Questions raised during the Newsmakers forum with some of Western North Carolina’s top forest and wildlife managers and advocates included queries about logging proposals, designated areas for recreational and hunting use and the use of tax-payer funds to support commercial logging operations.
In a race where the vast majority of WNC's state legislators kept their seats, Buncombe sent two incumbents home.
Even as some heated disputes played out in yesterday's election, 15 of 18 Western North Carolina counties will keep their top law officer in place.
Do you know where your precinct is? This year, North Carolina voters must go to their assigned polling location on Tuesday to cast their vote. Here's a quick-and-easy way for you to find out where your precinct is located.
On the cusp of the Nov. 4 election, the documents detail all of the candidates' receipts and expenditures for the third quarter of 2014, which saw a frenzy of fundraising in many districts.
Part Two in the Forest Lookouts series. Nearly every county in Western North Carolina is home to a portion of the Pisgah and Nantahala national forests. Spanning more than 1 million acres, the forests have innumerable economic, environmenta ...
Confused about who will be on your ballot? Here's a quick-and-easy way to look at your sample ballot before you cast your vote.
This story launches an in-depth reporting project from Carolina Public Press about the future of the Pisgah and Nantahala national forests which are undergoing an extensive re-planning process that will ultimately oversee more than 1 millio ...
The meetings, which will be held throughout October and November in locations across Western North Carolina, will provide information about the proposed Forest Plan, including potential management areas and desired conditions.