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William Barber bringing 'Poor People's' campaign to Hendersonville

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

Cooper appoints District Court judge

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Henderson County News

⚡️ REVIEW: They're pickin' and the audience is a'grinnin'

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Henderson County News

⚡️ VOTER GUIDE: One-stop voting hours

One-stop voting is under way at the Board of Elections office, 75 East Central Street (off Spartanburg Highway behind O’Reilly Auto Parts).   Read Story »

Dr. James Volk, in a Lightning file photo from January 2018.

Hendersonville Life

James Volk, pediatrician, volunteer and city's 'First Man,' dies at age 72

Dr. James Volk, a pediatrician who expanded children’s medical care in Hendersonville and treated hundreds of patients during numerous medical missions abroad, volunteered in civic endeavors at home and stood steadfast with Mayor Barbara Volk as Hendersonville’s First Gentleman, died early Saturday of pancreatic cancer. He was 72.   Read Story »

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

⚡️ VOTER GUIDE: N.C. appellate court judges

Voters will elect one state Supreme Court justice and fill three Court of Appeals seats in the Nov. 6 election.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

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William Barber bringing 'Poor People's' campaign to Hendersonville

Cooper appoints District Court judge

⚡️ VOTER GUIDE: N.C. appellate court judges

⚡️ VOTER GUIDE: School Board

⚡️ VOTER GUIDE: Board of Commissioners

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Henderson County News

KnollsCam: Back-scratching bears, pole dancing bears, critters drinking, oh my

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Stacey Caskey and Jay Egolf during a light moment at School Board forum.

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

⚡️ VOTER GUIDE: School Board

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Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

⚡️ VOTER GUIDE: Board of Commissioners

For the first time in many several cycles, voters in Republican-dominant Henderson County will elect a county commissioner in the general election. Also on the ballot without opposition are Republicans William G. Lapsley, the incumbent, and Rebecca McCall, who won the Republican primary for the seat held by Commissioner Tommy Thompson, who is retiring.   Read Story »

⚡️ VOTER GUIDE: House District 113 Q&A

⚡️ VOTER GUIDE: House District 117 Q&A

⚡️ VOTER GUIDE: Senate District 48 Q&A

County's polling site was busiest in state on opening day of early voting

NCDOT presents revised Kanuga plan Oct. 30

ZONING BOARD DENIES PERMIT FOR DRUG TREATMENT FACILITY

Senator questions county native's experience in Senate Judiciary Committee hearing

LOCAL BRIEFS: Honoring Etheredge, Train Tales, tractor pull

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