To borrow a phrase, “Wow, you’ve got to see this place” totally describes our foothills neighbor, the town of Morganton.
I’m writing to say thank you very much to all the men and women who served or are serving in the military and fighting for our freedom.
On July 2, there was an editorial reprinted from the Winston-Salem Journal that talked about how North Carolina should compensate the victims of the sterilization program that took place from 1929-1974. I say no.
It is during this time of the year that Communities In Schools sits back to reflect on the success of the previous school year.
On Tuesday, June 25, the heavy thunderstorm caused damage at my home. A large tree in my front yard fell, and lightning caused damage to my home and security light.
As Wake Forest physicians working at the McCreary Cancer Center in Medical and Radiation Oncology, we urge the women of Caldwell County to take advantage of a wonderful opportunity to get a free mammogram.
Slavery and the ongoing residue from that are awful. Segregation and low-paying jobs are bad. We all agree on those issues, but people like you bring up these historically divisive issues and create polarization where we need to be inclusive.
We need to work on our school system. We need jobs. We need an economic investment incentive. These are some of the things WE need NOW.
A few of Mr. Bacharach’s songs are “The Look of Love,” “This Guy’s in Love with You,” “What the World Needs Now Is Love,” “Walk on By,” “One Less Bell to Answer,” “Close to You” and “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head.”
But the tune and the lyrics that still linger with me are, “What the world needs now is love, sweet love. That’s the only thing that the world has little of.” These words hold true today as they did the day that Burt Bacharach penned them.
To the editor:
I received a letter via email from U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry, R-10th. He first characterized several Faux News issues, then requested my feedback as to which of them were most important to me.
The leader of a country, the CEO of a company and the head of a household set the moral and ethical tone for their respective entities. Sadly we are witnessing the results of Obama’s leadership, or lack thereof, as our country flounders amidst one scandal after another and our role as world leader is but a memory.
The News-Topic has improved markedly. That's good news for readers. The story in the March 21 edition on real estate values was, however, a slip in reliability.