Clint Parker

Revolution coming under the guise of reparations & social justice

Where do we start with the craziness that’s going on? I mean, what’s the real goal of riots, reparations and the repetition on the nightly news?

What happened to the flags at the Weaverville Post Office?

Rumors of the American Flag and the POW flag being stolen from the Weaverville Post Office are not true.

Country’s independence day celebration a bit different this year

Fourth of July celebrations across Western North Carolina were muted this year with only a few towns and groups conducting fireworks displays or holding events.

No specific amount budgeted for Town’s ADA Transition Plan

There is no specific budget for the Weaverville’s ADA Transition Plan Jennifer Jackson, Weaverville Town Attorney, told the Tribune.

North Buncombe student one of six picked in AgYouth program

A graduating senior of North Buncombe High School is one of six students from across the state to be chosen for the 2019-2020 AgYouth Leadership Award Program.

Blue Ridge & Asheville conduct submarine familiarization

While Asheville is nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge - they’re also out at sea. USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) participated in a submarine familiarization (SUBFAM) training with the Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Asheville (SSN 758), June 14.

Cawthorn now a darling of GOP & media

Once the outsider and longshot at being the Republican nominee for the 11th Congressional District race, Madison Cawthorn is now the darling of the GOP and media.

Town votes to let county collect taxes, passes $7.24M budget

The Weaverville Town Council voted to pass a $7.24 million budget for 2020-2021 with a property tax rate of 38 cents per $100 of evaluation.

Area student selected for livestock show team

On August 1st of this year the National Roper’s Supply (NRS), provider  of western wear and horse tack, inducted its third ever NRS livestock “Show Team.” Shelby Candler was one of its members.

Park construction awarded, police policies discussed, budget reviewed in monthly meeting

A bid to build the new Silver-Line Park was accepted by the Town of Woodfin at the regular monthly meeting of the town commissioners on Tuesday evening (June 16). Town budget and use of police force were also discussed.