Moore Details Campaign Against Cherokee

A month or so ago, the Tribune brought you an article on the history of General Griffith Rutherford’s campaign against the Cherokee in 1776. This week, we continue the story with a history marker on Sand Hill Road that commemorates William Moore – Captain of the militia force that marched against the Cherokee in November […]

King, Lover, Magician, and Warrior: Being a Good Husband

To help them become the finest versions of themselves, millions of men seek going against the generalized picture that is portrayed in the media.

Double Standard: Why is the media favoring Tyre Nichols but not Jason Kloepfer?

Due to mainstream media and social media, people across the United States and beyond know the name Tyre Nichols. He was the Black man in Memphis, TN, who was stopped by police on January 7, 2023, for an alleged traffic violation and then beaten by police officers. Tyre Nichols died days later from his injuries. […]

Historical Westall Chandley Building Gone

The Woodfin Community finally said goodbye to the old Westall Chandley Lumber Store off Merrimon Ave, which had been an eyesore and, according to at least one resident who spoke at a Woodfin Town Meeting, a dangerous hazard to the community. The nearly 10,000-square-foot structure built in 1927 had not been used for more than […]

Report Spotlights School Underachievement

Broadly speaking, only about half of the students in Buncombe County are considered proficient in terms of standardized test scores. The same is true throughout the nation. Although academic performance tanked during the COVID shutdown, the achievement gap was preserved.

Death Comes To All, Be Prepared

Last week we saw the devastation and death caused by earthquakes in Turkey, with more than 35,000 deaths related to those quakes that lasted a only a few seconds. Religion has been blamed for millions of deaths over the centuries. According to two sources, I found, the number has been about 200 million in the […]

BlackHawk Girls Win State Track Meet

The North Buncombe High Girls 4×800 meter relay team won a state championship Friday (Feb. 10th). The meet took place at JDL Fast Track Facility in Winston Salem. Coach Jane Roane heads up the team, and (left to right) Avery Mays, Eden Barnwell, Katie Johnson, and Sophie Banks brought the trophy home for the BlackHawks. […]

My Case For School Choice

This writer is encouraging parents to sacrifice for their child's education, at least their early education. Don't let the government indoctrinate your children.

BlackHawk Signs To Play For Mars Hill University Lions

Senior Spencer Roane signed a commitment letter to Mars Hill last week, where friends, teammates, and family gathered in the school's cafeteria to help him celebrate the pivotal end of his high school athletic experience and the start of his college athletic career.

Reynolds Boys Win MAC, Girls Share Crown With AHS

Reynolds boys and girls both finished with at least a share of MAC basketball regular season titles, ahead of the conference tournament this week.