Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: My mom subscribes to your paper and shares each paper with me. I was born in Erwin in 1958, then moved to Wilmington in 1984 due to a job opportunity. Love The Daily Record. Keep up … more
To the editor: I am writing to express concern over the suggested movement of the Silent Sam statue to Harnett County. The Confederates were nothing more than domestic terrorists who took up … more
To the editor: It is abundantly clear that our freshman N.C. Sen. Jim Burgin has so soon lost touch with the people of Harnett. Perhaps the drive from Harnett to the North Carolina General … more
To the editor: I subscribe to your paper, and am not one to write letters to the editor; however, I have been really disappointed in the topics of discussion over the past few months in your … more
To the editor: This government shutdown goes on day after day with people working, but getting no pay, wondering how they will pay their bills while our so-called leaders dig in their heels. … more
Movie column is a spoiler To the editor: I’m originally from your area and love reading The Daily Record but after reading several movie reviews by Mr. [Eddy] Friedfeld, I have to say I’m … more
Will the food chain be broken To the editor: The public should wake up now. If people think there was a food shortage after the hurricanes went by, just wait until lawyers outside the state and … more
To the editor: I am writing this letter in the hopes that it is published so that a local business can be recognized for their caring, thoughtful and continued support after a needless tragedy … more
To the editor, Atlantic Coast Pipeline, is it safe? One may ask why are families against this pipeline? Well, here are two reasons: Corrosion. The coats on these pipes is supposed to reduce … more
To the editor: Recently Orange County District Judge Scarlett compared Silent Sam to Hitler and by extension the human suffering of slaves to that of the Holocaust. Based upon her remarks, it is … more
You Need To Have A Will The death of a loved one is hard for any and everyone affected by it but what’s even harder is dying and not knowing who or where your possessions will go to. It is … more
Appreciates Kindness During Evacuation I write you while sitting in the wonderful, new Hampton Inn in Benson. My wife and I arrived here on Wednesday, Sept. 12, after evacuating our home in … more
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