Letters to the Editor
18 results total, viewing 1 - 12
To the editor: For the first time ever, there is pending legislation that would strengthen protections statewide for the countless dogs kept chained outdoors 24/7 in all weather extremes, … more
To the editor: Our disabled veterans are grossly undercompensated. Since June of 2009 our disabled veterans, their advocates and their family and friends have contacted Congress and/or various … more
One man's attempts to run for a county commissioner seat ended in a missed deadline and a 911 call. more
Letters to the editor which support or oppose candidates, or from candidates, in the May 17 Primary elections must be in our hands by noon on Thursday, May 5. The last such letters will appear in the … more
To the editor: YES!!!!! Sheriff (Wayne) Coats is right. It takes dedication to be a law enforcement officer. But it also requires more -— like integrity, fidelity, honesty. We live in sad … more
To the editor: When we think about American values, family is at the very core. In some way, we all want to produce a fulfilling and meaningful life for our children. This is why we need to make … more
To the editor: The majority of the Harnett County School Board — Duncan (Eddie) Jaggers, Don Godfrey and Joey Powell — who voted to rescind Harnett County Schools’ mask … more
To the editor: I would like to reach out to The Daily Record in hopes of recognizing that you have an amazing writer who truly cares and loves his job and his community around him. A long … more
To the editor: I strongly support the North Carolina businesses you reported on in your story “Businesses to Lawmakers: Close the Gap” (Aug. 17). They are right that closing the … more
To the editor: Everyone in Dunn needs to go to Angier and see their beautiful downtown. It’s full of pots overflowing with lovely flowers. They have a new section of single tables down … more
To the editor: In reference to the article on June 22, (“$6M payout settles excessive force lawsuit”) the officers are still on duty and no discipline was mentioned. It seems like … more
To the editor: The recent decision by the three new commissioners shows the citizens of this county they can make decisions without knowing all the facts. Previous Boards of Commissioners have … more
1 | 2 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.