The City of Asheville means well, attempting to overcome economic disparity through innovations of its Office of Equity and Inclusion. Some of the initiatives, however, retain a tinge of paternalism and repression.
Talk about “Getting out of Dodge” (The Wild West) while you can. Three schools get to flee the claws of A.C. Reynolds, T.C. Roberson, Asheville and the rest of the formidable WMAC.
HomeTrust Bank is offering a free financial literacy program to make remote learning easier.
Habitat for Humanity is fundraising with a jewelry sale.
Local students were honored for their academic achievements at their respective universities.
North Buncombe dominated Enka High at Friday night’s football game.
The Tribune Papers is accepting applications for its summer internship program.
Weaverville UMC is opening a children’s resource center.
Just a bit about a couple of things.
Turkey season begins soon throughout North Carolina.