Letters to the Editor
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Hey, Andy. You forgot one: The Big Lie — that the 2020 presidential election was stolen. The lie that “Trumps” all those supposed ones in your list. Robert … more
To the editor: I really have some fond memories of Roxboro when I was a child. My grandparents lived there, and I had some great times visiting with them on weekends and for weeks during the … more
Dear Editor, I am a retired federal employee in Person County writing to raise awareness of the devastating effects of the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) experienced by nearly two million … more
To the editor: My wife Linda and I own land that is optioned to a company, Berea Solar, for development of clean energy. Many people call them “solar farms.” My father bought this … more
To the Editor: We are two of the landowners seeking to be allowed the use of our land as a solar farm. As a real estate broker, I understand and appreciate landowners rights. The person(s) who … more
To the editor: The recent article about Palace Pointe being up for sale was a reality check concerning the facility and its being closed for quite a while. The article focused on the movie … more
To the editor:I was very disappointed with your editorial in the April 22 Courier. While I realize the editorial column is your opinion, it would have been better for you to have been more … more
To the editor:Upon becoming editor of The Courier-Times, Mr. Snow stated that he would revamp the Opinion page, it appears he spoke with a forked tongue. I’m referring to the writer in the … more
To the editor:First, let me begin by offering my sincere apologies to the citizens of Person County for an event that took place at the county commission meeting April 5, 2021 at 7 p.m. I am deeply … more
Dear Mr. Snow,We have read some very harsh words from Mr. Lester (Democrat) and Republicans.When you first started with all of these harsh opinions — at the end not necessarily the opinion of … more
To the editor:I found Mr. Withers’ Conservative Corner in the March 18, 2021 issue of the Courier fascinating. It seems to illustrate how the Republicans and Democrats are in perfect … more
To the editor:One time, when Mark Twain forgot the address of a friend, he wrote on the envelope: “To Mr. C.M. Underhill, who is in the coal business in one of those streets there, and is very … more
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