The rain came down in bucket-loads this week, and so did the news. Along with a host of reports about the rainy storm's effects, there was news this week about Haywood Regional Medical Center getting back on its financial feet; a land-transfer tax vote in Clay County; the end of window inspection stickers for autos; and a big celebration of apples in Henderson County.
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