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Myles McKnight is Sole Collegian on Fox News

Fletcher resident Myles McKnight was the sole collegian that Shannon Bream interviewed a week ago on her program about tightening pandemic rules on campuses.

Last Display of Gingerbread Entries on Jan. 2

The elaborate exhibit of gingerbread contest entries is back in the Omni Grove Park Inn.

Valley Hill School Gets Facelift, Tractors

The new year brings new purpose for freshly-renovated Valley Hill School in Henderson County.

Gingerbreader Carney Wins Food Network Contest

The winner of a Food Network gingerbread contest lives in Asheville.

Chuck Edwards is Running for Congress

Chuck Edwards is eager to take his experience in Raleigh to work on similar issues in Washington as the local congressman.

Murals Brighten Up Hendersonville Sidewalks

Dozens of enthusiasts joined in to help finish murals on two sidewalks.

HHS ‘Comeback Cats’ Fall 50-35 in Reidsville

Reidsville is the three-time reigning 2A state football champion. The Rams showed HHS why, with even greater speed. Yet, the Comeback Cats rallied.

Thanks for Protection: New HPD Station Opens

Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude in many ways. This includes local law enforcement’s protection of citizens.

Soccer Rockets Edge Rams 1-0 in 4 OTs

A soccer playoffs thriller went scoreless for over 107 minutes before A.C. Reynolds scored to oust T.C. Roberson from playoffs. ACR, Enka and North Henderson advanced furthest in playoffs, among local teams.

HHS Lit Up Burns; AHS Falls in Round Two

Hendersonville is the sole survivor in state football playoffs, among Henderson and Buncombe public high schools. Asheville nearly made it to round three, falling by one point.