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Former Mayor Gives Perspective on Resigning

This week in Clint’s Corner spot is a guest rebuttal by former Weaverville Mayor Al Root addressing Clint Parker’s commentary in last week’s issue.

Confirmed COVID Cases at North Henderson High

Lab results confirmed recent cases of COVID-19 that are epidemiologically linked.

Readers Weigh In: CRT & BLM Conclusion: Part 3 of 3

Padgett continues his exploration of CRT methods.

Why Are NC Residents Hesitant About Vaccine?

Even in the midst of an increase in COVID cases caused by the Delta variant, North Carolinians are hesitant about getting the vaccin. A survey by QuoteWizard might shed some light on why. According to the survey released Thursday (Aug. 12), there are a number of reasons that only 47 percent of the state’s residents […]

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Preliminary Exploration of Public Stigma

A search for studies on the cost of stigma abatement in public policy turned up practically nothing. What was discovered was indications that government is generating stigma to “other” private-sector up-and-out ministries while offering refuge from that stigma in its own programs that nurture and reward dependence.

ASAP’s Farm Tour: Starting 9/18 thru 9/19

Join a local farm tour this autumn. 

Fundraiser for 27-year Fire Veteran

A benefit will be held for Asheville Assistant Fire Marshall Dwayne Fender at The Barn at Paint Fork in Barnardsville on September 18 from 11 am until 6 pm.

Bearcats Surge On, Face Heritage Next

Hendersonville won the unofficial Henderson County championship after beating all three of the other public teams, lastly East Henderson County, on Friday.

Buncombe Awards First $11.3M in ARPA Funds

Buncombe County received 141 applications for $50.7 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds. They announced the first $11.3 million in awards.

Hendersonville’s Black Bear Half-Marathon & 8k

Gear up for a day at the races in Hendersonville.