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Election Hinges on Ballot Fraud Cases

Presidential election results are tentative pending GOP legal challenges to ballot eligibility and vote counting.

‘Back the Blue’ Auto Parade Nov. 14

The “Back the Blue” auto parade will be in Hendersonville this Saturday, November 14, featuring antique and collectible autos and motorcycles in a parade to benefit local law enforcement.

Flat Rock Pizza Closes; Turkey Meals On

Flat Rock Pizza is the latest local business casualty of the pandemic and statewide limits on business, closing this past weekend after more than a dozen years as a popular eatery and fervent supporter of civic groups.

Greenies Roll 63-7 Over Blues

Christ School exploded for a 49-7 halftime lead over local archrival Asheville School at home Saturday, en route to a 63-7 triumph that is the most lopsided in the historic football series.

Moe Davis: Anti-torture Stance is Advocating for American Values

Congressional candidate Moe Davis revealed his insights into the complicated world of dealing with terrorist suspects, in an exclusive interview with The Tribune Papers.

Cawthorn Sharing Concerns: Economy & Protests

Madison Cawthorn, 25, is the Republican candidate for the 11th District in N.C.

Clashes Over Police Funding & Ongoing Protests

Congressional candidates Madison Cawthorn and Moe Davis clashed over police funding and protests, in recent debates.

Intense Differing on Economy & Health Care

Congressional candidates Moe Davis and Madison Cawthorn sparred in recent debates, over insuring illegal immigrants and other health care and economic issues ahead of the election on Nov. 3.

Beware of election ‘ballot harvesters’

Absentee ballots can be requested up to Oct. 27 at 5 pm, a week ahead of the Nov. 3 general election, but people are urged to request and send back those ballots extra early to better ensure they are counted.

Ballot fraud concerns

Election fraud is a simmering issue in the Nov. 3 election, centering on potential manipulation.