Category: Government

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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Asheville Regional Transit Committee Retreat

The annual Transit Committee Retreat is scheduled for Friday, October 21, 2016 between 9am and 3pm. The retreat will be held at the Buncombe County Read more »

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Voting Gears Up in North Carolina

In early August, the Supreme Court refused to overturn the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that threw out most of the 2013 NC Voter Read more »

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Local Democrats Stand Up for Clinton

Three Buncombe County elected officials—Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer, State Senator Terry van Duyn, and State Representative Susan Fisher—held a joint news conference on Monday, Sept. Read more »

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That’s the Ticket!

By Nelda Holder – Voting officially began in North Carolina on Friday, September 9, when the first mail-in ballots became available to the public—a national Read more »

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