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Life more important than open schools

What is the value of a life? The current pandemic we are all dealing with has brought this question ...

Insurrection supporters should pay political price

The insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 was more than enough for me to know our democracy is ...

County health workers often overlooked

Through our most difficult times we all have much to be thankful for. The past year has been one of ...

Granville health department deserves kudos

I wanted to give thanks to the Granville health department for how it has managed the COVID-19 vacci...

Stay focused this year

In this new year, if you want to change something about yourself, remember that Rome was not built i...

Even after Jan. 6, this is America

During the summer of 1964, Fannie Lou Hamer asked “Is this America?” during the Democratic National ...

Not eager to pay for more development

My last piece printed in the Butner-Creedmoor News, regarding overall growth in the South Granville ...

News report misrepresents fatal crash

It is with sincere anxiety that I write this letter. My son, Jason Jordan Henderson, was killed in ...

Why is South Granville water expensive?

During the week of Jan. 17, a group of South Granville Water and Sewer customers discussed SGWASA is...

Media brings access to local government

One day I saw a T-shirt that said “Defund the media.” Everybody has the right to free speech. We may...

Thankful for this newspaper’s commitment

I really enjoyed the Dec. 31 issue of the Butner-Creedmoor News. I enjoyed reading all of the articl...

20/20 vision not revealed in 2020

John Mayo of Butner gave his opinion on the year 2020 here on Dec. 14 (“20/20 vision revealed in 202...

20/20 vision revealed in 2020

Normally when anyone mentions having 20/20 vision, it reflects an individuals’ ability to see things...

Consider pet adoption to stave off winter blues

America is suffering from a mental health tragedy. Forty percent of Americans — and a whopping 75 pe...

Celebrate Granville’s 275-year anniversary

Granville County will soon be observing its 275th anniversary. Established in 1746, the county we ca...