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Thanks To Community Effort, Old Glory Flies At Davidson River Cemetery

By Michel Robertson On a beautiful spring morning under a clear blue sky, dozens of spectators gazed upward as veterans raised the American flag over the Davidson River Cemetery, accompanied by tenor...

 

Hog Hyperbole

Recently, in a federal court in eastern North Carolina, a jury unanimously ruled that Murphy-Brown/Smithfield Foods “substantially and unreasonably interfered with the plaintiffs’ use and enjoyment of their property.” The 10 plaintiffs were...

 

Allow President To Be Vindicated

Our president has repeatedly said that he has done nothing wrong and therefore has nothing to hide. We should take him at his word and allow the Mueller investigation to vindicate his assertions. Only those who believe the president is lying fear...

 

Support Kristi Brown

I write today in support of our Clerk of Superior Court, Kristi Brown, for the May 8 election. I don’t know if you’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Brown. If not, I would urge you to do so. She is one of the most cordial, caring and...

 

Collective Negligence On Courthouse Decision

A review of county website information about the courthouse relocation shows that the 2008 studies used to make the decision are out-of-date and biased, especially about predicted caseloads and space requirements. There was no significant...

 
 By Keith Parker    Opinion    May 7, 2018

True Education Versus Subtle Indoctrination

Over the past years I have watched with interest in, and increasing horror over, the attacks on education in our land. Often subtle, at times aggressive, these attacks continue to be supposedly “justified” by lawmakers and politicians. The strike...

 

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