Archive for March 2009

The New Economy: Where Do We Go From Here?

  by Stack Kenny After a whirlwind first eight weeks in office, President Barack Obama’s new administration has laid  out a general outline for a Read more »

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The Federal Stimulus Package

by Moe White The stimulus package of almost $800 billion is designed to pump money through the entire economy, like jump-starting a dead engine. The Read more »

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Buncombe GOP Chairman to Run for State Vice-Chair

Dr. Timothy F. Johnson, Buncombe County Republican Party Chairman Staff reports Buncombe County Republican Party Chairman, Dr. Timothy F. Johnson, has announced that he will Read more »

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Where the Recovery Dollars Are Going

The following is a partial list of funding from the federal stimulus package, the “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act,” including agencies to help you become Read more »

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How Do You Put God Into This Picture?

by Reverend Dr. Russell B. Hilliard, Sr. Our youngest daughter Rebecca, a middle-school guidance counselor, spent one day recently in an elementary school with the Read more »

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National Oral History Project Storycorps Comes to Asheville

Staff reports StoryCorps is a national initiative to document the history and unique stories of everyday Americans. The independent nonprofit works in partnership with National Read more »

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Hot 8 Brass Band: Performs March 20

Staff reports Community displacement in historically black neighborhoods isn’t always the result of federal acts or city planning. New Orleans is redefining its historical black Read more »

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Grants Will Help Serve State Residents and Create Jobs

Staff reports Acting to strengthen the health care safety net for the growing number of Americans in need, President Barack Obama and Senator Kay Hagan Read more »

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NAMI Offers Free Education for Families of Mentally Ill

Staff reports NAMI Family-to-Family, a free 12-week class for relatives of individuals diagnosed with a severe mental illness, will be offered in Asheville from 6:30 Read more »

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