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Merit: For the Fayettteville Police Department’s Lt. John Somerindyke and his Special Victims Unit, which arrested and charged a suspect with committing a string of rapes that terrified residents … more

Proposed Amendments

The General Assembly really wants to amend the state constitution. Legislators really want to get their words on the ballot, so you can ratify them in November and allow those words to permit … more

Let’s All Take

In many ways, the world started over Monday morning as students headed back to the classroom for the beginning of the 2018-19 school year. As we look forward to the crisp days of autumn, to a … more

Farewell,

Decency. Courage. Honor and valor. Sen. John McCain evokes these positive qualities and many more. He’ll be remembered for them, and for his love of country, long after other names in this era are … more

Welcome Back Students

Today marks the start of another school year in our area. Bells this morning welcomed tens of thousands of students to the classroom for 190 days of study. The Daily Record would like to wish … more

Tar Heel Editors Speak Out

When demonstrators pulled Silent Sam from his perch Monday night, the University of North Carolina joined an ignoble list of colleges where peaceful protest gives way to lawlessness and mob rule. ... … more

Catholic Church Must Take Action

It’s hard to overstate the devastating consequences of the latest child sexual abuse scandal to rock the Catholic Church. More than 1,000 youths were abused by over 300 priests in Pennsylvania, … more

VA Chief’s Approach To Change Just Might Work

Robert Wilkie agreed to take on one of the toughest jobs in Washington. Maybe the toughest. Unlike some of his fellow Trump cabinet members, Wilkie wasn’t hired to dismantle a reasonably … more

Coming Together Through Football

Last night [Friday, Aug. 17] marked the opening of the 2018 high school football season, which can be a special time, as communities can really come together in support of the boys on the … more

Tar Heel Editors Speak Out

Do you remember the last time you attended a public meeting? Did you vote in the last local election? Do you feel as though you are knowledgeable about what our legislators are doing in Washington, … more

Privatize State’s Wasteful Liquor Sales Monopoly

North Carolina’s Prohibition-era government monopoly on liquor sales may face its most formidable challenge in decades after last week’s scathing state audit showed widespread waste and … more

‘Unite The Right’ Fizzles

“Unite the Right 2,” the white supremacist rally held in Washington, D.C., on Sunday, was a dud. So is the philosophy that motivated it. We appreciate that the rally fizzled and that no one was … more
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