Board of adjustments overturns asphalt plant permit denial
Locals pitch in to help flood battered eastern NC
They’re ‘Outrageously’ good
Senior Night: Huskies host North Wilkes
Hardin advances to state championship
- Board of adjustments overturns asphalt plant permit denial - 7:13 pm
- Locals pitch in to help flood battered eastern NC - 12:00 pm
- They’re ‘Outrageously’ good - 9:25 am
- Poe named Ag ‘Student of the Month’ - 2:43 pm
- Rolling through Ashe County - 1:36 pm
- Lessons from the ‘ultimate cheapskate’ - 9:50 am
- Court records: Hopkins free to return to Tennessee until day in court - 9:47 pm
- Here’s who’s scheduled to be in district court this week - 6:59 pm
- Mount Jefferson State Natural Area celebrates 60th anniversary - 4:00 pm
- Farming remains backbone of local economy - 1:20 pm
- A new queen is crowned - 12:45 am
- They’re ‘Outrageously’ good - 4:00 pm
- Connecting the High Country - 2:30 pm
- Squaring off: Local candidates debate at Farm Bureau forum - 8:49 pm
- US-221 reopens in Deep Gap - 10:59 am
- Here’s who’s scheduled to be in district court - 5:12 pm
- Fleetwood man killed in Sunday crash - 4:09 pm
- Tattoo hopes arise with move to Jefferson - 4:57 pm
- West Jefferson man charged with sex offense - 11:40 am
- Deliberations set for asphalt plant appeal hearing - 10:37 pm
- Clinton jumps to new lead in N.C., Cooper ahead of McCrory - 6:52 pm
- ‘I Stand With Hoppy’ - 2:51 pm
- The next best thing - 2:15 pm
- Dried up: Harris sees dream of tattoo shop in West Jefferson die with board’s vote - 6:58 pm
- Sept. 23-30 Arrest Report - 1:14 pm updated: 1:19 pm.
- Yearick earns contract extension - 3:05 pm
- County votes 5-0 to adopt high impact land use ordinance - 12:12 pm
- No budget woes for Animal Control - 11:56 am
- Civil suit provides additional details about previous Hopkins shooting - 2:07 pm updated: 8:33 pm.
- Hopkins, former ACSO deputy charged with murder posts $250,000 bond - 2:58 pm updated: 3:35 pm.
- Miller earns Nashville honor - 1:26 pm
- Hopkins charged in Shatley shooting - 12:29 pm updated: 10:10 pm.
- School board looks to ease concerns over new middle school - 8:59 pm
- Letter: Hammer’s attorney could help him receive yet another murder charge - 5:56 pm
- ‘We need rain’ - 1:15 pm
- Injuries light in two car crash - 9:19 am updated: 9:22 am.
- Here’s who’s scheduled to be in district court this week - 1:41 pm
- N.C. voters oppose HB2, razor-thin margins in governor, U.S. Senate races - 12:23 pm
- Sept. 10-20 Arrest Report - 10:05 pm
- McCrory: Gas pipeline bypassed - 11:43 am
- Remembering Hurricane Hugo - 7:46 pm
- Price gouging law in effect for gas: What it means for NC consumers - 1:38 pm
- County to implement backup 911 center - 12:26 pm
- Sheriff’s office welcomes newest investigator - 11:51 am
- For love of dust and rust - 11:50 am
- Here’s who’s scheduled to be in district court this week - 11:38 am
- Pie on the Mountain plans beer sales - 11:15 am
- Asphalt Plant Update: Public hearing for ‘high impact’ ordinance to be held Oct. 3 - 10:46 am
- Horton charged in weekend stabbing - 3:31 pm updated: 3:51 pm.
- County prepares to finalize HILU ordinance - 11:21 am
Farming remains backbone of local economy
WEST JEFFERSON-Even with the effects of a national recession still being felt on the home front, agriculture remains a viable industry in Ashe County....
A new queen is crowned
Nathan Ham | Jefferson Post - Ashe County High School has a new Homecoming Queen. Sydney Kate Grubb was crowned in front of her friends and family on ...
They’re ‘Outrageously’ good
ASHE COUNTY —The results are in for this year’s “Outrageously” Good Customer Service awards which recognizes those who have go...
Connecting the High Country
WEST JEFFERSON-Envision a hiking trail that runs across the tops of some of the most recognizable peaks in the High Country, an off-the-beaten-path pa...
Squaring off: Local candidates debate at Farm Bureau forum
JEFFERSON-Continuing to champion the successes of agriculture on both the local and state level while creating more opportunities for small farmers th...
US-221 reopens in Deep Gap
DEEP GAP-Officials said Tuesday morning US-221 in Deep Gap resumed normal operations around 10:40 a.m. Oct. 11.That’s according to Ashe County E...
Hardin advances to state championship
ELKIN – Ashe County senior Sarah Hardin accomplished something no other golfer in ACHS history had ever been able to achieve. Hardin qualified f...
Youth football playoff schedule released
WEST JEFFERSON — The playoff schedule has been updated for this Saturday’s opening round of youth football playoff action.First and second...
Huskies compete in River Run Invitational
DOBSON — The Ashe County cross country team put on another good showing at the River Run Invitational last week at Fisher River Park in Dobson.T...
AMH Foundation holds annual golf tournament
JEFFERSON — The Ashe Memorial Hospital Foundation’s 22nd annual Frank M. James Memorial Golf Tournament was held on Thursday, Sept. 19 at ...
VIDEO: Huskies vs. Blackhawks football
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Huskies fall to Cardinals on Homecoming
WEST JEFFERSON — East Wilkes played spoiler for Ashe County’s Homecoming on Friday night with a 54-21 victory over the Huskies. The first quart...
Makings of blue wave in North Carolina?
The country has been in a cycle of wave elections since 2006. The only exception was 2012. However, while a GOP wave hit the rest of the nation in 201...
Why Democrats could benefit from a Trump victory
Most Democrats are happy that Donald Trump’s campaign is stumbling.But some, looking at the long term, might think that a Trump win next month w...
Hunger in North Carolina: The latest scandalous numbers
Every night, people in almost 630,000 North Carolina households don’t have enough to eat. North Carolina has the 8th highest rate of food insecu...
We need three
Early voting begins on October 20 and voters have a golden opportunity to fill three seats on the Board of Commission (BOC) with folks who actually ha...
NC’s plummeting commitment to higher ed is a recipe for economic disaster
Access to affordable postsecondary education is important to building a workforce in North Carolina that attracts and retains good-paying jobs across ...
Presidential Candidates Mislead Voters
RALEIGH — In 1653, an Anglican clergyman named William Lee had an idea. Watching his family members work constantly with their knitting needles,...