Local Breweries Bring Canine Treats

Jen Nathanson, the creator of whosagooddog?, a small-batch dog treat business, aims to employ leftover ingredients from craft beer breweries to provide dogs with delightful treats.

Eliminating Park Geese and Their “Poop”

When geese and their poop got to be too much, something had to be done to eliminate them and their waste from Lake Louise Park in Weaverville.

Department Promotes Firefighters to Engineers

In the first-ever fire department promotion ceremony that the Tribune has ever covered, two Weaverville firefighters are promoted to engineers in a badge-pinning ceremony.

Henderson County Public Schools Honors America’s Veterans

Staff and students from Henderson County Public Schools (HCPS) are taking a moment to thank the men and women who served in the US armed forces.

‘Tis the Season for Bike Rides for Toys

The bike parades and toy runs are a wonderful sight to see as they roar down the highway bearing gifts for families in need.

West Henderson Wins Thriller, HHS Ousted by Iffy Call

West Henderson’s historic season is at a record-tying 12 straight victories, with the latest one a high-scoring thriller.

Black Hawk Signs, Becoming a Crusader

North Buncombe High School senior Juliana Mendoza (second from the left) signed to play softball for North Greenville University (NGU) in the NBHS school’s cafeteria last week, where her family looked on as she inked the deal. According to their website, “NGU is a private, Christian university located in upstate South Carolina… with over 125 […]

“Red Wave” Downplayed by Mainstream Media Efforts

Were the 2022 midterm elections really the disaster for Republicans that Big Media, assorted never-Trumpers and RINOs make them out to be? Was Tuesday’s vote somehow an approval of Joe Biden’s failing presidency? Several GOP victories, which the mainstream media has chosen to ignore, indicate otherwise. Americans who rely on corporate media will miss the […]

Attorney General Josh Stein Opposes No-Poach Hiring Agreements

Attorney General Josh Stein today filed a friend-of-the-court brief challenging “no-poach” provisions. McDonald’s used these provisions in its franchise agreements to restrict workers’ ability to move from one franchise to another in the restaurant chain. “No-poach agreements prevent workers from earning the full value of their hard work,” said Attorney General Josh Stein. “These agreements […]