Pete Zamplas

Losing a Local Human Treasure of History

Tom Orr, who left this earth’s stage last week from a heart attack at age 81, graced us with his spectacular historical plays and immense contributions as a longtime educator and historian.

‘Phi Rama Slama’: TCR Blasts into Playoffs

T.C. Roberson unleashes a state championship-caliber volleyball squad of tall athletes in playoffs this week.

Enka Eager to Make Volleyball Playoffs

Volleyball playoffs start next week, with second-ranked T.C. Roberson eager for a state title and quarantined West Henderson as well as North Henderson also poised for title quests.

Pharr Davis Joins the Presidential Fitness Council

Hendersonville native Jennifer Pharr Davis, a renowned distance speed hiker and adventurer, takes her message for outdoor fitness and health onto a bigger stage than ever with her appointment to the President’s Council for Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition.

DA Newman on Pandemic & Jury

The wheels of justice are spinning slower and more remotely during the pandemic.

East Upsets Henderson High, West & TCR Roll

East Henderson varsity volleyballers celebrated Christmas early by knocking off Mountain Six leader Hendersonville Dec. 21 thanks to a 10-0 run in the fifth and deciding set.

Storehouse Toy Drive Swaps Cookies for Gifts

Adapting to pandemic restrictions, Ty Keplinger morphed into Cookie Santa as a sweet way to reward drive-through toy donors.

Honoring Slain Hero Ryan Hendrix

This Christmas is solemn for those grieving over recently lost loved ones, such as the local family of slain officer Ryan Hendrix.

Court House Inn is Planned for Hendersonville

The Court House Inn, a boutique hotel planned near the historic Henderson County Courthouse and Curb Market, has secured rezoning to proceed ahead.

Shipmans to Turn Cedars into Hotel, Condos

Tom and Fran Shipman have shifted their plans for The Cedars Lodge and Spa from a hotel with some condominiums to a condominium resort with a few hotel rooms.