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'Wonder no more what a hero looks like'

People hold flags in honor of Ryan Hendrix on Dana Road at Four Seasons Boulevard.

Henderson County Your Town

People line funeral procession route to honor Deputy Hendrix

As if by grace, a late summer wind whipped American flags along the route of the funeral procession that would carry Ryan Phillip Hendrix to his final resting place on Friday afternoon.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Expect traffic delays during funeral procession today

Motorists should expect road closures and delays this afternoon when the funeral procession of Deputy Ryan Hendrix travels through town from Mud Creek Baptist Church to Forest Lawn cemetery this afternoon.   Read Story »

North Carolina News

Cooper authorizes full reopening for K-5

RALEIGH — School districts can allow elementary grade students to return to the classroom next month, Gov. Roy Cooper announced Thursday during a news conference, but middle and high school students won’t have the same opportunity.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Agencies win $400,000 grant to help homeless

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, two local organizations have been granted $398,825 in additional funding from the federal government through the CARES act.   Read Story »

Asheville Business

Mission nurses vote to unionize

In what the union hailed as a landslide vote, nurses at Mission Hospital in Asheville voted this week to approve a union — the first in North Carolina to do so and the largest hospital union win in the South since 1975.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

Four Seasons Politics

City, county trade shots over water extensions

McGrady, commissioners exchange thank yous

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'Wonder no more what a hero looks like'

People line funeral procession route to honor Deputy Hendrix

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Brevard News

Brevard public works chief indicted for mishandling contaminated soil

A federal grand jury in Charlotte has returned a criminal indictment charging Brevard's public works director with ordering city employees to dig up and transport contaminated soil from a firing range backstop without proper protection and then store the tainted dirt improperly, U.S. Attorney Andrew Murray announced.   Read Story »

Property at 701 Blythe St. has been cited as a nuisance violation.

Henderson County News

Trashed yard draws law officers, nuisance citation

A yard at the corner of U.S. 64 and Blythe Street piled with clothing, pictures, household items and an assortment of other oddities has become an eyesore and topic of conversation around town. And now it's been cited for violating the county's nuisance ordinance.   Read Story »

Hendersonville Four Seasons Politics

City, county trade shots over water extensions

By blocking a water line extension for a vacation cabin development in Horse Shoe, Henderson County commissioners may have reignited the water war with the city of Hendersonville.   Read Story »

Here's how to view funeral service for Deputy Hendrix

Honor fallen deputy by thanking law officers

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Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning

McGrady, commissioners exchange thank yous

Planning Board endorses downtown parking deck

Here's the city streets that will be repaved this fall

Lake Pointe Landing celebrates Assisted Living Week