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 Sattorius Uddyback, rear left, helps cousin Taekwon Griffin with his bow tie at their West Asheville home before the Asheville High prom, on Saturday, May 16, 2015.

Sattorius Uddyback, rear left, helps cousin Taekwon Griffin with his bow tie at their West Asheville home before the Asheville High prom, on Saturday, May 16, 2015.

 Catherine Cruz watches the crowd as her father, Senator Ted Cruz, takes a moment of silence to respect the late Justice Antonin Scalia during his event in Columbia following the South Carolina Republican presidential primary, on Saturday night, Feb. 20, 2016. 

Catherine Cruz watches the crowd as her father, Senator Ted Cruz, takes a moment of silence to respect the late Justice Antonin Scalia during his event in Columbia following the South Carolina Republican presidential primary, on Saturday night, Feb. 20, 2016. 

 Birdie Jones, center, daughter of Minnie Jones, the longtime Asheville activist who died in February, sits with other family and friends during the memorial service for her mother at Nazareth First Baptist Missionary Church in Asheville, N.C., on Tuesday, March 17, 2015.

Birdie Jones, center, daughter of Minnie Jones, the longtime Asheville activist who died in February, sits with other family and friends during the memorial service for her mother at Nazareth First Baptist Missionary Church in Asheville, N.C., on Tuesday, March 17, 2015.

 U.S. Rep. John D. Dingell prepares for a press conference after announcing his retirement from Congress at the Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber, on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014. Dingell, 88, was serving Michigan's 12th district, served in the U.S. House for 30 consecutive terms, the longest running member in history, and was Dean of the House. 

U.S. Rep. John D. Dingell prepares for a press conference after announcing his retirement from Congress at the Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber, on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014. Dingell, 88, was serving Michigan's 12th district, served in the U.S. House for 30 consecutive terms, the longest running member in history, and was Dean of the House. 

 Tom Orr, left, Joe Waldroup, Roy Grooms and Robert Jordan sit outside Time-Out gas station in Robbinsville, N.C., on Wednesday night, Aug. 27, 2014. Waldroup and Grooms are both former moonshine makers, and Grooms appears on the Discovery Channel show "Moonshiners". They both continue to work construction jobs here and there, they said. "The smartest people that come from Graham County are the ones who graduated and got out of here," Waldroup said of the county with limited jobs. Robbinsville's main industry, Stanley Furniture, closed in July, putting more than 400 people from the region out of work. 

Tom Orr, left, Joe Waldroup, Roy Grooms and Robert Jordan sit outside Time-Out gas station in Robbinsville, N.C., on Wednesday night, Aug. 27, 2014. Waldroup and Grooms are both former moonshine makers, and Grooms appears on the Discovery Channel show "Moonshiners". They both continue to work construction jobs here and there, they said. "The smartest people that come from Graham County are the ones who graduated and got out of here," Waldroup said of the county with limited jobs. Robbinsville's main industry, Stanley Furniture, closed in July, putting more than 400 people from the region out of work. 

 A participant flips into an ice pool during the 4th annual Mad Mountain Mud Run in Hendersonville's Balfour Park, Saturday, May 30, 2015. More than 1,000 runners compete in muddy obstacles over a three-mile course. 

A participant flips into an ice pool during the 4th annual Mad Mountain Mud Run in Hendersonville's Balfour Park, Saturday, May 30, 2015. More than 1,000 runners compete in muddy obstacles over a three-mile course. 

 Skiers and snowboarders enjoy the fresh powder on the slopes at Wolf Ridge Ski Resort in Wolf Laurel, N.C., on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. The resort offers half-off tickets and rentals on snow days, bringing many adventurous snow lovers out to the mountain.

Skiers and snowboarders enjoy the fresh powder on the slopes at Wolf Ridge Ski Resort in Wolf Laurel, N.C., on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. The resort offers half-off tickets and rentals on snow days, bringing many adventurous snow lovers out to the mountain.

 Robin Marks, left, and Mike Miller wait for customers to play the cork gun game on opening day of the 2014 North Carolina Mountain State Fair in Fletcher at the WNC Agricultural Center.

Robin Marks, left, and Mike Miller wait for customers to play the cork gun game on opening day of the 2014 North Carolina Mountain State Fair in Fletcher at the WNC Agricultural Center.

 Aurora Garcia, left, is comforted by a friend before the beginning of a vigil for her nephew Andreas DeJesus, who was shot and killed on Sunday afternoon, May 4, 2014, on West Vernor in Southwest Detroit. DeJesus, 19, was shot in the heart by another male teenager during the 50th annual Cinco de Mayo parade. Family and friends gathered at the corner of Vernor and Ferdinand to light candles and mourn the loss of a son, nephew, boyfriend and friend.

Aurora Garcia, left, is comforted by a friend before the beginning of a vigil for her nephew Andreas DeJesus, who was shot and killed on Sunday afternoon, May 4, 2014, on West Vernor in Southwest Detroit. DeJesus, 19, was shot in the heart by another male teenager during the 50th annual Cinco de Mayo parade. Family and friends gathered at the corner of Vernor and Ferdinand to light candles and mourn the loss of a son, nephew, boyfriend and friend.

 Richard Cox, an Army veteran from Wilmington, N.C., pauses on Asheville's Patton Avenue as he crutches his way up to a day shelter early Wednesday morning, Jan. 7, 2015. Cox injured his knee from a fall, fracturing it in three places. He's trying to find a primary care doctor, but being homeless and new to Asheville is proving it difficult for him to find help. 

Richard Cox, an Army veteran from Wilmington, N.C., pauses on Asheville's Patton Avenue as he crutches his way up to a day shelter early Wednesday morning, Jan. 7, 2015. Cox injured his knee from a fall, fracturing it in three places. He's trying to find a primary care doctor, but being homeless and new to Asheville is proving it difficult for him to find help. 

Sattorius Uddyback, rear left, helps cousin Taekwon Griffin with his bow tie at their West Asheville home before the Asheville High prom, on Saturday, May 16, 2015.

Catherine Cruz watches the crowd as her father, Senator Ted Cruz, takes a moment of silence to respect the late Justice Antonin Scalia during his event in Columbia following the South Carolina Republican presidential primary, on Saturday night, Feb. 20, 2016. 

Birdie Jones, center, daughter of Minnie Jones, the longtime Asheville activist who died in February, sits with other family and friends during the memorial service for her mother at Nazareth First Baptist Missionary Church in Asheville, N.C., on Tuesday, March 17, 2015.

U.S. Rep. John D. Dingell prepares for a press conference after announcing his retirement from Congress at the Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber, on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014. Dingell, 88, was serving Michigan's 12th district, served in the U.S. House for 30 consecutive terms, the longest running member in history, and was Dean of the House. 

Tom Orr, left, Joe Waldroup, Roy Grooms and Robert Jordan sit outside Time-Out gas station in Robbinsville, N.C., on Wednesday night, Aug. 27, 2014. Waldroup and Grooms are both former moonshine makers, and Grooms appears on the Discovery Channel show "Moonshiners". They both continue to work construction jobs here and there, they said. "The smartest people that come from Graham County are the ones who graduated and got out of here," Waldroup said of the county with limited jobs. Robbinsville's main industry, Stanley Furniture, closed in July, putting more than 400 people from the region out of work. 

A participant flips into an ice pool during the 4th annual Mad Mountain Mud Run in Hendersonville's Balfour Park, Saturday, May 30, 2015. More than 1,000 runners compete in muddy obstacles over a three-mile course. 

Skiers and snowboarders enjoy the fresh powder on the slopes at Wolf Ridge Ski Resort in Wolf Laurel, N.C., on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. The resort offers half-off tickets and rentals on snow days, bringing many adventurous snow lovers out to the mountain.

Robin Marks, left, and Mike Miller wait for customers to play the cork gun game on opening day of the 2014 North Carolina Mountain State Fair in Fletcher at the WNC Agricultural Center.

Aurora Garcia, left, is comforted by a friend before the beginning of a vigil for her nephew Andreas DeJesus, who was shot and killed on Sunday afternoon, May 4, 2014, on West Vernor in Southwest Detroit. DeJesus, 19, was shot in the heart by another male teenager during the 50th annual Cinco de Mayo parade. Family and friends gathered at the corner of Vernor and Ferdinand to light candles and mourn the loss of a son, nephew, boyfriend and friend.

Richard Cox, an Army veteran from Wilmington, N.C., pauses on Asheville's Patton Avenue as he crutches his way up to a day shelter early Wednesday morning, Jan. 7, 2015. Cox injured his knee from a fall, fracturing it in three places. He's trying to find a primary care doctor, but being homeless and new to Asheville is proving it difficult for him to find help. 

 Sattorius Uddyback, rear left, helps cousin Taekwon Griffin with his bow tie at their West Asheville home before the Asheville High prom, on Saturday, May 16, 2015.
 Catherine Cruz watches the crowd as her father, Senator Ted Cruz, takes a moment of silence to respect the late Justice Antonin Scalia during his event in Columbia following the South Carolina Republican presidential primary, on Saturday night, Feb. 20, 2016. 
 Birdie Jones, center, daughter of Minnie Jones, the longtime Asheville activist who died in February, sits with other family and friends during the memorial service for her mother at Nazareth First Baptist Missionary Church in Asheville, N.C., on Tuesday, March 17, 2015.
 U.S. Rep. John D. Dingell prepares for a press conference after announcing his retirement from Congress at the Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber, on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014. Dingell, 88, was serving Michigan's 12th district, served in the U.S. House for 30 consecutive terms, the longest running member in history, and was Dean of the House. 
 Tom Orr, left, Joe Waldroup, Roy Grooms and Robert Jordan sit outside Time-Out gas station in Robbinsville, N.C., on Wednesday night, Aug. 27, 2014. Waldroup and Grooms are both former moonshine makers, and Grooms appears on the Discovery Channel show "Moonshiners". They both continue to work construction jobs here and there, they said. "The smartest people that come from Graham County are the ones who graduated and got out of here," Waldroup said of the county with limited jobs. Robbinsville's main industry, Stanley Furniture, closed in July, putting more than 400 people from the region out of work. 
 A participant flips into an ice pool during the 4th annual Mad Mountain Mud Run in Hendersonville's Balfour Park, Saturday, May 30, 2015. More than 1,000 runners compete in muddy obstacles over a three-mile course. 
 Skiers and snowboarders enjoy the fresh powder on the slopes at Wolf Ridge Ski Resort in Wolf Laurel, N.C., on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. The resort offers half-off tickets and rentals on snow days, bringing many adventurous snow lovers out to the mountain.
 Robin Marks, left, and Mike Miller wait for customers to play the cork gun game on opening day of the 2014 North Carolina Mountain State Fair in Fletcher at the WNC Agricultural Center.
 Aurora Garcia, left, is comforted by a friend before the beginning of a vigil for her nephew Andreas DeJesus, who was shot and killed on Sunday afternoon, May 4, 2014, on West Vernor in Southwest Detroit. DeJesus, 19, was shot in the heart by another male teenager during the 50th annual Cinco de Mayo parade. Family and friends gathered at the corner of Vernor and Ferdinand to light candles and mourn the loss of a son, nephew, boyfriend and friend.
 Richard Cox, an Army veteran from Wilmington, N.C., pauses on Asheville's Patton Avenue as he crutches his way up to a day shelter early Wednesday morning, Jan. 7, 2015. Cox injured his knee from a fall, fracturing it in three places. He's trying to find a primary care doctor, but being homeless and new to Asheville is proving it difficult for him to find help.