one pharmacy so they cannot do doctor shopping which will keep narcotics from being sold illegally. â€œWe have to do more with medical management in the Medicaid program ,â€? she said. â€œOr else it will take every new dollar we get for the program as
well as require us to take money from other programs.â€? She said her proposed budget restores a $40 million cut in mental health, will build local hospital capacity across the state and hopefully put mental health back on the road to recovery within 18 months. With regard to health and safety issues, the budget re-appropriates money for AIDS, funding to bring 8,100 new children into the health care system and promotes healthier lifestyle practices. It also provides a better communication system with new technology within the criminal justice system, including increased DNA testing. Governor Perdue said she hopes that the General Assembly will adopt most of the proposals of this budget and that it will prove to be less combative as all state government works together to look out for the future of the state by doing more with less.
who is listed in Albert Nichols family in Cades Cove families went and took soot on their faces hands and arms from a chimney and went to a widow womans house one night to have some fun and scared her retarded son. The widow womans name was Mildred Maynard(Harve's wife). She lived on Tabcat Creek 2 miles from Calderwood, TN. She was the grandmother of Lily Ann Hughes listed as a servant in families of Cades Cove (with Jake Roses family). When John B Cooper and Noah Williams entered Mrs. Maynards house they said to the retarded boy we are darkies-negros and went to see you little sambo dance and this scared the retarted boy bad. His brother got a shot gun and was trying to shoot John and Noah. They grabbed the gun barrel. The gun fired and shot a
hole thru the roof of the house. John and Noah was tryed in court for shooting in Mrs. Maynards house. Noah was ick with TB. John pleaded for Noah's release and ask the court to let him build Noah's time in prison and release Noah. The court granted Johns' request. Noah went home and died of TB a year or so later. Noah married my mother's sister Cornellia Dicey Nichols. Noah and Dicey are parents of Sally Mae Williams that married Russel Myres. Noah and Dicey are listed in the Albert Nichols Family of the families of Cades Cove 1900 Census. Dicey died shortly after Noah of TB also. Gardner Lee grandson of Albert Nichols is Noah and Dicey's son. He stays in Maryville. Sally Mae Williams Myers is a sister of Gardner L Williams. *To be continued next week.
Despite Stranded Conductor, the NC Symphony's Show Goes On RALEIGH, N.C.â€”The effect of the volcanic eruption in Iceland that has canceled flights across Europe has made it across the Atlantic. No, donâ€™t look for ash in the North Carolina sky. The trouble is what has been grounded. North Carolina Symphony Music Director Grant Llewellyn, currently at home in Cardiff, Wales, will not arrive in time for several Symphony events this week. The show will go on. North Carolina Symphony Resident Conductor William Henry Curry will take the podium in Llewellynâ€™s place for the performance of â€œGerman Mastersâ€? at VanceGranville Community College Civic Center in Henderson, Tuesday, April 20, at 8:00 p.m. Curry will also conduct the Symphonyâ€™s education concerts in Raleigh on Wednesday, April 21,
and Kill Devil Hills on Friday, April 23. â€œItâ€™s just one more indication of how interconnected and interdependent our world is today,â€? says North Carolina Symphony President and CEO David Chambless Worters. â€œWith a music director with such a busy conducting calendar, itâ€™s not hard to imagine how a travel disruption of this magnitude effects Grantâ€™s ability to be where he needs to be when he needs to be there.â€? Pending a change in weather, Llewellyn is expected to arrive in North Carolina on Friday, in time for engagements in Southern Pines, New Bern, and for the re-opening of the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh. For more information, visit ncsymphony.org
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MADISON, Wis. -- People who are not aware they are developing mild memory problems as they age may develop Alzheimerâ€™s disease at a faster rate than those who do notice their memory is slipping. Studying the part of the brain that appraises and makes decisions could help predict who is at risk for rapidly advancing Alzheimerâ€™s disease, according to a University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health researcher. â€œThe disease is a significant public health concern with the number of cases rising dramatically,â€? says Michele Ries, a neuropsychologist and researcher at the UW Alzheimerâ€™s Disease Research Center . According to the Alzheimerâ€™s Association, 5.3 million Americans live with the disease. There will be half a million new cases this year alone. In Riesâ€™ study, published by
the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, a group of people with MCI were compared to a group of healthy older adults. All were given a battery of neuropsychological tests and performed a series of tasks during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Ries found that the brainâ€™s cortical midline area showed activity during self-assessment exercises and that MCI participants with less insight into their impairment had considerably less brain activity than those who were aware of their mental difficulties. Ries says MCI is always a precursor to Alzheimerâ€™s disease, but people with MCI donâ€™t always develop Alzheimerâ€™s. â€œAnosognosia, or unawareness of function loss, is beginning to be recognized as an important clinical symptom of MCI, and with studies like this one, we are starting to under-
stand how these symptoms develop,â€? says Ries. Alzheimerâ€™s disease causes memory problems and also makes it difficult for patients to carry out basic activities of daily living, while MCI doesnâ€™t cause those kinds of problems. Ries says while there is some debate over whether there are memory difficulties that are associated with healthy aging, there is no clinical single tool that reliably distinguishes MCI from Alzheimerâ€™s disease. Ries says health providers should be educated about the potential Alzheimerâ€™s disease connection to anosognosia and the safety concerns over those who are not aware of progressing impairment. â€œYou build a life, relationships, wisdom and knowledge. And then to have Alzheimerâ€™s disease take that all away in a gradual progressive fashion is a tragedy,â€? says Ries.
Legislative Update From Rep. Heath Shuler Strengthening Health Services for Our Veterans and their Families This week, I was proud to cast my vote in support of the â€œCaregivers and Veterans Omnibus Health Services Act,â€? a bill that improves health services for our nationâ€™s veterans and their families. The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed this legislation that increases support for wounded and female veterans, improves mental health care, and enables better access to health care for veterans who live in rural areas, like much of Western North Carolina. The brave men and women who serve our country deserve the best care and support we can offer, while in uniform and throughout their lives. I always strive to improve veteransâ€™
access to health care, and to supply our VA medical centers with sufficient resources to ensure they have the best available staff and equipment to treat Americaâ€™s veterans. With the passage of this legislation, babies of female veterans will be cared for, for the first time in history, by the Veterans Administration. The bill provides health care and stipends for those who live with and provide care to severely injured veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. It will help veterans in rural areas by strengthening grants offered to local Veterans Service Organizations to expand transportation services to local VA hospitals and clinics. This bill was passed by the Senate in November, also with unanimous support.
The American Legion, who supported this bill along with the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disabled American Veterans, AMVETS, Paralyzed Veterans of America, the Wounded Warriors Project and the National Military Family Association, said this legislation â€œoffers bold solutions to major challenges facing service members, veterans, and their families.â€? I firmly believe that veteransâ€™ health care is a cost of war and a moral obligation. Our veterans deserve health care that is prompt, effective, and efficient. I will continue fighting in Congress to make certain that our veterans are receiving all the benefits they earned and are being cared for properly through the VA system.
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