A historical figure from state you ought to know

Abraham Galloway is one of the most intriguing figures in the history of our state — and another North Carolinian who, in my opinion, deserves to be honored with multiple statues and monuments.

Commissioner characterizes vote as “the unfair treatment of one group for the gain of another”

Buncombe County Commissioners approved a resolution in opposition to the Catawba Indian Nation Casino in Kings Mountain.

Local twins excelling in education

Connor Davis and his twin sister Clay Davis are embarking on a new phase of their educations.

How about some pie, anyone?

Baked of Woodfin re-opened on July 15 for takeout.

Absentee ballots with built-in safeguards differ from mail-in ballots

It is important that North Carolinians know that voting by mail in North Carolina is not the same as the current national discussion of a mail-in ballot.

Woodfin pursuing grant, hire new position among business at meeting

Woodfin’s Board of Commissioners considered a proposal to seek a $2 million community development block grant from the state in order to extend waterlines.

Tavernier, jazz stars to be streamed online July 26

Christopher Tavernier will play piano in a classical concert duo then in a jazz quartet, in a double performance people can hear and see streamed live for free on Sunday, July 26.

Hunting crows to prepare for the season

There is something that can sharpen your shotgun skills even more than clay targets. Shooting live targets. Not only that, but landowners will welcome you. Let’s go crow hunting.

Bill Hollingsed announced as Interim Chief of Police in Hendersonville

City Manager John Connet has named Bill Hollingsed as the Interim Chief of Police for the Hendersonville Police Department.

Pres. Trump, GOP Chairman Visit Henderson County

Republican star power abounded in Henderson County as Pres. Donald J. Trump and his daughter Ivanka visited Mills River Monday, soon after state GOP Chairman Michael Whatley was in Hendersonville.