In a recently published letter, local Rev. Ronald Gates sheds light on a growing concern surrounding explicit and potentially inappropriate material in our schools. Reverend Gates articulately outlines the alarming issues of desensitization and grooming of children through sexual content, accompanied by accusations of complicity in sexually predatory behavior. Highlighting examples from elementary, middle and […]
Dr. William “Billy” Thomas Greer, Jr., 8th president of Brevard College, died this week. He was president from 1985 until 1992. Dr. Greer is remembered for his many contributions to Brevard College. Among them: launching the capital campaign for the Paul Porter Center for Performing Arts and obtaining the first $1 million gift for the […]
Recently, five students from North Buncombe High School enrolled in the FFA program achieved a remarkable milestone by being awarded their American Degrees at the National FFA Convention.
Buncombe County Schools announces significant changes to its administrative team aimed at enhancing educational excellence and student support.
HB 66 (S72) changes the election process by making it so only school district residents can vote for their representative and introducing partisan races. The Tribune sought the opinions of several Republicans on their views and the necessity of HB 66.
Bobby Wilkins is retiring as the dean of Henderson County Public Schools high school principals.
Henderson County Public Schools honored its 2023 teachers of the year.
North Henderson High School’s Dylan King has been awarded the prestigious title of Teacher of the Year for the district. The announcement was made at an award luncheon on Thursday, May 11th, sponsored by AdventHealth and Boyd Chevrolet. With 19 years of experience at Henderson County Public Schools (HCPS), King teaches science to 10th through […]
Extra law enforcement was present while school board members, council members, county commissioners, and others watched the black Suburban with dark-tinted windows pull into the parking lot at the Weaverville Primary School on Tuesday morning (May 30th). North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) was there to visit the school and rally opposition to the state […]
The ceremony proceeded with great enthusiasm as more than 40 awards were presented to the deserving seniors.