Katrina Morgan

Blue Ridge College & WGU Expand Pathways for Education

Blue Ridge Community College students now have expanded four-year higher education pathways thanks to a new collaborative agreement with WGU North Carolina. Blue Ridge students who earn an associate’s degree in business administration, information technology, K-12 teacher education, and health professions are now able to transfer those credits and pursue a bachelor’s degree through WGU […]

Weaverville Music Study Club Presents Winner

Lillian Chase of Weaverville has been named the winner of a $3,000 scholarship presented by the Weaverville Music Study Club.In the fall, she will enroll at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, to major in music performance and minor in roots music. Lillian is the daughter of John and Laura Chase of Weaverville and […]

Buncombe County Schools Virtual Academy Graduates

Buncombe County Schools Virtual Academy (BCSVA) is a versatile educational program designed to respond to the needs of students and families who are looking for opportunities beyond traditional school schedules. Building on their experience providing online courses and services to students in their traditional schools and students in unique circumstances, BCS has combined multiple tools […]

BRCC Honors Basic Law Enforcement Graduates

The Blue Ridge Community College Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) Academy hosted a pinning ceremony for Spring 2022 graduates on Wednesday, June 1. It was the college’s 40th graduating BLET class, and the event was held in the college’s Thomas Auditorium. The graduates included Richard M. Gibbard, Tuan Luu, Michael R. Paparozzi, and Haley M. […]

Mars Hill University is postponing all fall sports seasons amid COVID pandemic concerns

Mars Hill University announced today that all fall sports are postponed, with plans to compete during the spring semester. 

Asheville Racquet Club hosts Annual Banana Open Singles

The Asheville Racquet Club hosted the annual Banana Open Singles Tennis Tournament for over 55 players from WNC and neighboring states.