Clint Parker

Enjoying nature a new way, but maybe not that new way ever again

Editor Clint Parker recounts an adventurous off-road Jeep ride in Henderson County.

Company chooses Woodfin to build their first of its kind restaurant

A drive-through only Bojangles franchise, the first of its kind, is breaking ground on Weaverville Highway.

Virus delaying justice in the state’s court system

A court date has yet to be set for the 2017 arrest of Salvador Daniel Chavez-Gutierrez.

We’re all just looking for a little respect

Continual rioting over the weekend came as a result of local governments’ failing to “defund” police. This has lead to injuring the Asheville Police public image as more arrests of unruly mobs were conducted.

Asheville’s ‘Back the Blue’ organizer astonished by turnout

Browne said he is concerned with the way his event was handled not only by the City of Asheville but by the news media.

Quilt of Valor honors local resident

World War II veteran Kenneth Ames Maultsby Sr. was honored by The Quilts of Valor Foundation.

Woodfin puts Mountain Village zoning on hold

Last month the Woodfin Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to place a moratorium on any new development of this type of district at their regular monthly meeting.

School board goes with “B-Beyond” plan to reopen schools

39 percent of Buncombe County students have opted for remote learning, but for the 61 percent that didn’t, Dr. Baldwin outlined the plan for the first six weeks.

Good news travels, but bad news travels faster than light speed

Next time act a little more like the rioters and you should get more press, but the media is not likely to portray your group in as good a light as they did the rioters.

Trying to get all to pay fair their share of fire tax

Marshall Fire Chief Regina Rice appeared before the Madison County Commissioners to ask that everyone pay the same fire taxes and that their station be given all the money from the districts the department covers.