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MAIN News Archives for November 2001

An open letter on the "Clean Smokestacks" bill, by Sen. Steve Metcalf and Rep. Martin Nesbitt
Sprawl threatens forests, wildlife
Public access TV: Get it while you can
Lawmakers mull new limits on public disclosure
Local TV news in crisis; Will deregulation help?
WNC Farmers Cited for River Protection
Heritage tourism to boost WNC economy?
Public access TV = engine for high-tech jobs
Opinion: Is terrorism creating a U.S. police state?
Sugar Plum Farms markets holiday spirit
Raleigh, Charlotte: Where cars rule
WCU in high-tech accord with UNC-Charlotte
Aircraft used to catch illegal hunters
Buncombe considers new cable deal
Easley names first Hispanic superior court judge
Nantahala blaze bedevils firefighters
MAIN loses a great friend
Opinion: Florida vote news buried
Canton mill regulations under fire
Opinion: Public access TV a huge opportunity
Spectacular meteor shower predicted
Arsonists cite boredom as spark for wildfires
Teachers eligible for low mortage rates
Opinion: Smart growth or dumb growth?
Swain, Madison fires continue to burn
"Cold Mountain" filming may go to Canada
Watauga wrestles with zoning
Hunger a growing problem in WNC
Worst wildfire season in a decade (map)
Buncombe may be nearing public access TV
Board advises more power for local government
New mayors seek regional cooperation
Conservatives denounce dissent
Mountain fires continue
Opinion: Patriotism & Corporate Welfare
Gorges, new state park near Sapphire
High-tech auditorium opens at BRCC
Internet sales tax vote looms in Senate
Drought worsens across N.C.
14 states approve green space funding
Moyers: Which America Will We Be Now?
Asheville featured in Los Angeles Times
N.C. set to toughen fake ID law
Broadband users returning to dial-up
Election reform report card
Opinion: Spare Us Idiot Tax Cuts
States may reject Microsoft settlement
New activist women's group forms
Six receive N.C.'s highest honor
Redistricting plan may end up in court
N.C. cities consider whitewater parks
Study finds Sept. 11 slant in Times, Post op-eds
WNC citizens worry about civil liberties
Albright speaks at Guilford
Asheville mayoral race gets personal