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Do you ever cringe when scrolling on national news feeds or flicking on the local news in the morning? Is it me, or do the headlines and news articles seem more heinous and gruesome than ever before? … more
Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Economics at Ohio University Richard Vedder’s new book, “Restoring the Promise,” published by the Independent Institute based in Oakland, California, is … more
You might not have noticed unless you’ve been sleeping or on an extended vacation, we’ve got a new person sitting in the managing editor’s seat. Her name is Emily Weaver and to paraphrase … more
Recent news is riddled with proof that America’s soi-disant elites are the most venal, self-absorbed, sybaritic and utterly tone-deaf group since the French nobility of the 18th century. And the … more
If we are lucky, we all have significant birthdays in our lives. In reality, they are only numbers but these dates can cause us to reflect. Such is the case with this small town newspaper reporter as … more
This weekend was Mother’s Day, a day we take time to celebrate our mothers. For some, it may have meant spending time building a new craft for their mother, or running to the card store at late … more
Can you remember what the commencement speaker said at your graduation? We are in commencement “season” and platitudes aplenty will be spoken to graduates across our state. Most will be forgotten … more
It’s been just over 10 months since I fired myself as publisher of The Daily Record. As I wrote in my farewell column on June 29 of last year, “My family continues to own the paper, which my … more
“Don’t worry. He’s fine,” my son’s kindergartener teacher said to me over the phone when I picked up her call at 11 a.m. “You just need to take him to the hospital for a broken … more
This week is National Pet Week — always the first full week in May — as designated by the American Veterinary Medical Association, or AVMA. The AVMA is the organization almost all practicing … more
RALEIGH — Although the North Carolina House has approved its version of a biennial budget, there’s a lot that North Carolinians can’t yet know about how much will be spent, and on what, over … more
As my friend, Eddy, will tell me, no one cares about the fact you just recently enjoyed a mini vacation with the family — we have plenty of important issues to discuss and we would really like to … more
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