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There’s nothing quite like casting your ballot. Except. maybe casting it twice, or three times... or several times a day for three weeks. But that’s exactly what you can do in the … more
Those who drive along Antioch Church Road about three miles southeast of Roxboro may be surprised to see a roadside sign reading simply “Ai.” Some may wonder if Ai has one of the … more
Whether you’re an aspiring gardener hoping to test your green thumb this spring or a seasoned botanist with years of experience under your gardening belt, the Person County Public Library has … more
“S-H-I-M-M-E-R, Diamond cheer shimmer, here we come to raise the bar!” The cheer echoes through the gymnasium of Southern Middle School, which is filled with bright, morning light and … more
Children love this little Easter story because they recognize the characters from the popular Nick Jr. children’s television series Max and Ruby. Max’s Chocolate Chicken, written and … more
OPEN HOUSE AT LIBRARY The Person County Public Library will hold an Open House on Thursday, March 15, from 4 to 7 p.m. The event will offer an opportunity to learn about the educational and … more
In between the newest releases that are on my must-read list, I’m trying to backtrack and read some former bestsellers that, for one reason or another, I didn’t get to when they were … more
HARDCOVER FICTION The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah (St.Martin’s Press)The Woman in the Window by AJ Finn(William, Morrow & Co.)An American Marriage by Tayari Jones(Algonquin Books)Still Me … more
A year or so ago, a friend emailed a list of “must read” books, and Ron Rash’s The Risen was on top. It took me a while to get around to it, but the wait was well worth it. In fact, … more
Person County Blackwells are known to be hard- working, church-going and community-building folks who love their family and love to fellowship. As one investigates how the Blackwells came to be, … more
As I read through one of my great-grandma Nola’s Bibles and consulted with extended family about our history, it was made clear to me that my family has always had a strong Christian faith. … more
The image is fixed in the minds of most Americans – a man, usually black, hangs from a pole or a tree limb with a rope around his neck. Watching the spectacle, hundreds of onlookers display … more
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