Erwin to Light Up Scoreboards

The Warriors will score many points. How many the defense yields determines success.

ACR Soccer’s Big Green Machine is in Gear

All-state friends collided as the goalkeeper shut out the elite scorer’s team.

Reigning MAC Champ Asheville Wants More

The Cougars see themselves as predators again, to hunt another league crown.

Everything Falls Under the “Commerce Clause.”

Under Article I, Section 8, the Constitution gives Congress the power to “regulate commerce with foreign nations and among the several States.” The purpose of this was to promote trade by breaking down many of the barriers that had been set up by the States. However, in 1942, the Court made a gigantic leap into […]

Rams to Make a ‘Run for It’

Roberson mostly runs the ball, and does so with a smart and slick quarterback.

Warriors Reunite in Weaverville

The Clyde A. Erwin Class of 1982 held their 40th reunion at the Town of Weaverville’s new community center on Saturday, August 20th. Class members were treated to a barbecue dinner from Blue Ridge Adventures and BBQ in Marshall, and there was music, dancing, and renewing old friendships and making new memories. Many in attendance […]

More Money Flowing into Bottomless Education Pit

Schools have more cash than they know what to do with, but it will not help student achievement.

Board Hears Pros and Cons of New Affordable Housing Project

A low-income apartment project who wants the Town of Weaverville to supply water to the project located outside the town limits was presented to the town council at their August meeting.

Asheville High Students Benefit from Nashville Songwriters

In a fun intimate evening of great music Nashville Songwriters in the Round helped to raise funds for the Rotary Club of Asheville's Tennent Scholarships, offering Asheville High School students a chance to go to college.

‘Action Jaxson’ Knights Grind Foes

North Henderson is more balanced in running and passing.