Beech Community Held 137th 4th of July Parade

The Beech Community honored alumni at their annual Independence Day celebration.

The Battle for Scriptural Authority

Critical Race Theory (CRT) is already destroying our military and educational institutions. Now it comes for the Church.  

What Might We Learn From Jesus Healing A Nobleman’s Son?

“This story is a good reminder that God has no limits,” says Talia, 12. “The nobleman’s son was far away, but God is not limited by human constraints and healed the boy. God can do what he wants to and nothing is impossible with him.” In his police film, Magnum Force, actor Clint Eastwood is […]

Government Spending Conservatively Half the Economy

The International Monetary Fund estimates total government spending in the United States at almost half of GDP. This does not include costs of compliance with government regulation & opportunity costs shouldered by the private sector.

Grandfather Mountain Highland Games Begin

After a virtual event last year, the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games will be allowed in Linville.

Sun Country Airlines Soon to Service Asheville

Sun Country adds new low-cost service to beautiful vacation destinations this fall.

Playhouse Fund Drive Sizzles Ahead of Season

Flat Rock Playhouse’s ongoing fund drive is halfway toward its goal and has two large challenge grants from donors. The playhouse is weighing when and how to start its season. An outdoor rock concert is first up.

Free Music Series Resume Locally

Sounds and sights return some normalcy in July as several free music series resume in Hendersonville and Asheville.

Wildfire Danger Continues to Rise

Wild-land urban interface is becoming a more pressing danger in North Carolina.

Budget and Protests Rule Part of Meeting

At their monthly meeting, the Weaverville Town Council discussed protest regulations and the $11 million budget.