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Ed Mims out, Robert Way in

At December’s board of commissioner’s meeting, Commissioner Georgana Kicinski motioned, with no reas...

What’s past is prologue

With next year’s elections less than a year away, surviving newspapers may want to point out all the...

Algae scrubber will create issues for Southern Granville

The city of Durham intends to purchase 33 acres of land on Will Suitt Road in the Northside communit...

Letters to the Editor

Questions of growth in Granville A person on the local social network wondered why people would want...

Reconsider closure of South Granville High School

I am a mother to a sophomore at South Granville High. We relocated to Creedmoor from Holly Springs i...

Cellphones nothing but a distraction in classrooms

Even if you don’t have children, you have to be dismayed with the plight our schools are facing. Not...

Firefighters applauded for all they do

On July 31, firemen with SBA were checking the gym for gas leaks. They went around until the source ...

We the People celebrate America

July Fourth, we as a nation celebrated our 245th anniversary. The countless generations before us ha...

Creedmoor citizens, please donate to fire department

At the Creedmoor Board of Commissioners meeting, I read the message below, but would like to share i...

SGWASA’s lack of effort suggests subterfuge

If you are a South Granville Water and Sewer Authority customer, you have received a bright orange s...

Old-school politicians need to get the boot

Unless you happen to like expensive water bills, poor water quality and low-performing schools, you ...

School board doesn’t know what it’s doing

The Granville County Board of Education wants you to know “Your Voice Counts.” So, the BOE conducte...

School board stuck in a box

We received several inquiries asking the purpose of the four questions posed to the Granville County...

Sheriff’s switch an attempt to curry favor

A very popular song was produced in 1935 with lyrics by Andy Razaf and music by Thomas “Fats” Waller...

Are Granville public schools a sinking ship?

The Granville County Board of Education is confronted with no easy choices as it seeks to restructur...

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