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Life in Our Foothills Magazine

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Taking Model Trains to a Grand Level

Most people have had a train set in their lives at some time or other. For some, it’s a fun toy for two or three ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Submitted article.

Kris Ahler, Landrum Police Chief

Protecting the Foothills Kris Ahler, Landrum Police Chief By Macy Cochran “I was going to school to be an ophthalmologist,” Kris Ahler, Chief of Landrum Police Department (LPD) ... Read more

2 months ago by Submitted article.

Life in our Foothills May 2020-Robert Williamson: The High Flying, Colorful World of a Vexillologist

Before 1961 the term vexillology was nowhere in print, nor were derivatives such as vexillologist and vexillophile. Even though vexillographers worked in ancient Egypt and ... Read more

3 months ago by Submitted article.

Life in our Foothills April 2020- Frances Flynn Poetry in the heart

Eight-year-old Frances recited the poem in time with the rhythm of steel wheels clamoring across rail joints. To the initial amusement of the adults in ... Read more

3 months ago by Submitted article.

Life in our Foothills March 2020- All good things come from the heart

Jessica Pullara is driven by passion. Unlike some, she didn’t stumble upon her path easily as a child playing with her Easy Bake Oven. Through ... Read more

3 months ago by Submitted article.

Life in our Foothills February 2020- Born to Help

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4 months ago by Submitted article.

Welcome to Bonnie’s World 

Saludian Bonnie Joy Bardos is an artist.   It shows in her canvases, her house, her writing and every other aspect of her life.   Read more

1 year ago by Steve Wong.

A House Divided Delivers BBQ, Pizza, and Fun 

From the outside, Flat Rock Wood Room doesn’t look like a house divided.  Read more

1 year ago by Steve Wong.

Santa for all seasons

Younger pediatric patients have asked cartoonist Steve Barr if he is Santa Claus. With his white beard and hair and twinkle in the eyes, the ... Read more

2 years ago by Vincent Verrecchio.

Larry Morton

The man who shrunk the Saluda Grade The further we walked down the mountain on the railroad, the more frequently we stepped through spills of ... Read more

2 years ago by Vincent Verrecchio.

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