Category: Government

Facts from the Front – November 2016

by Moe White – Mississippi A black church in Greenville, Mississippi was burned one week before the presidential election. Investigators have strong indications it was Read more »

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Decision 2016

by Johnnie Grant Making a Choice That Matters Voting is a fundamental process that keeps our system of government working. As with every election the Read more »

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Other Candidates Vying for President

by Moe White For those who don’t like Clinton or Trump, there’s always Libertarian Gary Johnson or Green Party nominee Jill Stein (Johnson is on Read more »

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Coleman Seeks Lt. Gov. Office Again

By Cash Michaels North Carolina families aren’t being treated fairly by this economy, or their state government, says Linda Coleman, who is running once again Read more »

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Dan Blue III for State Treasurer

By Cash Michaels Most people who know Daniel Blue III agree that he is disciplined, studied, principled, and one of the sharpest people in or Read more »

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Judicial Candidates Vie for State’s High Courts

By Cash Michaels As the pivotal November 8th general election draws near, with Early Voting beginning Thursday, October 20 and ending Saturday, Nov. 5, voters Read more »

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Born in the USA? You Don’t Have to Be!

By Nelda Holder – As has been drummed into our heads for the past eight years, the president of the United States of America must Read more »

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City to Hold Bond Expos

The City of Asheville will hold a series of informational Bond Expos in October, with presentations led by Mayor Esther Manheimer. A question-and-answer session will Read more »

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2016 Buncombe County Early Voting Dates & Times

2016 General Election – October 20 through November 5, 2016 Week 1 Thursday, October 20 through Wednesday, October 26 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Read more »

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County Tax Reappraisal Has Begun

All counties in North Carolina are required to revalue property periodically. Buncombe County attempts to maintain a four-year reappraisal schedule. The last reappraisal in Buncombe Read more »

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