Critical Race Theory, State & Local Schools

Is Critical Race Theory being taught in local schools? The Tribune found out.

Buncombe Manager Recommends Tax Increase

Buncombe County property owners can expect a tax increase this year to help the county recover from COVID losses and move forward on commissioner strategic goals.

Top HCPS Scholar Grads Honored at Banquets

Graduating Henderson County public high school seniors with the highest grade point average are usually honored together in a banquet. This time, each high school separately honored their top scholars — 67 in all.

10% Proposed Tax Increase Could be an Error

Buncombe County and several municipalities in Buncombe are planning to raise property taxes on its citizens.

Third NBHS Player Commits to MHU

NBHS soccer player Zeke Wainwright commits to playing for MHU.

Vote on E. Flat Rock Asphalt Mixing Plant Set for June 1

The long-debated issue of whether Henderson County should rezone to allow an asphalt plant to be built in East Flat Rock may finally near an end in a special meeting June 1st. Technical experts disagree on the facility’s likely environmental impact.

30th Annual Antique & Vintage Show

Downtown Hendersonville is the place to be on Saturday, June 12th for the 30th annual Antique & Vintage Show.

Carolina Day Player Commits to Princeton

Will Watson of Carolina Day committed to playing soccer at Princeton next fall. 

Trout Stockings Resume

Trout stocking is now reinstated after calls for suspension were prompted due to gas shortages.

Slain Officers Honored in Local Memorial

Henderson County has dedicated its Law Enforcement Center in honor of Ryan Hendrix, a deputy fatally shot by a suspect last September who is the latest local face of violence against officers.