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Fighting addiction

Medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction has faced many roadblocks over the years, with strict regulations and negative public perception of clinics and the services they provide hamperin

From left: Nancy Mackoviak of Franklin and Faviola Olvera and Karen Hawk of Highlands drove nine hours to be part of the Women’s March on Washington.
Highlands resident Jan Zehr, second from right, holds a sign she made for the Women’s March on Asheville recognizing the length of the fight for equality, from women’s suffrage to now. Zehr attended the march last Saturday with, from left, Jane Jerry of Highlands, Sally Jordan of Asheville and Helene Siegel of Highlands.
Participants in the Women’s March on Asheville last Saturday included people of all ages and genders.
Participants in the Women’s March on Asheville last Saturday included people of all ages and genders.

Sending a message

“The Women’s March on Washington aims to send a message to all levels of government, including but not limited to the incoming Presidential administration, that we stand together in solidarity and

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