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This week’s headline

 
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Fundraiser for ill father


Thomas Shepherd, a husband and father of two from Barnardsville, is fighting stage three testicular cancer.
He and his family are seeking help from the community to cover medical and living expenses and have turned to Red Basket, a free fundraising website, to help pay for their expenses.
Five months ago, Shepherd, 35, worked 40 hours a week as an accountant, as his family’s sole breadwinner. Now, the family is relocating across the state so Shepherd can undergo a triple tandem stem cell transplant.
Shepherd received the news in February 2015 that he had cancer. Read more...

 

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Last week’s headline

 
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Man arrested after chase

by James Matthews
wteditor@weavevilletribune.com

A Black Mountain man turned himself in after leading Weaverville police on a vehicle chase last week.
The drama began on Tuesday (July 7) at approximately 3 am, when Corporal Jonathan Ray of the Weaverville Police Department stopped a Dodge Ram 3500 truck for a traffic violation on North Main Street. According to a Weaverville Police press release, “During the traffic stop the driver who was identified at the scene as Colby Daniel Fisher, admitted that the tag for the truck was fictitious and later fled the scene.”
Cpl. Ray was soon joined by Weaverville Officer Nick Shea as the chase traveled to Reems Creek Road. Suddenly, “The chase was terminated after Fisher stopped abruptly on Reems Creek Road and rammed Cpl. Ray’s patrol car rendering it inoperable,” said the press release. Read more...

 

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Highway wreck sends one to hospital


By James Matthews
wteditor@weavervilletribune.com

A wreck on I-26 Thursday (July 2) sent one man to the hopsital.
The wreck occurred near mile marker 20, on Future I-26 west just before 4:30 pm. According to a Woodfin Police accident report, the vehicle was driven by Gennea Watts of Asheville. The report, compiled by Woodfin Police Officer John Ward, attributes a statement to Watts, which says she “was traveling in the left lane when traffic started slowing down. [Watts] attempted to move to the right lane impacting” a second vehicle driven by Larry Hartsell of Clemson, SC, who was in the right lane. Read more...

 

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