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West Henderson Falcons are coming off of their most dominant varsity football season ever, with an encore season season of its dynamic, superstar receiver.

Five NBNS FFA Students Achieve American Degree

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.

Bearcats Rebuild Around Landrum, Rudisill

Hendersonville is sluggish out of the gate, but has enough raw talent to yet again get into the 2A playoffs.

When Trolleys Were The Main Mode Of Transportation

In the late 19th century, the introduction of railroads to Asheville marked a pivotal moment in the city's development.

Entertaining Eagles Light Up Scoreboards

East Henderson’s offense is clicking early, in alumnus Colton Brackett’s debut as the head coach.

Hilarity & Mayhem in Black Comedy and Spamalot!

Experience the uproarious hilarity and impressive performances in two theater productions: Peter Shaffer's Black Comedy at Parkway Playhouse, where physical comedy takes center stage in a unique darkened setting, and Monty Python's Spamalot at HART Theatre, a zany musical adaptation of the iconic film full of witty dialogue, absurd characters, and dazzling dance numbers.

Knights Joust With Athleticism, Confidence

North Henderson sparked its season by knocking off the Hendersonville, and looms as a legitimate contender in its league.

Parallel Practices: A Nurse Practitioner’s Perspective on Hospital vs. Frontline Doctor Protocols

A North Carolina ICU nurse practitioner shares her experiences with both the hospital covid-19 protocol, and the America’s Front Line Covid Critical Care protocol. The difference is astounding.

Leadership Asheville Forum Learns about the State of the City

Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer spoke to members of the Leadership Asheville Forum at a luncheon of the State of the City at the Country Club of Asheville. Unfortunately County Chair Brownie Newman who had been scheduled to speak was unable to attend due to a medical emergency.

Panhandling Amendments Draw Polarized Crowd

Persons with strong feelings for and against regulating panhandling spoke before Asheville City Council. This was just for housekeeping amendments to keep the ordinances enforceable and in-line with state and national regulations. More controversial changes will come before council in October.