Are North Buncombe Towns Becoming More Like Asheville?

Weaverville and Woodfin have been havens for those who wanted municipal amenities without the trapping of big cities.

Woodfin Political Races Shaping Up

Woodfin political races will make the fall election something to watch.

Admittedly Inexperienced Goldstein Selected To Head Woodfin Water

When asking Goldstein if he had any water district experience, he admitted to the Tribune that he did not.

Mayoral Candidate Clarifies His Name Change

A Woodfin man who is running for the Woodfin mayor’s seat this year changed his name several years ago. Josh Blade, who was Josh O’Neil, told the Tribune, “I did change my last name a few years ago. The reason is because my last name was O’Neil, and there was always a problem with the […]

New County School Superintendent Fields Questions & Comments

Dr. Rob Jackson gets questions and comments from the Woodfin Town Council at their December meeting.

Woodfin New Home to Fermented Food Biz

Woodfin is the new home of Fermenti Foods which supplies area shoppers with fermented foods that are good and good for you.

Short-Term Rentals Take Center Stage at Woodfin Meeting

Residents and non-residents, both for and against short-term rentals, packed the Woodfin Town Council meeting this month.

Turning Tragedy into a Tribute

The Hunt family has been chosen by Woodfin to have the coming whitewater feature named in honor of their son, Taylor.

Councilman Addressing Removal of Invocation by Quoting Jesus

Last week, the Tribune offered Woodfin Councilman Jim McAllister a guest commentary spot to back up his statement at the August council meeting, which he used to justify removing the meeting’s invocation. The invocation had been part of the meeting since the town was formed in 1971. McAllister said at the meeting he was “surprised […]

Woodfin: A Rewriting of Town’s History and Erasing Traditions

This week I have two opinion pieces for our readers. Both stem from the Town of Woodfin’s monthly meeting of what is now their town council. Here they are: Rewriting the Town’s History For the second time in two years, Woodfin’s main governing body has changed its name. For the full story, see the article […]