Mountain Xpress is now accepting art, photos, essays and poetry from K-12 students for the 2018 Kids Issue. The deadline is Friday, Feb. 9. The theme: “Let’s fix it!”
Press release from the Glenville Area Historical Society: The Glenville Area Historical Society’s annual fall meeting scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 14, at 6 p.m. at the Glenville Community Center on Highway 107 in Glenville Village has been cancelled. The event will be rescheduled for a date later in September. The program remains the same and will […]
Dozens of kids from Western North Carolina will be representing the state at Mt. Hood Oregon this summer as they hone their skills as ski racers.
Welcome to the online version of part I of Xpress’ 2017 Kids Issue, our annual feature celebrating the creativity of this area’s K-12 students. This year, we asked kids and teens to focus on the theme of “What Matters to Me?”
On Tuesday, February 28th, 2017 supporters of Congressman Mark Meadows, R-NC11 and Chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, will gather at noon at the Congressman’s office at 200 North Grove Street, Suite #90 in Hendersonville, North Carolina.
Larry Leake will serve as a District Court Judge for Judicial District 24, which has jurisdiction in Avery, Madison, Mitchell, Watauga, and Yancey counties.
Each year, Xpress highlights the thoughtful and engaging creative work of area K-12 students in a special issue, which also includes listings of local and regional summer camps. The deadline to submit student work is Friday, Feb. 17.
“This holiday season, why don’t you consider a Gift with Meaning that will directly impact young children and families in Buncombe County.”
Members of the Jewish community are deeply committed to ensuring that everyone has the right to vote and have been dismayed by efforts in recent years in North Carolina to suppress the vote.
From Oct. 15 to Dec. 7, seniors and other beneficiaries have the chance to “elect” their Medicare coverage for 2017 during Medicare Open Enrollment.
“Our local investments in young children, their families and the early childhood system in Buncombe County are essential to the long-term success of our children,” said Amy Barry, Executive Director, Buncombe Partnership for Children, a partner in the Smart Start network.
“The Appalachian Barn Alliance hosts the Historic Barn Photo Contest each year in conjunction with the Madison County Fair.”
Camp Invention, the nation’s premier summer enrichment day camp program, is coming to Vance Elementary the week of June 13.
The public is invited to a Night of Music to benefit the Montessori Elementary School of Asheville as we prepare to build more classroom space for our growing school!
“As Rainbow students, we value Strive Not To Drive week as an opportunity to educate ourselves and our community on the environmental and health benefits of leaving that good old car in the driveway as much as possible.”
Stacie Goffin, a nationally renowned author and veteran advocate for the early childhood education field, will be the keynote speaker at an April 20 event in Asheville. Press release: Stacie Goffin, nationally renowned author and veteran advocate for the early childhood education field. What: NEXT: Emerging Leaders Institute, Smart Start of Buncombe County When: Wednesday, […]
The ultimate goal is the cross-culture exchange of knowledge and ideas for the betterment of health care for the rural population in India, especially for women and children.
“These volunteers make up the heart of the Asheville City Schools community and exemplify what it means to support educators and students in our schools.”
Buncombe County Republicans need volunteers to help get people registered to vote and work in the 80 polls for early voting, March 3–12, and the primary, March 15.
We can’t wait to see the art and writing submitted by local K-12 students for the 2016 Mountain Xpress Kids Issue!
Laronda Franklin, executive pageant director, says, “Our goal with the Miss North Carolina Plus America Pageant is to help build self-esteem, confidence and respect. We also want to educate the community as a whole to embrace plus-size women.”