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In [a few] days, Christmas 2018 will arrive in all its finery. Between now and then, people will begin holding festive lunches with friends and family, round out their shopping, begin their cooking … more
The Dunn City Council voted to demolish the Westhaven pool and for the sake of the community it was the correct move to make, but there is a note of sadness in their action. The move to demolish the … more
Everyone involved in politics has bad days, when one’s interests conflict with one’s ideals. Some conservatives had a bad day on Tuesday when Google CEO Sundar Pachai appeared before Congress to … more
All journalists enjoy getting recognition for their work. But by nature and tradition, they’d much rather tell the story than be the story. What motivates reporters, from Maryland to Myanmar, is … more
Although the investigations of what went bad in the 9th Congressional District elections have only begun, we already know enough to be certain we need a new election. It’s clear that there was … more
It’s about two weeks until Christmas. Christmas should be a peaceful time, a holiday where many can reflect on the religious meaning of the season as well as enjoy time with family and … more
UNC-Chapel Hill’s Board of Trustees recently proposed a solution to the “Silent Sam” conundrum that sounds like a punch line to a bad joke. The board voted to build a $5.3 million University … more
If we’re looking for proof that we don’t know what we’ve got until it’s gone, the presidency of George Herbert Walker Bush makes the point. He set the gold standard for genuine human decency … more
It’s a sobering topic to consider, but an important one: American mortality rates are rising, along with overdose and suicide rates, according to three new government studies from the Centers for … more
With the passing of former President George Herbert Walker Bush on Friday, the last of the leaders of the “greatest generation” has left the national stage. His is a great loss, and the … more
Norman Wayne Naylor was a servant leader, someone who wanted to make a difference in his community and in the lives of others. By virtue of the life he lived, the public positions he held and the … more
This holiday season, Santa’s little helpers might come with a battery. While retailers across the country are beefing up seasonal hires to prepare for the holiday shopping apocalypse, Amazon is … more
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