Cover Design Credit: Emily Busey, Photograph courtesy North Carolina Collection, Pack Memorial Library

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Volume
19
/ Issue
16

Cover Design Credit:

Emily Busey, Photograph courtesy North Carolina Collection, Pack Memorial Library

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opinion

  • Election season ends

    -by Brent Brown
  • Polk County meth labs

    -by Molton
  • Weekly Asheville Disclaimer Page: 11/07/12

    -by Webmaster
    • City Council votes to keep construction cranes as part of permanent downtown skyline
  • Lost horizons

    -by Webmaster
    Asheville City Council members passed up a once-in-a-century chance to create a wonderful downtown green space when they gave the nod to McKibbon Corp.’s proposed hotel on a 4-2 vote.…
  • Have some compassion

    -by Webmaster
    With regard to David Hall’s Oct. 10 letter, “Panhandling: It’s Time for Some Change,” I would remind the writer and all readers that the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution,…
  • What’s the story, Xpress?

    -by Webmaster
    On Sept. 18, at a joint Legislature/City Council meeting, Rep. Chuck McGrady made it clear that a committee, led by Rep. Tim Moffitt, is considering seizing much more than just…
  • Ten Thousand thanks, Asheville

    -by Webmaster
    On behalf of the Bunyaad Oriental Rug Program at Ten Thousand Villages in Ephrata, Pa., and the 850 artisan families that we work with in Pakistan, we thank the greater…
  • There is no Planet B

    -by Webmaster
    I was born and raised in New York City, and my family and friends still live there. Hurricane Sandy rocked the city in a way I have never seen before.…
  • Kudos to A.R.T.

    -by Webmaster
    I commend Asheville Redefines Transit for being open to making changes in their newly instituted route changes. It is a good beginning, and I hope they continue to listen to…
  • Farewell, power plant

    -by Webmaster
    A year ago I relocated with my dog and cat from the Raleigh area to a wonderful home with a really great 5 acres of yard, gardens and woods in…
  • Good news for Asheville High School

    -by Webmaster
    I think the Asheville community should recognize and celebrate that the Asheville High School Men's Cross Country team won first place at the 3-A regional meet on Oct. 27. This…