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"STATE OF EMERGENCY" DECLARED FOR CHIMNEY ROCK VILLAGE AND LAKE LURE

DUE TO EXCESSIVE RAINFALL IN THE HICKORY NUT GORGE AREA Lake Lure officials declared a state of emergency Tuesday because of the high water level in the lake as well as the Rocky Broad River. The lake has already been drawn down several feet, and… Link to Full Story

PM UPDATE: ANOTHER 3 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ON MUD CREEK IN HENDERSONVILLE ON TUESDAY; POLK COUNTY RENEWS EVACUATION RECOMMENDATION; SOME ROADS CLOSED; SHELTERS OPEN

FLOODING AND MUD SLIDE ISSUES CONTINUE Polk County emergency management officials have rerenewed their recommendation for voluntary evacuations in areas previously identified to be of concern. The areas identified for voluntary evacuations are:… Link to Full Story

FLOODING CONTINUES ALONG AREA RIVERS AND STREAMS ; FLASH FLOOD ***WARNING*** ISSUED FOR HENDERSON COUNTY TUESDAY AFTERNOON; FLOOD WARNING ALONG THE FRENCH BROAD RIVER CONTINUES THROUGH SATURDAY

LOCAL RAINFALL RECORD BREAKING TOTALS Trisha Palmer, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Greer, S.C., said that as of Memorial Day, rainfall totals in the area have eclipsed the all-time record for the month – 9.18 inches set in… Link to Full Story

27TH ANNUAL ANTIQUE & VINTAGE SHOW SET FOR JUNE 23RD

IN DOWNTOWN HENDERSONVILLE Twenty-seven years brings about a lot of changes in a show and its vendors, but the downtown Hendersonville Antique & Vintage Show always seems to maintain a certain quality. The show’s coordinators say that is in large… Link to Full Story

HENDERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS ESTABLISHES "DIRECTOR OF CAPITAL PROJECTS AND SAFE SCHOOLS" POSITION

KENT PARENT TO BE THE DIRECTOR Kent Parent has been named the Director of Capital Projects & Safe Schools for Henderson County Public Schools, a new administrator position serving under the direction of the Associate Superintendent for… Link to Full Story

WYFF NEWS ANCHOR MIKE MCCORMICK & PHOTOGRAPHER AARON SMELTZER KILLED MONDAY WHEN A TREE FELL ON THEIR STATION VEHICLE IN THE 3000 BLOCK OF HIGHWAY 176 NEAR TRYON

THE WYFF CREW WAS COVERING STORM DAMAGE IN POLK COUNTY WHEN THEY WERE KILLED JUST AFTER 2 PM MONDAY WHEN A TREE FELL ON THEIR STATION VEHICLE ON HIGHWAY 176 NEAR TRYON. JOHN HUMPHRIES, PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGER AT WYFF, SAID LATE MONDAY, "TODAY IS A… Link to Full Story

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