Clint Parker

Erwin Warriors Scalped by Tuscola Mountaineers

The Erwin Warriors' hopes of improving their record with a win against the Tuscola Mountaineers were destroyed Friday night.

Town Presents Preliminary Water Plan of Action

Weaverville rolled out more details about its steps for the future of its water system. At least one group doesn't like it and is threatening to sue.

911 Observance Being Held at Lake Louise

Weaverville will hold its annual 9/11 observance at 11 a.m. on Monday, September 12th at Lake Louise. In the event of inclement weather, the event will take place at the Community Center above the lake. The speaker will be Joe Krebbs, a retired decorated battalion chief of the NYFD. Mr. Krebbs spent three days at […]

A Decision King Soloman Might Find Difficult

The Weaverville Town Council is about to make a tough decision next month. One I would not look forward to if I was in their shoes. One that will make them “put their money where their mouth is,” so to speak. I’m talking about whether or not to provide water to a low-income housing project […]

Traffic Calming Measures Coming to Lake Louise

Among other matters discussed at the Weaverville Town Council in August were traffic calming measures for the Lake Louise area. Read that and more actions in this article.

Warriors Reunite in Weaverville

The Clyde A. Erwin Class of 1982 held their 40th reunion at the Town of Weaverville’s new community center on Saturday, August 20th. Class members were treated to a barbecue dinner from Blue Ridge Adventures and BBQ in Marshall, and there was music, dancing, and renewing old friendships and making new memories. Many in attendance […]

Board Hears Pros and Cons of New Affordable Housing Project

A low-income apartment project who wants the Town of Weaverville to supply water to the project located outside the town limits was presented to the town council at their August meeting.

Town Records Accuracy Called Into Question

A discrepancy in the Town of Woodfin's official records and what three members of that body remember and were reported in the Tribune has called into question how well the town is keeping records.

Woodfin: A Rewriting of Town’s History and Erasing Traditions

This week I have two opinion pieces for our readers. Both stem from the Town of Woodfin’s monthly meeting of what is now their town council. Here they are: Rewriting the Town’s History For the second time in two years, Woodfin’s main governing body has changed its name. For the full story, see the article […]

Meeting Brings More Changes to Town of Woodfin

The changes keep coming in Woodfin as new members of the board continue to shape the town into their vision of what the town should be.