A single mindset — not really “American” in nature — connects and feeds most things harming America. At the same time it overloads society.
In reference to the July 2 front page article on Carolina Cross Connection: I am a 64-year-old disabled lady with COPD, severe back problems and on oxygen 24/7. This fine group of people volunteered their vacation time to stay at Camp Carolwood for a week and come to Gamewell three days and built me a ramp.
Thank you to the Hudson commissioners who gave the proposal of an alcohol referendum in Hudson the "cold shoulder."
Late in the evening of June 24 or early in the morning of June 25, at least two individuals decided that it would be fun to enter a vacant rental home I own on Tywood, in the Lower Creek area of Lenoir, and proceed to throw paint throughout the interior.
Caldwell Friends, a mentoring program, would like to thank all the Blackberry Festival participants who volunteered and were part of our raffle to win a gas grill at the festival.
It is always difficult to lose a loved one. It's like your whole world stops.
On Sunday, July 6, on U.S. 321 around 2:30, my husband, J.D. Pennell, blacked out after getting gas at the Hess station in Granite Falls.
Hallelujah, someone else other than myself has obviously taken a ride through Lenoir and noticed all the delapidated buildings and areas that need cleaning up.
I have to disagree with the editorial you printed July 4 from the Jacksonville paper. The Supreme Court continues its campaign to grant full personhood to for-profit corporations.
Training out of Lenoir Fitness Center for over 35 years, I could tell you a lot about the fitness trails I have run there. But this is about the new, free Zacks Fork Mountain Bike Trail section I just rode Friday, June 27.
The surge of unaccompanied minors from Central America may not have an easy solution, as publisher Terese Almquist contends (June 29). What is easy, however, is discovering links between the chaotic border and President Obama’s decisions.
Having had an extra month to observe the district attorney candidates, I’m not real happy with the public behavior of either. But it’s not all about Jay Gaither vs. David Learner.
The incumbent, Jay Gaither, has worked hard for the Republican Party for almost 20 years and was recognized as the Catawba County Republican of the year.
Bethel AC Church had its Vacation Bible School June 16-20. We want to give Sheriff Alan Jones and Maj. David Anderson a special thanks for taking time to come out two nights and do fingerprints for the kids' passports.
David Learner was identified recently by Caldwell County residents as having participated in and promoted a business that was shut down last year by the North Carolina Department of Justice and the federal government as an illegal pyramid scheme. Learner has since confirmed his involvement in Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing.
I recently passed through your county, and in paying more attention to the curvy hilly road than to my odometer I was caught going 65 miles per hour in a 50 mph zone. While I have no complaint against being ticketed and fined, I would like to express my absolute disbelief over the fees I was charged.
In your column "News has to go digital or go home," I think you need to change that to "Newspapers have to become more relevant or expect a well-deserved death."
Why can't we take a school (WLM) and remodel it for them, make it into a Christian school, with cameras in each room -- kitchen, bathrooms, bedrooms -- instead of struggling to find individual foster homes?
Why is it so important for Republicans that school principals be allowed to fire teachers willy-nilly?
On May 3, David Faulkner of Gamewell received a renewed gift of life. At midnight David was wheeled back into a surgical room to receive a new liver.
On July 15 the voters of Catawba, Burke and Caldwell counties will have the opportunity to vote for and elect their next district attorney. It has been my pleasure to have worked in the judicial system with your present district attorney, Jay Gaither.
I was surprised to get such a bitter response to the article about the Valmead fire siren from Mr. Quinn. I don't know how he got the feeling that we had no respect for the firemen because we questioned the use of an outdated system when there are more modern ways to alert firemen.
What makes a father a father? That is an important question. Most people would say that a father is someone who has children, but that isn't always the case.
Someone is stealing my cats.
Having read the front-page story on "Sirens' use questioned" in Sunday's paper and how it is bothering the Dorions, I would like to say it probably bothers the firefighters as well.