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April 24, 2014, No comments

Reports show that there have been more TV ads run in North Carolina this election season than any other election in the country. What could it mean for voter turnout?

Swain County, N.C., map courtesy of the U.S. Census Bureau, via Wikipedia

Inside WNC: Swain County

April 24, 2014, No comments

Inside WNC is a permanent feature from Carolina Public Press that profiles each of the 18 westernmost counties of North Carolina. This is your guide, ...

Early voting, 2012. Colby Rabon/Carolina Public Press

Early voting starts Thursday; here are the locations across WNC

April 23, 2014, No comments

Early voting begins Thursday and continues through May 3, with the primary to be held on May 6. Here are all the early voting locations for each of th ...

Duke Energy North Carolina State President Paul Newton talks to reporters after a legislative hearing Tuesday concerning the state's coal ash sites. Kirk Ross/Carolina Public Press

As likelihood of new NC coal ash legislation increases, so do questions about Asheville ponds, nearby groundwater

April 23, 2014, No comments

New legislation including tighter coal ash disposal regulations and cleanup requirements is growing more likely as lawmakers prepare to return to Rale ...

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    Inside WNC: Rutherford County
    April 23, 2014, No comments

    This is your guide, including direct links, to Rutherfordton and Rutherford County's elected officials, key agencies and departments, plus information on the county’s wages, housing, education and more.

  • Polk County, N.C., map courtesy of the U.S. Census Bureau, via Wikipedia.
    Inside WNC: Polk County
    April 22, 2014, No comments

    This is your guide, including direct links, to Polk County and Columbus's elected officials, key agencies and departments, plus information on the county’s wages, housing, education and more.

  • Mitchell County, N.C., map courtesy of the U.S. Census Bureau, via Wikipedia
    Inside WNC: Mitchell County
    April 17, 2014, No comments

    This is your guide to Bakersville, Spruce Pine and Mitchell County, including direct links to elected officials, key agencies and departments, plus information on the county’s wages, housing, education and more.