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Times-News (Hendersonville, North Carolina)

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Times-News (Hendersonville, North Carolina)

Front cover on February 28, 2012
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner Halifax Media Group
Publisher Ned Cowan
Editor Diane Norman
Founded 1881
Headquarters 106 Henderson Crossing
Hendersonville, NC, 28792
United States
Official website

The Times-News is the daily newspaper for Hendersonville, North Carolina, and its surrounding area. It has served Henderson, Transylvania and Polk counties in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina since 1881.

In December 1985, it became an A.M. paper and added a Sunday edition. With a daily circulation of approximately 15,000, the Times-News averages about 40,000 readers per day.

In May 2007, it relaunched its website (formerly known as as

The Times-News is owned by Halifax Media Group.[1]


  • Ned Cowan - Publisher
  • Diane Norman - Managing Editor
  • Reporters - Than Axtell, Leigh Kelley, Mark Schulman, Emily Weaver and Joey Millwood


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