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2022 North Buncombe Homecoming Court

The 2022 North Buncombe Football Homecoming Courtmembers are (left to right) Lulu Hunter, Gracie Edmonds, Charity Clinedinst, Lorena Alamo, JoJo Cooper (queen), Devon Davis (runner-up), Claire Dewey, Sofia Nave-Ingrao, Christina Harwood and Jasmine Iskandar. Photo by Clint Parker.

Rams Dominate at Black Hawks’ Homecoming Game

The losing streak continued for North Buncombe Friday as the TC Roberson Rams scored almost at will against the Black Hawks on Homecoming night.

Pony Rides, Foxhunts and Freestyle Dressage

Tryon's fall equestrian activities are fun for riders and non-riders throughout Western North Carolina.

Marvel at “God of Carnage” Up Close

A play on feuding couples evolves into a clash over parenting and marriage values.

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Mountain Heritage Festival Returns

The Mountain Heritage Festival returns to Mars Hill after two years off due to the pandemic.

Four Weekends of Artistic Pumpkin Displays at Silvermont Park

October weekends (Friday and Saturday) can be filled with family-friendly evening walks through Silvermont in Brevard to enjoy seeing the amazing lighted pumpkin displays.

Bearcats Poke Polk; AHS, ACR, West Roll

Football league title elimination games are underway, as the contending fields thin.

Stand T.A.L.L. Sponsors K-9 Handlers at International Conference

To expand the working knowledge of local K-9 handlers, STAND T.A.L.L. recently sponsored Aaron Lawson of the Buncombe County K-9 Unit and Patrick Damato of the Polk County K-9 Unit to attend the 11th Annual International K-9 Cop Conference & Vendor Show in Nashville, TN this past month. The conference offered attendees a chance to […]

Business Thanks Community for Successful Drive

The recent Edward Jones School Supplies Donation Campaign in the Leicester community was a great success, according to Jeff Weller, a local Edward Jones financial advisor. The event was held to support Leicester Elementary School. Weller said he is “in awe of the generosity this community shows when a need presents itself.” “Thank you to […]

Kilgore Questions College and Patton Bike Lanes

Asheville City Councilwoman Sandra Kilgore voiced concern about the bike lanes proposed for College Street and Patton Avenue in the central business district. She said representatives from businesses in the area had told her they were not supportive, and nobody had asked them, the ones who would be most impacted, for any input.