Pete Zamplas

Baseball Falcons Fly Into Round Three

There is a bright omen for West baseball. The Falcons beat Asheboro in round two — just as they did 30 years ago, on their way to winning the 3A state title.

Baseball Cougars Win MAC, TC Gets Payback

Asheville Cougars won the MAC in baseball by defeating Roberson. But the Rams tuned up for playoffs by beating the Cougars two days later.

D.A. Murray, Open Judge Seat Up for Election

Hayes-Hudson is for a new judgeship, while Mary Ann Hollocker again challenges the incumbent D.A.

Mike Edney, State House Seats 117, 113 On Ballot

Longtime commissioner Mike Edney is once again challenged, while the N.C. House District 117 seat is wide open.

TCR, NB Win Three Mound Rounds

Two Buncombe County teams reached week two of playoffs.

‘Skies of Avalon’ Plays Innovative Originals

On May 13 you can catch a live show of a local band’s daring mix of innovative progressive rock originals with classic rock covers.

Catch This Hilarious Mystery at FRP if You Can

Flat Rock Funnyman Scott Treadway as usual tickles the funny bone — accenting a hilarious mystery’s strong cast and amazing plot.

Kirron Ward Leads Bearcat Football

HHS turned to one of its own as the successor to Jim Sosebee.

HHS Senior Play is on Newly-Named Orr Stage

“All the world’s a stage,” William Shakespeare wrote in As You Like It. Tom Orr brought local history to life on stage, decades after teaching drama to students.

Falcons Get No-Hitter, Knights Fight On

Three-time Cy Young winning pitcher Clayton Kershaw has what in common with West Henderson’s pitching combo of Jackson Duchesne and Truitt Manuel?