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Alexander H. Jones

OPINION

3 questions after the primary

By Alexander H. Jones
| May 23, 2022

Last week saw one of the livelier primaries North Carolina has held in recent years. But for all the...

Mike Walden

YOU DECIDE

How will the hospitality industry change?

By Mike Walden
| May 23, 2022

The North Carolina hospitality industry, primarily composed of restaurants and hotels, is a multi-bi...

Kimball Shinkoskey

OPINION

Making democracy happen

By Kimball Shinkoskey
| May 23, 2022

Many Americans seem to feel that democracy is a reward that society reaps by enabling free, individu...

Thomas L. Knapp

OPINION

The real meaning of the word ‘prompt’

By Thomas L. Knapp
| May 23, 2022

“Failed gun legislation is the norm,” reads the headline at Axios, “after mass shootings like Buffal...

Albert Thomas Jr.

WEATHERCAST

Cold front to follow scorching weekend

By Al Thomas
| May 21, 2022

Temperatures are forecast to remain well above our historical averages this weekend, but major relie...

DeeAnn Rivera

VICTORY GARDEN GAL

Calamity in the victory garden

By DeeAnn Rivera
| May 22, 2022

According to the Google dictionary volunteer means to freely offer to take part in an enterprise or ...

Jason Himmelright

Residents left in the dark on water woes

By Jason Himmelright
| May 22, 2022

Last week, in Spring Hope, there was a catastrophic, multi-structure, multi-alarm fire at JHRG LLC. ...

John Hood

OPINION

Housing prices reflect changes in work

By John Hood
| May 21, 2022

It was bound to happen. The percentage of adults working from home has fallen significantly from its...

Tom Campbell

OPINION

Election winners: Trump, outside money and rage

By Tom Campbell
| May 19, 2022

Pundits and politicos like to talk about “mainstream” or “Main Street” Republicans, as if they made ...

Josh Stein

COMMENTARY

Scammers target consumers with cryptocurrency scams

By Josh Stein
| May 21, 2022

Scammers are always looking for what’s new and popular to strike the unsuspecting. Cryptocurrency is...

Thomas L. Knapp

OPINION

Suppressing insane ideas doesn’t stop insane conduct

By Thomas L. Knapp
| May 18, 2022

Why did Payton Gendron — allegedly, but he livestreamed it, so it’s not like there’s much doubt — mu...

Albert Thomas Jr.

WEATHERCAST

Warm front boosts storm chances; temps could peak at 98

By Al Thomas
| May 17, 2022

A high pressure ridge promises to bring our area moderate temperatures and low humidity Tuesday and ...

John Hood

OPINION

When Carolinians killed Carolinians

By John Hood
| May 22, 2022

Two hundred and fifty-one years ago this month, two large groups of armed North Carolinians camped a...

D.G. Martin

OPINION

How will NC’s Trump-endorsed candidates fare?

By D.G. Martin
| May 16, 2022

How are we going to use the results of the May 17 primary to measure Donald Trump’s influence over t...

Albert Thomas Jr.

WEATHERCAST

Scattered storms expected through Monday, then sun returns

By Al Thomas
| May 14, 2022

Warm temperatures, lots of humidity and scattered thunderstorms are the top features of our weather ...

Thomas L. Knapp

OPINION

Ukraine war highlights 2 empires in decline

By Thomas L. Knapp
| May 14, 2022

Nearly three months into the war Ukraine, events upended quite a few assumptions by quite a few peop...

Jason Himmelright

Do we really need a border wall?

By Jason Himmelright
| May 15, 2022

The country always seems divided on the topic of a border wall. Usually, but not always, it falls on...

DeeAnn Rivera

VICTORY GARDEN GAL

Winds of change in the victory garden

By DeeAnn Rivera
| May 15, 2022

Spring is in full force with its blustery winds and window rattling storms. Just like most things, t...

OPINION

In school prayer, let the students lead

By Corey Friedman
| May 12, 2022

The religious right will rejoice if the Supreme Court upbraids a public school district for parting ...

Tom Campbell

OPINION

Wise spending, saving can stretch NC’s surplus

By Tom Campbell
| May 12, 2022

When lawmakers return to Raleigh on May 18 for the biennial “short session,” they will be greeted by...


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