In reading Sunday's editorial about Google's plan for a taller building, who cares? It can't be any uglier than the buildings already built.
Hillary Clinton's prominence as a presidential candidate is deeply troubling for what it says about America.
I have been searching for 24 years for my daughter. I have reason to believe somebody in your reading audience knows her, or knows of her.
The owner of Fox News, Rupert Murdoch, and his CEO, Roger Ailes, are eager to reward illegal entry into the United States with a “path to citizenship.” Murdoch is especially passionate on this.
While some kids are trying to figure out what to pack for camp, other kids are trying to figure out where they are going to get their next meal. The National Summer Meals Program helps kids get the nourishment they need in the summer. When it works, it’s a lifeline for kids in need.
For thousands of years, people were able to determine the sex of their babies with only a quick glance at its plumbing. However, now it is much more complicated.
As usual, when I write a letter to the editor, I am upset about something! Nothing has changed, I am very upset about some stupid decision that was made concerning the Caldwell County Economic Development Commission.
On this day in 1782, Gen. George Washington, commander of the Continental Army, created The Badge of Merit.
I failed to read Brent Tomberlin’s column “Hanging out at the ‘Young Ladies Club’” on July 23, assuming it concerned some young women who were performing some charitable works in a very dignified manner. One of the “young ladies” visited us the next morning and told us about it.
My grandson likes to walk in a hard rain.
As an adult I moved to the South, and here you could drive a moped (or scooter) that is under 49cc displacement on the road without a license, registration, tags, plates or insurance. Now this capability is just a memory as social do-gooders have dropped the hammer on this freedom.
I wanted to express my gratitude to the county commissioners for allowing the words “IN GOD WE TRUST” to be placed on the two county buildings in Lenoir.
There is no sin at law. It is not a part of our Declaration or Constitution. Our founders were aware how divisive were religious zealots of every stripe.
I was stranded and I didn’t know what I was going to do.
Have we all lost our minds? Based on recent news events, how could anyone think otherwise? Yet, just because politicians or the News Media say something is so, doesn’t make it so.
Perhaps I was insufficiently concrete in making my case in the “hodgepodge of folks” letter. Here, then, is a rock-solid, fact-based prediction about multicultural America’s future.
Five years ago, my husband and I retired to our dream home in North Carolina, a state he’d always loved on his business travels. Now, five years later, I find myself a widow in Kings Creek. I wanted to publicly thank the people who assisted me when he passed.
I disagree with the publisher on her column “U.S. has too many guns already” (published June 28).
As a fellow conservative, I would like to thank Rep. Mark Meadows for voting against a party-line procedural motion on Fast Track.
The reason I am writing y’all is I wrote a letter about the prison and jail being cons and a rip-off. Well shortly after that I was written up for that letter by a staff member who’s bad about harrassing inmates.
In reference to the phone call you received from the woman wishing to know if Lenoir was going to dismantle and remove our “Confederate Statue,” this only goes to show the total ignorance that is coming to the forefront of our life in the South these days.
In reference to the headline in the sports section on June 25 “Mathewson earns POW honors,” I imagine the more than 6,000 veterans in Caldwell County and more than 800,000 in N.C. will take exception to the headline.
For 150 years America’s motto read “e pluribus unum.” The president paraphrased this founding sentiment as “a hodgepodge of folks.” Tom Shuford took exception to what he called the “Elite America’s multicultural ideal,” concluding that the rapid, immigration-riven ... mishmash of cultures and peoples” will not work and the sure losers are “the interests of the White majority.”
The shooter in Charleston, S.C., wanted to start a race war. Let’s show him the love of Jesus as Lenoir and Caldwell County move not divided by race or who is conservative or liberal but let us be in unity telling the world we will not be divided by hatred.