Ingles reports 48th year of record sales

Ingles reports 48th year of record sales

Asheville-based Ingles Markets, Incorporated reported this month record fiscal 2012 sales of $3.71 billion, its 48th consecutive year of sales growth. Fourth quarter sales alone rose 9.5% to $991.8 million and net income increased 21.1% to $13.3 million compared with the fourth quarter of fiscal 2011. Net income for the fiscal year ended September 29,…

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NC road construction suspended through New Year’s

Nearly all road construction projects in North Carolina will be put on hold beginning today at 4 p.m. through Wednesday, January 2, at 9 a.m.   The NCDOT is hoping the move will help travelers save time and money over the Holiday season.   For real-time travel information at any time, call 511, visit the…

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Cold, wind, and possible snow coming to WNC

A taste of winter is on its way to the western Mountains. According to the National Weather Service, a cold front will move into the Franklin area from the west beginning Thursday evening. The front will bring much colder temps, high winds, and a generic cialis online possible wintry mix of rain and snow. Forecasters…

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Animal Control hoping for an empty shelter this Christmas

Macon County Animal Control is hoping they can find homes for their remaining cats and dogs in time for Christmas. Animal Control Director John Hook tells us that today only all cat and dog adoptions will be free, “Everybody can come on down and a cheap viagra dopt a lovely pet for your family and…

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MMS students now in custody over school threat

The two students who caused a major disruption at Macon Middle School Tuesday afternoon by making a threat have been formally charged. Sheriff Robbie Holland indicated via a Facebook post the two 13-year old students were charged with felony count cialis for sale of Making False Reports of Mass Violence and one misdemeanor count of…

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WCU trustees approve another tutition raise

The cost to attend Western Carolina University is going up. WCU’s board of trustees agreed to move forward with the second phase of a five-year plan to help the school maintain a level of academic quality, while it catches up with tuition rates at cialis online peer institutions. What that translates to is an increase…

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  • September 19, 2014 5:30 pmAMERICAN LEGION BINGO
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