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    Local Scout pack welcomes girls to troop

    By Benjamin Cohn Weaverville – A recent update from national Scout leadership took effect June…
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    Cheerleaders help with hurricane relief

    Swannanoa – The cheerleading team at North Buncombe High School worked hard recently to help…
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    Glass-blowing shop celebrates 20 years

    By Clint Parker Weaverville – Michael and Hilary Hatch celebrated their 20th year in business…
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    Why print is still relevant in the digital age

    By Clint Parker Recently, I was reminded why print news is still relevant to our…
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    3 days ago

    Accident traps one in car

    A two-car collision ended in one person trapped Wednesday night (Oct. 3) in Weaverville. The…
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    Another local bear encounter

    Staff Reports One of our readers, Nancy Kinder, sent us some pictures of her SUV’s…
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    Buncombe County Announces Cataldo Perrone as Communications Director

    Staff Reports On Oct. 16, interim County Manager George Wood announced Cataldo Perrone as Communications Director…
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    Buncombe County Hires New Finance Director

    Staff Reports In the wake of a very public financial scandal and after a national…
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    BlackHawks down Jets

    By Benjamin Cohn Weaverville – North Buncombe defeated the visiting Enka Jets in their homecoming…
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    The Big Top Circus Lives and Dies

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      Local Scout pack welcomes girls to troop

      By Benjamin Cohn Weaverville – A recent update from national Scout leadership took effect June 11, admitting females into Cub…
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      Cheerleaders help with hurricane relief

      Swannanoa – The cheerleading team at North Buncombe High School worked hard recently to help those still recovering from Hurricane…
      Business
      1 day ago

      Glass-blowing shop celebrates 20 years

      By Clint Parker Weaverville – Michael and Hilary Hatch celebrated their 20th year in business Saturday (October 6) with an…
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      2 days ago

      Why print is still relevant in the digital age

      By Clint Parker Recently, I was reminded why print news is still relevant to our world. Much ado has been…
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