Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: What an outrage! Congresswoman Ilhan Omar and Senator Amy Klobuchar have partnered to nominate Prince, the rock musician who died of an overdose of a fentanyl-related opioid, for … more
To the Editor: Even before Halloween, maybe you’re thinking about your Christmas gift list with news about further supply chain delays. Well, why not give family and friends a local newspaper … more
To the Editor: I want to vent about a bald-faced lie going around and I am tired of hearing it. In April 1861 the Southern States were NOT traitors trying to overthrow the government. The Southern … more
To the Editor: I recently had the opportunity to speak with James Vose about his vision for the future of the town of Pittsboro and I liked what I heard. I believe that Mr. Vose has a good … more
To the Editor: Every day in Chatham county, principals head to work, thinking of one thing: the success of their students. Principals are champions for kids, and work to ensure they have … more
To the Editor: Are you one of three Americans now directly affected by an extreme climate change event? Are you ready to act on solving climate change? In 2019, I joined Citizens Climate Lobby … more
To the Editor: Thank you for the article in last week’s News + Record about the Haw River Trail (“Friends of Lower Haw ask county to invest in Haw River Trail now,” Oct. 7-13 edition). This … more
Most of the collection centers shutting down are in the west end of the county. It is one of the end results of at-large commissioner voting. more
To the Editor: It does run downhill ... and it appears a bit of the swamp water from Washington, D. C., has run down to Pittsboro. I’m referring to the recent decision to close seven of … more
To the Editor: Code Blue! As we witness the raging Caldor wildfires and Hurricane Ida’s lethal destruction, one in three Americans is now affected by climate change. On September 5th, 2021 … more
To the Editor: It was concerning to learn that La Voz de Chatham, a critical resource for the Latinx community, is now accepting support from the nation’s fourth largest poultry producer, … more
To the Editor: Lately there has been a lot said and written about Critical Race Theory being taught in schools. I would like to add my two cents: no, actually it was dollars from my taxes that … more
To the Editor: The legislative redistricting committees are redrawing the maps that will determine if the residents of N.C. will be fairly represented at the state and federal levels for the next … more
To the Editor: Joe Biden has declared that any business with over 100 employees must require COVID vaccinations of its employees, or submit those not vaccinated to weekly COVID tests. Nothing in … more
To the Editor: Edward Watts’ Lessons in the Decline of Democracy from the Ruined Roman Republic chronicles how Rome was decimated by partisan gridlock, political violence and pandering … more
To the Editor: “What can I do?” Anything. The report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) about the future of life on earth if we don’t immediately move away from … more
To the Editor: Thank you to intern Max Baker for his astute analysis of the harms of NCAA conference realignment. Short-term greed for a conference championship football game is destroying the … more
To the Editor: I read John Hood’s article titled, “We all want better schools“ (Viewpoints, July 15-21). I am all for choice, but when charter schools do not offer transportation or school … more
To the Editor: The biggest problem with taxes is our failure to realize what a privilege it is to pay them. Living in the comfort and safety of our democracy is ample reward for filing your 1040. … more
To the Editor: When Pittsboro flushes its big tank to remove 1,4-Dioxane contaminated water, where does the flushed 1,4-Dioxane go? John R. Dykers Jr., MD Siler City Editor’s note: … more
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