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Jackson County becomes one of first counties in state to approve capital funding for charter school under new law

By Kristin Fox

At Tuesday night’s regular meeting of the Jackson County Board of Commissioners, county officials gave their stamp of approval on the request by Summit Charter School for a $2.5 million dollar loan for the expansion of the school located in Cashiers, North Carolina. The purpose of the short-term loan request is to bridge cash flow needs during construction as we raise funds and collect pledges toward the total fundraising goal of $6.5 million to fully fund Summit’s facility expansion. The unanimous vote to approve a letter of intent is the first step in the establishment of the loan to Summit.

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Celebrating 100 Years of Healing: The Story of Angel Medical Center

The 100th anniversary of Angel Medical Center signifies a century of healing, progress, and commitment to the health and well-being of the people it serves. Today, the community celebrated the milestone while honoring the legacy of the Angel brothers and all those who have contributed to making Angel Medical Center a beacon of hope and health for the community, both now and for generations to come.

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Recent SCC Nursing grads boast 100 percent success rate on national licensure exam

SYLVA – During a pinning ceremony back in May, Amy Banner - Southwestern Community College’s Nursing Director – read aloud a sample question from the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).

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