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Expansion makes Foothills shooting range largest in Carolinas

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The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and Cleveland County partnered to construct several new shotgun ranges at the Foothills Public Shooting Complex at 283 Fielding Road in Cherryville.   Read Story »

Tags: guns | hunting | gun safety | shooting ranges

Henderson County News

Trainees will stop using South Mills River shooting range, officials say

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Responding to complaints from neighbors about a shooting range in the South Mills River area, law enforcement cadets will move to a new location for their training, the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office said.   Read Story »

Tags: guns | gun control | Second Amendment | shooting ranges

Henderson County News

Planning Board: Private gun ranges OK countywide

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Rebecca McCall has a vivid memory of gunfire that just missed going terribly wrong.   Read Story »

Tags: guns | Second Amendment | gun safety | shooting ranges

Henderson County News

Zoning board upholds decision that permits backyard gun range

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Although they may be annoying and intimidating, gunshots from a backyard shooting range are beyond the reach of regulation in Henderson County, the county’s Zoning Board of Adjustment decided after an emotionally charged 3½-hour hearing on Monday.   Read Story »

Tags: guns | Second Amendment | gun safety | shooting ranges

Henderson County News

Gun control advocates to stream 'A Hole in My Heart' this week

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“A Hole in My Heart,” an original production capturing the immeasurable grief of gun violence survivors, is available to stream through Sunday to mark National Gun Violence Survivors Week.   Read Story »

Tags: guns | gun control | gun safety

Henderson County News

Ruling revives lawsuit over toddler’s death

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A lawsuit by the parents of a toddler accidentally shot to death while in the care of an unlicensed daycare home has been revived by a state Supreme Court ruling.   Read Story »

Tags: guns | gun control | shootings | gun safety | daycare | child care

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

Lapsley was prepared if Deputy Hendrix's killer was on the loose

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After sharing the story of his recovery from a rare and life-threatening immune system disorder, Commissioner Bill Lapsley matched it with another dramatic story of preparing to defend his family against a potential violent criminal.   Read Story »

Tags: guns | Bill Lapsley | gun control | Second Amendment | Ryan Hendrix

Edneyville News

Deputies charge juvenile with shooting at Edneyville Community Center

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Henderson County sheriff's deputies charged a juvenile with a shooting Monday night that left the victim in Mission Hospital with a stomach wound, the sheriff's office said.   Read Story »

Tags: guns | shootings

Henderson County News

Police searching for murder suspect

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Hendersonville police officers are looking for a 22-year-old man they've charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of another man Thursday in Green Meadows.   Read Story »

Tags: guns | murder cases

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

Student-led March for Our Lives set for Saturday

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Tags: school shootings | guns | Parkland High School shootings | gun control

Henderson County News

Woman with gun being evaluated

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A woman who was taken into custody for having a gun on the campus of North Henderson High School and Apple Valley Middle School has been taken to Pardee Hospital for evaluation, the sheriff's spokesman said.   Read Story »

Tags: Apple Valley Middle School | North Henderson High School | guns

Hendersonville News

Meadows visits to promote Cops in Schools bill

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U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows, the newly elected congressman, had local law officers behind him as he chose a local elementary school classroom to announce his support for $30 million in federal spending on cops in classrooms.   Read Story »

Tags: school shootings | U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows | guns