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Anthony McMinn accepts the Old North State Award from state Rep. Chuck McGrady.

Henderson County News

McMinn honored for 25 years of service

In its first 11 years, the Hendersonville Rescue Mission had 11 directors — simple enough arithmetic to arrive at an average tenure of one year and an average stress factor of a lot.   Read Story »

Friends, family and Miller’s drycleaners workers honored Lou Miller, who turned 101 years old on Feb. 16.

Henderson County News

At 101, Lou Miller has the key to aging

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Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

Sheriff McDonald joins Trump in White House school safety talk

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Henderson County News

Sheriff's deputies seek shooter in Holbert Road murder

Sheriff’s deputies are seeking a suspect in a shooting that killed a 28-year-old Hendersonville man.   Read Story »

Edneyville News

Commission rejects long-term solution for Edneyville sewage service

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Four Seasons Politics

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Sheriff McDonald joins Trump in White House school safety talk

With Griffin out, Ward switches to county commission race

Democratic House candidate raps 'unconstitutional redistricting'

Stacey Caskey to run for School Board

Coren won't seek re-election to School Board

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Henderson County News

Pieces selected for second annual Artscape exhibit

A two-person jury chose 49 works of art from 177 submissions for the upcoming ArtScape Banner Project.   Read Story »

Henderson County News

Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning

You won't want to miss this week’s Hendersonville Lightning.   Read Story »

Robert Allen (left) and John Witherspoon explain Waste Pro's plans at a meeting of the Laurel Park Town Board last week.

Henderson County News

Laurel Park also puts heat on Waste Pro

LAUREL PARK — Facing a 30-day window from the county to fix widespread service problems, Waste Pro is also responding to complaints of poor service in the town of Laurel Park, where it has a contract to serve 1,265 households.   Read Story »

McGrady still pushing regional water solution

Bearcat Jayvees win Mountain Six title

With Griffin out, Ward switches to county commission race

Democratic House candidate raps 'unconstitutional redistricting'

Developer peeling back history on East Allen Street

WCU sets groundbreaking for $110M Tom Apodaca Science Building

New app lets parents track child's school bus

McDonald running on 'overwhelming accomplishments'