Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: The N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources has long wanted a state historic site in Milton, featuring Free Person of Color Business Entrepreneurship. This project would … more
To the editor: In Mike Hughes’ letter on Saturday (“Paying for Coal Ash,” April 20), the company denies it took risks storing ash in unlined pits across North Carolina. Not true. Before the … more
To the editor: You don’t have to look far to see that many in North Carolina – approximately 500,000 – are struggling from an absence of adequate, high quality health insurance. This is why … more
To the editor: Last week’s obituary of Hampton Schoch liberated a flood of fond memories of my early career at Collins & Aikman Corp (C&A). You see, Ham was not only my boss, but my … more
To the editor: As a husband and a father of a daughter, I would like to know why Spectrum is still showing the Bill Cosby show on Channel 76 or the ONE channel I don’t know the exact count, … more
I just read with interest, and amazement, the recent C-T article outlining the Board of County Commissioners’ plan to discuss the possible lease of the Roxboro Country Club golf course from the new … more
To the editor: I would like to thank everyone in Person County and surrounding areas who came to see our recent Hee Haw presentation. Many have said they had fun and laughed throughout the show, … more
To the editor: Next year will mark a century since the infamous lynching of a young African-American man in Person County – the only documented lynching case in the county. The victim, Ed Roach … more
To the editor: July 4th is Independence Day, liberation from England. What does this day mean to us today? For some, it is a day to celebrate with family, to feast on favorite foods, attend a … more
To the editor: We’ve heard all our lives that all eligible voters should vote because our votes count. Well, based on the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on gerrymandering on June 27, 2019, our … more
To the editor: Wow. I would just like to know why it has taken eight months (so far) for the state Department of Transportation to repair or replace a two-lane bridge on Flat River Church Road. … more
I would like to thank the sponsors and Personians who came out to our Roxboro Kiwanis’ 64th annual Pancake Jamboree on Dec. 1. We had a wonderful crowd and thank you for coming out. The money from … more
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