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The Johnstonian News welcomes letters to the editor of 350 words or fewer. Letters should be signed with the writer's name and hometown. Include a phone number for verification purposes. Phone numbers are not published. Email your letter to the editor to sbolejack@johnstoniannews.com.

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Outsiders try to sow division in Johnston

September 20, 2021

On Sept. 14, individuals from outside of our community traveled from hours away to attack our local ...

Much ado about nothing

June 29, 2021

It was with a mixture of disbelief and mirth that I read Scott Bolejack’s article about the meeting ...

The Johnstonian News welcomes letters to the editor of 350 words or fewer. Letters should be signed with the writer's name and hometown. Include a phone number for verification purposes. Phone numbers are not published. Email your letter to the editor to sbolejack@johnstoniannews.com.

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It’s time to pay community college faculty, staff more

August 4, 2021

As North Carolina faces an economic crisis amidst a pandemic, our community colleges will be key to ...

January 6, 2021

Health care providers issue plea When we undertook our role as health care providers, we promised to...

Selma deserves better

October 27, 2020

The accolades you heaped on Mayor Cheryl Oliver in the beginning of your editorial remind me of a previous president — clean, articulate, well-spoken. I don’t care how well they dress, how …

Selma says meeting was neither secret, nor closed to public

October 20, 2020

In response to the Sept. 30 Johnstonian News article stating that the Selma Town Council had violated the public meetings law during its August retreat and in response to subsequent editorials, we …

A Trump rally is something to behold

October 20, 2020

If you’ve never been to a Trump rally, and these events might one day be a thing of the past, let me enlighten you: To me, Trump’s patriotic rallies are among his hundreds of achievements, the …

Democrats open door to voter fraud

October 6, 2020

Rewriting election laws in the middle of an election is outrageous and irresponsible, but that is exactly what the State Board of Elections wants to do in North Carolina. After the voter fraud that …

Elections have consequences

October 6, 2020

Why should one care about a rigged election? We know that when an American votes, his or her vote could be canceled by an illegal vote. And for every American vote that is canceled, a job could be …

President Trump is protecting seniors

September 15, 2020

President Trump is keeping his promises to all, especially to seniors. More than any other president in history, the Trump administration keeps seniors first in heart. He sent medical ships. In New …

This is the real Allen Wellons

September 15, 2020

This is the real Allen Wellons

September 15, 2020

For the past several months, we have watched a political ad accusing N.C. Senate candidate Allen Wellons of borrowing state-owned generators to cure tobacco for himself. WRAL investigated and found …

Trump succeeding where Democrats failed

August 4, 2020

Democrats must empower local police and end the destructive riots and looting. Federal agents are available to help, but it is not their primary job to protect local property and citizens. What …

Letters to the Editor

August 10, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges to Johnston County. Perhaps the one that hits home the most is health care or, more importantly, the lack of health care. Having to choose between …

Who is my neighbor during COVID-19?

July 28, 2020

In Matthew 22:37-39, Jesus says, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like …

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