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The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Government lays foundation for personal freedom

December 14, 2021

In John Hood’s column, “Generosity and freedom go together” (Dec. 8), his first claim is that small ...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Poems celebrate Christmas season

December 13, 2021

“The Inkeeper” I’m the innkeeper and I do my very best o give all travelers peace and rest. The onl...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Poet shares Christmas verses

December 8, 2021

“The Legend of Gray Beard” Far to the north in the ace and snow, A Legend was born many years ago. ...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Don’t blame Build Back Better for budget bloat

November 24, 2021

I’m tired of hearing from politicians that we can’t afford to spend any money on our people. Many o...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Proposed development would change town’s character

November 22, 2021

We need to preserve the Wake Forest golf course for the health of our watershed and environment. Th...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

Letter to the editor

Child care a barrier to federal aid

November 11, 2021

If the United States does not have free child care and also a work requirement in order for the Chil...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

Letter to the editor

Fund teachers, health care in state budget

November 11, 2021

I am writing to promote an equitable state budget. Medicaid must be expanded to help the working poo...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

Letter to the Editor

Don't allow development at old golf course

November 11, 2021

I would like to clearly say: I love living in Wake Forest! My family and I have been a part of this ...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

Letter to the editor

We need rules to guarantee redistricting is fair

November 11, 2021

We need rules to guarantee redistricting is fair No matter where we live or our background, America...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

Letter to the Editor

America’s conspiracies have gotten out of hand

September 9, 2021

As a lifelong member of the political silent majority, even I have reached the enough-is-enough stag...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

Letter to the editor

Print edition too thin on local sports

September 1, 2021

The Wake Weekly was always my favorite newspaper, so I could read about the local school sports (all...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

Letter to the editor

NC must not be gerrymandered again

September 1, 2021

For years, politicians in Raleigh have shown contempt for transparency and public engagement on issu...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Columnist blind to American rioters

September 1, 2021

While I generally enjoy Jean McCamy’s “Views And Reviews” column for its humor and whimsy, something...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

Letter to the Editor

Newspaper’s top-notch reporting a value to readers

August 5, 2021

I finally got around to reading your issue for July 23 and had my hat blown into the creek by the re...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

Letter to the editor

Owner’s eviction notices avoid simple solution

July 29, 2021

George Mackie, the owner of Wellington Mobile Home Park in Wake Forest, has the right to sell this p...

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

Letter to the editor

Town will inevitably approve unpopular rezoning

July 29, 2021

In this letter, I do not opine on the merits of Mr. Mackie’s desire to sell his land to a developer....

The Wake Weekly 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 editor@wakeweekly.com.

Letter to the Editor

Petition seeks to stop Wake Forest golf course development

July 26, 2021

The Concerned Citizens for the Preservation of Wake Forest Open Space Inc. will host its second Keep...

Immigrants don’t deserve our money

June 30, 2021

Do the math! According to TV on June 25, over 987,000 cross the boarder and were caught. This does n...

Second Amendment protects all types of guns

June 30, 2021

Artist Jean McCamy’s essay “America’s gun problem is certainly not OK” (June 18, 2021) is way off ta...

Preserve, don’t develop, open space

June 9, 2021

Wake Forest is developing too rapidly. It may soon resemble so many other cities that started off qu...


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