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The people, not the politicians, are the intended governors. The people govern by electing representatives to manage our civic affairs. When the people do not vote or when the impact of voting is … more
Dunn suffered a loss with the death Saturday of Billy Barfield. Mr. Barfield was 79, but you couldn’t tell it with the amount of service he performed, service he performed for others. First and … more
It’s sorely tempting to criticize Harnett Central High School Principal Cindy Gordon after she reportedly kicked a student out of a football game for wearing a Donald Trump shirt. But examining … more
The rains from Hurricane Florence have ended, and much of the flooding has receded. But the effects of this disaster, especially in the poverty-stricken eastern part of our state, will persist for … more
Our country has lost its collective mind, and it is time honest, hard-working, moral men and women did something to reverse the trend that is quickly spiralling out of control. Notice we said men … more
Judge Brett Kavanaugh, a 22-year veteran of the U.S. Court of Appeals, was sworn in as the newest justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in a quiet private ceremony on … more
A decade ago, a plan to widen Interstate 95 in North Carolina, and pay for the work with tolls, stoked an angry response that led to the plan’s demise. The image of toll booths turned radioactive. … more
In our experience, the toughest challenges can come when the storm is out of the headlines and life is starting to feel normal again for many. Caught a second wind? We’re going to need … more
As with any natural disaster, there are many unsung heroes including those men and women who work behind the scenes to make sure the rest of us are able to go about our business as best as … more
No matter how much time is spent on emergency-response training, simulations, etc., an actual storm will always be the best teacher. Hindsight is 20/20, the saying goes, but it’s still helpful … more
For those who have had enough of North Carolina’s mountains and shore, maybe the next thing to consider is a trip to the moon. Entrepreneur Elon Musk wants to make space tourism a thing; he … more
The General Assembly is returning to Raleigh for a special session [this] week, sooner than originally planned, to deal with Hurricane Florence. That turns out to be a good thing, because there are … more
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