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While the weather event fell short of initial expectations, its impact on the Swannanoa Valley was substantial. [Read More]
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The forecast pushed Black Mountain's parade back a week, but its annual Holly Jolly celebration spread cheer through the town on Dec. 7. [Read More]
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Annual Deck the Trees fundraiser provides heating for hundreds in the Swannanoa Valley... [Read More]
A week after Florence made landfall on the coast of North Carolina, evacuees at Christmount in Black Mountain face uncertainty as they return home... [Read More]
Bruce Ganger examines the implications of hunger in the community in his latest column for Hunger Action Month... [Read More]
T'Monde brings the bayou to the mountains... [Read More]
In his weekly column As the Crow Flies, Ben Fortson talks about tall tales and tobacco... [Read More]
Mountain Faith Band pays a visit to Black Mountain Primary to promote literacy through song-writing... [Read More]
Around 350 runners participated in Rock the Quarry on Sept. 15 as Tropical Depression Florence made its way across the state... [Read More]
Montreat College's degree-seeking enrollment on its traditional campus this semester is the highest on record in the school's 103-year history. [Read More]
After an appearance in the state championship meet last year, the young core of the Warlassies cross country team looks to return... [Read More]
With rain from Tropical Depression Florence soaking eastern Buncombe County on Sunday, Black Mountain prepares for more. [Read More]
Mobile home park residents moved to temporary shelter as waters are expected to keep rising. [Read More]
Around 350 runners showed up to run the 11th annual Rock the Quarry Trail Challenge 5K and Kids Fun Run at Grove Stone & Sand... [Read More]
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