In many high-dollar decisions being made by local government, the public is presented with only one side of the argument. While government is away on summer vacation, these commentaries will at least scrape the surface of the other side.
“I’ve always said that I don’t respect people who don’t proselytize. I don’t respect that at all.”
Sixteen local new grads are among those named as WNC basketball all-stars and several others were all-conference.
Thomas Veasey’s last-minute filing upset the other Weaverville Town Council candidates’ plans.
Colleges honored local students who excelled this semester.
Buncombe County awarded economic development incentives to East Fork Pottery, which, as part of its expansion, will be employing and rehabilitating hard-to-hire individuals, like former violent offenders.
While local government is on summer break, the opportunity is taken to talk about some supply-side economics for a change.
Friends of Music “Accent on Youth III” presents Alexander Harrelson, Tenor.
Asheville’s Trinity Baptist church resumes annual spiritual rejuvenation event.
Four Buncombe County football stars, including Roberson’s star passing combo, get a last hurrah before college as they play in the state’s elite all-star game.