Two NBHS Students Sign

North Buncombe seniors earned well-deserved rodeo scholarships. 

Asheville Budget Falls Short on Reparations

The council is expected to raise the property tax rate to fund aspirational goals like reparations, climate justice, and reimagining the police.

House won’t move the “Save Women’s Sport Act”

The NC House chose to drop the “Save Women’s Sport Act.”

Lady Rockets Edge Asheville HS 2-1 in Soccer Playoffs

The usual three schools dominated WMAC soccer play this spring, and two collided in round three of playoffs as Reynolds nipped Asheville 2-1 Friday. That thrust ACR into the West Region finals — a win away from reaching the state title match.

Council Goes Back to In-Person Meetings

Council meetings resumed to their normal in-person format.

My Thoughts about a Couple of Things

Regarding the NDO, Weaverville sets a noteworthy example for their Asheville counterpart.

Care Facility Remembers COVID Victims

A year later after COVID first hit our society, Emerald Ridge honors residents lost.

Council Rejects Drug Interdiction Funding

Asheville City Council rejected a grant from the Drug Enforcement Agency.

Mayor Explains NDO Passed at April Meeting

Anti-discrimination ordinances are passing all over the county. 

Trying Out New Tour Adventures

Governor Roy Cooper gave North Carolinians a green light to leave their houses. There are many tours available in this area, and this is a good way to learn more about an activity.