Pharr Davis Joins the Presidential Fitness Council

Hendersonville native Jennifer Pharr Davis, a renowned distance speed hiker and adventurer, takes her message for outdoor fitness and health onto a bigger stage than ever with her appointment to the President’s Council for Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition.

Report Envisioned Current Political Crisis

With the Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) the Claremont Institute recently published the results of a joint war room exercise. The conservative think tanks argued much work had been poured into polling to predict the results of this November’s elections; but little serious effort had been made to equip leadership for the abundant and commonplace […]

Weaverville’s Storm Water Woes

At last month’s Weaverville Town Council meeting, the board heard just how much work there is to become compliant with the MS4 Stormwater Compliance Program. 

Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace

As of this writing, conservative media outlets continue to express optimism that Donald Trump will remain president for the next four years.

DA Newman on Pandemic & Jury

The wheels of justice are spinning slower and more remotely during the pandemic.

Geese Can Be Quite Unpredictable

If you’ve hunted for very long you have learned that things don’t always go as planned.

COVID-19 Reality Versus Public Policy

Political Agendas Are Distorting Public Perception and Policy.

East Upsets Henderson High, West & TCR Roll

East Henderson varsity volleyballers celebrated Christmas early by knocking off Mountain Six leader Hendersonville Dec. 21 thanks to a 10-0 run in the fifth and deciding set.

Nations’ Rankings of Freedoms 2020

Each year, the report ranks the nations of the world in terms of multiple measures of personal and economic freedom.

Town looks to Expand Council, Mayor’s Powers

Weaverville Town Council met for its last time in 2020 on Monday (December 21), and with that meeting, set about to expand the board’s members.