A lack of whiskey on the part of a group of surveyors may be to blame for one Tennessee town being on the wrong side of the state line.
A.D. Patterson owns the westernmost part of North Carolina, and the “mapheads” want to visit.
To live in North Carolina is to live within our borders, but those boundaries are more than just lines on a map.
For 85 years, Our State has been highlighting the people and places that make us proud to call North Carolina home.
We can’t help but feel proud knowing that these sturdy school buses were dreamed up and built right down the road.
Earl Kirkland shares stories of the Great Flood of 1940 with visitors of the Swain County Heritage Museum.
Learn how Wadesboro native Hugh Hammond Bennett became North Carolina’s “Father of Soil Conservation.”
Mountain communities bear the brunt of the decade’s most deadly Atlantic storm — forever changing our western landscape.
After nearly 40 years of marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Wuf can teach us a thing or two about wedded bliss.