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In the March 8 online edition of the Winston-Salem Chronicle, reporter Cash Michaels wrote a piece titled, “Butterfield to evangelicals: Trump is not a moral leader” in which he first sought to … more
Kudos to Justin Blackman and the administration at Wilson Prep for participating in a school walkout on Wednesday, March 14. While having assemblies and signing condolence banners might have been … more
Now that we all know what collusion is, I want to make note of what must be more collusion then ever existed in political campaigns. Have you ridden on Forest Hills Road from Ward Boulevard to … more
As I watched the news tonight and learning of all the bad things that have recently happened near and far made what happened to me today even more important. In the grocery store, I allowed some to … more
I am extremely pleased we have a candidate to possibly run against Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield. I assure you I will sign the ballot access petition to put Ken Fontenot on the ballot. I encourage … more
On March 21, a public hearing will be held to decide the fate of three Confederate monuments currently at state Capitol grounds that could be moved to a Civil War battlefield. This is an opportunity … more
Au contraire, conservatives, numbers and facts don’t lie. However, they can be used to mislead, misdirect and confuse and often are the tactics employed by conservative pundits promoting false and … more
Re: “Don’t saddle teachers with armed security duties,” by Dave Dolman: Your being a professor for more than 30 years, I am a little taken aback that you are criticizing something you … more
I have taught school for seven years prior to becoming a chemist at Firestone (now Bridgestone-Firestone Inc.). If I were now teaching school, I would resign as soon as teachers were permitted to … more
Since we are in between basketball tournaments for the moment, I want to take this time to remind you of the upcoming food drive on Thursday, March 22 at the Brentwood Shopping Center from 8 a.m. to … more
On a cold and windy night, Robert Finley returned to the Boykin Center stage March 2 with his own unique style of music backed by a five-piece band of talented musicians in a concert that was … more
There is a substance that binds everyone regardless of race, creed, place of national origin and religious or political affiliation. If you are in need and it is offered, you will not question its … more
Many thanks to the First Presbyterian Church for having such a wonderful concert presented by the Presbyterian College choir, bell-ringers and chamber orchestra. I felt so privileged to witness these … more
What freedom means to me is that you have the privilege or the permission to do something or wear something. I now have so much respect for people in the the past who had to go through miserable … more
Cultural changes in the United States over the last 50 years indicates that gun control is not the answer. The mass shootings in the United States are a result of the culture changes made since the … more
Re: “Arming teachers will trigger fear,” by Tremayne B. Smith, Monday: Tremayne Smith starts off by telling us he speaks from experience because he’s an African-American and a former … more
I have recently celebrated my 50th anniversary of nursing. It has been a wonderful journey. The purpose of this letter is to thank all those who made it possible. My career has always been in a … more
Paul Revere, in his “big ride,” according to the storyline, had considerations. Tories covertly loyal to the UK. Revolters like himself. Neighbors not active in revolutionary causes. Outright … more
I went to Woodard, Coon and Fike schools. My children went to Wells, Elvie, Coon and Fike. My grandchildren have been to Wells and Elm City Elementary. I have volunteered at Margaret Hearne for more … more
NRA head Wayne LaPierre is seriously unhinged and fomenting civil war, this time over the Second Amendment. The following is an excerpt from his 45-minute diatribe to conservatives and … more
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