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County Plans for Future Waste

Buncombe County’s Solid Waste Director Dane Pedersen said operators of bioreactors, like the one at the Alexander landfill, are finding it more difficult to sell the electricity they generate to major utilities. So, a search is on for another way to keep Buncombe’s methane out of the atmosphere.

Make No Mistake, Rams are Legit Contenders

T.C. Roberson is a legitimate WMAC title contender with its star quarterback and main receiver.

Remembering Weaverville’s former Mayor

Former Weaverville Mayor Mary “Bett” Speir Stroud, 75, passed away on Sunday, February 14, at Elderberry Health Care in Marshall, N.C.

Cougars to Rerun Success Formula

Asheville Cougars have a new head coach, a veteran offensive line and will run the ball more — as they did in their glory years.

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Erwin Brings in Korey Griffith at QB

Erwin has a veteran QB in as a transfer, and reloads for another strong season.Erwin has a veteran QB in as a transfer, and reloads for another strong season.

Rockets Reload & Aim Again for Titles

A.C. Reynolds is again the WMAC frontrunner, reloading a young squad around a pair of superstars.

‘Great Scott!’ Dynamic QB Leads Owen

Caleb Scott is a fiery QB leading resurgent Owen. 

Warhorses Stampede into Encore Season

Charles D. Owen is making that “D” stand for Dynamite.

New Season, New Head Coach for Patriots

Madison High’s football team are prepping for the season despite the limitations of COVID-19.

Hawks’ Jones, Cole Run to Daylight

Building on the success of the past two seasons, the North Buncombe Blackhawks are shaping up to be a winning team this spring.