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Sheriff's office asks help locating 13-year-old runaway

Hendersonville Four Seasons Politics

Churches set Vigil for Civility ahead of Election Day

A partnership of churches is inviting the public to join in a new, civil discourse initiative, “With Malice Toward None – Live the Golden Rule,” this weekend ahead of the Nov. 3 election.   Read Story »

North Carolina News

Covid-19 cases remain steady in county while climbing statewide

Henderson County continues to see a steady number of positive number of positive tests of Covid-19 each day, although the numbers do not signify a surge in cases.   Read Story »

Moe Davis

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

People ‘are looking for experience and return to normalcy,’ Davis says

When he was a student at Appalachian State in Boone, Moe Davis's friends introduced him to a natural feature in the 11th Congressional District.   Read Story »

Madison Cawthorn

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

‘I want to get government power out of our lives,’ Cawthorn says

Madison Cawthorn, a native of Henderson County, has a compelling personal biography that starts with deep family roots in the mountains, veers into a horrific car crash at age 18 that nearly killed him and left him partially paralyzed and focused his ambition on what he describes as a need to “save my country.”   Read Story »

Someone in an oncoming car hurled a gallon jug of water that shattered the windshield of Andy Brogden's Jeep.

Mills River Four Seasons Politics

Gallon jug shatters windshield of Jeep flying Trump flag

Although Andy Brogden understands that "there's bad people on both sides" in one of the more tense election years in recent times, the physical attack he and his family survived went beyond stolen signs and defaced property.   Read Story »

Four Seasons Politics

Four Seasons Politics

Churches set Vigil for Civility ahead of Election Day

People ‘are looking for experience and return to normalcy,’ Davis says

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Community News


Artist to begin bee mural next week

Foundation announces Sauer Award winners

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Dana Business

Developer seeks OK for long-term care facilities

A developer has applied for a zoning permit to build a 53-bed one-story assisted living center and a three-story 80-bed independent living facility on McMurray Road off South Allen Road.   Read Story »

Hendersonville Four Seasons Politics

Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning

Don’t miss this week’s Hendersonville Lightning.   Read Story »

Etowah Life

First Contact plans 'Giddy-Up Fandango' on Saturday

First Contact Addiction Ministries is hosting a fundraising festival from 3 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, at Stony Brook Farms, a new event venue on 50 acres in Etowah.   Read Story »

Voter turnout already at 35 percent in county

Decimal point flub costs manufacturing plant $275,000 in property taxes


'No conspiracy' to help asphalt plant win rezoning permit, commissioner says

Commissioners name human services building for Charlie Messer

USDA official touts programs to boost farmers during pandemic

Redevelopment of historic Grey Mill wins economic development honor

Artist to begin bee mural next week