Too Much Money Falling from the Sky”

After the City of Asheville spent through its first tranche of COVID relief funding and into the second, the floor opened for public comment on how the balance of funds should be appropriated.

Civil Grand Jury to Hold Gov’t Reponsible

The Tribune received a tip about Constitutional action underway to cause the schoolboard to stop making children wear masks.

Woodfin Looking to Correct ‘Misstep’ on Zoning

Woodfin’s recent zoning ordinance is found to be null and void.

East Eagles, Bearcats Roll in Openers

East Henderson already eclipsed its win total of the spring season by beating Rosman on the road in the fall opener. Hendersonville set a school mark for points scored in beating North Henderson.

To Do List For September Gardens

As summer draws to a close we should start our seasonal selects in anticipation of Autum.

Local Tells His Ordinary Man Story

A Weaverville man chronicled the history of his life for the next generation.

The 75th NC Apple Festival Returns This Year

The North Carolina Apple Festival is celebrating the county’s major crop for its 75th year this Labor Day weekend, with a parade and many “Apple related events.”

Hendersonville Event Honors Black History

Residents of the Green Meadows community, formerly known as Brooklyn, are hosting an event to help preserve African-American history.

MAC has Talented QBs; Enka Wins Opener

A.C. Reynolds is undefeated in the conference in the last six football seasons.

Masks Reveal Parallel Governments

The Tribune received a tip about Constitutional action underway to cause the schoolboard to stop making children wear masks. As it turned out, citizens had been acting on their own authority to try the government. Even more astounding, these de jure grand juries of sovereign citizens who are forming their own parallel governments are proliferating in this country.